1. Al Kaline Says Tigers Slugger Miguel Cabrera Will Be Just Fine

    Detroit — Among those not worried about the way Miguel Cabrera hit for the first 16 games season was Al Kaline.....

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  2. Tigers' Max Scherzer on Cover of This Week's Sports Illustrated

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  3. Tommy Milone Pitching for Rotation Life

    The A's took a big hit when two of their five starting pitchers went down to injury. When the team announced Jarrod Parker was going to have Tommy John surgery and miss the entire season and A...

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  4. Melvin No Fan of Imposing Replay Time Limit

    OAKLAND – Much has been made about the lengthy delays that have come with instant replay review, but A's manager Bob Melvin isn't so sure a time limit should be placed on reviews...

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  5. Red Sox to call up right-hander Alex Wilson, option Daniel Nava

    An industry source confirmed a report by WEEI's Lou Merloni that, with the Red Sox pitching staff taxed by a combined 11 innings of work on Monday and Tuesday, the team will call ...

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  6. Oscar Taveras Changes Agencies

    Cardinals prospect Oscar Taveras has changed agencies yet again, according to a report from Jesse Sanchez of MLB .com (via Twitter). Taveras will now be represented by Dan Lozano and Brian Mejia of MVP Sports Group...

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  7. Athletics Claim Andy Parrino

    The Athletics announced, via Twitter, that they've claimed infielder Andy Parrino off waivers from the Rangers and assigned him to Triple-A Sacramento...

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  8. Jon Jay Is Making the Most of His Early Opportunities

    When the Cardinals traded David Freese (and Fernando Salas) for Peter Bourjos (and Randal Grichuk) in the offseason, most people believed the move signified the beginning of the end for Jon Jay's tenure as the team's starting center fielder...

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  9. Angels' Albert Pujols Hits 500th Career Home Run

    Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols hit two home runs Tuesday against the Washington Nationals , the 499th and 500th of his career...

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  10. Taveras 'Day to Day' After Rolling Left Ankle

    NEW YORK • Oscar Taveras' first start of the season in center field for Class AAA Memphis ended when he got to first base in the seventh inning Monday night.....

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  11. Freeman Battling Some Eye Dryness

    When you're Freddie Freeman these days and you go hitless on back-to-back days, it's a curiosity. Freeman conceded Wednesday morning he's had some problems lately with dryness in his eyes...

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  12. Posey, Pagan Sitting in Series Finale vs. Rockies

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  13. Top Young Pitchers Perez, Gray Set to Square off

    OAKLAND -- Two of the top young pitchers in baseball -- both currently undefeated -- will face off in a Wednesday matinee at the O.co Coliseum when left-hander Martin Perez pitches for the Rangers against right-hander Sonny Gray for the Athletics ...

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  14. Texas Rangers Minor League Standouts

    This article could really cover last nights game in Oakland , since the Texas Rangers had Josh Wilson at third, Luis Sardinas at second, Michael Choice in the outfield, Robinson Chirinos catching and Nick Martinez pitching...

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  15. Choo out with Ankle Sprain, but Rangers Optimistic About Timetable

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  16. Wrigley Field Gets 400-Pound Cake to Celebrate 100th Birthday

    The great Wrigley Field turned 100 years old on Wednesday, so why not celebrate with a massive cake? The cake, which was made by baker Buddy Valastro of the TLC show Cake Boss , is 400 pounds and took four people six days to make...

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  17. Hisashi Iwakuma Nearing Return to the Mariners

    Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma was expected to begin a minor-league rehab assignment this week as he comes back from a spring training finger injury, but instead the team had him throw a 58-pitch simulated game yesterday...

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  18. Mariners Minor League Report, April 22

    Quick note: DJ Peterson, the Mariners ' top pick from last year's draft, was lifted in the third inning of last night's game for Class A High Desert...

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  19. Kyle Seager: Time for a Trip to Tacoma?

    The Seattle Mariners are on a losing streak. It's not much fun to watch, but that's the nature of baseball. We're seeing rookies make rookie mistakes, a pitching rotation stifled by injuries, and a batting lineup as cold as ice...

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  20. Franklin Getting 1st Career OF Start Today

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  21. Predicting in-Season Trades Atlanta Braves Will Need to Make

    The Atlanta Braves (13-7) look poised for another playoff run as they once again sit atop the National League East Division. Obviously, a lot can change over the course of 162 games, but the Braves have key parts to make another playoff run...

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  22. Tigers Look to Continue Breakout Behind Smyly

    Drew Smyly's first start of the season did not go according to plan Friday, when he allowed four runs in three innings against the Angels ...

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  23. Eaton Wearing Brace, Return Uncertain

    DETROIT -- In testing his sore left knee on Tuesday, White Sox leadoff man and center fielder Adam Eaton was given a slightly different diagnosis than the original mild strain in ...

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  24. Yankees' 5 Minor Leaguers Who Will See Time in the Majors This Year

    With so many superstars and such a high payroll, minor league prospects often get overlooked on a team like the New York Yankees ...

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  25. Vargas-Masterson a Matchup of Efficient Hurlers

    Left-hander Jason Vargas, in his four starts for the Royals , has been the model of efficiency. He's thrown at least seven innings in each outing and his 1.24 ERA was third in the American League ...

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