5/3/2012 | Angels bolster bullpen by trading for Frieri
The Angels took a step in hopes of beefing up their bullpen on Thursday, sending Minor Leaguers Alexi Amarista and Donn Roach to the Padres for right-hander Ernesto Frieri.
5/3/2012 | Santos eyes return to Blue Jays within two weeks
Sergio Santos is expected to resume throwing on Tuesday and remains optimistic that he will be back in action within the next two to three weeks.
5/3/2012 | A day later, Weaver still reveling in no-no glory
More than 15 hours had passed since Jered Weaver etched his name in the record books with Wednesday night's no-hitter, but the Angels' ace still hadn't come down from that high.
5/3/2012 | Scioscia showing confidence in Trumbo at third
As the season goes on, it seems, Angels manager Mike Scioscia gains more confidence in Mark Trumbo at third base.
5/3/2012 | Stan Musial's wife, Lillian, dies at 91
Lillian Musial, the wife of St. Louis Cardinals legend Stan Musial, passed away on Thursday at the age of 91, the team announced.
5/3/2012 | Mets hope to shut down D-backs' speed game
Right-hander Dillon Gee will get the ball for the Mets when they open a three-game series at home against Arizona on Friday. The D-backs will counter with southpaw Wade Miley.
5/3/2012 | Astros set to welcome new-look Cardinals
Right-hander Lucas Harrell will open the Astros three-game home set against the World Series champion Cardinals on Friday. St. Louis will counter with righty Kyle Lohse, who has had a strong start to the 2012 campaign.
5/3/2012 | After memorable Game 162, Sox, O's meet again
The last time the Red Sox saw the Orioles, Boston players were walking off the field at Camden Yards in a daze after cementing one of the worst regular-season collapses in baseball history. On Friday, the Red Sox look to begin erasing that memory as they welcome the O's to Fenway Park for the first time in 2012.
5/3/2012 | Strasburg eyes continued success against Phils
On Friday, Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg will begin his quest for a just-as-dominant May when the Nationals welcome the Phillies and right-hander Kyle Kendrick in the series opener.
5/3/2012 | Minus Gardenhire, Twins to take on Mariners
The Twins' Carl Pavano starts opposite the Mariners' Jason Vargas when the teams begin a weekend series in Seattle on Friday night, minus Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire.
5/3/2012 | Cy Young winners to clash in San Francisco
It's only fitting that two former Cy Young winners will kick off a series of three top-notch pitching duels between the Giants and Brewers this weekend.
5/3/2012 | Hudson continues comeback vs. walk-off Rox
Tim Hudson and Guillermo Moscoso will make their second starts of the season Friday. While Hudson will be looking for more of the same at Coors Field, Moscoso is hoping for anything but a repeat performance.
5/3/2012 | Ross seeking better results vs. red-hot Rays
With a win on Friday against the Rays, the Athletics will move over the .500 mark for the first time since May 18, 2011. But in order to do so, they'll need a much better performance from starter Tyson Ross than he gave in his previous outing.
5/3/2012 | Marlins to oppose Padres' rapidly improving Bass
Starting has so far agreed with Anthony Bass. The second-year right-hander, moved into the Padres rotation in early April for the injured Tim Stauffer and Dustin Moseley, has acclimated to his new role with few -- if any -- bumps.
5/3/2012 | Rebounding starters take center stage at Wrigley
After posting a 7.10 ERA over nine outings dating back to last July, Paul Maholm started a new streak in his last start, one he will look to continue Friday as the Cubs welcome the Dodgers to Wrigley Field. Dodgers right-hander Chad Billingsley will be looking to continue his rebound as well.
5/3/2012 | Reds, Bucs clash looking to gain momentum
Cincinnati and Pittsburgh will stare across the field at a mirror-image opponent this weekend, as both National League Central rivals attempt to gain some momentum and break back to a winning record. Reds righty Johnny Cueto will oppose Pirates righty Kevin Correia in Friday's opener.
5/2/2012 | Will retire La Russa's number
Tony La Russa, who led the Cards to two World Series titles, three NL pennants and eight division titles, will be honored before the May 11 game vs. the Braves.
5/2/2012 | Lawrie's walk-off HR leads Jays past Rangers
Brett Lawrie hit a walk-off homer after Francisco Cordero blew his second save of the season in the top half of the ninth, helping the Blue Jays beat the Rangers, 8-7, in dramatic fashion Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.
5/2/2012 | Parker cools off Sox for first big league victory
The conditions were cold, his opponents rather hot, but neither extreme seemed to affect Jarrod Parker in the least bit Tuesday. Nothing was going to stop the right-hander from picking up his first Major League victory, as a composed Parker did with ease in a memorable 5-3 win against the Red Sox at a misty Fenway Park to help the A's snap a three-game losing streak.
5/2/2012 | Cards batter Bucs
Having received no run support in four April starts, Adam Wainwright was the beneficiary of the Cardinals' battering of the Pirates in Tuesday's series opener. With David Freese providing the knock that opened the floodgates, St. Louis pounced on Charlie Morton in the fifth and piled on from there in a 10-7 win.
5/2/2012 | Backed by homers, Astros' Happ handles Mets
Provided an early lift on home runs by Jed Lowrie and Chris Snyder, J.A. Happ was able to preserve the lead, leading the Astros to their second consecutive win, 6-3, over the Mets on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park.
5/2/2012 | Beckham's three hits pace White Sox attack
Gordon Beckham enjoyed a breakout performance at the plate, collecting three hits and his first home run, as left-hander Chris Sale and the White Sox earned a 7-2 victory over the Indians at a wet U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago on Tuesday.
5/2/2012 | Dodgers hold on to secure win for Lilly
The Guggenheim Era of Los Angeles baseball began with an immediate return on investment Tuesday night, as the Dodgers held on for a 7-6 win over the Rockies.
5/2/2012 | Angels' Williams throws first shutout in nine years
Jerome Williams threw his first shutout in nine years, three-hitting the Twins in a 4-0 Angels win on Tuesday night.
5/2/2012 | Nolasco stays charmed in San Francisco
Ricky Nolasco allowed one run in 7 1/3 innings Tuesday, while Giancarlo Stanton belted a home run that proved the difference in the Marlins' 2-1 win over the Giants at AT&T Park.
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