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  • Avila's RBI Single In 9th Lifts Tigers Past Yankees

    Avila's RBI Single In 9th Lifts Tigers Past Yankees
    Alex Avila drove a first-pitch slider off the right field wall in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday to give the Detroit Tigers a 3-2 win over the New York Yankees.  Avila's two-out blast off Shawn Kelley hit midway up the wall and out of the...
  • Angels still undecided on Saturday night starter vs. Athletics

    Angels still undecided on Saturday night starter vs. Athletics
    As the Angels begin a critical four-game series against American League West rival Oakland in Angel Stadium on Thursday night, they still hadn’t decided on a starting pitcher for Saturday night’s game against the Athletics. “We have...
  • Cubs just can't seem to handle Reds

    Cubs just can't seem to handle Reds
    CINCINNATI — If and when the Cubs elbow themselves into contention in upcoming seasons, they might want to concentrate on at least breaking even with the National League Central-rival Reds. The Reds have beaten the Cubs 11 of 16 games this...
  • Braves' Venters will need third Tommy John surgery if he hopes to pitch again

    NEW YORK Jonny Venters and the Braves got the news they feared and hated to hear when an MRI exam showed the left-hander has again torn the reconstructed ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing elbow and will require a third Tommy John surgery if he...
  • Kyle Schwarber and Victor Caratini catching on fine

    From an offensive standpoint, there was no doubt the Cubs upgraded their minor league catching depth with the selection of Kyle Schwarber in the first round of the June amateur draft and the acquisition of Victor Caratini from the Braves' organization...
  • Sox prospect Bassitt to make MLB debut Saturday

    Sox prospect Bassitt to make MLB debut Saturday
    White Sox right-handed pitching prospect Chris Bassitt will make his major league debut Saturday in the second game of a doubleheader against the Tigers. Sox manager Robin Ventura said Bassitt also will remain with the Sox as part of September roster...
  • Bonifacio has 4 hits, Minor strong again in 6-1 win over Mets

    NEW YORK For those who were still skeptical of Braves pitcher Mike Minor after his performance Friday at Cincinnati, where he took a no-hitter to the eighth inning, his seven-plus innings of four-hit ball Thursday against the Mets should help erase any...
  • Monster August re-affirms Yelich's future as middle of the order bat

    The Marlins got nine games and 35 at-bats out of projected leadoff hitter Rafael Furcal. They found a replacement in Christian Yelich. In turning himself into one of the league's most productive table-setters, Yelich merely re-affirmed what the Marlins...
  • Avila's ninth-inning hit lifts Tigers past Yankees

    Avila's ninth-inning hit lifts Tigers past Yankees DETROIT -- Alex Avila didn't know if the ball was gone, but he had a good idea the game was over. Avila creamed a first-pitch slider off the right field wall -- just high enough that fast-...
  • Miami Marlins - PlayerWatch

    SS Adeiny Hechavarria collected at least three hits in a game for the sixth time this season Wednesday night against the Los Angeles Angels. Hechavarria went 3-for-3 and hit his first home run of year, a solo drive in the third inning off left-hander...
  • Phillies president on medical leave; Gillick in charge of Phillies

    David Montgomery, the Phillies' president and CEO since 1997, will take a medical leave of absence amid a tumultuous time for the franchise. Former general manager Pat Gillick, the architect of the 2008 world-champion Phillies, will assume Montgomery's...