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4/17/2015 | Gallardo shines in 6 scoreless, Mariners drop 4th straight

Rangers ace Yovani Gallardo twirled six scoreless innings and Robinson Chirinos slugged a solo home run as the Mariners offense failed to get key hits to support a solid outing from J.A. Happ in Seattle's fourth straight loss.

4/17/2015 | Dominant Scherzer finally gets first win with Nats

Max Scherzer may not have had his best fastball on Friday, but he did just fine without it, tossing eight dominant innings to earn his first win of the season, 7-2 over the Phillies.

4/17/2015 | Colon produces unlikely tying run while tossing seven

With the Mets down just one run in the fifth inning,Terry Collins opted to let Bartolo Colon hit for himself -- the pitcher who went nine years between RBIs before managing one in his last start April 12, the pitcher with just 13 hits in 18 big league seasons, the pitcher, who at age 41, seemingly never stops surprising.

4/17/2015 | Stanton heating up, Marlins cooled off

The past two nights Giancarlo Stanton provided the power early, but the Marlins still are having trouble establishing any consistency.

4/17/2015 | Lagares displays Gold Glove skills vs. Marlins

Minutes before the start of Friday's 4-1 win over the Marlins, Mets center fielder Juan Lagares stepped onto the field to accept his 2014 Rawlings Gold Glove award, grinning as he hoisted it up with both hands. Then Lagares set about showcasing the skills that helped him earn it.

4/17/2015 | Yadi's clutch double vs. Cueto sinks Reds

Yadier Molina's three-run double off Reds ace Johnny Cueto in the seventh inning broke open a tie game and sent the Cardinals on their way to a 6-1 victory in Friday night's series opener at Busch Stadium.

4/17/2015 | Gomes' pinch homer lifts Braves to wild win over Blue Jays

Two eighth-inning home runs gave the Braves the boost they needed to claim an Interleague series-opening 8-7 victory over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre on Friday night.

4/17/2015 | Axford may need to extend emergency family leave

Rockies right-handed pitcher John Axford's family medical emergency leave will expire Sunday. Manager Walt Weiss said Friday the club will be in contact with the Commissioner's Office if it is determined that Axford needs more time.

4/17/2015 | Dropped chicken causes bit of a flap for D-backs

The flying chicken tender was still being talked about in the D-backs clubhouse before Friday's game. Apparently dropped by a seagull, the partially eaten tender landed on the mound and briefly stopped play during the 12th inning of Thursday's 7-6 Arizona victory over the Giants at AT&T Park.

4/17/2015 | Boston walks off on Bogaerts' blooper

It came down to a little flair from Xander Bogaerts just over the second baseman's head and into short right field, allowing the Red Sox to pull out a 3-2, walk-off win over the Orioles on Friday night at Fenway Park. It was the first career game-ending hit for Bogaerts, and it came against right-hander Tommy Hunter.

4/17/2015 | Royals-A's benches clear after Esky's injury

The benches cleared during the Royals-A's game in the top of the seventh inning after Brett Lawrie slid hard into Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar, who injured his left knee on the play.

4/17/2015 | Trout goes deep; youngest to 100 HRs, 100 SBs

Mike Trout continues to amaze. And it isn't even about what he did on Friday, a two-homer night that saw him carry the Angels to a 6-3 win and become the youngest player ever to record 100 home runs and 100 stolen bases.

4/17/2015 | Cards honor Red's legacy

With Friday marking the 70th anniversary of Red Schoendienst first putting on a big league uniform , the Cardinals used the occasion to celebrate his service to the organization and to launch a season-long campaign to recognize his impact.

4/17/2015 | Malnati continues surge golfer Peter Malnati continues to tear it up as he looks to return to the PGA Tour.

4/17/2015 | Royals sprint past A's with Orlando's RBI triple

Rookie Paulo Orlando hit his fourth triple of the season, driving in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning off A's right-hander Dan Otero as the Royals held on for a 6-4 win on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium.

4/17/2015 | Carpenter channels Willie Mays Hayes with acrobatic run

Trying to score from third base on Matt Holliday's first-inning fly ball to Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton on Friday, Matt Carpenter used some split-second improvisation by somersaulting over catcher Brayan Pena.

4/17/2015 | A-Rod collects first multi-HR game since 2012

Alex Rodriguez continues to swing a hot bat for the Yankees, homering twice off Rays pitching on Friday to increase his career total to 658.

4/17/2015 | McClendon: Early adversity will help Mariners 'build character'

Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon says the team's early struggles in close games against tough teams would be good for his club in what is expected to be a banner year.

4/17/2015 | Plouffe's 11th-inning blast lifts Twins past Tribe

Trevor Plouffe connected on a walk-off solo homer in the 11th inning to give the Twins a 3-2 win over the Indians on Friday night at Target Field. Plouffe's blast also gave the Twins their third straight win. Indians ace Corey Kluber's effort unraveled in the sixth inning after a perfect start to his night.

4/17/2015 | Garcia at least 6 weeks from rejoining Cardinals

Though lefty Jaime Garcia took another small step forward on Friday by facing hitters for the first time since March 24, the Cardinals don't expect him to factor into their Major League plans for at least six more weeks.

4/17/2015 | Ubaldo ejected after hitting Sandoval with pitch

Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez was ejected from Friday night's game against the Red Sox in the fourth inning after hitting Pablo Sandoval in the right shoulder with a pitch.

4/17/2015 | Change the locks: Lincecum gets dramatic haircut

Since getting a haircut is an unusual experience for Tim Lincecum, he opted to make it a truly memorable event by drastically changing his look. Lincecum returned to the short-haired style he sported during his first two years in the Major Leagues and at the start of the 2013 season, with something of a twist. The sides of his head are shaved considerably.

4/17/2015 | Rodney not dwelling on early season struggles

Mariners closer Fernando Rodney says he's confident he'll bounce back after some rocky appearances early in the season.

4/17/2015 | Looking back on the Astrodome's Top 12 moments

The Astros will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Astrodome before their game on Saturday. Here's a look back at the top 12 Astros moments at the "Eighth Wonder of the World:"

4/17/2015 | Escobar leaves Friday's win with strained groin

Nationals third baseman Yunel Escobar left Friday's game against the Phillies with a strained groin after running out a grounder in the fourth inning.

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