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Atlanta Braves (70-50) @ Washington Nationals (74-46)
Date: Monday August 20th, Tuesday August 21st + Wednesday August 22nd, 2012
Time: 7:05pm, 7:05pm, 7:05pm EST
Preview:  The top two teams in the National League East will get together for a three game series in the nation’s capital. The Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals will take battle. Coming into Sunday, the Atlanta Braves held the top National League wildcard position, with 42 games to play. They trailed the divisional leading Nationals by four games. Atlanta comes into the game with a 34-22 road record, while Washington has won 33 of 56 at home. The Braves are led offensively by Martin Prado, who is hitting .297. Jason Heyward is having a turn around season for Atlanta, leading the way with 20 homeruns. The Braves expect to go with Tim Hudson, Paul Maholm and Kris Medlen in the three game series. Washington will send Jordan Zimmerman, Stephen Strasburg and Ross Detweiler. The Nationals have seen Ian Desmond and Adam LaRoche lead the offense. Desmond is batting .280, while LaRoche has 23 homeruns and 77 runs batted in. The Nationals have out scored opponents 531-426 on the season.

New York Yankees (71-49) @ Chicago White Sox (65-54)
Date: Monday August 20th, Tuesday August 21st + Wednesday August 22nd, 2012
Time: 8:10pm, 8:10pm, 8:00pm EST
Preview: The leader of the American League East will take on the leader of the American League Central. The New York Yankees will head to the Windy City and take on the Chicago White Sox for a three game series. The New York Yankees come into Sunday with a five game lead in the division. Chicago comes into Sunday with just a slim 1.5 game lead over the Detroit Tigers. New York is heading to Chicago following their Sunday Night game against the Red Sox. The Yankees have scored the second most runs in all of baseball, with 593. Curtis Granderson is near the top of the league leaders with 32 homeruns, while the captain Derek Jeter is batting .317. The Yankees are expected to go with Freddy Garcia, Ivan Nova and Phil Hughes on the mound in this series. The White Sox, led by rookie manager Robin Ventura will send Gavin Floyd, Francisco Liriano and Chris Sale to the mound. The White Sox are batting just .256 as a team. The top Chicago hitter this season has been Paul Konerko, with a .314 average. Adam Dunn continues to show off his power, as he has blasted 35 homeruns, and drove in 83 runs. Chicago has seen both Dunn and Konerko reach 400 homeruns for their career – this season.

Los Angeles Angels (62-59) @ Detroit Tigers (64-56)
Date: Friday August 24th, Saturday August 25th + Sunday August 26th, 2012
Time: 7:05pm, 7:05pm, 1:05pm EST
Preview: Two teams fighting for a playoff berth will get together for a three game weekend series. The Los Angeles Angels and Detroit Tigers will play Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Angels come into Sunday just three games over .500 for the season. Los Angeles lost a 8-0 lead on Saturday to the Rays to drop to 4.5 games behind for the wildcard. The Angels are also 8 games back of the Rangers in the West. Los Angeles ranks fifth in Major League Baseball in runs, with 565, while they are third in batting average; with a .272. Mike Trout continues to put together a fantastic rookie season, as he leads the team with a .343 batting average. The Angels project Zack Greinke, Dan Haren and Ervin Santana to take the mound for the series. Detroit comes in following a loss Saturday to the Orioles. The Tigers saw Chicago lose, to keep them just 1.5 back.  Detroit  enjoyed another sensational season from Miguel Cabrera. Cabrera is batting .332, with 31 homeruns and 104 runs batted in. Detroit is without their catcher Victor Martinez for an extended period of time. The Tigers will send Rick Porcello, Doug Fister and Max Scherzer to the mound.

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Here is the latest Major League Baseball news and notes from this week

Thursday July 1st, 2010
Utley to miss 5-6 weeks.
Chase Utley found out on Thursday that he will most likely be out until early August with his broken thumb. The second basemen, who was leading at his position for the 2010 All Star Game will have surgery on his thumb this week. Utley is batting .277 with 11 homeruns and 37 runs batted in for the Phillies, who are in third place in the National League East. Utley hurt his thumb on Monday night when he slid into second base in a Phillies loss to the Cincinnati Reds.

Thursday July 1st, 2010
Texas trades for catcher.
The red-hot Texas Rangers have picked up a veteran catcher in their effort to not only win the American League West, but possibly the entire American League. Bengie Molina will be sent from the San Francisco Giants, in exchange for reliever Chris Ray and a player to be named later. Molina, one of three brothers in major league baseball is hitting .257 with 3 homeruns and 7 runs batted in, in 61 games played. Molina will turn 36 years old this month.

Thursday July 1st, 2010
Zambrano likely headed for minor leagues.
Chicago Cubs manager Lou Pinella stated Thursday that veteran pitcher Carlos Zambrano was likely headed to the minor leagues, when the team reinstates him. Zambrano was suspended by the team after a tirade in game with teammates Derrick Lee and Aramis Ramirez. He then was sent to the restricted list, where he will remain until at least after the All Star game. Zambrano is having a tough season in 2010, with a 3-6 record and a 5.66 earned run average.

Wednesday June 30th, 2010
Haren expresses interest in coming back to St. Louis.
Just a couple nights after pitching into the ninth inning, in what would have been his third win of the season over his former team, Dan Haren admitted he would love to come back to St. Louis and become a Cardinal. Haren was traded to the A’s in 2004 as part of the Mark Mulder deal. Haren stated: He was not asking to be traded, but would always like to come back to play. Haren is making $8.5 million this season and is due for over $25.5 over the next two seasons

Monday June 21st, 2010
Bedard to make minor league start.
The Seattle Mariners left handed starting pitcher Erik Bedard is scheduled to make a minor league start on Monday night. The left hander has not pitched since having shoulder surgery in August of 2009. Bedard will make the start for the Mariners rookie league team in Surprise, Arizona. Mariners manager Don Wakamatsu says that he hopes Bedard can pitch with the major league team by the end of July.

Monday June 21st, 2010
Boston shuts out Los Angeles.
The Boston Red Sox finished a three game sweep of the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday night. Clay Buchholz won his tenth game of the season, allowing just three hits, and three walks, for his seventh win in past eight starts. The win for the Red Sox was their sixth in a row, and completed an 8-1 homestand. The Red Sox are 16-4 in their past 20 games against National League teams. The loss for Los Angeles sent them to 38-31 overall, and down to third place in the National League West. The Dodgers are two games behind the first place San Diego Padres, and a game behind San Francisco. Hiroki Kuroda took the loss for the Dodgers. He is now 6-5 on the season.

Sunday June 20th, 2010
Furcal’s father passes away.
Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Rafael Furcal’s father passed away early Sunday morning in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Silvino Furcal was pronounced dead from complications from a surgery after being kicked by a horse nearly three weeks ago. Dodgers manager Joe Torre said he was allowing Furcal to take as much time as needed, but expected to see him back in the middle of the week. The shortstop is batting .302 since May 25th.

Sunday June 20th. 2010
Marlins’ Ramirez nursing sore hamstring.
The Florida Marlins star shortstop Hanley Ramirez sat out the final game of a three game series with state rival Tampa Bay with a sore hamstring. The shortstop hurt his leg in the 11 inning loss to the Rays on Saturday night. It is not certain how long Ramirez will sit before returning to the starting role. Ramirez is batting .286 with 11 homeruns and 40 runs batted in for the Marlins, who have struggled of late, falling to fourth place in the National League East. Florida is 8.5 games behind the first place Atlanta Braves.

Friday June 18th, 2010
Rockies Tulowitzki breaks wrist.
Troy Tulowitzki, the Colorado Rockies shortstop broke his left wrist on Thursday night in a game against the Minnesota Twins. In the eighth inning, Minnesota pitcher Alex Burnett’s pitch came in and struck his square on the wrist. Tulowitzki was batting .306 with 9 homeruns and 34 runs batted in for the Rockies before the injury. To replace Tulowitzki on the active roster, Colorado called up Chris Nelson from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Nelson is expected to start in Friday’s action against Milwaukee.

Friday June 18th, 2010
Twins active Hudson from disabled list.
The Minnesota Twins activated second basemen Orlando Hudson from the disabled list on Friday. The second basemen is batting .305, with 3 homeruns and 16 runs batted in, playing 49 games so far in 2010. Hudson had been on the DL since June 8th when he sprained his left wrist. He missed nine games due to the injury. He is expected to be in the lineup batting second against Philadelphia in the first of a three game series on Friday night. To make room for Hudson, the Twins place pitcher Jose Mijares on family medical emergency list. Mijares flew to Venezuela to attend to a personal matter.

Thursday June 17th, 2010 Glaus continues hot hitting, aides Braves
Troy Glaus continued his torrid 2010 hitting on Thursday to aide the Atlanta Braves to a 3-1 win over the American League East leading Tampa Bay Rays. Glaus homered and drove in two runs, to help Tim Hudson pick up the win. Rookie Jason Heyward also blasted a solo homerun in the win. Glaus is batting .286 with 13 homeruns and 53 runs batted in for the first place Braves. The first basemen, who moved over from third base, played in just 14 games as a St. Louis Cardinal in 2009.

Thursday June 17th, 2010
Dodgers’ Furcal put on bereavement list.
The Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Rafael Furcal was put on the bereavement list early Thursday morning. The Dodgers made the announcement just before their final game of a three game series in Cincinnati against the Reds. Furcal has an ailing family in the Dominican Republic that he has gone to be with. The shortstop is batting .302 since May 25th, when he came off the disabled list with a strained left hamstring. Los Angeles called up Chin-lung Hu from Triple A-Albuquerque to take his place.

Wednesday October 14, 2009
Hamels, Kershaw set to get the NLCS underway.
Cole Hamels and Clayton Kershaw are both set to get their teams off to a fast start when they meet up Thursday in Los Angeles. The Phillies and Dodgers are repeating as representatives in the NLCS, for the first time since St. Louis and Houston did it in 2004 + 2005. At 21 years old and 209, Kershaw will be the third youngest starting pitcher in NLCS history. The rest of the Los Angeles starting rotation will be Vicente Padilla, Hiroki Kuroda and Randy Wolf. Phillies manager Charlie Manuel has yet to disclose his rotation.

Wednesday October 14, 2009
St. Louis considering bringing Smoltz back.
The St. Louis Cardinals, after winning the National League Central had a disappointing end to their 2009 season. The Cardinals were swept in three games by the Los Angeles Dodgers. Since then, Cardinal executives have discussed free agent signings, along with who will be their manager and pitching coach in 2010. Manager Tony LaRussa and pitching coach Dave Duncan are both unsure on their future. One player the Cardinals do look to sign is veteran John Smoltz. Smoltz is the only pitcher in MLB history with 200 wins and 150 saves. The 42 year old Smoltz said he had no regrets signing with St. Louis over Los Angeles.

Wednesday October 14, 2009
Mets’ Reyes set to have surgery
New York Mets shortstop Jose Reyes will undergo surgery on his right leg on Thursday in Dallas. Reyes is having the surgery to remove some scar tissue from a torn hamstring  tendon behind his right knee. Reyes batted just .279 in 36 games in 2009. Reyes was one of many top players on the disabled list most of the season for New York.

Tuesday October 13, 2009
Teixeiera, Abreu set to face former teams.
Yankees first basemen Mark Teixeira and Angels outfielder Bobby Abreu are set to take on their former teams when the ALCS gets underway Friday evening in New York. Teixeira left Anaheim for Atlanta, and then a year later signed a $180 million contract with the Yankees. Right before spring training, Abreu joined Anaheim on a $5 million one year contract.

Tuesday October 13, 2009
Yankees heading into ALCS with three man rotation
The New York Yankees have decided they will go into the American League Championship Series with a three man rotation. Manager Joe Girardi elected CC Sabathia, A.J. Burnett and Andy Pettitte would take the starts. The Yankees also have Joba Chamberlain and Phil Hughes for long relief. Sabathia made three starts with Milwaukee in 2008 on three days rest. Sabathia finished the 2009 season with 19 wins, highest in the American League.

Wednesday September 30th, 2009
Cleveland fires Eric Wedge after seven years as manager.
With six games to play in the 2009 season, the Cleveland Indians fired manager Eric Wedge. The Indians entered Wednesday’s game against the White Sox one game ahead of Kansas City for last place in the American League Central. Wedge led the Indians to one playoff appearance in seven years in Cleveland. Wedge is under contract until the end of the 2010 season. No replacement has been named at this time.

Wednesday September 30th, 2009
Boston falls again, but clinch wildcard.
The Boston Red Sox walked off the field a loser on Tuesday night, but walked into the club house and celebrated. Despite the Red Sox falling losing 8-7 to Toronto, the Red Sox clinched a playoff berth with a Anaheim Angels win over the Texas Rangers. Boston has experienced a great deal of problems, including David Ortiz’ loss of power, along with the failure of John Smoltz. Boston will start the postseason on the road at Anaheim.

Wednesday September 30th, 2009
Colorado extends wildcard lead.
The Colorado Rockies scored two runs in the bottom of the 11th inning to pick up a 7-5 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. Chris Iannetta hit a two run shot off David Weathers to aide the win. Colorado held a three run lead heading into the ninth inning before Jason Kendall popped a three run homerun off closer Huston Street. The Rockies now lead the National League Wildcard over Atlanta by three games, with just five games to play.

Tuesday September 29th, 2009
San Diego puts Los Angeles party on ice.
The San Diego Padres put the Los Angeles Dodgers National League West winning party on ice Tuesday night. The Padres’ right-hander Ryan Webb picked up his second win of the season limiting the Dodgers to just one run. Heath Bell picked up his 41st save in the win. The Dodgers, with one more win, or a Colorado loss would clinch the National League West title.

Tuesday September 29th, 2009
Dempster pitches five hitter for Cubs.
Ryan Dempster picked up his 11th win of the 2009 season on Tuesday night in a 6-0 win for the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs, with the win guaranteed a winning record for the third straight season, but with that, the Cubs were officially eliminated from post season play with the Colorado Rockies win. Dempster became the second active pitcher with 87 wins and 87 saves. John Smoltz is the other, with 213 wins and 154 saves.

Wednesday September 23rd, 2009
Smoltz looks to lead Cardinals to NL Central crown.
John Smoltz will be on the mound Wednesday evening looking to give his new team, the St. Louis Cardinals their first National League Central crown since 2006. The Cardinals, who won the World Series in 2006, were downed by Chicago the past two seasons. The Cardinals currently lead the division by ten games, and have lowered their magic number to two. The Cubs will take on Chris Narveson and the Milwaukee Brewers. If the Cardinals can sweep Houston, and Milwaukee tops the Cubs, the Cardinals would be the 2009 NL Central champions.

Wednesday September 23rd, 2009
White Sox General Manager calls team underachievers.
Chicago White Sox General Manager Kenny Williams called his team a group of underachievers on Tuesday. Williams at the beginning of the season stated he thought his team would win their second straight AL Central title. The White Sox have made 108 errors and given up 67 unearned runs this season, and trail the Detroit Tigers by 8 games in the AL Central standings.

Wednesday September 23rd, 2009
Burnett strikes out 11, Yankees top Angels.
Yankees star right-handed A.J. Burnett stroke out 11 Angels on Tuesday to pick up a 3-2 win. The win for the Yankees was their first in Anaheim since May of 2004. The win for Burnett was just his second win since July. The Yankees became the first team to clinch a spot in the 2009 postseason, clinching at least the wildcard. The Yankees moved to six games ahead of the Boston Red Sox on top of the American League East.

Tuesday September 22nd, 2009
Cubs win another after banning Bradley.
The Chicago Cubs won their third straight game after suspending Milton Bradley on Sunday. Derrick Lee hit his 35th homerun, and added his 109th run batted in to lead the Cubs to a 7-2 win over Milwaukee. The win for the Cubs was their second straight over Milwaukee, and their 10th of the 2009 season. Chicago is 10 games out behind St. Louis in the NL Central.

Tuesday September 22nd, 2009
Padres’ Gonzalez leaves game with shoulder injury.
San Diego Padres outfielder Edgar Gonzalez left Tuesday night’s game with the Colorado Rockies with a partially separated left shoulder. Gonazlez dove for a ball hit by Clint Barmes, in what turned into an inside the park homerun. Gonzalez will miss the rest of the season.

Wednesday September 16th, 2009
Posada, Carlson both suspended three games.
New York Yankees catcher Jorge Posada and Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Jesse Carlson have both been suspended three games for their part in an on field fight Tuesday in New York. The Major League initially placed four game suspensions on both players, but they both elected not to appeal and the suspensions were reduced to three games. Shelley Duncan of the Yankees was also suspended and fined for his part in the fight. After two Blue Jays players were hit by pitches, Carlson missed Posada with a fastball in the 8th inning. Later, Posada bumped Carlson after scoring a run, leading both dugouts and bullpens to empty. 

Wednesday September 16th, 2009
Rangers’ Hamilton may miss the rest of the season.
Texas Rangers star Josh Hamilton has had an extremely frustrating 2009 season. Hamilton who desperately wants to get back on the field for the Texas Rangers appears to be out for the remainder of the season. Hamilton already has missed 11 straight games because of a pinched nerve in his back. Hamilton hit off a tee Wednesday, but team doctors will not give any clear time table. Michael Young has also missed time with a strained left hamstring.

Wednesday September 16th, 2009
Arizona’s Reynolds reaches 200 again.
The Arizona Diamondbacks Mark Reynolds has reached the magic 200 number once again in 2009. Reynolds struck out for the 200th time in a 4-2 win over the San Diego Padres on Tuesday night. This is the second straight season that Reynolds has reached the 200 strikeout mark.

Tuesday September 15th, 2009
Oakland announces ticket prices will lower in 2010.
The Oakland Athletics have announced their ticket prices for the 2010 season will be lowered by an average of 10 percent for next season. This will be the third straight season that Oakland has not increased their season ticket prices. 

Monday September 14th, 2009
Yankees open and close 2010 season in Boston.
The 2010 season for the New York Yankees will start and end the season at their long time rival - Boston Red Sox. The Yankees have done this twice in their long history, coming in 1938 and 1950. To finish the season, the Yankees and Red Sox will play against each other six times in the final 10 games of the season. Other notable season openers in the American League include: Cleveland at Chicago, Minnesota at Los Angeles and Baltimore at Tampa Bay.

Tuesday September 8th, 2009
Lincecum scratched with back injury.
San Francisco Giants ace Tim Lincecum was scratched from his start Tuesday night with stiffness in his back. Lincecum, the reigning Cy Young winner will take his next start in the rotation. On the season, Lincecum is 13-5 with a 2.34 earned run average. Lincecum is battling with St. Louis Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter for the 2009 Cy Young award.

Tuesday September 8th, 2009
Tulowitzki sits with back injury.
Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was scratched from the lineup on Tuesday due to stiffness in his back. Tulowitzki is the normal shortstop for the Rockies leads all shortstops with 24 homeruns on the season. Tulowitzki will be replaced at shortstop by Clint Barmes. Eric Young Jr. will take Barmes position at second base. Colorado currently leads the National League wildcard by two games.

Tuesday September 8th, 2009
Beltran returns to lineup.
Carlos Beltran returned to the lineup for the New York Mets. Beltran, who has been missing action since June 22nd with a bone bruise in his right knee was activated from the disabled list and placed in the lineup against the Marlins. Beltran played five rehab games in Class A – Brooklyn, going 3 for 18 with two runs batted in, and two walks.

Monday September 7th, 2009
Carpenter hurls one hitter in Cardinals win.
St. Louis Cardinals ace pitcher Chris Carpenter threw a complete game one hit shut-out on Monday against the Milwaukee Brewers. Carpenter picked up his 16th win and lowered his league leading earned run average to 2.16. Jody Gerut picked up the only hit for Milwaukee. The win for the Cardinals kept their National League Central lead at 11.5, and lowered their magic number to 14.

Monday September 7th, 2009
Manny hits homerun also gets ejected in Dodgers win.
Los Angeles Dodgers star outfielder Manny Ramirez had an exciting day at work on Monday. In the second inning of a 7-2 win over Arizona, Manny hit a homerun. It was Ramirez’s 17th of the season. Later in the game, Ramirez was ejected for arguing a strike three call. The win for the Dodgers kept them in a tie for the best record in the National League with the St. Louis Cardinals.

Sunday August 2nd, 2009
Denver Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall injures hamstring.
Brandon Marshall was forced to sit out the final half hour of Broncos practice on Sunday due to an injury to his left hamstring. The wide receiver out of Central Florida is entering his fourth season with the Broncos, that has seen him catch 15 career touchdowns. Marshall’s best year came in 2007 when he caught 7 touchdowns and over 1300 yards while playing with quarterback Jay Cutler. Kyle Orton is expected to be the Broncos quarterback in 2009. Marshall hurt the injury going deep on a sideline drill.

Sunday August 2nd, 2009
Minnesota and top pick Harvin agree to five year deal.
The Minnesota Vikings and top pick Percy Harvin agreed to a five year deal on Sunday. Harvin missed the first two days of training camp as both sides looked to agree to a deal. Harvin was the 22nd overall pick in the 2009 draft out of the University of Florida. Head coach Brad Childress is still looking at the best fit for Harvin in the Vikings offense, but with running back Adrian Peterson on the squad the air game appears to be a viable option.       

Sunday August 2nd, 2009
Arizona running back Wells injures ankle.
Arizona Cardinals rookie running back Beanie Wells sprained his right ankle on the first day of training camp Sunday. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt did not say how long Wells would be out, but did cite the injury as “non serious”. Wells was already behind the rest of his teammates, as he missed the summer workouts, due to attending classes at Ohio State University. Wells signed a five year, $11.8 million contract just this week.

Saturday August 1st, 2009
Baltimore’s Mason reverses decision to retire.
Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason has elected to over turn his decision to retire. After making the announcement earlier in the summer, Mason showed up at Ravens training camp on Saturday. Mason has played in the NFL for 12 seasons, catching 790 passes, for 10,061 yards and 52 touchdowns.

Saturday August 1st, 2009
Bush continues to sit out of Saints training camp.
New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush continued to sit out of training camp on Saturday. Saturday’s evening practice was the fourth Bush had missed in two days. Bush is coming off knee surgery to his left knee has been held out for precautionary reasons. Head coach Sean Payton expects to continue giving Bush plenty of rest. Bush has not seen any swelling in his knee. This will be the fourth full season in the NFL for Bush. After finishing his career at USC, Bush has ran for 12 touchdowns, and caught 8 in his three year career.

Monday July 27, 2009
Owings heads to disabled list.
Cincinnati starting pitcher Micah Owings has been placed on the 15 day disabled list after leaving his last start with shoulder tightness. Owings is 6-11 on the season with an earned run average at 5.31. Owings is 20-28 in his career as a starting pitcher. It has not been announced who will replace Owings in the starting rotation, but Robert Manual was recalled from Triple A Louisville. 

Monday July 27th, 2009
Marlins’ Badenhop, Gonzalez suspended.
Florida pitcher Burke Badenhop and manager Fredi Gonzalez were suspended Monday for their actions in Sunday’s game in Los Angeles. Badenhop’s suspension is for three games, while Gonzalez will sit one game out. Badenhop hit Orlando Hudson on the backside after both teams were warned after Jeff Weaver plunked Hanley Ramirez. Badenhop and Weaver were both fined for the incident as well. Gonzalez’s suspension will take place Tuesday, while Badenhop’s is unknown at this time.

Monday July 27, 2009
Jason Marquis on his way back for Colorado.
Jason Marquis threw a pain free bullpen session on Sunday and plans to make his scheduled start on Tuesday against the Mets. Marquis’ start was questioned due to blisters, but it appears he will look to increase his league leading 12 wins on the season. Marquis is 12-6 with a 3.49 earned run average for the wildcard leading Colorado Rockies. Marquis is 91-76 in his career, in 217 career starts.

Sunday July 26th, 2009
Henderson, Rice inducted into Hall of Fame.
Rickey Henderson and Jim Rice were inducted on Sunday into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. Both were left fielders in the American League; Henderson is baseball’s all-time leading base stealer. Rice batted .298 in his career, hitting just under 400 homeruns and drove in just under 1,500 runs. In eight different seasons Rice drove in 100 or more runs, and batted over .300 seven times. Rice is also the only player in major league history to hit 35 homeruns and compile 200 hits in three straight seasons.

Sunday July 26th, 2009
Harden hurls Cubs into first place.
Rich Harden tossed one of his best games of the season, and in quite some time on Sunday to aide the Cubs past Cincinnati 5-2. The win for the Cubs was their 10th in the last 13 games. Chicago moved into first place, ½ game ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals with the win. The win for Harden was his first Wrigley Field day victory since August of 2008. After allowing a homerun to Joey Votto in the first inning, Harden nailed the final 16 batters he faced. Harden struck out 8 and walked nobody in his outing.

Sunday June 14th, 2009
Rockies tie team record, win 11th straight game.
The Colorado Rockies tied a team record by winning their 11th straight game Sunday. Colorado used three hits from Garrett Atkins and Todd Helton to pound out seven runs, and beat the Mariners 7-1. During the streak of 11 straight, the Rockies starting pitchers have won 10 of their starts, including 5.1 innings from Jason Hammel. Hammel allowed just five hits and one run, picking up his fourth win of the season. Ichiro Suzuki was the only Seattle player to pick up two hits in the loss.

Sunday June 14th, 2009
Yankees pound Santana, win game 15-0, series 2-1.
The New York Yankees pounded Johan Santana on Sunday, winning the game 15-0, and taking two out of three in the series. Santana pitched just three innings, allowing nine hits and nine runs, taking his fourth loss of the year. The Yankees started the offense in the second innings, scoring four runs, before adding nine more in the fourth inning. Derek Jeter led the Yankees offense picking up four hits, driving in two, and scoring twice. Alex Rodriguez and Nick Swisher were the only two Yankee starters that went hitless.

Saturday June 13th, 2009
Johnson wins 301st for Giants.
Randy Johnson picked up his 301st career win on Saturday for the San Francisco Giants. Johnson won his sixth game of the season, pitching seven innings, allowing just four hits and two runs. The Giants got offense from Bengie Molina, as he blasted a two run homerun in the first inning, and Juan Uribe, who picked up the game winning hit in the 7th. Oakland’s rookie starter Josh Outman took the loss for the Athletics, despite setting down 14 straight Giant batters.

Saturday June 13th, 2009
Hunter pounds three homeruns as Angels top San Diego.
Torri Hunter went deep three times for the Los Angeles Angels, as they topped the San Diego Padres 9-1 on Saturday. Hunter hit his first homerun in the third inning, then another in the fifth, with his final solo blast coming in the seventh inning. Joe Saunders pitched 8.1 innings, allowing just one run and scattering 8 hits. The San Diego Padres got two hits from Chase Headley in the loss.

Friday June 12th, 2009
Slowey wins his ninth as Minnesota tops Chicago.
Kevin Slowey picked up his team leading ninth win on Friday beating the Chicago Cubs 7-4. Slowey pitched 6 innings, allowing 4 hits and 3 runs. Slowey also struck out 10 Cub batters, walking just 1. Joe Mauer got the offense started for Minnesota with a two run homerun in the third inning. Mauer ended the game with two hits and three runs batted in. Joe Nathan picked up his 14th save of the season in the win for Minnesota.

Thursday June 11th, 2009
White Sox’ Konerko sidelined with thumb injury.
Paul Konerko was out of the Chicago White Sox lineup on Thursday with a sore thumb. Konerko has a loose ligament in his right thumb. On the season, Konerko is hitting .291 with 8 homeruns and 39 runs batted in. Konerko is not ruling out the possibility of being back in the lineup for Chicago on Friday against Milwaukee.

Thursday June 11th, 2009
Rockies win eighth in a row; sweep Brewers.
Aaron Cook had a shut-out heading into the seventh inning on Thursday, as the Rockies picked up their eighth straight win, and swept the Milwaukee Brewers on the road. Ian Stewart led the way offensively for Colorado, with a homerun and three runs scored. Ryan Braun hit a three run homerun in the ninth inning to edge the Brewers closer, but Huston Street picked up the save. The loss dropped the Brewers to just ½ game ahead of St. Louis for first place in the NL Central.

Wednesday June 10th, 2009
Jimmy Rollins back in lead-off spot for Philadelphia.
Phillies manager Charlie Manuel has elected to slide 2007 MVP Jimmy Rollins back into the lead-off role. After slumping for most of the season, Rollins was dropped back into the sixth position for the past two games. In those two games, Rollins had five hits, including a 3-4 performance.

Wednesday June 10th, 2009
Verlander wins 7th of season, beating Chicago.
Justin Verlander improved to 7-2 on Wednesday night picking up a 2-1 win over the Chicago White Sox. Verlander pitched a six hitter, striking out nine batters, and just walking one in completing his second game of the season. It was the first time Verlander won at Chicago’s US Cellular Field in ten tries. Jim Thome hit his 552nd career home run for the lone White Sox  tally.

Tuesday June 9th, 2009
Sizemore to get MRI on strained left elbow.
The Cleveland Indians outfielder Grady Sizemore plans to have a MRI on his strained left elbow on Monday. Sizemore was injured during spring training, but played the start of the season through pain. He was placed on the disabled list on May 31st. In 49 games this season, Sizemore is hitting .223 with 9 homeruns and 31 runs batted in. Cleveland team doctors said they would decide after the MRI if he needs surgery or not.

Monday June 8th, 2009
Rockies’ Marquis picks up NL leading eighth win.
Jason Marquis took the National League lead in wins on Monday with a 5-2 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals.  The win for the Rockies was their fourth straight over the reeling Cardinals. In the four games for Colorado, their starting pitching went 29.1 innings, with a staff ERA of 2.45. Clint Barmes led the Rockies offense with a pair of RBI singles, while Brad Hawpe doubled in a run. The last time Colorado swept St. Louis was in 1994. The Rockies are 7-4 under new manager Jim Tracy.

Monday June 8th, 2009
Contreras throws eight innings of 1-hit ball for Sox.
Jose Contreras threw eight innings, allowing just one hit to lead the Chicago White Sox to a 6-1 win on Monday. The win for Chicago avoided a doubleheader sweep at the hands of the Tigers. Detroit won the first game 5-4 on a Brandon Inge single in the ninth inning. Contreras picked up his first win of the season, after being recalled from Triple A Charlotte. Alexei Ramirez, Scott Podsednik and Jim Thome all hit solo homeruns for the White Sox, while Detroit’s lone run came in the ninth inning when Marcus Thames took Matt Thornton deep.

Sunday June 7th, 2009
Lincecum wins fifth straight game for Giants.
Tim Lincecum pitched 7.1 innings for his fifth straight win on the season. Lincecum allowed just three hits and two earned runs in the win. The Giants’ ace lowered his earned run average to 2.96 on the season. Catcher Bengie Molina had two hits for the Giants, driving in the first two runs of the game, while Juan Uribe added the third and final run for San Francisco. Ricky Nolasco took the loss for Florida, pitching seven innings.

Sunday June 7th, 2009
Phillies hit three homeruns, beat Dodgers.
Carlos Ruiz, Shane Victorino and Ryan Howard all hit homeruns for the Phillies to aid them to a 7-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday night. Ruiz and Victorino hit their homeruns in the seventh inning, with Howard’s coming in the eighth. Antonio Bastardo picked up the victory for the Phillies, pitching five innings, allowing just two earned runs. Randy Wolf took the loss for Los Angeles, getting chased in the seventh inning, allowing eight hits and six earned runs.

Saturday June 6th, 2009
Suppan, Brewers’, shut out Atlanta.
Jeff Suppan picked up his fourth win of the season on Saturday, shutting out the Atlanta Braves 3-0. Suppan pitched 5.1 innings, allowing just six hits in the game, walking three batters and striking out two. The win for Suppan evened his season record at 4-4. Trevor Hoffman picked up his 15th save for Milwaukee in the ninth innings. The Brewers’ offense came off the bat of first basemen Prince Fielder, who belted two solo homeruns, while Craig Counsell drove in the other run for Milwaukee.

Monday June 1st, 2009
Milwaukee cuts Julio from bullpen.
One day after reliever Jorge Julio allowed five runs while facing six batters, the Milwaukee Brewers have elected to cut the right hander. Julio went 1-1 with a 7.79 earned run average on the season. After cutting Julio, Milwaukee elected to call up Mike Burns from triple A Nashville. Relievers Mark DiFelice and David Riske have been unavailable due to injury, which has made the Brewers bullpen extremely thin.

Tuesday June 2nd, 2009
Kansas City activates Soria and Pena Jr.
The Kansas City Royals activated closer Joakim Soria and shortstop Tony Pena Jr. on Tuesday. Soria has missed action since May 8th, while Pena broke his left on May 2nd. Soria had a right rotator cuff injury that sidelined him for just over three weeks. Sidney Ponson also of Kansas City was placed on the disabled list with a strained right elbow and Coco Crisp was placed on the bereavement list following the death of his great grandmother.

Tuesday June 2nd, 2009
Slowey leads Twins to win.
Kevin Slowey won his fourth straight start, to push him to a team leading eight wins on Tuesday. Slowey pitched 6.2 innings, allowing just six hits and two earned runs to pick up the win. Closer Joe Nathan picked up his tenth save of the season picking up the final four outs of the game. The Twins got three runs batted in from catcher Joe Mauer who singled in the third and homered in the fifth. The win moved the Twins to one game under .500 at 26-27.

Wednesday June 3rd, 2009
Rangers’ Hamilton could miss two months.
Josh Hamilton is back on the disabled list for the Texas Rangers. The outfielder went on the disabled list again Tuesday evening with an abdominal strain. Team doctors say Hamilton could miss as little as two weeks, but as much as two months. The injury is much like a sports hernia. Hamilton is hitting just .240 on the season with six homeruns and 24 runs batted in. To take Hamilton’s place on the roster, the Rangers called up outfielder Brandon Boggs from Oklahoma City.

Wednesday June 3rd, 2009
Halladay strikes out 14, Toronto wins.
Roy Halladay struck out a career high 14 batters on Tuesday evening to lead the Toronto Blue Jays to a 6-4 win over the Los Angeles Angels. The 32 year old Halladay threw his second complete game of the season, allowing four runs, seven hits, walking no body. The win for Halladay moved him one win ahead of Kansas City’s Zack Greinke and Minnesota’s Kevin Slowey for the league lead in wins. All of Los Angeles’ runs came in the seventh inning, after Toronto held a 6-0 lead.

Saturday May 30th, 2009
Rockies fire manager after dismal start.
The Colorado Rockies fired manager Clint Hurdle on Friday night, less
than two years after reaching the World Series. Hurdle’s Rockies started the 2009 season 18-28 and are 14.5 games behind the Los Angeles Dodgers. Hurdle spent seven seasons with Colorado and went 534-625 with a .460 winning percentage. Jim Tracy will take over for Colorado the remainder of the season. Tracy has spent time with the Pirates and Dodgers, going 562-572.

Saturday May 30th, 2009
Phillies’ Myers possible out remainder of season.
The Philadelphia Phillies right handed starting pitcher Brett Myers will
likely miss the remainder of the season. Myers has a torn labrum, and is recommended to have surgery, although no date has been set for his procedure. Myers left the game on Wednesday after allowing five runs. Myers is 4-3 on the season. The Philles replaced Myers with left handed reliever Sergio Escalona.

Friday May 29th, 2009
Giants’ Cain wins fourth straight game.
Matt Cain won his sixth game of the 2009 season, and his fourth straight
on Friday night. Cain went 6 2/3rds, allowing just six hits, two runs, just one earned for the win. Pablo Sandoval was the hitting star against Cardinals starter Joel Pineiro driving in two runs. Cain has pitched at least six innings in all ten of his starts on the season. Brian Wilson picked up his 11th save in 14 tries for the Giants.

Thursday May 28th, 2009
Cubs’ Zambrano ejected in Cubs win.
Carlos Zambrano lost his cool and got ejected in the bottom of the 7th after
a close play at the plate. Zambrano felt Nyjer Morgan was out at the plate after a wild pitch to Nate McLouth. Morgan was called safe and Zambrano immediately went after umpire Mark Carlson. Zambrano got in Carlson’s face, later bumping him, then throwing the ball across the field, and proceeding to bang up the teams gatorade dispenser in their dugout. The Cubs came back to win the game 5-2 over the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Wednesday May 27th, 2009
Mets’ Livan Hernandez tosses complete game.
The New York Mets are banged up at this point in the year, so what
starting pitcher Livan Hernandez did on Wednesday meant even more. Hernandez went the entire nine innings, allowing nine hits, one run (Adam Dunn solo homerun), walked just one and struck out six. The Mets were without Carlos Beltran, Carlos Delgado, Jose Reyes, Ryan Church and Brian Schneider.

Sunday May 24, 2009
Santos’ homerun off Paplebon lifts Mets.
Omir Santos’ hit a homerun over the Green Monster at Fenway to lift the New York Mets to a 3-2 win. Jonathan Paplebon surrendered the blast and took his first loss and first blown save of the season. Pedro Feliciano picked up his first win of the season, pitching a scoreless eighth inning. J.J. Putz picked up his second save of the season, pitching the ninth, allowing just one walk. Carlos Beltran went 1-4 for New York to drop his team leading batting average to .364.

Sunday May 24, 2009
Yankees get three off Lidge; beat Phillies.
Alex Rodriguez hit a homerun in the ninth inning off Brad Lidge, and Melky Cabrera capped the rally with a RBI single to lift the Yankees to a 5-4 win over the Phillies. Rodriguez has ten hits since returning to the active roster, and seven of them are homeruns. The Yankees have won 12 of 15 games since A-Rod’s return to climb back to within ½ game of the Blue Jays in the American League East.

Saturday May 23, 2009
Cardinals’ Lohse continues pitching dominance.
The St. Louis Cardinals are using their starting pitching to win five straight games. In the five game winning streak for St. Louis the starting pitching has went 36 innings, allowing just 2 runs in 36 innings. On Saturday Kyle Lohse snapped a personal three game losing streak, pitching eight strong innings, allowing no runs on four hits. Lohse appeared to be heading back to the mound for the ninth, but was struck by a Ron Mahay pitch in the bottom of the eighth. Chris Perez closed the door in the ninth allowing a one out single, but keeping the shut-out in tact. The Cardinals have outscored the Royals 10-0 in the series through two games.

Friday May 22, 2009
Peavy strikes out ten in first start since rejecting trade.
It would be a safe bet to wager the city of Chicago is not a big fan of Jake Peavy. Just a day after rejecting a trade to the Chicago White Sox, Peavy struck out ten Chicago Cub batters en route to a 4-0 win. The Padres, with the win won their seventh straight games, while the Cubs lost their fifth straight. Carlos Zambrano made his first start since returning from the disabled list, going 4 2/3 innings, allowing three runs on three hits.

Thursday May 21, 2009
Minnesota scores 20 runs; wins.
The Minnesota Twins pounded out 20 runs on 20 hits to embarrass divisional opponent - the Chicago White Sox 20-1 on  Thursday night. The Twins chased Chicago starter Bartolo Colon after two innings, pinning him for eight runs on seven hits, to drop to 2-4 on the season. Minnesota led 8-0 after two innings, making it 10-0 after four. A six run sixth and a four run seventh put the Twins up 20-0, before Chicago tacked on one in the bottom half of the eighth to make the final score - 20-1. Joe Mauer went 3-4 with 6 rbi’s to lead the Twins.

Wednesday May 20th, 2009
Wife of Arizona pitcher Schoeneweis found dead.
The wife of Arizona Diamondback pitcher Scott Schoeneweis was found dead Wednesday. As of this time the cause of the death was unknown. The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department found the body of 39 year old Gabrielle Dawn Schoeneweis on the floor of the bedroom just after noon. Authorities say the 14 year old daughter of Mrs. Schoeneweis called the sheriff’s office to report her mother laying unresponsive on the floor. Scott Schoeneweis is 35 years old and a survivor of testicular cancer.

Wednesday May 20th, 2009
Rays/Maddon near extension.
The Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon may be reaching a deal to keep him in Tampa Bay through the 2012 season. Maddon is in the final year of his contract, after leading the Rays to the 2008 American League title. Maddon was the 2008 AL Manager of the Year, and the team has started 20-21 in 2009.

Tuesday May 19th, 2009
Pinerio tosses 3 hit shutout in win.
Joel Pinerio pitched nine innings, allowing just three hits and no runs in a 3-0 St. Louis Cardinals win over the Chicago Cubs. Pinerio faced just 28 batters in the game, and threw just 28 balls as well. Colby Rasmus added some insurance for Pinerio with his two run homerun in the sixth. The win for the Cardinals snapped a three game losing streak, after getting swept by divisional leading Milwaukee.

Monday May 18th, 2009
Brewers’ Weeks out for the season.
The Milwaukee Brewers placed second basemen Rickie Weeks on the disabled list, it what appears to be a season ending injury. Weeks hurt his wrist in the first inning of the Brewers game on Saturday. Weeks will have surgery on his wrist, and then rejoin the Brewers on Memorial Day when the St. Louis Cardinals come to town to start a home stand.

Sunday May 17th, 2009
Damon’s homerun sends Yankees home with win.
Just a day after third basemen Alex Rodriguez hit a walk off homerun to win the game, Johnny Damon hit a solo homerun in the bottom of the tenth to lead the Yankees to a 3-2 win over the Minnesota Twins. Alex Rodriguez also homered in the win. The win for the Yankees was the fifth straight overall, and the third straight over the Twins. The two teams will finish a four game set Monday night at Yankee Stadium. Alfredo Aceves picked up his second win of the year, pitching a scoreless tenth inning.

Friday May 15, 2009
Ramirez apologizes to teammates.
Manny Ramirez, one week after being suspended for 50 games for testing positive to an illegal substance by Major League Baseball made his first apology to his teammates Friday. Ramirez, who met his team in South Florida before the start of the Dodgers/Marlins game. The meeting lasted no longer then 10 minutes with Ramirez continually apologizing to his teammates. According to reports, his teammates were extremely supportive and believed his apologies. Ramirez is eligible to return to the Dodgers on July 3rd.

Friday May 15, 2009
Cardinals’ Carpenter set to return soon.
The St. Louis Cardinals, who have struggled as of late, got good news when they found ace Chris Carpenter was able to successfully throw a bullpen session on Friday evening. Carpenter strained his left rib cage on April 14th and been on the disabled list since. The Cardinals sent down Mitchell Boggs in anticipation of Carpenter’s return. Carpenter could return by the end of the week at home against Chicago or Kansas City.

Thursday May 14, 2009
Dodgers call-up Milton.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have called up veteran left handed pitcher Eric Milton. After nearly two seasons out of the big leagues, Milton has been called up from the Dodgers triple A affiliate Albuquerque. Milton will get the start against the Florida Marlins on Saturday, and take the place of Jeff Weaver. Milton is 87-84 lifetime as a starter, including an All Star appearance and a no hitter thrown. Los Angeles also optioned right hander James McDonald to their Pacific Coast League club.

Tuesday May 13, 2009
Thome homers twice as White Sox blast Cleveland
Jim Thome smoked a pair of homeruns to lead Chicago to a 7-4 win over the Minnesota Twins. It was the 42nd time in Thome’s career that he had a multi-homer game. In the game Thome also walked twice and drove home four runs. Both homeruns for Thome came off Indians starter Jeremy Sowers, who fell to 0-2 on the season. Thome came into the game with a .227 batting average on the season. The win for Chicago moved them to 15-17 overall, while Cleveland fell to 12-22.

Tuesday May 13, 2009
Hamilton returns, homers/Rangers win.
Texas Center Fielder Josh Hamilton returned to the lineup after a 15 day stint on the disabled list and hit a seventh inning homerun, which proved to provide the go-ahead RBI’s. Hamilton’s homerun snapped a 1-1 tie, as the homerun led to more offense, as the Rangers won 7-1. Texas has now won 12 of 17 games, and continue to lead the American League West. In the game, Michael Young went 3-3 with two walks after coming back from missing two games.

Monday May 11th, 2009
Mets 1B Delgado out with sore hip.
The New York Mets first basemen Carlos Delgado was scratched once again from Monday’s lineup with a hip injury that continues to hamper the slugger. Delgado missed five straight games with an aching right hip, but returned last Monday, starting New York’s five game winning streak. Fernando Tatis will take Delgado’s place in the Mets lineup for the time being.

Monday May 11th, 2009
Hamilton set to rejoin Rangers.
Texas center fielder Josh Hamilton is set to rejoin the Texas Rangers. After a rehab stint with Triple A- Oklahoma the center fielder said his rib cage muscles “felt good”. Hamilton will return to Arlington on Tuesday for an evaluation, and is eligible to return to the lineup on Tuesday as well. Hamilton, who led the American League in RBI’s in 2008, has started the season slow with just a .242 batting average in 18 games this season.

Sunday May 10th, 2009
Royals’ Soria to disabled list.
Kansas City closer Joakim Soria injured his right shoulder in Sunday nights game at Anaheim and has been placed on the disabled list. According to Kansas City team doctors the timetable for Soria’s return is unknown. Juan Cruz looks to get the first opportunity to become the team’s closer. Kansas City is tied with Detroit at the top of the American League Central Division.

Saturday May 9th, 2009
Braun blasts homerun to lift Milwaukee.
Milwaukee star outfielder Ryan Braun hit a game winning two run homerun in the bottom of the eighth to lift the Milwaukee Brewers to a 3-2 win over the Chicago Cubs. Aaron Heilman took the loss for the Cubs to fall to 2-2 on the season.

Friday May 8th, 2009
Dodgers fall in first game without Manny.
Hours after Manny Ramirez was slapped with a 50 game suspension for using illegal drugs, the Dodgers fell at home to the Washington Nationals 11-9. Los Angeles jumped out to a quick start, scoring six runs in the bottom of the first inning, only to see their seven game winning streak later snapped. Josh Willingham got the offense started for Washington with a solo homerun in the sixth inning. Washington then blasted the Dodgers bullpen to win the game.

Thursday May 7, 2009:
Dodgers’ Ramirez suspended 50 games. The much maligned Los Angeles Dodgers star Manny Ramirez was suspended by Major League Baseball on Thursday for performance enhancing drugs. The Dodgers are in the midst of a 12-0 start at home, and have the best record in the National League. Ramirez claims “ I have never taken steroids” and was given this medication by a doctor. Manny ranks 17th on the career homerun list with 533. Ramirez is set to return July 3rd against San Diego, and will miss out on over $7 million of his $25 million contract.

Thursday May 7, 2009:
Cardinals’ Ankiel heads to disabled list after injury.
St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Rick Ankiel was officially placed on the disabled list Thursday three days after injuring himself crashing into the Busch Stadium wall. Ankiel has continued to be extremely sore after the incident. Ankiel considers himself very fortunate not to suffer a career threatening injury due to the impact he made with the outfield wall. To replace Ankiel, the Cardinals have bought the contract of Shane Robinson from Triple-A Memphis. Robinson, 24, is hitting .345 in 15 games with Memphis.

Wednesday May 6, 2009:
Halladay joins Greinke with six wins.
Roy Halladay tied Kansas City’s Zack Greinke at the top of wins in the major leagues on Wednesday night. In the win, Halladay threw eight innings, allowing six hits and just one run, striking out six and walking two. Halladay and has thrown at least seven innings in six of his seven starts. Wednesday night was the first time all season Halladay has walked more than one batter in a game. The win for Toronto pushed them to 20 wins on the season, and increased their AL East lead to two games over Boston.

Tuesday May 5, 2009:
Pujols named NL Player of the Month.
Albert Pujols, first basemen for the St. Louis Cardinals was named the National League Player of the month for the month of April. Albert hit .337 with 8 homeruns during April, and also picked up 28 RBI’s and 22 runs scored, which both led the league. Pujols also reached a milestone of 1,000 rbi’s in his career on April 25th. Adrian Gonzalez, Jorge Cantu and Manny Ramirez also received votes for the award.

Monday May 4, 2009:
Strasburg continues to sit atop Nationals draft board.
Stephen Strasburg continues to be the top target of the Washington Nationals in the 2009 MLB draft on June 9, 2009. Strasburg is 10-0 with 147 strikeouts and 15 walks for San Diego State on the season. The current price tag for Strasburg right after college appears to be nearing the $50 million mark.


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