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Mariners put Saunders on 15-day disabled listMichael Saunders' initial fear was that he'd broken his collarbone after crashing into the outfield wall.Upvote Share Tweet
To spark offense, Trout batting secondIn an attempt to get the offense going, Angels manager Mike Scioscia made a rather drastic change for Thursday's series finale against the A's, moving Mike Trout to the No. 2 spot of the batting order.Upvote Share TweetThe Texas Rangers have put left-hander Matt Harrison on the disabled list with a sore back.Upvote Share TweetIn the end, it doesn't matter who was promised what. All that matters is that Nolan Ryan has decided to remain with the Texas Rangers. To the millions of fans who care about this franchise, it's a day to celebrate and to be reminded how good they've got…Upvote Share Tweet
Selig won't meet San Jose mayor about A'sSan Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's request to sit down with Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to discuss the Oakland A's pursuit of a San Jose ballpark has been rejected, a newspaper reported.Upvote Share TweetNot a ton of excitement in last night's loss to the Astros. Right now on the team site, the highlights are "Kelly Shoppach's first home run as a Mariner," "Bobby LaFromboise strikes out two in his major league debut," and "Micha…Upvote Share Tweet
Moss' five-RBI night fuels A's seventh straight winFirst baseman Brandon Moss, who was a double shy of hitting for the cycle, matched a career high with five RBIs in Oakland's seventh straight win.Upvote Share Tweet
Rangers Deny King Felix 100th WinApr 11A.J. Pierzynski's home run and play at the plate help the Rangers to a 4-3 win over the Mariners.
Astros Vs. Angels PreviewApr 11Baseball Tonight looks ahead to the three-game series between the Astros and the Angels.
A's Win Eighth StraightApr 11A's crush Angels 8-1.
Eric Wright of Tampa Bay Buccaneers took $6.25M pay cut -- sourceApr 11Eric Wright, one of the top acquisitions in the 2012 free-agent market, accepted a $6.25 million pay cut to stay with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to a source.