5/27/2013 | Pennington delivers walk-off win in nightcap
Cliff Pennington's grounder down the right-field line drove in the game-winning run as the D-backs rallied to beat the Rangers, 5-4, in Monday night's Game 2 of a doubleheader at Chase Field.
5/27/2013 | Yu's strikeout binge not enough to hold off D-backs
Yu Darvish was dominant for much of the night, matching a career high with 14 K's, but the D-backs sent the Rangers to their first three-game losing streak of the season as Texas dropped the nightcap of a doubleheader, 5-4.
5/27/2013 | Kemp reunites with SF Dodger fan in LA
Matt Kemp arranged a visit to Dodger Stadium on Monday for cancer patient Josh Jones and his family, three weeks after the All-Star outfielder made headlines by presenting the 19-year-old with his jersey, hat, spikes and an autographed baseball at a game in San Francisco.
5/27/2013 | Berkman makes season debut in the field
For the first time this season, Lance Berkman played the field, starting at first base and batting third in Monday's nightcap of the Rangers' doubleheader against the D-backs.
5/27/2013 | Lawrie exits game in sixth inning with ankle injury
Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie was forced to depart Monday night's game against the Braves in the sixth inning with a sprained left ankle.
5/27/2013 | Aceves strong, bats hot as Red Sox top Phillies
Alfredo Aceves took a big step back toward being a reliable member of the Red Sox when he fired six strong innings en route to Monday night's 9-3 victory over the Phillies at Fenway Park.
5/27/2013 | Hamilton isn't surprised by Rangers' hot start
Angels right fielder Josh Hamilton isn't surprised that his former Rangers team is off to another flying start, with an American League-best 32-19 record and a 3 1/2-game first-place cushion.
5/27/2013 | Romero's struggles continue in rehab start
Ricky Romero's tumultuous 2013 season has taken another turn in the wrong direction. Toronto's former No. 1 starter got the call for Triple-A Buffalo on Monday night but was unable to pitch his way out of the first inning.
5/27/2013 | Aldrin helps Dodgers honor service members
Buzz Aldrin was on hand as Dodger Stadium was awash in red, white and blue on Monday afternoon in recognition of Memorial Day as the Dodgers hosted the Angels in an Interleague matchup.
5/27/2013 | Sore left knee keeps Harper from lineup vs. O's
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper was held out of the starting lineup Monday against the Orioles as he deals with a sore left knee.
5/27/2013 | Power among the many tools Myers possesses
It is totally understandable that Rays fans want to see Wil Myers playing for the Major League club. At Triple-A Durham this season, he is hitting .259, with six home runs, 31 RBIs and three stolen bases. But lately he's really been turning on the hitting and power tools. In the last week alone, he raised his average and added to his home run total. He's currently on a roll.
5/27/2013 | Lawrie apologizes to teammates after outburst
Brett Lawrie attempted to make amends for his controversial actions during Sunday afternoon's game against the Orioles by addressing his teammates in a closed-door meeting on Monday.
5/27/2013 | Blanton doesn't believe he has anything to prove
The perception is that Blanton really has something to prove if he wants to remain in the Angels' rotation after Jered Weaver and Tommy Hanson return, but the veteran right-hander disagrees.
5/27/2013 | Hammel, hot bats lead O's past Nats in DC
Jason Hammel gave Baltimore's pitching staff a needed boost Monday as the Orioles topped the Nationals, 6-2. The right-hander pitched eight innings and allowed just two runs to earn the win and improve to 6-0 in his career against Washington.
5/27/2013 | Collins impressed with Ike's overall approach Sunday
It was one hit, well-placed on its path through the right side of the infield. But Mets manager Terry Collins believes Ike Davis' game-winning single Sunday night was the product of something even more significant.
5/27/2013 | Beachy, Walden continue road to return
Brandon Beachy, who is recovering from Tommy John surgery last June, will start for Class A Rome on Wednesday. Jordan Walden pitched for Triple-A Gwinnett in Monday's contest against Syracuse.
5/27/2013 | Papelbon not fazed in return to Fenway with Phils
As he sat in the visitors' dugout at Fenway Park on Monday before the Phillies' game against the Red Sox, Jonathan Papelbon didn't seem all that fazed about facing his former club.
5/27/2013 | Hand numbness shuts down Beckett's rehab
Injured pitcher Josh Beckett has been experiencing tingling and numbness in the fingers in his right hand, so the Dodgers have shut down the right-hander's throwing program. He will have an MRI exam on Tuesday.
5/27/2013 | Howard taking left knee issue day to day
Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard woke up Monday morning with his left knee sore, but less so than Sunday.
5/27/2013 | Farrell encouraged by Dempster's latest session
After a strong start to the season, Red Sox starter Ryan Dempster has strung together a trio of rough outings.
5/27/2013 | Joba set to be activated from DL on Tuesday
The Yankees plan to activate right-hander Joba Chamberlain from the disabled list before Tuesday's game against the Mets at Citi Field.
5/27/2013 | Tex, Youk on track to return to Yankees soon
With Mark Teixeira expected to report to Double-A Trenton on Wednesday and Kevin Youkilis not thought to be far behind, the Yankees may be in position to add reinforcement help to their roster by the upcoming weekend.
5/27/2013 | Straily shines as A's win Bay Bridge opener
A two-run home run by Josh Donaldson and a two-run double by Yoenis Cespedes backed Dan Straily's second straight solid start en route to Oakland's 4-1 win Monday against the San Francisco Giants.
5/27/2013 | Dunn welcomes role of shouldering offensive load
For the White Sox offense to work at its highest level, Adam Dunn has to produce in the middle of the order.
5/27/2013 | Given second chance, Murphy takes care of Yanks
For nearly eight full innings, this did not seem like the Mets' game. A misplayed pop fly led to a run against them. A sensational catch led to a robbed home run. A strong pitching performance resulted in a no-decision. But the Mets found a way to win on Daniel Murphy's tiebreaking single in the eighth inning Monday, leading the Mets to a 2-1 Subway Series victory over the Yankees.
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