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  • Maybin gives Braves walk-off win against Nationals, Scherzer

    ATLANTA Four years after legendary Yankees closer Mariano Rivera said Manny Banuelos was the best pitching prospect he'd seen, Banuelos looked almost worthy of such praise through five-plus innings of his major league debut Thursday for the Braves....
  • Late show not much fun for Cards in 7-1 loss to White Sox

    ST. LOUIS The American League, per usual, already had a sizable lead over the National League in interleague play this season. But then came the ultimate AL accomplishment the last two nights (and one morning) at Busch Stadium. The Chicago White Sox, who...
  • After one year and a spinal fusion, Matt Harrison to return to Rangers rotation

    BALTIMORE After a year and a spinal fusion in the lower lumbar region of his back, left-hander Matt Harrison will return to the Rangers rotation. Harrison, who made the last possible start of a 30-day rehab assignment on Wednesday, is scheduled to...
  • Former Pilots star PJ Higgins makes last stop on War Memorial field

    Former Pilots star PJ Higgins makes last stop on War Memorial field
    PJ Higgins called Peninsula Pilots coach Hank Morgan on Tuesday morning to ask if he could play in the Pilots' game against Martinsville that night. "I said, 'Uh, yeah. Come on, man. You don't have to ask that,'" Morgan said. Higgins, a key...
  • Phillies place Aaron Harang on DL; Maikel Franco voted NL Rookie of the Month

    Phillies place Aaron Harang on DL; Maikel Franco voted NL Rookie of the Month
    PHILADELPHIA — Aaron Harang wasn't going to command the type of return Cole Hamels or Jonathan Papelbon would, but he was still one of the pieces the Phillies were expected to deal before the trade deadline July 31. Maybe a prospect or two, cash...
  • Cubs spirits up as sweep lifts them into possibly pivotal homestand

    Cubs spirits up as sweep lifts them into possibly pivotal homestand
    NEW YORK — After reaching a low point late Sunday night in St. Louis, the Cubs regrouped and left Citi Field with some timely momentum. "Overall, we knew we had to pick it up, offensively and defensively," Jake Arrieta said Thursday after...
  • Dodgers spend big on international players

    Dodgers spend big on international players
    The rules of the new international signing period, which began Thursday, left the Dodgers with a choice: They could stay under their bonus-pool limit of about $2 million and keep their future options open, or they could blow past it with a flurry of...
  • Jerry Reinsdorf loyal to a fault in assessing Robin Ventura

    Jerry Reinsdorf loyal to a fault in assessing Robin Ventura
    Every day the White Sox cling to the status quo, the conundrum lingers on the South Side as nostalgia nudges one of baseball's most disappointing teams closer to irrelevance. Loyalty, more than anything, explains why the Sox continue to employ Robin...
  • A's, Graveman cruise past Rockies

    OAKLAND, Calif. The Class of 2012 had a bit of Turn Back the Clock night at the Coliseum on Monday in the Oakland A's 7-1 win over the Colorado Rockies. While pitcher Kendall Graveman was giving Oakland another tremendous start, Josh Reddick, Ike Davis...
  • Arizona Diamondbacks rally to beat Dodgers, 10-6

    Arizona Diamondbacks rally to beat Dodgers, 10-6
    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers had blown chances early and twice yielded the lead by the eighth inning, when Welington Castillo doubled to center off Pedro Baez to score Jake Lamb and give Arizona a decisive 7-6 lead. ON THE MOUND: Mike Bolsinger's exit, after...
  • Angels dealing with tension behind the scenes, report says

    Angels dealing with tension behind the scenes, report says
    All seemed well with the Angels on Monday night. Mike Trout did his usual Mike Trout things, smacking a solo home run in the third inning and making three superb catches in center field to highlight a 4-1 victory over the New York Yankees in Angel...