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5:57 AM - Sunday, May 24, 2015
9 hour ago - CBS Sports
PHOENIX (AP) Anthony Rizzo matched his career high with six RBIs and the Chicago Cubs beat 9-6 Saturday night, snapping the Arizona Diamondbacks' five-game winning streak.
4 hour ago - MetsBlog.com / Matthew Cerrone
The Mets will try to avoid being swept by the Pirates when Jon Niese (3-4, 3.72 ERA) faces LHP Francisco Liriano (1-4, 4.15) on Sunday at 1:35 p.m. ET in Pittsburgh. Ruben Tejada will start at third base in place …
15 hour ago - CBS Sports
CLEVELAND (AP) After Reds manager Bryan Price was ejected before the first pitch, Corey Kluber threw eight effective innings and led the Cleveland Indians over Cincinnati 2-1 Saturday for their fifth straight win.
21 hour ago - Amazin' Avenue / Owen Condon
Lower back stiffness will sideline the Mets' captain for at least another week David Wright has been shut down for another week due to stiffness in his lower back. This is the latest setback in the frustrating rehab process for the . . .
12 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Joseph Zucker
Baltimore Orioles reliever Brian Matusz learned nothing from Will Smith. Only a few days after the Milwaukee Brewers lefty got the boot for having a foreign substance on his right arm, umpires ejected Matusz on Saturday night after they discove . . .
13 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Joseph Zucker
The Texas Rangers will place outfielder Josh Hamilton on the active roster Monday, per Jeff Wilson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Hamilton will join his teammates in Cleveland on Sunday night as they prepare for a three-game series with the I . . .
16 hour ago - MetsBlog.com / Matt Eisenberg
Matt Harvey allowed a career-high seven runs, as the New York Mets lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-2, Saturday at PNC Park. Harvey pitched his worst start in his shortest-career outing. He gave up multiple home runs for just the …
5/22/2015 - McCovey Chronicles / Grant Brisbee
There was a rain delay, a bevy of explosions, a dinger that went into the 48th deck ... you know, Coors Field. Coors Field is the worst, empirically the worst, a pile of bricks held together with the mortar of failed dreams and sadn . . .
10 hour ago - Bleacher Report / Heath Clary
It has simply been a weird year for the Boston Red Sox so far in 2015. They started the season strong due to a powerful offense led by offseason acquisition Hanley Ramirez, but their pitching was too ineffective to give the club a realistic ch . . .
13 hour ago - CBS Sports
ATLANTA (AP) Jace Peterson's single to left field drove in Alberto Callaspo from third base, lifting the Atlanta Braves to a 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers in 11 innings on Saturday.
15 hour ago - CBS Sports
TORONTO (AP) Canadian James Paxton wasn't even 10 pitches into his second start in his home country when manager Lloyd McClendon came to the mound for a quick chat.
15 hour ago - Red Reporter / Kc Gardner
The offense got plenty of baserunners but could score only one of them Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Anthony Desclafani pitched 7 very strong innings, allowing only a single run on three hits and two walks, tallying . . .
7 hour ago - CBS Sports
MIAMI (AP) Martin Prado hit a two-out, bases-loaded single in the 13th inning, and the Miami Marlins won for the first time in Dan Jennings' six games as manager, beating Baltimore 1-0 on Saturday night.
5/23/2015 - CBS Sports
LOS ANGELES (AP) Joc Pederson homered in the eighth inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers' anemic offense mustered just enough to beat the San Diego Padres 2-1 on Friday night.
15 hour ago - NYT
Kendall Graveman gave up three hits over six innings in his return from the minors, Sam Fuld drove in two runs and the Oakland Athletics beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-0 on Saturday.
5/22/2015 - Bluebird Banter / Minor Leaguer
Not that this really matters, but it's a good excuse to relive the classic Bob Davidson call. Flashback to April 9, 2011: the Blue Jays, headed by John Farrell and wearing those ugly jerseys, were facing the Angels in an early west c . . .
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