5/30/2013 | As they find stride, Halos know time on their side
The Angels are 25-29, 8 1/2 games behind the front-running Rangers. As Mike Trout put it, beaming, "We're getting there." He's no grizzled veteran, but the kid knows that 54 games played means 108 remain -- and that's a lot of time to make up ground.
5/30/2013 | Teixeira, Youkilis champing at bit to return
Yankees infielders Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis are eager to return to the Bronx and their positions at first base and third base, respectively.
5/30/2013 | Six-run sixth propels Astros in finale vs. Rox
Lucas Harrell limited the damage early and the Astros came alive with a six-run sixth to down the Rockies, 7-5, on Thursday at Coors Field.
5/30/2013 | Colome dazzles in debut; Rays win fifth straight
Alex Colome's pitching, coupled with home runs by Matt Joyce and James Loney, led the Rays to a 5-2 win over the Marlins on Thursday night in front of 23,199 at Marlins Park.
5/30/2013 | Four homers later, Twins secure fourth straight win
The Twins homered four times off former Minnesota right-hander Kyle Lohse, including three times in the fourth inning, en route to an 8-6 win over the Brewers on Thursday night at Target Field.
5/30/2013 | Sox bats awaken, back Morales' solid '13 debut
Lefty Franklin Morales' 2013 debut was a solid one, as he helped lead the Red Sox to a 9-2 victory over the Phillies on Thursday night in the finale of a unique four-game set, in which the teams played two games in each city. David Ortiz and Jonny Gomes ripped solo shots and Jarrod Saltalamacchia finished with three RBIs.
5/30/2013 | Garcia's gem gives O's Beltways bragging rights
The Orioles relied on the dominant pitching of Freddy Garcia on Thursday, edging the Nationals, 2-0, at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Baltimore took three out of four games in the Battle of the Beltways, including the pair of games at home.
5/30/2013 | Gee sensational as Mets sweep Subway Series
Dillon Gee delivered 7 1/3 dominant innings against the Yankees on Thursday night, leading the Mets to a 3-1 victory, their fifth in a row, and their first season Subway Series sweep in history.
5/30/2013 | Back spasms keep Hamilton out of starting lineup
Josh Hamilton was a late scratch from the Angels' lineup on Thursday, though he came in as a defensive replacement in the eighth inning of the Angels' 3-2 win in the Freeway Series finale.
5/30/2013 | Family man Brett finds time is right to start coaching
George Brett has business interests and loves to play golf, but the main reason he never before accepted a chance to become a coach for the Royals was his family.
5/30/2013 | Respect remains strong between Pujols, McGwire
While the dynamics between Mark McGwire and Albert Pujols have changed throughout the years, the mutual admiration and respect has been a constant between the longtime friends.
5/30/2013 | Oswalt making good strides in Double-A
Three-time All-Star right-hander Roy Oswalt made dramatic strides from his first start with Double-A Tulsa to Wednesday night's six-inning, six-strikeout performance.
5/30/2013 | Tribe tops Reds with remarkable seven-run inning
Scott Kazmir allowed one run in seven innings, and the Tribe rewarded him with seven runs in the fourth, all of which were scored with two outs, to top the Reds, 7-1, on Thursday.
5/30/2013 | One day after exiting DL, Plouffe back on it
The Twins placed Trevor Plouffe on the 15-day disabled list with a strained left calf Thursday, just one day after he was activated from the seven-day concussion disabled list. Chris Colabello was called back up to replace Plouffe on the roster.
5/30/2013 | Luhnow happy with Cosart's progress in Triple-A
Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow said Thursday he believes top pitching prospect Jarred Cosart is close to being ready for the big leagues.
5/30/2013 | Hamstring strain sends Kemp to 15-day DL
The Dodgers placed center fielder Matt Kemp on the 15-day disabled list on Thursday, the result of a mild right hamstring strain, and catcher Tim Federowicz was recalled from Triple-A Albuquerque.
5/30/2013 | Lohse faces former team but few familiar faces
Thursday night serves as a homecoming of sorts for Kyle Lohse. But it is more akin to visiting your parents after they have moved out of your childhood home. It's familiar but at the same time really different.
5/30/2013 | Westbrook hoping to make rehab start next week
Encouraged by how good his elbow felt while throwing on Thursday, Jake Westbrook said he is hopeful of making his first Minor League rehab appearance as early as next Tuesday.
5/30/2013 | Vargas keeps rolling as Angels edge Dodgers
Jason Vargas continued his dominance in the month of May, Howie Kendrick scored three times and the Angels defeated the Dodgers, 3-2, on Thursday night at Angel Stadium.
5/30/2013 | Ichiro's night off merely a breather
Ichiro Suzuki was out of the starting lineup for the Yankees' series finale against the Mets in the Bronx on Thursday night. The outfielder went 2-for-4 in Wednesday night's 9-4 loss and was 4-for-11 in the first three games of the Subway Series.
5/30/2013 | Choo comfortable in center, especially at Progressive
Especially now that he's at the relatively new position of center field for the Reds, Shin-Soo Choo likes to take extra time at each ballpark before a series to study the outfield, the fences and how the balls play off the bat.
5/30/2013 | Yanks lock in Pettitte's return for Monday
Yankees manager Joe Girardi announced on Thursday that veteran lefty Andy Pettitte will return from the disabled list and take the mound on Monday against the Indians.
5/30/2013 | Harper eyes return in series opener in Atlanta
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper is aiming to return to the lineup Friday against Atlanta, manager Davey Johnson said before Thursday's game against the Orioles.
5/30/2013 | Coghlan thriving in everyday role atop lineup
All Chris Coghlan needed was some consistency. Since Marlins manager Mike Redmond inserted Coghlan into the everyday lineup on May 18, the 2009 National League Rookie of the Year has shined.
5/30/2013 | Quintanilla up as Mets place Tejada on DL
Ruben Tejada's assignment to the disabled list on Thursday came at a most inopportune time for the shortstop, and there are no guarantees his starting job will be waiting for him when he returns. Mets manager Terry Collins indicated that Omar Quintanilla, who joined the team on Thursday from Triple-A Las Vegas, could steal playing time from Tejada.
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