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Justin Morneau

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  • Final day of the 2014 season is a beautiful day for baseball

    The clock had just struck 10 on Sunday morning, the dawn of a classic day of baseball. This was Game 162, and not one postseason matchup was set. The Dodgers did not know what team they would play. But they knew they were in the playoffs, and their...
  • Dodgers beat Colorado Rockies, 7-4

    Dodgers beat Colorado Rockies, 7-4
    KEY MOMENT: Darwin Barney's pinch single to open the sixth inning sparked a six-run rally that included a bunt single from Dee Gordon, a run-scoring single from Scott Van Slyke, two-RBI hits from Justin Turner and Juan Uribe and a sacrifice fly from...
  • A Timeline Of Derek Jeter's Career

    A Timeline Of Derek Jeter's Career
    A look at Derek Jeter's career on the big stage in the Bronx: 1992 – On June 1, the Yankees select Derek Jeter, high school shortstop from Kalamazoo, Mich., with the sixth pick in the draft. "Derek Jeter was the best athlete available when we...
  • deGrom's Scoreless Outing Leads Mets Over Rockies

    Mets 2, Rockies 0: Rookie Jacob deGrom struck out nine in a career-high eight scoreless innings as New York extended Colorado's miseries on the road. DeGrom (8-6) scattered three hits and retired the final 14 batters he faced to improve to 7-1 over his...
  • Exactly as ugly as it sounds: Dodgers pounded by Rockies, 16-2

    Exactly as ugly as it sounds: Dodgers pounded by Rockies, 16-2
    Ol' Blue Eyes had nothing on these Dodgers. Riding high in April, shot down in May? Try riding high Monday, shot down by Wednesday. That’s some serious maneuvering. That’s life for the Dodgers at the moment. Feeling like they’re on the...
  • Red Sox Blown Out By Pirates

    PITTSBURGH -- Francisco Liriano had a difficult time throwing strikes. Yet with the way the Pittsburgh Pirates are playing, it didn't matter. Liriano won his third straight start, first baseman Ike Davis hit a three-run home run and backup shortstop...
  • Baseball notes: Injury clouds Justin Morneau's bid for NL batting title

    Baseball notes: Injury clouds Justin Morneau's bid for NL batting title
    Colorado first baseman Justin Morneau was out of the lineup Saturday after suffering a strained muscle in the left side of his rib cage Friday against St. Louis, an injury that could jeopardize his bid for the National League batting title. Morneau, 33,...
  • Dodgers crushed in 10-4 loss to Rockies

    Dodgers crushed in 10-4 loss to Rockies
    So it won’t be easy, or pretty, as the Dodgers try to wrap up the National League West. Against the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday, there were missed scoring chances by the inning, some lousy baserunning, misbegotten throws, an error, a wild pitch...
  • Dodgers' Dan Haren roughed up by Rockies in 10-4 loss

    If Hyun-Jin Ryu can't pitch in October, Dan Haren will be the Dodgers' No. 3 starter in the playoffs. The potential downside of that was showcased Tuesday night, when Haren was charged with five runs in five innings of a 10-4 defeat to the Colorado...
  • Twins Out; Rock Cats Affiliate With Colorado Rockies

    With the uncertainty of a move to Hartford hanging over the New Britain Rock Cats, the Minnesota Twins decided Wednesday to end their 20-year relationship with the Eastern League franchise. As the Twins were switching their Double A home to Chattanooga,...
  • Mets Shutout Rockies On Back-To-Back Nights

    Mets Shutout Rockies On Back-To-Back Nights
    By Jerry Beach, The Sports Xchange NEW YORK -- Rafael Montero earned his first major league win Wednesday night, when the rookie right-hander tossed 5 1/3 strong innings and combined with four relievers on a four-hitter as the New York Mets beat the...