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Topic - Lance Berkman
Texas Rangers right-hander Nick Tepesch and designated hitter Lance Berkman are headed to the disabled list.
Texas Rangers right-hander Nick Tepesch is headed to the disabled list with right elbow inflammation, and designated hitter Lance Berkman might be next.
Manny Ramirez is apparently cutting his long dreadlocks for another shot at the major leagues.
A day after Yu Darvish came within one out of a perfect game, Alexi Ogando and four Texas relievers shut out the Astros again, combining for a five-hitter in the Rangers' 4-0 win over Houston on Wednesday.
Lance Berkman knows he's being watched with some trepidation while going through spring training with the Texas Rangers.
The St. Louis Cardinals announced a three-year contract extension with general manager John Mozeliak on Thursday and exercised the 2014 option for manager Mike Matheny, hoping the pair will keep the team contending for the World Series.
Mark McGwire is coming home as hitting coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers, lured by the chance to spend more time with his wife and five young children.
Ryan Vogelsong and these San Francisco Giants sure have become adept at saving their season.
Bryce Harper stood reluctantly at his locker before a battery of cameras and microphones, doing his best to try and convince the world – and perhaps himself – that the biggest game of his life was no big deal.
The best-case scenario for Lance Berkman is that he returns to the St. Louis Cardinals' lineup after the All-Star break. The 36-year-old first baseman is prepared for news on his injured right knee that's not so rosy.
The St. Louis Cardinals put first baseman Lance Berkman on the 15-day disabled list Sunday because of an injured right knee. Berkman, who was hurt while stretching for a throw Saturday night, will have an MRI exam Monday in St. Louis.
St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Lance Berkman injured his right knee while taking a throw at first base during the second inning of Saturday night's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Previewing the National League.
Mike Matheny fields the question that comes pretty much on a daily basis with the dexterity of the four-time Gold Glove catcher he used to be.
Jayson Werth arrived in Viera, Fla., on Friday night and by early Saturday afternoon he was inside the clubhouse at Space Coast Stadium, getting himself together to go take batting practice with second baseman Danny Espinosa.
He said he probably wouldn't be available Sunday.
Berkman said the calf started bothering him during a full workout Tuesday.