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  • Game roundup: Cardinals inch closer to postseason

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 2: New lede -- Cards-Reds; Adds Orioles-Red Sox, Brewers-Pirates, Mets-Braves, Mariners-Astros, Nationals-Marlins, Rays-White Sox Game roundup: Cardinals inch closer to postseason ST. LOUIS -- A rare offensive...
  • Jeter Wore Fame Like A Custom-Tailored Suit

    Jeter Wore Fame Like A Custom-Tailored Suit
    I was there at the start, for Derek Jeter's first game at Yankee Stadium on June 2, 1995. His name was first announced not by Bob Sheppard, but by Jerry Seinfeld, who borrowed the microphone and did the pregame lineups. I was there for most of the Jeter...
  • Marlins notes: Ozuna sprains ankles, out for last seven games

    MIAMI – It wasn't as gruesome as some of the other notable Marlins' injuries this season, but Marcell Ozuna turning his right ankle as he cruised into second base Sunday wasn't easy on the stomach. Diagnosed with a high ankle sprain, Ozuna will...
  • Sox's Sale to make final start in Detroit

    Sox's Sale to make final start in Detroit
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – White Sox fans will have to travel to Detroit if they want to see left-hander Chris Sale pitch again this season. Sox manager Robin Ventura announced Sunday that Sale will make just one more start this season, on Wednesday...
  • John Danks eager to end tough season on good note

    John Danks eager to end tough season on good note
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — White Sox left-hander John Danks has had his share of troubles in the second half of the season, so when he took a no-hitter into the sixth inning Sunday against the Rays, he relished just thinking about the possibility....
  • Happ becomes fifth Jays starter to reach 10 wins

    The Sports Xchange By Larry Millson, The Sports Xchange Happ becomes fifth Jays starter to reach 10 wins TORONTO -- The Blue Jays have had some pretty good starting rotations over the years. From 1996 through 1998, they won three consecutive...
  • Wainwright claims 20th win, Cardinals stay in front in win over Cubs

    CHICAGO If there is a nice, round number that allows Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright to look back on those dogged days of August when even games he won felt awry and see how far he's come as October approaches, it happened Monday. Hindsight is 20. With...
  • LaRoche Powers Nats Over Mets

    Nationals 4, Mets 2: Adam LaRoche hit a three-run homer in support of Tanner Roark's third straight victory as Washington remained hot by defeating visiting New York. Roark (15-10) allowed two runs and five hits without a walk over 6 1/3 innings before...
  • Preview: White Sox at Tigers

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: White Sox at Tigers The Detroit Tigers have to face one of the American League's top pitchers as they try to protect their slim AL Central lead Wednesday. The visiting Chicago White Sox send ace left-hander Chris Sale to the...
  • Clayton Kershaw has a date with MLB history as Dodgers try to clinch

    Job 1 for Clayton Kershaw on Wednesday: pitch the Dodgers to the National League West championship. He wins, and they clinch, with the San Francisco Giants on hand to witness the party. Win or lose, Kershaw can etch his name in baseball's record book,...
  • Preview: Giants at Dodgers

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have a magic number of one for winning the National League West and, appropriately, will have their magic man on the mound when they go for the division clincher. Clayton Kershaw seeks his major league-leading 21st victory as the...