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5/30/2016 | First shutout culmination of Locke's progression

Jeff Locke quickly and efficiently tossed 105 pitches on Monday night in Pittsburgh's first complete game since Vance Worley went the distance against the Giants on July 28, 2014.

5/30/2016 | Ozuna's on-base streak ends at 36 straight

Marcell Ozuna had strung together 36 straight games of reaching base safely, the longest such stretch in the Majors this season. But on Monday night, facing lefty Jeff Locke of the Pirates, Ozuna was hitless in three at-bats in a 10-0 loss at Marlins Park.

5/30/2016 | Yanks hope late rally is a sign of better things

The Yankees' bats seemed to be held up in customs until Brian McCann's long ninth-inning home run on Monday, a blast they hope indicates that a snooze plaguing most of their lineup is coming to an end.

5/30/2016 | Napoli hits home run for fan with cancer

Fans are always bringing signs to the game. However, this particular sign got Indians first baseman Mike Napoli's attention. The sign read "Chemo starts tomorrow. Mike Napoli, can I get a hug and a homer?" Prior to the start of the Indians' 9-2 loss to the Rangers on Monday, Napoli made his way to Kathi Heintzelman and signed some autographs for her -- and then he homered in the sixth inning.

5/30/2016 | Sweetest relief: Perfect day for Cubs' bullpen

Travis Wood was sitting on a couch in the Cubs' clubhouse at the start of the Dodgers' third inning on Monday when Jason Hammel went down with a cramp in his right hamstring.

5/30/2016 | Murphy's 3 hits, 3 RBIs lead Nats in Philly

Daniel Murphy continued his scorching-hot month of May by collecting three-hits, including the go-ahead two-run single in the eighth to lead the Nationals to a 4-3 comeback victory against the Phillies on Monday night at Citizens Bank Park.

5/30/2016 | Chacin goes distance as Halos tame Tigers

Jhoulys Chacin twirled his best start of the season and got the offensive outburst he needed as the Angels knocked off the Tigers, 5-1, in the first game of a three-game home set on Monday.

5/30/2016 | Astros don't need HRs to jump on D-backs

The Astros have had the reputation for the past few years as an offense that relies on the home run, and that's largely true. They showed Monday afternoon, though, that they can do some damage without hitting the ball out of the park.

5/30/2016 | Estrada quiets Yankees with 8 shutout frames

Right-hander Marco Estrada rose to the occasion when the Blue Jays needed him the most, tossing eight scoreless innings in a 4-2 victory over the Yankees on Monday night at Rogers Centre.

5/30/2016 | Giants pitching prospects dominate on Memorial Day

San Francisco Giants pitching prospects dominated at every Minor League level on Memorial Day as Phil Bickford, Clayton Blackburn, Sam Coonrod and Adalberto Mejia combined to allow two earned runs on 14 hits while piling up 32 strikeouts in 27 1/3 innings.

5/30/2016 | Pirates slam Marlins as Locke throws 3-hit shutout

Returning to the site of his first big league home run, Gregory Polanco on Monday connected on his first grand slam, a no-doubt blast that powered left-hander Jeff Locke and the Pirates to a 10-0 win over Miami at Marlins Park.

5/30/2016 | Sore left ankle forces Reds' Phillips out

Bothered by a sore left ankle that stemmed from crashing into a wall on Sunday, Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips was forced to exit Monday's 11-8 win over the Rockies in the seventh inning.

5/30/2016 | Harper day to day after pitch strikes knee

Bryce Harper left in the seventh inning of the Nationals' 4-3 victory over the Phillies on Monday night after being hit by a pitch on the right knee by Jeremy Hellickson.

5/30/2016 | Hot-hitting Polanco belts first grand slam

Pirates right fielder Gregory Polanco continued his breakout campaign -- and added to his video-game numbers at Marlins Park -- as he crossed another career first off his list in Monday night's 10-0 win.

5/30/2016 | Cashner working out kinks since return from DL

In his second start since coming off the disabled list, Andrew Cashner appeared to have found the form the Padres were hoping for all season.

5/30/2016 | Red Sox No. 7 prospect Travis out for season

Red Sox Minor Leaguer Sam Travis will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL in his left knee, the club announced Monday.

5/30/2016 | Arrieta faces Dodgers for 1st time since no-no

Jake Arrieta will take the mound today, facing the Dodgers for the first time since his no-hitter against them on Aug. 30. It's just one of several intriguing matchups set for the day's 15-game slate, all of which are available for streaming live on MLB.TV.

5/30/2016 | Cubs 1-hit LA with 7 innings of perfect relief

Jason Heyward hit an RBI single and scored on Anthony Rizzo's double in the fifth inning to lift the Cubs to their sixth straight win, a 2-0 victory on Monday over the Dodgers in front of a Memorial Day crowd of 41,470 at Wrigley Field.

5/30/2016 | Zimmermann eyes return to mound Friday

The toughest part of Jordan Zimmermann's path back to the Tigers rotation came Monday, and it didn't involve a single pitch. It did, however, involve a lot of grounders.

5/30/2016 | Francona ejected for arguing non-interference call

Indians manager Terry Francona was ejected in the third inning of Monday's 9-2 loss to the Rangers for arguing over a controversial call up the first-base line.

5/30/2016 | MLB honors veterans at ballparks across the nation

Major League Baseball honored fallen servicemen and servicewomen at ballparks around the country on Memorial Day.

5/30/2016 | At long last, Boxberger rejoins Rays

Closer Brad Boxberger, who saved 41 games a year ago, rejoined the Rays on Monday after having adductor surgery in the spring.

5/30/2016 | Monster Matts wield big bats in Cards' victory

While the bottom five places in the Cardinals' order went 0-for-18 before Kolten Wong snuck a single through to right field in the eighth, the top of the lineup, in particular Matt Carpenter and Matt Holliday, supplied more than enough commotion to lift the Cardinals to a 6-0 victory over the Brewers on Monday.

5/30/2016 | Santana (hamstring) to DL; Buxton called up

Outfielder Danny Santana was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring strain suffered in the Twins' 3-2 loss to the Athletics on Monday afternoon. In the corresponding roster move, Byron Buxton was recalled from Triple-A Rochester and is expected to join the team in time for Tuesday night's game.

5/30/2016 | Coco celebrates everyday role with leadoff HR

Coco Crisp has swiftly morphed into an everyday player again, and he's been the healthy, productive kind the A's haven't seen in years.

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