6/21/2014 | Hamels, Wainwright set to duel in St. Louis
The Phillies will send left-hander Cole Hamels to the mound Saturday with his 23-inning scoreless streak on the line. His counterpart knows all about those as Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainrwright has racked up two scoreless streaks of 20-plus innings this season.
6/21/2014 | Ramos set to begin rehab assignment
Wilson Ramos (strained hamstring) left the Nationals' clubhouse Friday night with his bags packed for a four-game rehab assignment.
6/21/2014 | Day after drama, Yanks eye fifth straight win
Buck Showalter has been in baseball a long time -- since the Yankees drafted him in the late 1970s -- so don't try to fool him into thinking this Orioles-Yankees series is the be-all and end-all when it comes to the American League East.
6/21/2014 | Twins' winning run confirmed by instant replay
The Twins' dramatic 5-4 win over the White Sox on Friday night at Target Field was confirmed by replay review after Chicago challenged the initial ruling.
6/21/2014 | Mariners lose challenge on Dyson's infield hit
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon lost a challenge on an infield single by the Royals' Jarrod Dyson that was ruled to stand in the ninth inning of Seattle's 7-5 win on Friday night.
6/21/2014 | Collmenter rewarded after grinding out five innings
It wasn't pretty, but D-backs starter Josh Collmenter found a way to last five innings while his offense managed to give him enough support in a 4-1 win Friday night at Chase Field.
6/20/2014 | Opportunistic Brewers cash in on Rox's erratic play
One day after a blow-for-blow slugfest, all the Brewers had to do was not step on their own feet Saturday as the Rockies committed a season-high four errors. The Brewers were gift-wrapped five unearned runs in a 9-4 matinee win at Coors Field that featured a bases-clearing, three-run wild pitch from Rockies left-hander Christian Friedrich.
6/20/2014 | Replay review upholds Giants' tag at plate
A crew-chief review of a play at home plate went in favor of the Giants on Friday night as an out call on D-backs shortstop Chris Owings was confirmed.
6/20/2014 | Burnett's complete game delivers fifth straight win
A.J. Burnett made big pitches to wiggle out of jams and flashed his bat to open the door to the Phillies scoring before they broke it open with a splurge in the middle innings on their way to a 5-1 win against the Cardinals, their fifth straight victory.
6/20/2014 | Dozier walks off with Twins' second straight win
Brian Dozier's two-out RBI single scored Eduardo Escobar from second to give the Twins a thrilling 5-4 victory over the White Sox on Friday night at Target Field.
6/20/2014 | Crisp's eighth-inning RBI single lifts A's past Sox
Coco Crisp didn't start Friday night's contest against the Red Sox, but in true A's fashion, he came off the bench and finished it.
6/20/2014 | Melvin wins challenge on hit by pitch
A's manager Bob Melvin won a challenge in the third inning of his club's game against the Red Sox on Friday, reversing an initial ruling that Craig Gentry was not hit by a pitch.
6/20/2014 | Beltran rips thrilling walk-off blast to beat O's
Carlos Beltran clobbered a game-winning three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth, and the Yankees beat the Orioles, 5-3, in dramatic walk-off fashion Friday night, their first walk-off homer of the season.
6/20/2014 | Astros to call Buchanan for spot start vs. Rays
With scheduled starter Brad Peacock not quite 100 percent following his battle with food poisoning in recent days, the Astros scratched him from Saturday's game and announced that right-hander Jake Buchanan would be called from Triple-A Oklahoma City and start against the Rays for his Major League debut.
6/20/2014 | Kimbrel serves up rare multi-run homer
Craig Kimbrel had a very un-Craig Kimbrel like performance Friday night when he gave up a game-tying two-run homer to the Nationals' Anthony Rendon in the bottom of the ninth inning at Nationals Park.
6/20/2014 | Review gives Rendon game-tying home run
A crew-chief review in Friday's Braves-Nationals game resulted in a game-tying home run by Anthony Rendon in the ninth inning.
6/20/2014 | Kershaw gets message from Koufax after no-no
Clayton Kershaw said his no-hitter cleats will be sent to the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown. His game-worn uniform will be put on display at Dodger Stadium, after which he will take the gear home and display it in a room that also holds his two Cy Young Awards.
6/20/2014 | Relaxed Starlin blasts past 2013 homer total
With a three-run home run to left off Charlie Morton in the third inning of Friday's 6-3 win over the Pirates, Starlin Castro surpassed his homer total from all of last season.
6/20/2014 | Farrell mulling over options for Wednesday starter
Manager John Farrell has not yet determined who will start next Wednesday's series finale in Seattle, but he has plenty of options, including Clay Buchholz, Felix Doubront and Brandon Workman.
6/20/2014 | Trio of injured Rockies join forces to play catch
An unusual game of catch broke out in the right-field corner at Coors Field on Friday. Carlos Gonzalez, Jordan Lyles and Nolan Arenado got together and threw the ball around before Friday's game against the Brewers.
6/20/2014 | Active Coghlan puts stamp on Cubs' victory
Cubs left fielder Chris Coghlan has appeared in just 36 games for the Cubs this season, and on Friday he took full advantage of one of those sparse opportunities. Coghlan finished 2-for-3 with a triple, solo homer, walk and two runs scored in the Cubs' 6-3 win over the Pirates.
6/20/2014 | Ozuna's arm denies Mets, saves win for Alvarez
At a time when the Marlins are looking for an ace, Henderson Alvarez is assuming the role. The right-hander threw 6 1/3 scoreless innings on Friday night, and the Marlins held off the Mets, 3-2, at Marlins Park. The save went to Steve Cishek, but the game-saving defensive plays were turned in by left fielder Marcell Ozuna, who showcased his strong throwing arm by twice nabbing the potential tying run at the plate.
6/20/2014 | Pair of homers plenty for Porcello as Tigers hold on
Rick Porcello's six scoreless innings and home runs from Victor Martinez and J.D. Martinez allowed the Tigers to withstand a four-run eighth inning off Ian Krol, holding on for a 6-4 win at Progressive Field against the Indians.
6/20/2014 | Melvin: Reddick 'feels great' during rehab stint
The A's plan all along was to bring back Josh Reddick when he felt good at the plate.
6/20/2014 | Giants hoping to get Pagan back in Arizona
Angel Pagan was out of the lineup Friday for the fourth straight game for the Giants' series opener against the D-backs at Chase Field, but manager Bruce Bochy said Pagan could play Saturday.
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