4/20/2012 | Rox' Guthrie makes pitch for conservation
Rockies right-hander Jeremy Guthrie has not been shy about using his visibility to promote conservation and protecting the environment. It's a fitting coincidence that Guthrie's next start will be at Milwaukee on Sunday -- Earth Day 2012.
4/20/2012 | Johnson to vary left fielders in Morse's absence
Nationals manager Davey Johnson acknowledged on Friday afternoon that he was "wishy washy" when it comes to the left-field situation, meaning he didn't have a set plan at the position.
4/20/2012 | Tigers-Rangers postponed; twin bill Saturday
The Tigers will have to wait a day to resume their American League Championship Series rematch with the Rangers. A line of showers passing through Michigan slowed over Detroit on Friday night, washing out the second game of this four-game set.
4/20/2012 | Schumaker exits after crashing into wall
Cardinals outfielder Skip Schumaker left Friday's game after crashing into the center-field-wall in the bottom of the first inning against the Pirates.
4/20/2012 | Infante won't be in starting lineup this weekend
Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen said that second baseman Omar Infante's mild left groin strain will keep him out of the starting lineup throughout this weekend's series with the Nationals.
4/20/2012 | Dickey, past knuckleballers celebrate new film
Not unexpectedly, R.A. Dickey found the movie "Knuckleball" gripping. The film will have a free premiere Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival in advance of a national release this summer.
4/20/2012 | MLB, union agree to restrict contract clauses
Major League Baseball and the Players Association have come to an agreement that the 30 teams will no longer be able to offer personal service contracts or special milestone bonus clauses in future player contracts, MLB's top labor official said on Friday.
4/20/2012 | Brewers' Narveson placed on DL
Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson faces the prospect of season-ending surgery for a torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder, but wants a second opinion before succumbing to the knife.
4/20/2012 | Bauman: Memories set Fenway apart
There aren't many places where a trip to a sporting event takes on aspects of a religious pilgrimage, but a 100-year-old ballpark in Boston still supplies that experience.
4/20/2012 | Jay feeling better, likely to avoid DL stint
On Friday, outfielder Jon Jay reported his sprained right shoulder to be feeling "better than expected" one day after jamming it against the outfield wall during the Cardinals' 6-3 loss to the Reds the previous day.
4/20/2012 | Rays' Farnsworth feeling better
Kyle Farnsworth (right elbow strain) stood by his locker before Friday night's game and said things were going "good" and "a lot better."
4/20/2012 | Mattingly gives struggling Gordon day off
Dodgers shortstop Dee Gordon was not in the starting lineup for Friday night's game at Houston. Justin Sellers started at shortstop in place of Gordon and batted leadoff.
4/20/2012 | Harrison, Rangers postponed until Saturday
The Rangers' game with the Tigers on Friday night was postponed by rain, and the two teams will play a day-night doubleheader on Saturday at Comerica Park.
4/20/2012 | Fister improves, but unlikely to return until May
It's not much, but manager Jim Leyland had some good news to offer Friday about injured starter Doug Fister.
4/20/2012 | Burnett set for another rehab start Saturday
Right-hander A.J. Burnett, on the 15-day disabled list, is scheduled to make a fourth rehab start on Saturday with Double-A Altoona.
4/20/2012 | Cain almost ready for rehab assignment
Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain, out since April 11 with a left groin strain, is about ready to go on an injury rehabilitation assignment to the Minors.
4/20/2012 | Red Sox honor 100-year-old fan
For a Red Sox fan just out of high school, there couldn't have been a better summer job. John Donnelly is 100 years old now. But back in the 1930s, he was thrilled to become a candy vendor at Fenway Park.
4/20/2012 | D-backs' Upton not ready to test thumb
D-backs outfielder Justin Upton knows his injured left thumb is getting better, but he isn't ready to test it yet.
4/20/2012 | Jays' McGowan still a ways away from return
According to manager John Farrell, it's going to be a while until Blue Jays pitcher Dustin McGowan is back to full strength.
4/20/2012 | Giants' pitching stability a reflection of Righetti
Before any other aspect of Dave Righetti's extended tenure as pitching coach of the San Francisco Giants can be discussed or evaluated, a few names need be mentioned.
4/20/2012 | Castrovince: April gap means something for Rangers
Facts are facts, and the fact that the Rangers awoke Friday with a seven-game lead on the last-place Angels is not insignificant, even at this primitive point in the season schedule.
4/20/2012 | Detwiler, bullpen master Marlins in series opener
Left-hander Ross Detwiler was outstanding for Washington on Friday, going six shutout innings, allowing three hits, striking out a season-high seven batters and walking one as the Nationals blanked the Marlins, 2-0.
4/20/2012 | Bourn's delayed entrance a laughing matter
Braves center fielder Michael Bourn provided the comic relief Thursday when he delayed the game in the bottom of the fourth inning against the D-backs because he was in the bathroom.
4/20/2012 | Lynn wins third straight as Cards top Bucs
Right-hander Lance Lynn picked up his third straight win and Carlos Beltran knocked in the decisive run for the Cardinals in Friday's 4-1 win at PNC Park.
4/20/2012 | Red Sox, Yankees transport back in time
Aside from the obvious loss in the game for the Red Sox, the day couldn't have been any more of a smash for either team.
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