10/26/2012 | Les Smith, part of first Mariners ownership, dies
Les Smith, a part of the original Mariners ownership group that brought Major League Baseball back to Seattle, passed away on Wednesday at 93, according to The Associated Press.
10/26/2012 | 'Bucks on the Pond' trivia program a smash hit
The hit MLB.com game show "Bucks on the Pond" debuted in the second half of this season, with shows released every Tuesday and Thursday, including several postseason editions. A Fall Classic episode is coming on Tuesday, but for now, enjoy something new -- the first "Best of Bucks" highlight show.
10/25/2012 | Pagan steals everyone free taco at Taco Bell
Angel Pagan's stolen base in the eighth inning of the Giants' 2-0 victory in Game 2 of the World Series on Thursday night won everyone in the country a free Doritos Locos Taco from Taco Bell.
10/25/2012 | Bogar's time with Red Sox comes to an end
Tim Bogar's four-year tenure as a coach for the Red Sox has ended, MLB.com has confirmed. The team informed Bogar of the decision not to retain him on Thursday.
10/25/2012 | Former Tigers pitcher Mueller passes away at 93
Former Tigers pitcher Leslie Mueller passed away Thursday at the age of 93, according to a report from The Associated Press.
10/25/2012 | Long layoff a factor for Tigers' pitchers, too
The Tigers spent last weekend trying to combat the effects of a five-day break between the American League Championship Series and the World Series, and manager Jim Leyland was worried about how it would affect his pitchers.
10/25/2012 | Injured Giants fan Stow attends World Series
Bryan Stow was at AT&T Park to root on the Giants in Thursday's Game 2 of the World Series against the Tigers.
10/25/2012 | Giants' hurlers pitching in on offense, too
The Giants' pitchers have been doing themselves favors this October, providing offense to the tune of a record four-game hitting streak that includes RBIs in each of those four postseason games.
10/25/2012 | Bonds enjoys watching Giants' Game 1 stars
Barry Bonds was in the house for Game 1 of the World Series on Wednesday night at AT&T Park, seated in his usual seats just behind home plate, and was thrilled to see the performances turned in by Barry Zito and Pablo Sandoval.
10/25/2012 | Homer three-peat earns Panda high praise
Venezuela president Hugo Chavez saluted his slugging countryman after Pablo Sandoval hit his third home run in Wednesday's Game 1 of the World Series.
10/25/2012 | Ryan wins Fielding Bible Award at short
Brendan Ryan had a tough year at the plate in 2012, but the Mariners shortstop delivered in a big way in the field and it paid off with his first Fielding Bible Award on Thursday.
10/25/2012 | Pirates claim pitcher Beck, catcher Solis off waivers
The Pirates acquired a fresh battery through waivers on Thursday, claiming right-hander Chad Beck from the Blue Jays and catcher Ramon Solis from the Padres.
10/25/2012 | Lincecum emergency-only option for Game 2
The Giants are not expecting to have Tim Lincecum available out of the bullpen for Thursday's Game 2 of the World Series against the Tigers after he threw 32 pitches in relief in Game 1.
10/25/2012 | Sabathia undergoes surgery to remove bone spur
CC Sabathia underwent arthroscopic surgery to remove a bone spur in his left elbow on Thursday. The left-hander is expected to make a full recovery prior to the start of the 2013 regular season.
10/25/2012 | Zimmerman has surgery on right shoulder
Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman had arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder on Thursday, and should be ready for Spring Training.
10/25/2012 | Cards not expected to re-sign Lohse, Berkman
Though not officially closing the door to negotiating with either, general manager John Mozeliak gave no indication that the Cardinals will pursue free-agents-to-be Lance Berkman and Kyle Lohse.
10/25/2012 | For first time as big leaguer, Loney's future in limbo
The Red Sox won't close the door on bringing back James Loney, but he's more of a Plan B, someone to be looked at later in the offseason if there's still a need at first base.
10/25/2012 | Padres prospect Freiman looks to raise his game
Finding comfort on a baseball field has never been a problem for Padres first-base prospect Nate Freiman, who has proved his worth by clubbing 71 home runs in his first four professional seasons.
10/25/2012 | After '13, Hudson's future with Braves uncertain
Though the Braves might not have been easy to root for due to the many lousy teams they had during the majority of his childhood, Tim Hudson has always had a connection with the club.
10/25/2012 | Panda's Game 1 fireworks light up social media
Pablo Sandoval's historic performance in Game 1 of the World Series had fans across the world buzzing on social media Wednesday night.
10/25/2012 | MLB dignitaries show appreciation for veterans
Game 2 of the World Series is dedicated to Welcome Back Veterans, and prior to Thursday's game at AT&T Park, Giants legend Will Clark, Commissioner Bud Selig, Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry, Hall of Fame broadcaster Jerry Coleman and Giants president Larry Baer visited the San Francisco V.A. Medical Center.
10/25/2012 | Series deficit magnifies bullpen issues for Tigers
Suddenly, it's the bullpen again. It was always lurking there in the background for the Detroit Tigers, a small problem with the potential to become a big one.
10/25/2012 | This time, Giants enjoying enviable position
Dancing in the streets of San Francisco might be mildly premature, but at this point it would also be completely understandable.
10/25/2012 | Bochy, Giants living charmed life so far
There were hints galore Thursday night that these Giants are truly a team of destiny, a team playing under a mystical spell it hopes never ends.
10/25/2012 | Did you know? World Series Game 2: SF 2, DET 0
A look at some notable facts and figures from the San Francisco Giants' 2-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers in Game 2 of the World Series at AT&T Park on Thursday night.
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