Jon Lester felt strong after his latest rehab outing for the PawSox.
Brad Lidge has regained his closer’s position with the Astros.
The Angels are starting to play better on the road.
John Smoltz will have his start skipped today for the Braves due to an inflammed shoulder.
Shannon Stewart had himself a rare game winning pinch-hit for the A’s.
Brewers manager Ned Yost made some lineup changes on Saturday but insists it’s not a panic move.
B.J. Ryan left some tough shoes to fill in Toronto.
Cardinals skipper Tony LaRussa is high on Troy Percival.
Mike Fontenot hopes stick around on his second callup with the Cubbies.
Devil Rays catcher Dioner Navarro is feeling better after taking a foul ball to the throat on Friday.
Randy Johnson won’t be traveling with the Diamondbacks when they come to New York.
Indians 1B Ryan Garko is not a fan of interleague play.
Juan Pierre’s slump has dropped him from 1st to 8th in the Dodgers lineup.
The Mariners are getting good offensive and defensive production from their catchers.
The Giants called up Guillermo Rodriguez, who is set to make his big league debut after 12 years in the minors.
Paul Bako has assumed the bulk of the Orioles catching duties with Ramon Hernandez going on the DL.
Josh Wood from the Marlins recalls his pitching stint in the minors.
The Mets aren’t enjoying the clubhouse in Detroit.
Shane Costa hit cleanup for the Royals for the first time on Saturday.
The Nationals injured arms had bullpen sessions on Saturday.
Injured Tigers pitcher Kenny Rogers is going back to the minors after two decades.
The Padres’ Justin Germano and Mike Cameron are feeling fine after injuries they suffered on Friday night.
Glen Perkins and Dennys Reyes should be returning to the Twins shortly.
The Phillies signed Jose Mesa and put Freddy Garcia on the DL.
As of Saturday’s game, the White Sox had 6 rookies on their roster.
Pittsburgh place Solomon Torres on the DL with elbow inflammation.
Mark Teixeira’s consecutive game streak of 507 games came to an end when the Rangers placed him on the DL.
Homer Bailey had a successful debut for the Reds on Friday night.
Yankees fans were happy to see an old friend back on Saturday.
The Rockies have some serious speed at the top of their lineup.