Dodgers LHP Urias set for season debut vs. Giants (Apr 27, 2017)
SAN FRANCISCO -- Left-hander Julio Urias will make his long-awaited season debut for the Los Angeles Dodgers when he faces the San Francisco Giants and lefty Matt Moore on Thursday afternoon at AT&T Park.
Angels aim for three-game sweep of A's (Apr 27, 2017)
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Angels try for a three-game sweep of Oakland Athletics on Thursday with both starters working on extended rest.
After losing opener to Jays, Cards seek doubleheader sweep, series win
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ICC revises financial model to end domination of 'Big 3'
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) The International Cricket Council is revising its financial model to bring an end to a potential domination by its `Big Three' members - India, England and Australia.
Padres look to earn split of four-game set with D-backs (Apr 27, 2017)
PHOENIX -- The Arizona Diamondbacks are planning to install an offense-tamping humidor at Chase Field later this season, expected to be operational in June.
Sale to make Yanks-Red Sox rivalry debut (Apr 27, 2017)
BOSTON -- Three years ago, New York ace Masahiro Tanaka was introduced to the Yankees-Red Sox rivalry when he made his debut against Boston at Fenway Park on April 22, 2014.
Indians, Astros set for rubber match (Apr 27, 2017)
CLEVELAND -- It is possible that the three-game series between the Cleveland Indians and Houston Astros could be a preview of a postseason matchup between the teams.
Rockies rookie Senzatela faces test from Nats (Apr 27, 2017)
DENVER -- The Colorado Rockies could use another strong start Thursday from rookie Antonio Senzatela as they seek to split a four-game series with the Washington Nationals.
Dickey makes return as Braves visit Mets (Apr 27, 2017)
NEW YORK -- R.A. Dickey has never met the players he was traded for following his National League Cy Young Award-winning season in 2012. However, the former New York Mets right-hander will share a field Thursday with at least one of the players with whom he will be forever linked.
Davis, Kupp among promising WRs from smaller programs
It would be foolish to dismiss a wide receiver prospect just because he played at a less prominent college program.