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4/10/2013 | Giants' organization loaded with young talent
The World Baseball Classic didn't just provide a worldwide stage for the National Pastime. It also provided a showcase for many of the Giants' leading prospects. Of's Top 20 prospects within the San Francisco organization, 11 were in big league camp because eight Giants were participating in the Classic.

4/10/2013 | Pollock's career day lifts D-backs over Bucs
The D-backs got a pair of home runs from rookie A.J. Pollock as they avoided a sweep by beating the Pirates, 10-2, on Wednesday afternoon at Chase Field.

4/10/2013 | Sizemore tears knee ligament again, out for season
Having already missed all of 2012 while rehabbing his surgically repaired left knee, A's second baseman Scott Sizemore again has torn the same ACL and will be sidelined for the remainder of the season.

4/10/2013 | Rain, cold postpone Brewers-Cubs finale
Wednesday evening's game between the Cubs and visiting Brewers at Wrigley Field was postponed because of inclement weather heading for the Chicago area. It will be made up on July 30, at 1:20 p.m. CT, as part of a day-night doubleheader.

4/10/2013 | Study: Decline in African-American players overstated
Fewer African-Americans are playing in Major League Baseball today than two decades ago. The percentage was 8.5 percent on this season's Opening Day rosters. New data, though, demonstrates that the decline in African-America players, while steep, isn't as precipitous as widely believed.

4/10/2013 | Effectively wild, Moore leads shutout of Texas
Matt Moore yielded just one hit over five-plus frames, and the 'pen did the rest as the Rays topped Texas, 2-0, on Wednesday afternoon in the finale of a three game set.

4/10/2013 | Valverde throws in Florida to begin comeback effort
Jose Valverde's road toward a potential return to the Tigers' bullpen officially began Wednesday with a bullpen session on the fields at the Tigertown complex in Lakeland, Fla.

4/10/2013 | Westbrook cruises behind four Cards homers
Jon Jay, Carlos Beltran, Matt Adams and Matt Carpenter all went deep to back a shutout gem by Jake Westbrook in the rubber game, leading to a 10-0 Cardinals victory.

4/10/2013 | Finger 'doing well,' Darvish ready for start
Having placed Matt Harrison on the disabled list early in the day Wednesday, the Rangers needed some good news regarding their pitching rotation, and Yu Darvish delivered it with a smile.

4/10/2013 | Indians option Carrasco, call up Kluber
The Indians continued their rotation shuffling on Wednesday, promoting right-hander Corey Kluber from Triple-A Columbus to start against the Yankees.

4/10/2013 | Montero apologizes to McCarthy for shaky outing
D-backs catcher Miguel Montero approached pitcher Brandon McCarthy in the trainer's room after Tuesday's game and apologized for the pitches he signaled early in Arizona's loss to the Pirates.

4/10/2013 | Hill sits after getting hit by pitch
Aaron Hill was out of the starting lineup one day after being struck on the top of his left hand by a James McDonald pitch. Josh Wilson got the start in Hill's place.

4/10/2013 | Bring MLB Network talent to a yard near you
Fans can vote now to send DIY's "Yard Crashers," which will include members of MLB Network, to one of nine big league towns this summer for a Pinterest campaign called "Pin Your Turf, We'll Crash Your City!"

4/10/2013 | Zito, Posey drive Giants to sweep in blowout victory
Buster Posey went 3-for-5 with three RBIs and fell a homer shy of the cycle as the Giants swept the Rockies with a 10-0 victory on Wednesday. Barry Zito struck out four batters in seven scoreless innings, and extended the team's winning streak to 16 in games started by the lefty.

4/10/2013 | Braves acquire Ayala from Orioles for Minor Leaguer
The Braves have acquired veteran right-handed reliever Luis Ayala from the Orioles in exchange for Minor League pitcher Chris Jones on Wednesday.

4/10/2013 | Blue Jays claim Wells off waivers from Mariners
Outfielder Casper Wells was claimed off waivers by the Blue Jays on Wednesday after being designated for assignment by the Mariners on their final roster cutdown.

4/10/2013 | MLB task force to work on improving on-field diversity
Commissioner Bud Selig's latest initiative to investigate and address the issue of on-field diversity was announced on Wednesday: the creation of a task force that will look at the talent pipeline that impacts the representation and development of minority players and on-field personnel, especially African-Americans.

4/10/2013 | Carpenter, Descalso to split second base
With David Freese off the disabled list and presumably ready to resume playing almost daily, the Cardinals will be left to divvy up playing time at second base between Matt Carpenter and Daniel Descalso.

4/10/2013 | Cardinals dedicate Friday's game to Musial
The Cardinals announced that they will dedicate Friday's game to honoring the life and legacy of Hall of Famer Stan Musial, who died in January at the age of 92.

4/10/2013 | Top prospects Taveras, Martinez back on track
Oscar Taveras and Carlos Martinez each had some issues at the beginning of the season, but the two top prospects are both moving in the right direction toward playing full-time.

4/10/2013 | Reyes playing his part atop Blue Jays' lineup
The Blue Jays are off to a slow start this season, but the same can't be said for their All-Star shortstop, Jose Reyes.

4/10/2013 | Encarnacion doubles his way out of hitting funk
Edwin Encarnacion snapped an 0-for-19 streak with a pair of doubles in the Blue Jays' 8-6 victory over the Tigers on Wednesday afternoon.

4/10/2013 | Broken nail not expected to hamper Dickey
In the grand scheme of everyday life a broken fingernail means next to nothing, but the same can't necessarily be said for a knuckleball pitcher like R.A. Dickey.

4/10/2013 | Jeter takes batting practice; Granderson progressing
Derek Jeter took batting practice, fielded ground balls and threw to first base at the Yankees' Minor League complex Wednesday morning, and Curtis Granderson was in center field tracking line drives and fly balls.

4/10/2013 | Marshall to DL; Reds recall Ondrusek
After several days trying to avoid it, the Reds placed reliever Sean Marshall on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday because of left shoulder tendinitis. Right-handed reliever Logan Ondrusek was recalled from Double-A Pensacola to replace Marshall on the 25-man roster.

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