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Johan Santana

Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets.
Starting left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets. « Show less

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  • McCann Homer, Bullpen Lead Yankees Over Orioles 5-4

    McCann Homer, Bullpen Lead Yankees Over Orioles 5-4
    NEW YORK (AP) — Brian McCann hit an early two-run homer, Andrew Miller got his major league-leading 13th save and the New York Yankees held on to beat the Baltimore Orioles 5-4 Friday night after taking a quick five-run lead.
  • Cruz hits 14th HR, Hernandez pitches Mariners past Angels

    Nelson Cruz and Felix Hernandez are both off to a scintillating start, and that combination was too much for the Los Angeles Angels to overcome. Cruz hit his major league-leading 14th home run hours after being selected AL Player of the Month for April,...

    Johan Santana pitches 2 innings in 1st outing of comeback attempt

    Johan Santana pitches 2 innings in 1st outing of comeback attempt
    CARACAS, Venezuela -- Johan Santana retired six straight batters on Tuesday night in the Venezuelan Winter League, the first outing for the two-time AL Cy Young Award winner since he tore an Achilles tendon last June. Starting for the Magallanes...

    What you need to know about how free agency affects the Orioles

    What you need to know about how free agency affects the Orioles
    The San Francisco Giants won their third World Series in five years Wednesday night when they defeated the Kansas City Royals, 3-2, in Game 7. But the important thing here is that the end of the series means the start of free agency. Players with no...

    Orioles decline longtime outfielder Nick Markakis' $17.5 million option for 2015

    Orioles decline longtime outfielder Nick Markakis' $17.5 million option for 2015
    As expected, the Orioles on Friday declined their $17.5 million option for 2015 on right fielder Nick Markakis, essentially making the team’s longest-tenured player a free agent. Markakis will receive a $2 million buyout as part of a six-year,...