MLB Schedule and Probable for April 20



Yankees (Ivan Nova) at Red Sox (Clay Buchholz), 3:05

Rangers (Matt Harrison) at Tigers (Rick Porcello), 7:05

Twins (Liam Hendriks) at Rays (Matt Moore), 7:10

Blue Jays (Kyle Drabek) at Royals (Luke Hochevar), 8:10

Orioles (Brian Matusz) at Angels (Jerome Williams), 10:05

Indians (Ubaldo Jimenez) at A’s (Graham Godfrey), 10:05

White Sox (Chris Sale) at Mariners (Hector Noesi), 10:10



Reds (Homer Bailey) at Cubs (Chris Volstad), 2:20

Marlins (Carlos Zambrano) at Nationals (Ross Detwiler), 7:05

Cardinals (Lance Lynn) at Pirates (Charlie Morton), 7:05

Giants (Barry Zito) at Mets (Jonathon Niese), 7:10

Dodgers (Ted Lilly) at Astros (J.A. Happ), 8:05

Rockies (Jhoulys Chacin) at Brewers (Shaun Marcum), 8:10

Braves (Brandon Beachy) at Diamondbacks (Trevor Cahill), 9:40

Phillies (Cole Hamels) at Padres (Edinson Volquez), 10:05

Lee Sinins’ Complete Encyclopedia is best reason yet developed to own a computer. I think I must own a copy of every baseball encyclopedia there is or ever was, and occasionally I find that I still need to pull out one of the others, but not very often; the Complete Encyclopedia covers 97% of my needs. Whether I’m working or playing, calculating or daydreaming, the Complete Encyclopedia pops up to help out. I turn it on in the morning; I turn it off when the house is on fire. Otherwise, I’m using it.”–Bill James