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  • Matheny goes with his guy Wainwright as starter

    Matheny goes with his guy Wainwright as starter
    MINNEAPOLIS — To no one's surprise, Mariners ace Felix Hernandez was named the American League starter in Tuesday's All-Star Game. But Cardinals manager Mike Matheny had a much tougher choice and ultimately went with his own pitcher, Adam...
  • Around MLB

    Around MLB
    American League Central Division White Sox: Iron Gloves Awards: Sox outfielders entered weekend with 20 errors, second in majors behind Rangers' 21. Indians: You can fool some of the people some of the time, but Indians fans never were fooled...
  • Not all no-hitters come from baseball's most dominating pitchers

    Not all no-hitters come from baseball's most dominating pitchers
    They’re rare, though perhaps not as completely rare as you might believe. Josh Beckett’s no-hitter on Sunday was the 283rd thrown in major league history. When you think of the pitchers who have thrown no-nos, fireballers like Sandy Koufax,...
  • Jered Weaver, Angels defeat Mariners, 6-4

    Jered Weaver, Angels defeat Mariners, 6-4
    KEY MOMENT: Angels pitcher Jered Weaver walked .153-hitting No. 9 batter Brad Miller to load the bases with two outs in the fourth inning and threw a fastball to the backstop for a wild pitch that allowed the Mariners to trim the lead to 4-3. But the...
  • Angels can't get much going against Seattle, Felix Hernandez in loss, 3-2

    Angels can't get much going against Seattle, Felix Hernandez in loss, 3-2
    KEY MOMENT: With runners on second and third and two out in the second, Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson fell behind No. 8 hitter Mike Zunino with a three-ball count. Instead of walking Zunino to face .182-hitting Nick Franklin, Wilson caught too much of...
  • Angels' Albert Pujols gets first day off; Josh Hamilton nears return

    Angels' Albert Pujols gets first day off; Josh Hamilton nears return
    Albert Pujols was not in the starting lineup for the first time this season Thursday night, but the Angels first baseman said it was a scheduled day off and that he has not been slowed by any kind of injury. “They told me [Wednesday] that no...
  • Angels' timing troubles contribute to slump out of the break

    Angels' timing troubles contribute to slump out of the break
    The Angels are not in Texas anymore. Remember that four-game sweep of the lowly Rangers before the All-Star break, when the Angels scored 33 runs and 51 hits and went 17 for 43 (.395) with runners in scoring position? In 12 games since, including...
  • Sox take look at potential future in Sanchez debut

    CLEVELAND — The White Sox surveyed a potential future infielder when they called up Carlos Sanchez from Triple-A Charlotte to fill in for Sunday’s game against the Indians at Progressive Field. Sanchez was summoned after a back injury...
  • Hernandez, Wainwright named All-Star starters

    Seattle Mariners right-hander Felix Hernandez was named the starting pitcher for the American League for Tuesday's All-Star Game, while St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny gave the nod to his own ace, Adam Wainwright, over Los Angeles Dodgers left-...
  • Despite fans' criticism, Orioles' Adam Jones once again having All-Star year

    Despite fans' criticism, Orioles' Adam Jones once again having All-Star year
    There's a distinct dichotomy that surrounds Orioles center fielder Adam Jones in Baltimore. He is the club's most consistent performer and surely one of its most ardent community ambassadors. His No. 10 jersey is the most prevalent on any given night in...
  • Utley, Tanaka among MLB's first-half MVPs

    Utley, Tanaka among MLB's first-half MVPs
    The list of players who were the most valuable on their team through the first half of the 2014 baseball season includes usual suspects such as Andrew McCutchen, Troy Tulowitzki, Paul Goldschmidt, Felix Hernandez and David Price. As with every season,...