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6/21/2014 | Crisp rescues A's in wild 10th-inning walk-off victory

One game after providing a winning hit in the eighth, Coco Crisp delivered a walk-off single in the 10th to give the A's a 2-1 win over the Red Sox, their fifth of the last-at-bat variety so far this season. Crisp's heroics were needed because of a disappointing eighth.


6/21/2014 | Detroit's bullpen carrying heavy workload

The Tigers had three relievers among the American League's top 12 in appearances this season entering Saturday. Two of them, Joba Chamberlain and Al Alburquerque, have injury histories that include Tommy John surgery. The other, Ian Krol, is in his first full Major League season.


6/21/2014 | Torii won't return this weekend; confident in fill-in

Torii Hunter is proud, as he should be, but he knows what J.D. Martinez is doing. If he was the manager, he wouldn't take Martinez out. "Play the hot hand," Hunter said after Martinez's latest heroics Friday night.


6/21/2014 | Krol placed on DL; Tigers call up McCoy

After a heavy workload for 2 1/2 months, it's enough of a worry that the Tigers placed Ian Krol on the 15-day disabled list on Saturday with what the team called left shoulder inflammation.


6/21/2014 | Wainwright's dominant day lifts Cards past Phils

The Cardinals pulled ahead late behind Matt Holliday's RBi double as Adam Wainwright dominated the Phillies for eight innings in the 4-1 win on Saturday in St. Louis.


6/21/2014 | Ramirez about to find out about baseball in Iowa

Manny Ramirez will have homemade banana bread, long bus rides and Saturday farmers markets to look forward to once he arrives at Principal Park. And the Iowa Cubs will be getting someone who loves to hit.


6/21/2014 | Vizquel feted before Tribe Hall of Fame ceremony

Omar Vizquel was inducted into Cleveland's Hall of Fame ahead of Saturday night's game with Detroit. But before his big moment of recognition, the former Tribe standout traded stories and exchanged laughs with his old teammates at a luncheon


6/21/2014 | Gwynn sent 'home' in stirring service at SDSU

Tony Gwynn was sent "home" on Saturday during a poignant memorial service staged in the student union building on the campus of San Diego State, the university that provided neat bookends to the Hall of Famer's life.


6/21/2014 | J. Upton returns to action after dizziness lessens

After learning the dizziness he has experienced this week has been caused by sinus pressure, Justin Upton returned to the Braves' lineup for Saturday night's game against the Nationals.


6/21/2014 | Brantley returns to Tribe's starting lineup

Indians manager Terry Francona was happy to write Michael Brantley's name back into the starting lineup on Saturday night. Concussions are nothing to take lightly and Cleveland is counting its blessings that their left fielder was not more seriously hurt earlier this week.


6/21/2014 | Reyes day to day with left knee soreness

Jose Reyes is considered day to day after he departed Saturday's 11-1 loss to the Reds for precautionary reasons with left knee soreness.


6/21/2014 | Tying longest start, Odorizzi one-hits Astros

Jake Odorizzi was masterful for the Rays on Saturday at Tropicana Field, one-hitting the Astros over 7 1/3 innings in an 8-0 Tampa Bay win.


6/21/2014 | Time to recognize Brewers are no fluke

This is no longer Spring Training gibberish about the Milwaukee Brewers having a chance to be a factor in the NL Central. It's not back-to-back sweeps in Boston and Philadelphia on the first road trip of the season that fed into the confidence in the clubhouse. It's the first day of summer, and the Brewers are playing every bit as good -- if not better -- than even they could have expected.


6/21/2014 | Wild pitch becomes a wild play at Coors Field

A bases-loaded wild pitch in the third inning turned into a sloppy, three-run play during Saturday afternoon's game between the Rockies and Brewers.


6/21/2014 | Angels part ways with veteran Ibanez

The Angels released veteran designated hitter Raul Ibanez on Saturday. Ibanez signed a one-year, $2.75 million contract this offseason that included another $2.25 million in incentives. He was coming off a solid year in Seattle, in which he hit .242/.306/.487 with 29 homers and 65 RBIs. But Ibanez couldn't get on track at the plate this season with the Angels.


6/21/2014 | Mauer delivers big hit after Correia settles in

Kevin Correia settled down after a rocky start, and Joe Mauer laced a go-ahead two-run double in the fifth inning to lead the Twins to a 4-3 win over the White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Target Field.


6/21/2014 | Furcal heading back to disabled list

Rafael Furcal overcame a couple of injuries to make it back to the big leagues on June 13. Now the 37-year-old veteran, injured in the third inning of Miami's 4-0 loss to the Mets on Saturday, will be heading back to the disabled list.


6/21/2014 | Harper could start rehab stint as early as Monday

A Major League source said Saturday night that Nationals left fielder Bryce Harper (torn thumb ligament) will begin a rehab assignment with Class A Potomac on Monday. But manager Matt Williams didn't confirm the claim before Saturday night's game vs. Atlanta.


6/21/2014 | Williams: Nats not calling Strasburg's pitches

The Nationals' game plan for Braves outfielder Jason Heyward was made apparent Friday night when right-hander Stephen Strasburg threw 18 fastballs out of 19 pitches to Heyward in three at-bats.


6/21/2014 | Clippard feeling confident, no matter opponent

Heading into Friday night's matchup with the Braves, Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard had surrendered at least one run in eight of his previous nine appearances against Atlanta over the past two seasons.


6/21/2014 | Floyd has MRI to determine extent of injury

After returning to Atlanta on Friday afternoon, Gavin Floyd underwent an MRI exam that was to provide a clearer picture of the right elbow he fractured during Thursday night's win over the Nationals.


6/21/2014 | Gattis extends hitting streak to 20 games with single

Evan Gattis extended Major League Baseball's longest current hitting streak to 20 games with a sixth-inning single off Doug Fister in Saturday night's game against the Nationals.


6/21/2014 | Fister finds groove as Nationals blank Braves

Doug Fister brilliantly spun eight scoreless innings to lead the Nationals to a 3-0 victory over the Braves on Saturday night at Nationals Park. At 38-35, Washington is back atop the National League East.


6/21/2014 | Worley's solid start gets power boost from Buc's bats

Vance Worley pitched five-hit ball for 6 2/3 innings to earn the Bucs' 5-3 victory over the Cubs -- his second in 17 starts dating back to August 2012.


6/21/2014 | Marte leaves Pirates for personal matter

The Pirates will be without one of their hottest hitters at least for the next two days, as left fielder Starling Marte left the team to attend to a personal matter in his Dominican Republic home.




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