MLB Recent Player News
|4/26/2015||Trevor May, P (Min), P|
|May left in the fourth inning of Saturday's start against Seattle after Kyle Seager's liner hit his right elbow.
Analysis: May is day to day with an elbow contusion. X-rays were negative.
|4/26/2015||Brandon McCarthy, P (LAD), P|
|McCarthy came out with tightness in his right elbow after allowing a three-run homer to Justin Upton in the sixth inning Saturday in San Diego.
Analysis: McCarthy is scheduled to have an MRI exam Monday.
|4/26/2015||Desmond Jennings, LF (TB), LF|
|Jennings is out with left knee soreness.
Analysis: Jennings is considered day-to-day, so a stint on the disabled list may not be coming.
|4/26/2015||Jacoby Ellsbury, CF (NYY), CF|
|Ellsbury is bothered by hip tightness.
Analysis: The injury isn't considered serious, but continue to monitor the developments.
|4/26/2015||Corey Dickerson, LF (Col), LF|
|Dickerson is out with a foot injury.
Analysis: The severity of the injury is unclear.
|4/26/2015||Trevor Bauer, P (Cle), P|
|Bauer is out with an illness.
Analysis: Bauer is expected to start Tuesday against Kansas City.
|4/26/2015||Matt Albers, P (CWS), P|
|Albers is on the 15-day disabled list with a finger injury.
Analysis: Albers suffered the injury in a brawl between the White Sox and Royals on April 23.
|4/25/2015||Adeiny Hechavarria, SS (Mia), SS|
|Hechavarria extended his hitting streak with two hits in Friday's win over the Nationals.
Analysis: Hechavarria is 13 for 27 over his seven-game hitting streak.
|4/25/2015||Dee Gordon, 2B (Mia), 2B|
|Gordon went 3 for 4 in Friday's 3-2 win over Washington.
Analysis: Gordon is heading toward another All-Star season, batting .370 through 17 games.
|4/25/2015||Anthony Rizzo, 1B (ChC), 1B|
|Rizzo went 3 for 4 with a home run and double in Friday's 7-3 win at Cincinnati.
Analysis: Rizzo is heating up, going 10 for 19 over his last five contests.
|4/25/2015||Ichiro Suzuki, RF (Mia), RF|
|Suzuki scored on Adeiny Hechavarria's home run Saturday to help the Marlins beat the Washington Nationals 8-0. The run gave Suzuki 1,968 in the major leagues (1,310) and Japan (658), surpassing Oh's record for a Japanese player.
Analysis: Suzuki received a big ovation from the crowd and a jubilant greeting from his teammates when he scored the record-breaking run.
|4/25/2015||Freddy Galvis, SS (Phi), SS|
|Galvis had three hits to lead the Phillies in Friday's 1-0 win over Atlanta.
Analysis: Galvis is 4 for 5 in his last two games. He's hitting .345 with eight RBIs on the season.
|4/25/2015||Adam Wainwright, P (StL), P|
|Wainwright hurt his left ankle while stumbling out of the batter's box and left Saturday night's game against Milwaukee in the fifth inning. The Cardinals didn't detail the severity of Wainwright's injury. They said he will be re-evaluated back in St. Louis after the team's road trip ends Sunday.
Analysis: Wainwright had a 2-0 lead when he had trouble getting out of the box on his popup that led off the inning. He was helped off the field by a trainer.
|4/25/2015||Felix Hernandez, P (Sea), P|
|Hernandez allowed five hits and struck out nine in a complete-game gem in Friday's 2-0 win over Minnesota.
Analysis: Hernandez is 3-0 with a 1.61 ERA with 32 strikeouts in four starts.
|4/25/2015||Carlos Martinez, P (StL), P|
|Martinez dazzled with eight strikeouts in seven scoreless innings Friday.
Analysis: The Cardinals pitching staff is an embarrassment of riches, as Martinez' strong start is only the latest in a long string of dominance. He is 2-0 with a 1.42 ERA as a starter this season.
|4/25/2015||DJ LeMahieu, 2B (Col), 2B|
|LeMahieu continued his torrid start to the season with three hits, two RBIs and one run scored Friday against San Francisco.
Analysis: LeMahieu is hitting .414 as an every day player. His power is limited - just five extra-base hits - but he's proving himself to be a solid bat in Colorado's lineup.
|4/25/2015||Gerrit Cole, P (Pit), P|
|Cole continued his excellent start to the season Friday.
Analysis: Cole earned his third win of the season, dealing 7 2-3 innings against Arizona. He allowed only one earned run for the third consecutive start, and lowered his ERA to 2.19.
|4/25/2015||Zack Greinke, P (LAD), P|
|Greinke had another scoreless outing Friday.
Analysis: He allowed only four hits while striking out seven in seven innings of work against San Diego. Greinke now has two starts with no runs allowed, and is ERA is a sparkling 1.35.
|4/25/2015||Mark Teixeira, 1B (NYY), 1B|
|Teixeira hit two home runs in Friday's win over the Mets.
Analysis: The slugging first baseman already has seven home runs and 17 RBIs this season.
|4/25/2015||Michael Pineda, P (NYY), P|
|Pineda allowed one run and five hits in 7 2-3 innings, striking out seven Friday.
Analysis: Pineda was dealing against the Mets. He moved to 3-0 with a 3.86 ERA.
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