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  • Cards ace Adam Wainwright out for season with torn Achilles

    The tests results were no surprise. Before Adam Wainwright left the field in Milwaukee, the St. Louis Cardinals anticipated they'd be losing their staff ace for the season. The 33-year-old pitcher will have surgery this week, likely Thursday, because...
  • Dodgers' Brandon McCarthy out for season, faces Tommy John surgery

    Dodgers' Brandon McCarthy out for season, faces Tommy John surgery
    Brandon McCarthy will miss the rest of the season because of a torn elbow ligament, throwing the Dodgers’ starting rotation into disarray. McCarthy said he anticipates undergoing Tommy John surgery. That would put him on course to return around...
  • No perfect bullpen strategy, but depth, flexibility help

    When the Detroit Tigers signed Joe Nathan before the 2014 season, they expected baseball's active saves leader to simply keep rolling. After a few too many bad outings, they traded for a backup plan in Joakim Soria, widely considered the top reliever on...
  • Watch: Cubs player nearly caught in a (mascot) rundown

    Watch: Cubs player nearly caught in a (mascot) rundown
    Wouldn't it be just so Cubs if a star infielder were waylaid by a band of running mascots? A Major League Baseball video captured such a near-miss from Sunday's game in Cincinnati. During a  Reds mascot race, a pack of four baseball jesters bear down on...
  • Sunday's recap: Cubs 5, Reds 2

    Sunday's recap: Cubs 5, Reds 2
    The summary Behind a solo home run by Miguel Montero in the second inning and a three-run double by rookie Addison Russell in the fourth, the Cubs pulled away Sunday to a 5-2 win over the Reds and completed a 4-2 trip. At the plate Jorge Soler...
  • Jake Arrieta not completely sold on DH after Adam Wainwright injury

    Jake Arrieta not completely sold on DH after Adam Wainwright injury
    CINCINNATI -- A .143 batting average might convince the Cubs’ starting pitchers to lobby to have the designated hitter instituted in the National League. But Jake Arrieta wasn’t so sure, even in the wake of a potential season-ending Achilles...
  • Cubs manager Joe Maddon believes in rookie Addison Russell

    Cubs manager Joe Maddon believes in rookie Addison Russell
    CINCINNATI — It could be a while before Cubs rookie Addison Russell becomes a middle-of-the-order hitter, but he showed his potential as a run producer Sunday by hitting a three-run double from the ninth spot to highlight a four-run rally. Manager...
  • Cubs take care of own business, feel for Cardinals' key loss

    Cubs take care of own business, feel for Cardinals' key loss
    CINCINNATI — Jake Arrieta was baffled Sunday after watching several replays of Adam Wainwright potentially tear his left Achilles tendon while running out of the batter's box. "An arm injury or something like that when he's on the mound is one...
  • Cubs starters could go a long way in providing relief for bullpen

    Cubs starters could go a long way in providing relief for bullpen
    PITTSBURGH — The Cubs might not have to look to Triple-A Iowa or another major-league team to solve their recent bullpen issues. The remedy, according to manager Joe Maddon and his starters, is a rotation that needs to pitch deeper into games....
  • Historically a slow starter, Jon Lester looks to turn things around

    Historically a slow starter, Jon Lester looks to turn things around
    PITTSBURGH — Despite his World Series success and six-year, $155 million contract, Jon Lester admittedly is a slow starter. With his "dead arm" period now more than a month in the past, Lester is ready to move ahead as he takes the mound for the...
  • Giants plan personal ring presentations for Sandoval, Morse in May

    SAN FRANCISCO Despite a fair share of spring sniping from Pablo Sandoval, the Giants aren't going to ship him his World Series ring via registered mail. They hope to personally present Sandoval with his prize on May 10, when the Boston Red Sox travel...