5/15/2013 | Rivera's roots shaping his baseball farewell
As he puts the finishing touches on a baseball career bound to take him to the Hall of Fame, Mariano Rivera chooses to say goodbye without the fanfare and festivities, but rather by reaching out to the grassroots of baseball, the so-called "little people" who do such big jobs to make baseball what it is.
5/15/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 15
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/15/2013 | MLB Notebook: Segura, Gomez quite the duo
The production of the Brewers shortstop-center field combination of Jean Segura and Carlos Gomez has put each player near the top of the National League leaderboard in several statistical categories.
5/15/2013 | Refuting report, Marmol happy to be in Chicago
Carlos Marmol could only laugh at an Internet report Wednesday in which someone overheard the Cubs pitcher saying he wanted out of Chicago and a fresh start.
5/15/2013 | Nathan navigates tense 10th as Rangers edge A's
Adrian Beltre and Mitch Moreland homered off reliever Chris Resop in the 10th inning, and Joe Nathan converted a tense save to give the Rangers a 6-5 victory over the A's on Tuesday night in Oakland.
5/15/2013 | Melvin ejected from matchup with Rangers
A's manager Bob Melvin was ejected from Tuesday night's game against the Rangers after arguing a close play on Daric Barton's groundout that ended the eighth inning of a tied game.
5/15/2013 | Segura proving he's for real with Trout-like numbers
How good has Jean Segura been during the first six weeks of his first full Major League season? He has been Mike Trout-good. In this, Segura's first full season in the Majors, he has been something else. He has been Trout-like, and then some.
5/15/2013 | Moore of the same: Lefty notches seventh win
Matt Moore became the first Rays pitcher to start a season 7-0 in his club's 5-3 win over the Red Sox on Tuesday night.
5/14/2013 | Shutdown 'pen the main reason for Yanks' success
The closer you look, the more the 2013 Yankees look like a mirage. Until you look at their bullpen. The Yanks have MLB's second-best record despite the seventh-best run differential thanks to the fact they just don't lose leads.
5/14/2013 | Corbin improves to 6-0 as D-backs shut out Braves
Tossing seven scoreless innings and allowing just three hits while striking out five, Patrick Corbin won his sixth game of the year Tuesday as the D-backs snapped their three-game losing streak by shutting out the Braves, 2-0.
5/14/2013 | Star power: Halos ride homers to win vs. Royals
A barrage of home runs coupled with a strong pitching performance led the Angels to a 6-2 win over the Royals on Tuesday night at Angel Stadium.
5/14/2013 | Umpire Culbreth hit by foul ball, forced to exit game
Umpire Fieldin Culbreth, working home plate in Tuesday night's game between the Pirates and the Brewers, was forced to leave in the 11th inning with an apparent injury to his left collarbone.
5/14/2013 | KC to play five-game series vs. Tigers in August
There will be a five-game series at Detroit because a rainout on April 23 has been rescheduled as part of a split doubleheader on Aug. 16 at Comerica Park.
5/14/2013 | Rendon rakes after return to Minors from Nats
When the Nationals optioned third baseman Anthony Rendon back to Double-A Harrisburg on May 3, he didn't pout. Instead, he hit.
5/14/2013 | Parra shares laugh with Upton during return
D-backs outfielder Gerardo Parra warned Justin Upton not to try and challenge his arm during the game Monday night.
5/14/2013 | Dome-field advantage: Joyce's quirky hit lifts Rays
On a Tuesday night that saw Matt Moore notch his American League-leading seventh win, few could dispute the fact that the pendulum is finally swinging in the Rays' direction after Matt Joyce's Roman-candle single proved to be the difference in a 5-3 win over the Red Sox.
5/14/2013 | Melky, Dickey drive Blue Jays past Giants
Melky Cabrera reached base in every at-bat, going 4-for-5 with two runs and two RBIs, while R.A. Dickey pitched like an ace as the Blue Jays defeated the Giants, 10-6, Tuesday at Rogers Centre.
5/14/2013 | Weaver feels good, but will need rehab starts
Angels ace Jered Weaver felt good after a 60-pitch, high-intensity bullpen session on Tuesday afternoon. So good, in fact, that if it were up to him, his next step -- an 80-pitch session which will be broken up in 20-pitch installments scheduled for Friday -- will be his last before returning to the Angels' rotation.
5/14/2013 | Bullpen wilts after hobbled Felix stifles Yankees
Former Yankees outfielder Raul Ibanez hit a two-run home run and longtime Yankees killer Felix Hernandez threw another gem, but the Mariners couldn't take advantage as they dropped a 4-3 decision to New York on Tuesday in the opening game of a three-game series in the Bronx.
5/14/2013 | After Felix's exit, Yanks pounce on Mariners
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez left Tuesday's game with a two-run lead after six innings, and the Yankees used a key seventh-inning rally to earn a 4-3 victory.
5/14/2013 | McCann quickly regaining timing at the plate
The veteran Braves catcher has made a good impression during his first week back at the Major League level.
5/14/2013 | Staked to early lead, Bailey goes distance
Xavier Paul's bases-clearing double capped a five-run second inning that gave Homer Bailey all the support he would need, as the Reds beat the Marlins, 6-2, before 14,694 at Marlins Park on Tuesday night.
5/14/2013 | Story of Hamilton, Angels turning into a bad movie
For the millions of baseball fans in Southern California, there are no special effects fancy enough to make them buy into the Angels as World Series contenders. Not now. Perhaps a script doctor will swoop in before it gets too late. This club will not make any kind of run at the playoffs unless Josh Hamilton gets his head out of the clouds.
5/14/2013 | Blue Jays move Morrow's start to Saturday
Brandon Morrow's next start will once again be pushed back a few more days. Morrow, who's been dealing with some tightness in his back and neck, is now slated to pitch Saturday against the Yankees in the Bronx.
5/14/2013 | Santos to have cleanup surgery on elbow
Sergio Santos will have surgery on his ailing right elbow by the end of the week. Santos, who's been on the disabled list since April 14, will have surgery to clean up some loose bodies and bone spurs in the throwing arm.
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