5/25/2013 | Konerko recalls World Series matchup against Qualls
White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko faced Chad Qualls on Friday night, but it is a matchup between the two during the 2005 World Series that Konerko will remember for the rest of his life.
5/25/2013 | Overbay sparks tying rally, wins it in 11th
With the Yankees down to their final out, Lyle Overbay worked a crucial walk to set up a game-tying two-run rally, then homered in the 11th to lift New York to a 4-3 victory over the Rays at Tropicana Field.
5/25/2013 | Sale plays catch, will throw bullpen session Sunday
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale played catch from 100 feet in the outfield before Saturday's contest with the Marlins at U.S. Cellular Field and proclaimed himself ready to go for Tuesday's home start against the Cubs.
5/25/2013 | Gimenez starts again in place of injured Flowers
Tyler Flowers was out of Saturday's White Sox starting lineup because of back spasms, meaning reserve Hector Gimenez picked up a second straight start.
5/25/2013 | Danks hopes to be a better pitcher after long layoff
There were nothing but smiles coming from John Danks after his six-plus-inning, 76-pitch season debut for the White Sox in Friday night's extra-innings victory over the Marlins.
5/25/2013 | Doubles down, and that concerns Mattingly
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly is more concerned about his club's lack of doubles than its low number of home runs. The Dodgers were last in the Major Leagues in doubles before collecting four on Saturday, and their 32 homers are among the fewest in baseball.
5/25/2013 | Dodgers wary of wearing down Punto
Nick Punto's production has kept him in the lineup, despite concerns from Dodgers manager Don Mattingly that the veteran utility man could wear down too early in the season.
5/25/2013 | Hairston could return to lineup on Sunday
Jerry Hairston could return to the Dodgers as early as Sunday, if all goes well with his rehab game on Saturday with Class A Rancho Cucamonga.
5/25/2013 | Gonzalez homers, drives in three in win over Cards
Mark Ellis hit a go-ahead RBI double with two out in the sixth to build off Adrian Gonzalez's homer, double and three RBIs as the Dodgers beat the Cardinals, 5-3, at Dodger Stadium to win for the third time in their last five games.
5/25/2013 | Cain, Garland clash in finale of eventful series
With an early tussle atop the National League West standings underway, the Rockies and Giants will meet once more Sunday after a wild finish to Saturday's game set up a rubber match at AT&T Park.
5/25/2013 | Detwiler cleared to start vs. O's on Tuesday
Nationals left-hander Ross Detwiler's bullpen session went well on Saturday afternoon, and manager Davey Johnson said he has been cleared to start against the Orioles on Tuesday.
5/25/2013 | Ramirez exits game after outfield collision
Center fielder Wilkin Ramirez left Saturday's game against the Tigers after being involved in a collision with left fielder Josh Willingham in the sixth inning.
5/25/2013 | Twins use fast start to get back on track
P.J. Walters turned in a quality start in his season debut and was backed by a three-hit effort from Joe Mauer to lead the Twins to a 3-2 win over the Tigers and end a season-long 10-game losing streak Saturday at Comerica Park.
5/25/2013 | Wins piling up for Angels after sudden turnaround
For the first six weeks of this season, victory generally eluded the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Now, victory seems to be drawn, almost magnetically, to the Angels.
5/25/2013 | Kershaw, Miller square off in series finale
The Dodgers will look for a solid outing from Clayton Kershaw on Sunday as they take on the Cardinals in the series finale at Dodger Stadium. Shelby Miller will be on the hill for the Cardinals. Until one start ago, Miller and Kershaw were tied as the National League ERA leaders.
5/25/2013 | Corporan ready to serve as emergency third baseman
Had the Astros forced extra innings against the A's in Friday's 6-5 loss at Minute Maid Park, Carlos Corporan, the backup catcher, would have gone into the game at third base because Matt Dominguez and Jimmy Paredes were already out of the game.
5/25/2013 | With starting job in tow, Martinez heating up
J.D. Martinez's season was in jeopardy before it began. Cast off the original Opening Day roster after Spring Training before a last-minute injury pushed him up, "run producer" wasn't a word many would have used to describe the 25-year-old outfielder.
5/25/2013 | Back-to-back Triple Crowns in Miggy's sights
Could Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera become the first player to win back-to-back Triple Crowns? Entering Saturday's action, Cabrera led the Majors with a .388 average and 57 RBIs, while ranking second with 14 home runs.
5/25/2013 | Unstoppable Reds eye sweep behind ace Cueto
The Reds, riding a five-game winning streak, tab recently-returned Johnny Cueto in their series finale against the Cubs. Chicago sends Matt Garza to the hill for his second start of 2013.
5/25/2013 | Squeeze play, sizzling bats back Bailey's solid start
Cincy scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth -- one on a Derrick Robinson bunt -- on the way to a 5-2 win over the Cubs Saturday. Homer Bailey fanned eight and allowed two runs in six frames.
5/25/2013 | Lowrie's foot continues to show improvement
Jed Lowrie's contused right foot improved enough overnight to make him potentially available off the bench for the A's middle game against his former team, the Astros, on Saturday evening.
5/25/2013 | A's offense breaks out in rout of Astros
The A's continued to torment their new American League West opponents on Saturday evening, batting around the order in two innings against the host Astros in an 11-5 drubbing at Minute Maid Park.
5/25/2013 | Collins looking to jump-start Mets' offense
The Mets have had a few dead spots in their lineup this season, and manager Terry Collins is doing anything he can to fix them. New York has seen the ninth slot (.187) in the lineup account for a higher batting average than the fifth (.178) and the eighth slots (.179) this season.
5/25/2013 | Mets' bullpen should be fine for Saturday's games
The Mets found themselves in the odd position of starting their closer on Saturday, but manager Terry Collins said his bullpen should be fine. New York and Atlanta began play on Saturday with the ninth inning of a 5-5 tie game that got suspended late Friday night.
5/25/2013 | Williams leads Angels' bid for four-game sweep
The Angels look to extended their winning streak to eight by completing a four-game sweep in Kansas City on Sunday, with starter Jerome Williams opposing the Royals' Wade Davis.
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