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  • Pitchers rule early, shutouts pile up all over big leagues

    By the time the San Francisco Giants eked out a run in the 12th inning, it was too late. The brand new scoreboard at Petco Park had already run out of room for more zeros. Seems like a pretty common problem all over the majors. When Tim Hudson and a...
  • Sean O'Sullivan to face Max Scherzer Sunday; Domonic Brown rehabbing

    Sean O'Sullivan to face Max Scherzer Sunday; Domonic Brown rehabbing
    Sunday marks the first time this season the Phillies need to use their fifth starter and they finally announced who will toe the rubber. Right-hander Sean O’Sullivan will get the start opposite the Washington Nationals’ Max Scherzer....
  • Openers: A-Rod cheered, rain delay booed, Big Papi stays put

    Alex Rodriguez got cheered at Yankee Stadium, a rain delay got booed in Miami, and David Ortiz got a quick introduction to baseball's new speed-up rules. It was opening day all across the majors Monday, and pitchers were in command early. Oakland right-...
  • On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day

    On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day
    The end of the college basketball season, and the fact you can probably see your mailbox again, are the clearest signs baseball season is upon us. The Red Sox, Yankees and Mets got it going with Monday afternoon games and sadly have only 161 games left to...
  • Colon Goes Six Innings And Mets Beat Nationals 3-1

    Colon Goes Six Innings And Mets Beat Nationals 3-1
    Max Scherzer took a no-hitter into the sixth inning of his Washington debut but was unable to overcome two costly errors by shortstop Ian Desmond, and the New York Mets beat the Nationals 3-1 in their season opener Monday. Bartolo Colon pitched six...
  • Drew Sharp: Price shows why he's Tigers' ace in opening gem

    That sound emanating from Comerica Park as David Price mowed down Minnesota Twins hitters Monday afternoon was a cash register ringing up the cost of an elite starting pitcher. Price pitched his first Opening Day as a Tiger. It very well could be his...
  • Play ball! Kershaw, Trout, Bumgarner all set for opening day

    No team lost more games in spring training than the champion San Francisco Giants, hardly any pitcher struggled more than World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner. So what? Throw out those stats — it's time to play ball for real. Come Monday, Clayton...
  • LEADING OFF: Hurry up, it's opening day! Aces and A-Rod, too

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ SPEED IT UP Major League Baseball's new pace of play rules are in effect. We'll see whether Red Sox slugger David Ortiz can stick in the batter's box when Boston visits Philadelphia....
  • Nationals dealing with injuries as they host Mets in opener

    Nationals dealing with injuries as they host Mets in opener
    WASHINGTON (AP) — As the season starts, shortstop Ian Desmond and the rest of the Washington Nationals are a popular pick to win their first World Series in what some think could be the current core's last hurrah. Their focus is much narrower at the...
  • Baseball preview: Predictions for divisions, World Series, awards

    Baseball preview: Predictions for divisions, World Series, awards
    David Haugh Division winners AL Central: Indians AL East: Orioles AL West: Angels AL wild-card winners: Mariners, Tigers. AL champion: Orioles NL Central: Cardinals NL East: Nationals NL West: Dodgers NL wild-card winners: Padres,...
  • Marla Ridenour: Indians can win division, but White Sox a major concern

    They have the starting pitching. They have the manager. They have the bullpen, although I'm slightly worried about Bryan Shaw's workload. They have the offense, if Jason Kipnis, Brandon Moss and Michael Bourn come through. But I'm having a hard time...