5/14/2012 | Rays' Jennings on DL with left knee sprain
Rays outfielder Desmond Jennings, who suffered a left knee sprain May 6 against the A's, has been placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Saturday.
5/14/2012 | Reimold may need second epidural injection
Outfielder Nolan Reimold is not progressing the way the Orioles had hoped, and while Reimold -- who is on the disabled list with a herniated disc -- was scheduled to be examined by a team physician on Monday, manager Buck Showalter wasn't overly optimistic in his assessment.
5/14/2012 | Dirks' hamstring issue improving for Tigers
Manager Jim Leyland said Monday the Tigers are "almost home free" from the hamstring issue that has recently hindered outfielder Andy Dirks.
5/14/2012 | Cubs slugger LaHair keeps hammering away
Bryan LaHair, one of the early-season surprises in the National League, prefers to concentrate on the Cubs' win column instead of his stellar numbers.
5/14/2012 | Mills waiting to announce Astros starter
Brad Mills sat behind the visiting manager's desk at Citizens Bank Park before Monday night's game and shrugged his shoulders. When it comes to Tuesday's starter in an afternoon tilt against the Phillies, there remain too many variables to announce a starter and, for now, everyone is in a holding pattern.
5/14/2012 | Indians summon Accardo, designate Wheeler
The Indians announced Monday they have purchased the contract of right-hander Jeremy Accardo from Triple-A Columbus and designated right-hander Dan Wheeler for assignment.
5/14/2012 | Choo assumes leadoff spot in Indians' order
Indians manager Manny Acta put Shin-Soo Choo in the leadoff spot on Monday for the series opener against the Twins, due to Choo's .360 on-base percentage.
5/14/2012 | Kemp to DL
The Dodgers put star ironman outfielder Matt Kemp on the 15-day DL with a strained left hamstring after Monday night's game and recalled outfielder Jerry Sands from Triple-A Albuquerque.
5/14/2012 | New bat in hand, Hamilton aims to stay hot
After Josh Hamilton hit .467 with nine home runs and 18 RBIs over his last seven games, it came as little surprise that he was named AL Player of the Week on Monday. The bat that Hamilton used to hit all but one of the nine home runs he had last week has been sent to the Hall of Fame. It cracked in his final at-bat Sunday night.
5/14/2012 | Morneau progressing with live batting session
Justin Morneau took a big step in his rehab process with his sore left wrist, as he took live batting for the first time in nearly two weeks on Monday at Target Field.
5/14/2012 | Sandoval set to get stitches out of hand
Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval was due to have stitches removed from his surgically repaired left hand Monday.
5/14/2012 | Reliever Crain returns to Chicago after rehab outings
Reliever Jesse Crain was in the White Sox clubhouse Monday after two scoreless Minor League rehab outings over the weekend with Triple-A Charlotte. He was activated from the disabled list on Tuesday.
5/14/2012 | Lester turns in vintage performance vs. Mariners
When the night started and the baseball kept exploding out of Jon Lester's hand and seemingly into the exact spot where catcher Kelly Shoppach was putting his target, the possibilities seemed endless. Perfect game? No-hitter? Complete-game shutout? By the time Monday night's contest ended, Lester merely settled for a satisfying complete-game 6-1 victory over the Mariners.
5/14/2012 | Blanton delivers another fine outing in win
Joe Blanton pitched a great game in Monday's 5-1 victory over the Houston Astros at Citizens Bank Park. In addition to his strong outing, Placido Polanco collected his 2,000th career hit on a two-run homer.
5/14/2012 | Bucs' Lincoln contains Marlins to win first start of '12
An Opening Day starter is usually tough to replace, but Brad Lincoln did a good job filling in for Erik Bedard against the Marlins on Monday.
5/14/2012 | After Harper's first HR, Desmond seals win
Ian Desmond's two-run double and Bryce Harper's first Major League homer helped the Nationals defeat the Padres, 8-5, at Nationals Park on Monday night.
5/14/2012 | Angels place Hunter on restricted list
The Angels placed right fielder Torii Hunter on the restricted list Monday to deal with what the club deemed a "personal matter."
5/14/2012 | Lambert gives performance at MLB Fan Cave
Adam Lambert's new album, "Trespassing," drops on Tuesday, and the "glambassador" of pop appeared on the eve of its release to perform seven songs with his band during the MLB Fan Cave Concert Series.
5/14/2012 | Braves' Freeman exits game with blurred vision
Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman left Monday's 3-1 loss to the Reds after the seventh inning with blurred vision in his right eye. Manager Fredi Gonzalez said Freeman was to meet with the team's eye doctor after the game.
5/14/2012 | Inge remains sidelined as A's play it safe
A previously depleted A's bench gained in number for Monday's three-game series opener in Anaheim, but Brandon Inge remained one of the few sidelined, as he continues to battle right groin tightness.
5/14/2012 | Upton determined to play through struggles
Justin Upton entered play Monday with a .225 batting average and manager Kirk Gibson was asked before the game if he was close to giving Upton a mental day off.
5/14/2012 | Trumbo's value to Angels magnified sans Torii
It's situations like these -- with Torii Hunter on the restricted list to handle a personal matter, and the team unsure of his return date -- when Mark Trumbo's value to the Angels only grows.
5/14/2012 | Hosmer moved to No. 2 hole by Royals
Slugger Eric Hosmer isn't a typical No. 2 batter, but with his average at .180 entering Monday, manager Ned Yost decided to try something. So for Monday night's game against Texas, he put Hosmer second behind leadoff batter Jarrod Dyson for the first time this season.
5/14/2012 | Rockies start Colvin as Fowler given more rest
The Colorado cleanup spot was once again occupied by Troy Tulowitzki on Monday, a day after he was dropped down to the No. 5 hole in the order. Manager Jim Tracy also kept Tyler Colvin's hot bat in the lineup as the starting center fielder, electing to keep Dexter Fowler on the bench as he recovers from a head injury he suffered after being hit by a throw Sunday.
5/14/2012 | Phillies' Polanco reaches 2,000 hits with homer
Placido Polanco notched his 2,000th career hit in memorable fashion on Monday night. He hit a two-run homer in front of the home fans en route to the Phillies' 5-1 victory over the Astros.
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