Manager Bruce Bochy said that the Giants likely will name a fifth starter for Tuesday's game at Oakland by Sunday. Besides swingman Chad Gaudin, possibilities include summoning left-hander Mike Kickham, right-hander Chris Heston or right-hander Shane Loux from Triple-A Fresno.
The Yankees seemed to have little difficulty coming up with enough runs and hits to defeat the Rays on Friday night, but they bumped into at least one more serious problem in the injury department.
Anibal Sanchez's bid for his second career no-hitter was denied by Joe Mauer, whose one-out single up the middle in the ninth was the only hit the Tigers righty allowed in Detroit's 6-0 win over Minnesota on Friday.
Yankees outfielder Curtis Granderson suffered a fractured left fifth metacarpal (knuckle on pinky finger) and was forced to leave Friday's game against the Rays after being hit on the left hand with a pitch during his at-bat in the fifth inning.
Miami starting pitcher Nathan Eovaldi will throw a 60-70 pitch rehab start with Class A Jupiter on Saturday. It will be his first start since he was placed on the 60-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation on March 24.
Carlos Quentin was back in the Padres' lineup Friday batting cleanup against the D-backs after missing the club's last two games with a sore left knee.
Back with the Padres following a two-start rehab stint with Triple-A Tucson, Clayton Richard threw a side session on Friday at Chase Field.
With each passing day, D-backs second baseman Aaron Hill loses a little more patience with his left hand.
Daniel Hudson continues to make progress in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, and the right-hander appears to be a bit ahead of schedule.
Bob Feller took more pride in serving his country than for anything he accomplished on a baseball diamond. On this Memorial Day weekend, the legend's service will be remembered with the first Bob Feller Act of Valor Award.
Four West Virginia Power pitchers combined to strike out 24 batters in a game on Thursday, the second-best total in South Atlantic League history.
Seven remaining Cave Dwellers said their goodbyes to Indians fan Alex Justice and Red Sox fan Nick Mendillo, then hosted Braves catcher Evan Gattis on Friday afternoon before settling in front of the TVs in hopes of watching all remaining 1,736 regular-season games, plus the postseason.
Back at the same park where he initially suffered a right wrist injury that ultimately put him on the disabled list May 8, A's outfielder Josh Reddick took more than 20 batting-practice swings in Houston on Friday and said he "felt great."
With the support of Kansas City Power & Light, Royals ace James Shields will host 250 foster children and their families in the "Big Game James Section" over five games this season at Kauffman Stadium.
Austin Jackson said Thursday night he has been cleared for physical activity, which he just began as he tries to rehab his way back from a pulled left groin.
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale left no doubt about his plans for Tuesday. He expects to pitch against the Cubs, after having his last start skipped because of a tendinitis in his pitching shoulder.
Somewhere in the midst of his four-year absence from baseball and just before he began a stint as a janitor, Evan Gattis found himself broke, hungry and feeling helpless at the end of a five-day trip to New York City.
Mark Teixeira expects to begin a Minor League rehabilitation assignment next week with the Double-A Trenton Thunder, and the Yankees first baseman believes his first big league action of the season is just around the corner.
Angels outfielder Mike Trout's rare blend of power and speed was reinforced in the eighth inning, when he stole second with the Angels up by one. Earlier, he belted a mammoth home run that manager Mike Scioscia estimated to travel 500 feet.
Right-hander Jered Weaver had another positive day on Friday with a light bullpen session as he puts the finishing touches on his rehabilitation work before rejoining the Angels' rotation.
With Ike Davis in the crosshairs of fans and media alike, manager Terry Collins continues to deflect rumors that his first baseman may be imminently headed to the Minors.
After a Beat the Streak season-high 45 consecutive successful picks, Aaron Brown's streak ended Friday night , leaving him 12 shy of a $5.6 million prize.
Reds reliever Sean Marshall was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with a sprained left shoulder. The same shoulder put the 30-year-old lefty on the 15-day disabled list in April after pitching in just one game.
Jose Iglesias was promoted from Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday and made his first big league start at third base, as the club placed Will Middlebrooks on the 15-day disabled list with a lower back strain
Stung by a bitter walk-off loss to Ohio State on Thursday, Nebraska promptly resurfaced Friday to avoid elimination on Day 3 of the Big Ten tournament at Target Field, knocking out local Minnesota in the process.
The Indians on Friday activated Nick Swisher from the paternity list Friday following the birth of his daughter earlier in the week.
The Nationals received some surprising news Friday, learning that second baseman Danny Espinosa has a broken bone in his right wrist.
The bad news is that the Phillies have lost their most consistent hitter until June 5, at the earliest. The good news is it could have been worse.
Utility man Steve Lombardozzi helped Jordan Zimmermann become the National League's first eight-game winner as the Nationals beat the Phillies, 5-2, on Friday.
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