8/29/2012 | Tigers hope Sanchez can help even score with KC
The Tigers will be counting on right-hander Anibal Sanchez to follow up his strong start last time out as they look to even the series against Bruce Chen and the Royals on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium.
8/29/2012 | Hanson takes mound in home away from home: Petco
Tommy Hanson starts for the Braves opposite Eric Stults of the Padres as the teams complete a three-game series on Wednesday afternoon in San Diego.
8/29/2012 | On a roll, Giants look to handle scuffling Astros
Following a wild 3-2 win by the Giants on Tuesday, they continue their three-game series against the Astros on Wednesday night, with left-handers Barry Zito and Dallas Keuchel taking the mound at Minute Maid Park.
8/29/2012 | Wilson looks to get back on track vs. Red Sox
Angels lefty C.J. Wilson looks to bounce back from two of his roughest starts of the season, while the Boston turns to Zach Stewart, acquired in the Kevin Youkilis trade, for his Red Sox debut.
8/29/2012 | Reds look to sweep D-backs behind Latos
Mat Latos will look to continue to his strong recovery from early season woes as the Reds go after a series sweep against Patrick Corbin and the D-backs on Wednesday in Phoenix.
8/29/2012 | After the plunk, hitters must perservere
Batters approach home plate at their own peril. Pitchers can lose command at any instant and hitters can't afford to dig their spikes into the batter's box and anticipate chin music.
8/29/2012 | MLB Notebook: Cueto making bid for NL Cy Young
In the Reds' 5-2 win over the D-backs on Tuesday, Cincinnati starter Johnny Cueto picked up his NL-leading 17th win to go along with his NL-best 2.48 ERA.
8/29/2012 | Hamels scratched with illness; Cloyd to debut
Cole Hamels is sick, so Tyler Cloyd will make his big league debut on Wednesday night against the New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park.
8/29/2012 | Ringolsby: Patience needed for Dodgers to hit groove
For those folks who are acting like the Dodgers' recent swoon is anything more than a blip on the radar screen, here's some advice: Relax. Take a deep breath.
8/29/2012 | Elbow pain forces Dodgers lefty Elbert to DL
Dodgers left-handed reliever Scott Elbert was placed on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday with persistent elbow pain that likely will require offseason arthroscopic surgery.
8/29/2012 | Pettitte's next step is throwing off pitcher's mound
Andy Pettitte said his fractured left ankle felt good Wednesday, a day after he threw three sessions of 20 pitches off flat ground while going into his normal windup for the last 10 or 12 tosses.
8/29/2012 | New Padres owners take over
The sale of the San Diego franchise from John Moores to the ownership group comprised of the Seidler/O'Malley families and Ron Fowler was completed Wednesday for $800 million.
8/29/2012 | Cashman not surprised by Melky, Colon news
Brian Cashman said Tuesday during a radio interview that he was not surprised that former Yankees Melky Cabrera and Bartolo Colon tested positive for increased levels of testosterone.
8/29/2012 | AFL rosters loaded with variety of top prospects
The Arizona Fall League will be commemorating its 20th anniversary thoughout this fall's campaign, and once again, the elite finishing school for prospects has assembled an impressive collection of Minor League talent to celebrate in style.
8/29/2012 | After hitting wall, Kemp 'lucky' injuries aren't worse
It wasn't funny when Matt Kemp crashed face-first into the center-field fence at Coors Field on Tuesday night, but he was able to laugh about it Wednesday after CT scans and MRIs revealed a bone bruise to his left knee, but no fractured jaw.
8/29/2012 | Parmelee recalled from Triple-A, Gray outrighted
The Twins recalled first baseman Chris Parmelee from Triple-A Rochester on Wednesday and outrighted right-handed reliever Jeff Gray to make room for him on the 25-man roster.
8/29/2012 | Phils' Worley set for season-ending elbow surgery
Phillies right-hander Vance Worley, who was placed on the disabled list Wednesday, is expected to undergo season-ending elbow surgery within the next 10 days.
8/29/2012 | Reds prospect Hamilton unlikely to be called up
When September callups are summoned to the Reds in the coming days, there's a good chance that top prospect Billy Hamilton will not be among them.
8/29/2012 | Tribe recalls Gomez for bullpen help
On Wednesday, Cleveland recalled Jeanmar Gomez from Triple-A Columbus and placed the right-hander in the bullpen. Gomez has been working as a starter all season, but the Indians' current need is as many long-relief options as possible.
8/29/2012 | Escobar's big day sends Happ to win over Yanks
Yunel Escobar homered and recorded three doubles and five RBIs to lead the Blue Jays to their first series win since late July with an 8-5 victory over the Yankees on Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
8/29/2012 | Yadier says collision at plate was 'clean play'
Yadier Molina, who was knocked out of Tuesday's game after being run over at the plate by the Pirates' Josh Harrison, said Wednesday it was a "clean play," and he hopes to return this weekend.
8/29/2012 | MLB tabs Target Field for '14 All-Star Game
MLB announced on Wednesday that the Twins will the host the Midsummer Classic on July 15, 2014, at Target Field. Commissioner Bud Selig, along with Twins owner Jim Pohlad and Twins president Dave St. Peter, made the announcement.
8/29/2012 | Shore leave: Snooki as Mets broadcaster is a reality
Reality TV star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi joined MLB.com's Jeremy Brisiel to call an inning from the broadcast booth at the Mets' home ballpark.
8/29/2012 | Cubs tab Hyde as player development director
On Wednesday, the Cubs promoted Brandon Hyde from Minor League field coordinator to be their director of player development, replacing Oneri Fleita, who was dismissed earlier this month.
8/29/2012 | Andruw tweaks fingers trying to make diving grab
Andruw Jones had his left hand wrapped with ice after the Yankees' 8-5 loss to the Blue Jays on Wednesday, but does not expect that the injury will cost him any time.
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