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Kurt Suzuki

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  • Wacha helps Cardinals hold off Twins for 3-2 victory

    ST. LOUIS Despite battling through two rain delays, starter Michael Wacha was able to fend off the Minnesota Twins in the Cardinals' 3-2 victory Tuesday afternoon. Wacha (9-2), who pitched 61/3 innings, gave up a leadoff single in the first to Brian...
  • College World Series: Can Fullerton set Omaha hearts aflutter?

    College World Series: Can Fullerton set Omaha hearts aflutter?
    The people of Omaha like their steaks big and their college baseball programs small. That's why Cal State Fullerton probably will have strong support at the College World Series beginning Sunday when the Titans open against defending national champion...
  • Vargas walk-off homer lifts Twins over Cardinals, 2-1

    MINNEAPOLIS Two struggling hitters. Two big blasts. One big win. The Twins looked destined for a crushing loss at Target Field on Thursday. They were stymied by Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia into the seventh inning. Mike Pelfrey seemed to be headed to...
  • Olmedo-Barrera ends drought, doubt for Cal State Fullerton baseball

    Olmedo-Barrera ends drought, doubt for Cal State Fullerton baseball
    What was supposed to have been one of the most thrilling occasions of his life instead seemed to drag on forever. That’s the way Cal State Fullerton junior David Olmedo-Barrera described the moments shortly after the 6-foot-1, 205-pound designated...
  • Young flirts with no-hitter as Royals top Twins, 2-0

    MINNEAPOLIS Chris Young sauntered through the clamor of the Royals clubhouse, pantomiming his delivery hours before taking the mound. He pronated his right elbow as he crossed the room. At his locker, he raised his left leg and mimicked his follow-...
  • Pelfrey Helps Twins Keep Winning, 2-1 Over Red Sox

    Pelfrey Helps Twins Keep Winning, 2-1 Over Red Sox
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Mike Pelfrey was sharp for seven innings, Trevor Plouffe and Kurt Suzuki hit back-to-back RBI doubles in the first inning, and the Minnesota Twins held on to beat the Boston Red Sox 2-1 on Tuesday night. After rain delayed the...
  • Hector Noesi finding it tough to succeed with such a light workload

    Hector Noesi finding it tough to succeed with such a light workload
    MINNEAPOLIS — White Sox right-hander Hector Noesi woke up with a sore neck Saturday morning, the first of several sore spots in his day. Limited a bit by the discomfort, he said, he was charged with five runs on five hits — including two...
  • Saturday's recap: Twins 5, White Sox 3

    Saturday's recap: Twins 5, White Sox 3
    The summary White Sox right-hander Hector Noesi was charged with five runs on five hits in 41/3 innings Saturday at Target Field on the way to a 5-3 loss to the Twins, the Sox's fourth setback in a row. At the plate Avisail Garcia was 2-for-4 with...
  • Reales, Atléticos, Medias Rojas y Toronto comienzan arrolladores

    Reales, Atléticos, Medias Rojas y Toronto comienzan arrolladores
    Houston (EEUU), 7 abr (EFE).- La jornada inaugural en la Liga Americana comenzó con victorias convincentes de los Reales de Kansas City, que defienden el banderín de campeones, Medias Rojas de Boston, en el primer partido de interligas, Orioles de...
  • Marlins looking for Saltalamacchia to get defensive

    Marlins looking for Saltalamacchia to get defensive
    Offensively, Jarrod Saltalamacchia in his first season with the Marlins left plenty to be desired. Yet neither the.220 average nor.681 on-base plus slugging percentage nor career-high 143 strikeouts are keeping the Marlins awake at night. Teams can...
  • Welington Castillo, Cubs at catching crossroads

    Welington Castillo, Cubs at catching crossroads
    As the questions increased in September, Welington Castillo started showing more signs that he could be a part of the Cubs’ future. The biggest question could be whether Castillo, 27, could provide enough offensive and defensive production to...