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  • Cabrera hits two home runs in Tigers' 13-1 rout of Twins

    DETROIT Miguel Cabrera sat in the Tigers' clubhouse Thursday, happily chatting and joking with waves of reporters after a 13-1 victory in the rubber game with the Minnesota Twins before an announced crowd of 31,785 at Comerica Park. Cabrera had just...
  • Nolasco strong, Twins offense erupts in win over Tigers

    DETROIT Ricky Nolasco's 2015 season began on a Wednesday in Comerica Park. As far as the Twins were concerned, it was this one. Five weeks to the day after his actual debut, Nolasco finally looked like the pitcher his new manager was expecting. There...
  • Kinsler lifts Tigers to 2-1 win over Twins in 10th

    DETROIT This time, the Tigers walked off winners. Two days after a deflating extra-innings loss to the Royals, the home team sent its fans home happy Tuesday when Ian Kinsler hit a walk-off single to beat the Twins, 2-1, in 10 innings. Kinsler's...
  • Anthony Rizzo, Addison Russell stabilize Cubs' lineup vs. Milwaukee

    Anthony Rizzo, Addison Russell stabilize Cubs' lineup vs. Milwaukee
    MILWAUKEE -- The Miller Park roof is closed, and the temperature has dropped by about 25 degrees Saturday as the Chicago Cubs seek to maintain their hot hitting against the Milwuakee Brewers. Anthony Rizzo will bat in the third spot for the fourth...
  • Bullpen, strikeouts vex Cubs; Carlos Rodon's role uncertain

    Bullpen, strikeouts vex Cubs; Carlos Rodon's role uncertain
    It may be only May 11, but already it looks like wild card or bust for the Cubs and White Sox. The Cubs open a homestand against the Mets and Pirates trailing first-place St. Louis by 6 1/2 games, while the White Sox begin a road trip to Milwaukee and...
  • Royals hope Alex Rios can start to make contact with a bat by next week

    On Monday, Royals outfielder Alex Rios will celebrate the four-week anniversary of the broken bone in his left hand. The team's training staff hopes the celebration includes a gradual increase of the activities he has begun in recent days to test the...
  • Tigers ace Price's next start pushed back 2 days for extra rest

    If David Price had to make his next start on regular rest, he said Sunday, he could. But with an off day Sunday, the Tigers could afford him a couple extra days to rest a mild right hamstring strain, and they will. Price's next start scheduled for...
  • Indians' offense comes alive in 8-2 win over Twins

    CLEVELAND The Indians' offense finally had the type of game they had been waiting for Sunday and Danny Salazar was essentially perfect after the first inning in an 8-2 win at Progressive Field. Jason Kipnis went 3-for-5 and was only a home run short of...
  • Deflated-ball trick nothing new in games people play

    If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'. The credit for that old saying generally goes to NASCAR legend Richard Petty, though it just as easily could have come from Tom Brady, Gaylord Perry or pretty much any of the millions who have thrown, pitched or...
  • Pink glove keeps Mom's memory alive for Phillies' Jerome Williams

    In batting practice, Phillies pitcher Jerome Williams sometimes wears a purple glove for pancreatic cancer, a blue one for prostate cancer, a gold one for childhood cancers or a green one for liver cancer. But it's the pink one that's dearest to his...
  • Danzig Moon, 5th in Derby, to run in Preakness

    Danzig Moon, 5th in Derby, to run in Preakness
    Pimlico Race Course Danzig Moon, 5th in Derby, to try Preakness Assistant trainer Norman Casse confirmed Saturday morning that John Oxley's Danzig Moon will ship from Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., to Pimlico Race Course to compete in the...