5/6/2012 | Both DHs pitch; O's down Red Sox in 17 frames
In a marathon six-hour, 17-inning game that featured both teams sending its designated hitter to pitch, it was the Orioles -- behind the stealth throwing of infielder Chris Davis -- who persevered for a 9-6 win and series sweep of the Red Sox in front of a sellout crowd at Fenway Park.
5/6/2012 | Giants win in 11th on Sanchez's walk-off single
Pinch-hitter Hector Sanchez singled home pinch-runner Emmanuel Burriss in the 11th inning to give the Giants a 4-3 walk-off victory over the Brewers on Sunday at AT&T Park.
5/6/2012 | Owner expects success despite Crew's injuries
Amid the team's spate of injuries, Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio made clear on Sunday that he is not giving up on 2012.
5/6/2012 | Cubs rally in ninth, then walk off in 11th
Tony Campana hit a game-tying RBI double in the ninth inning, and David DeJesus drew a walk-off walk with the bases loaded in the 11th to lift the Cubs to a 4-3 victory on Sunday over the Dodgers and take the series.
5/6/2012 | Blue Jays' Vizquel becomes oldest to play short
Omar Vizquel became the oldest player in Major League history to take the field at shortstop on Sunday afternoon against the Angels.
5/6/2012 | Phillies' Howard ready to ramp up activities
First baseman Ryan Howard is scheduled to intensify his workouts this week. That includes running, hitting and weight-bearing exercises.
5/6/2012 | Nats' Zimmerman expected to play Tuesday
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, who is on the 15-day disabled list because of an inflamed right shoulder, took two rounds of batting practice (one indoor and one outdoor) on Sunday and didn't feel any pain. Zimmerman will take another round of BP during the off-day at Nationals Park on Monday. If all goes well, Zimmerman will start on Tuesday against the Pirates.
5/6/2012 | Middlebrooks' first MLB home run is grand
Will Middlebrooks struck his first Major League home run on Sunday afternoon at Fenway Park, and it was a game-tying grand slam in Boston's eventual loss to Baltimore.
5/6/2012 | Justice: Class act, Davis now a winning pitcher
About the last thing Chris Davis ever expected to do was pitch a game for the Baltimore Orioles. Because he did, he'll remember Sunday as one of the really special days in his career.
5/6/2012 | Same foe, but Weaver follows no-no in new venue
Five days after he no-hit the Twins, Angels righty Jered Weaver returns to the hill to face the same club. This time, though, the game is at Target Field and Minnesota sends Francisco Liriano to the hill.
5/6/2012 | Under new owners, Dodgers start rivalry with Giants
Ted Lilly and the Dodgers will return to Chavez Ravine on Monday for the team's first home game under Guggenheim Baseball Management, and they welcome the rival Giants and Barry Zito to Dodger Stadium in the opener of a three-game series.
5/6/2012 | Arroyo hoping to get back in control against Crew
For Bronson Arroyo, who starts for the Reds on Monday when they begin a three-game series with the Brewers at Miller Park, success likely will once again depend upon whether he can keep the ball in the park.
5/6/2012 | Rangers visit Orioles in clash of AL frontrunners
The Orioles have jumped out to the best record in the Major Leagues, and the competition is paying attention. Take, for example, the Rangers. Texas will open a four-game series at Camden Yards on Monday night, well aware of what Baltimore has accomplished.
5/6/2012 | Humber, McAllister kick off doubleheader
An early-season doubleheader between the Indians and White Sox gives the Tribe a chance to extend its lead atop the American League Central standings and the third-place White Sox an opportunity to make up some ground.
5/6/2012 | Aviles eager to reunite with former 'mates in KC
When the Red Sox and Royals begin a three-game series on Monday at Kauffman Stadium, it will be a homecoming of sorts for Red Sox shortstop Mike Aviles.
5/6/2012 | Zambrano looks for first win vs. Astros
Despite pitching well, Carlos Zambrano is still looking for his first victory of the season. He'll try again against Wandy Rodriguez and the Houston Astros, who just had their five-game winning streak snapped by the Cardinals.
5/6/2012 | Saunders-Lynn could produce marquee matchup
D-backs lefty Joe Saunders and Cardinals righty Lance Lynn have produced staggering numbers to start their seasons, and they'll face off Monday at Chase Field.
5/6/2012 | Fister returns to face former Seattle teammates
Detroit right-hander Doug Fister's return from the disabled list comes just in time to create a dramatic storyline, as the Tigers and Mariners get set for a three-game series starting Monday in Seattle.
5/6/2012 | Samardzija, Cubs try to cool off hot-hitting Braves
Jeff Samardzija will carry a 3-1 record and a 3.41 ERA into Monday night's start against the Braves at Wrigley Field as the teams begin a three-game set. Atlanta's Tommy Hanson, coming off his worst outing of the year, looks to bounce back.
5/6/2012 | Volquez tries to work deep as Padres host rival Rox
Edinson Volquez will try to make the Padres' ailing bullpen's job easier Monday when the right-hander starts the opener of a three-game series with the Rockies, who send rookie left-hander Drew Pomeranz to the hill at Petco Park.
5/6/2012 | Triumphant A's return home to face Blue Jays
The Blue Jays continue their six-game California swing on Tuesday when they head north up the I-5 from Anaheim to Oakland to meet the Athletics for a short two-game series. Squaring off in the first game will be A's righty Jarrod Parker and Blue Jays lefty Ricky Romero.
5/6/2012 | Shields can extend Rays' reign over Yanks
After being swept in St. Petersburg to open the season, the Yankees will get another crack at the Rays starting on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, starting Ivan Nova against James Shields
5/5/2012 | White Sox move Sale from rotation to closer
The White Sox have re-evaluated Chris Sale's current role with an eye toward his long-term success and have moved Sale back into the bullpen as the team's closer.
5/5/2012 | Orioles close to bringing back Tejada
The Orioles are closing in on signing veteran infielder Miguel Tejada, who will report to the team's Spring Training facility in Sarasota, Fla., on Monday to take a physical.
5/5/2012 | Peralta's walk-off HR eases Tigers' struggles
Jhonny Peralta hit his first home run of the season in dramatic fashion with a walk-off two-run shot on an 0-2 pitch as the Tigers stunned the visiting White Sox, 5-4, on Friday night at Comerica Park.
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