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  • Game roundup: Kershaw wins No. 19; Dodgers beat Giants

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Final update: Orioles-Yankees; will stand Game roundup: Kershaw wins No. 19; Dodgers beat Giants SAN FRANCISCO -- Matt Kemp broke open a pitchers' duel between left-hander Clayton Kershaw and righty Yusmeiro Petit with...
  • Papelbon suspended for gesture, bumping umpire

    (Reuters) - Philadelphia Phillies' closer Jonathan Papelbon has been suspended seven games and fined an undisclosed amount for making an obscene gesture and bumping an umpire, Major League Baseball said on Monday. The incidents occurred on Sunday as...
  • Papelbon denies making obscene gesture

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Philadelphia Phillies - INSIDE PITCH PHILADELPHIA -- Second base umpire Joe West thought Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon made an obscene gesture toward the booing Philadelphia fans after Papelbon had blown a three-...
  • Marlins rally against Papelbon, Phillies

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Neiburg, The Sports Xchange Marlins rally against Papelbon, Phillies PHILADELPHIA -- Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond didn't get a good look as to what was going on along the first base line when Philadelphia Phillies...
  • Papelbon blows save, gets ejected as Marlins rally past Phillies

    Papelbon blows save, gets ejected as Marlins rally past Phillies
    PHILADELPHIA — Earlier this season Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon said he enjoys hearing boos rain down from the Citizens Bank Park faithful. If that's true, he must have enjoyed the sounds Sunday in South Philadelphia after he blew a save to...
  • Yankees 3, Rays 2

    Yankees 3, Rays 2: Brandon McCarthy yielded two runs and four hits over seven innings as visiting New York took advantage of only four hits to edge Tampa Bay and avoid a three-game sweep. McCarthy (10-14) has enjoyed some success throughout his major-...
  • Phillies shut out by Cashner, Padres

    SAN DIEGO Two of the worst offenses in baseball convened Monday at a half-empty stadium in California, and they flailed at pitches for 2 hours and 9 minutes. The result, a 1-0 San Diego Padres win with a total of five hits from the two teams and zero...
  • Game roundup: Ramos homers as Nationals blank Mets

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Update 2: adds Twins-White Sox; Tigers-Indians; Marlins-Phillies; Cardinals-Rockies; Red Sox-Royals Game roundup: Ramos homers as Nationals blank Mets NEW YORK -- Catcher Wilson Ramos hit a two-run homer to snap a...
  • Bob Ford: In sports, winning always takes precedence

    If the NFL selected a Fan of the Week, serious consideration would have to go to the young woman who was photographed Sunday near TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis while wearing an Adrian Peterson jersey and holding a stripped down tree branch in her...
  • MLB suspends umpire West one game in Papelbon incident

    MLB suspends umpire West one game in Papelbon incident
    Major League Baseball suspended umpire Joe West for one game without pay on Wednesday for grabbing the jersey of Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon. “Joe West handled himself appropriately in ejecting Papelbon after the player's lewd...
  • The Times' baseball rankings

    The Times' baseball rankings
    Last week’s ranking in parentheses; statistics are through Friday’s games:   1. ANGELS: Players left from last playoff appearance (2009): Jered Weaver, Howie Kendrick, Erick Aybar, Kevin Jepsen. (1)   2. BALTIMORE: Drug suspension ends Chris...