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Cubs, D-backs trade big innings

The Cubs broke out to score four runs in the fifth, but the D-backs answered with a three-spot to reclaim the lead.

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Brett Gardner has the last word: 'Embarrassing'

CC Sabathia lasted just 2 1/3 innings against the Rangers on Saturday, allowing six runs on seven hits in the New York Yankees' 15-4 loss.

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Baseball is dying ... again

A Wall Street Journal report shows that participation in youth baseball appears to be in heavy decline.


Giants capitalize on pitching error

David Hale let one get away from him and it cost him. Brandon Crawford scored on Hale's wild pitch, giving the Giants a 1-0 lead over the Rockies in the 2nd. Follow live

Final: Marlins 1, Orioles 0 (13)

What did the Orioles get for throwing 12 scoreless innings and giving up only 7 hits? A Martin Prado walk-off RBI single in the 13th to give Carter Capps his first win of the season. Box score


Orioles, Marlins still scoreless

We're in the top of the 13th inning now, and Baltimore and Miami still haven't plated a run. Orioles reliever Brian Matusz was ejected in the 12th inning for using a foreign substance, but O's relievers have still allowed just 2 hits in 5 innings of work. Follow live

Final: Red Sox 8, Angels 3

Mike Napoli hit a pair of home runs to power Boston to a 5-run win, snapping a 3-game losing streak. The teams play the rubber match of their 3-game series Sunday afternoon. Box score


Astros convert triple play in win

Ian Kinsler's blazing speed wasn't enough to prevent Houston from turning 3 around the horn for the first time since 2004. That's some nifty teamwork.


Extras are necessary in Miami

Call it a lazy Saturday for the Orioles and Marlins, as nine innings weren't enough to bring home a single run for either team. Miami has been limited to 3 hits -- but on the bright side, they haven't stranded nearly as many runners as Baltimore! Follow live

Giants hold on for eighth straight win

Brandon Crawford drove in 3 runs as the Giants beat the Rockies 10-8 in the opener of a day-night doubleheader. The game, a makeup of an April 26 rainout, was delayed at the start by 2 hours, 15 minutes by heavy showers.


Exit: Mike Wright

Baltimore's rookie SP is off to a nice start to his MLB career. Seven IP of scoreless, 3-hit ball brings Wright's line on the year to 14 1/3 IP, 7 H, 3 BB (2 intentional), 0 R and 10 K's, but he won't get the win tonight as the Orioles and Marlins are still tied at 0-0. Follow live

Giants win; let's play it again

For the second straight game, the Giants and Rockies were delayed by weather, but the rain -- and a late Rockies rally -- couldn't stop San Francisco from completing a 10-8 win. Now, it's time for the second game of a doubleheader in Colorado. Box score