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4/19/2012 | Brewers walk off again as Morgan races home
Ryan Braun drove home Nyjer Morgan with a sacrifice fly in the 10th inning to give the Brewers their second consecutive walk-off win in a 3-2 victory against the Dodgers on Wednesday.

4/19/2012 | Giants walk off winners in superb Cain-Lee duel
Melky Cabrera ended an evening of magnificent pitching with an 11th-inning single that scored Brandon Belt and lifted the Giants to a 1-0 decision Wednesday over the Philadelphia Phillies.

4/19/2012 | Colon deals 38 strikes in row in baffling Halos
Bartolo Colon proved seemingly untouchable, throwing 82 strikes -- including 38 in a row at one point -- while helping the A's to their second straight win, a 6-0 decision over the Angels.

4/19/2012 | Early homers help Vargas quiet Indians
Chone Figgins and Ichiro Suzuki hit first-inning home runs and Jason Vargas went seven strong frames as the Mariners topped the Indians, 4-1, on Wednesday at Safeco Field.

4/19/2012 | Cuddyer bruises toe, but says it's fine
Outfielder Michael Cuddyer, the most consistent hitter among Rockies regulars, left Wednesday night's 8-4 victory over the Padres in the seventh inning with a bruised left big toe.

4/19/2012 | Toughness clearly runs in Marquis' family
Twins right-hander Jason Marquis grew up on nearby Staten Island. As a native New Yorker and one-time Yankee fan he knows what it takes to be tough. So does his 7-year-old daughter, Reese.

4/19/2012 | Wieland hopes to further Phillies' struggles
Joe Wieland had the unfortunate pleasure of meeting Matt Kemp and the streaking Dodgers in his Major League debut. He might find the scuffling Phillies lineup more to his liking Thursday.

4/19/2012 | Floyd looks to split series vs. O's, Hammel
Orioles right-hander Jason Hammel will face off against White Sox pitcher Gavin Floyd in the final contest of the four-game set.

4/19/2012 | Tigers set to host Rangers in ALCS rematch
The Rangers and Tigers followed up their meeting in the 2011 American League Championship Series with plenty of action on the free-agent market during the winter. The two sides didn't have to wait long this season for a rematch, as they meet for a four-game series in Detroit starting Thursday.

4/19/2012 | Wolf looks to bounce back against Dodgers
Randy Wolf looks to bounce back from a rough start his last time out as the Brewers take on Aaron Harang and the Dodgers on Thursday at Miller Park.

4/19/2012 | Wilson set for Big A debut in finale against A's
Two Southern California natives will make their first home starts in more ways than one when the A's and Angels wrap up their four-game series on Thursday.

4/19/2012 | MLB Notebook: Lee, Cain have duel for ages
The Phillies' Cliff Lee tossed 10 shutout innings and the Giants' Matt Cain blanked Philadelphia for nine Wednesday in a duel that eventually went to San Francisco in the 11th.

4/19/2012 | All-Star ballot unveiled; voting begins today
Balloting is only hours away for the 83rd All-Star Game on July 10 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, marking the return of an annual fan tradition that shatters voting records each summer, signals that the season is into its groove, and sets Major League Baseball apart from all other sports leagues.

4/19/2012 | All-Star activities to feature charitable initiatives
As part of the community and charitable initiatives leading up to the 83rd All-Star Game, Major League Baseball and the Royals will donate more than $3.5 million to MLB All-Star projects in the greater Kansas City area and national charitable initiatives.

4/19/2012 | Pudge set to hang up mitt for good today
Ivan Rodriguez, who was one of the best all-around catchers in big league history, will announce his retirement Monday in Texas.

4/19/2012 | Fenway birthday adds to Red Sox-Yanks rivalry
There is always a buzz in the air when the Red Sox and Yankees square off, but it will be an extra-special affair Friday, on Fenway's 100th birthday.

4/19/2012 | Miami keeping a close eye on Infante, LoMo
Best-case scenario, injured second baseman Omar Infante is back in the Marlins' lineup either on Friday or during the weekend series in Washington.

4/19/2012 | Hanley moving up Marlins' home run list
With his two-run blast on Wednesday night against the Cubs, Miami third baseman Hanley Ramirez tied Miguel Cabrera for third place on the Marlins' all-time home run list. With 138, Ramirez is closing in on Mike Lowell's 143 for second.

4/19/2012 | Gammons: Forty years of Fenway memories
People remember Ted and Rice and Yaz and all the runs scored, but watching Luis Tiant, Pedro Martinez and Schilling win huge games with guile, not style, provide some of the greatest memories of the past 40 years of Fenway Park.

4/19/2012 | Epstein urges patience amid Cubs' slow start
Cubs president Theo Epstein, in Miami on Thursday after scouting some players for the upcoming First-Year Player Draft, said fans need to look at the big picture, rather than panic over the team's slow start.

4/19/2012 | Mattingly wants replay for calls at home plate
Don Mattingly didn't need to see the replay of Wednesday night's game-ending play at the plate to decide that baseball needs instant replay for calls at home, especially game-ending ones.

4/19/2012 | Uribe day to day with inflamed left wrist
Third baseman Juan Uribe missed Thursday's game against the Brewers with a mildly inflamed left wrist and is considered day to day.

4/19/2012 | McCollum enjoying 'surreal' part-time gig
Teams usually want left-handed pitchers who are tough to hit, but the Dodgers spent Spring Training looking for one who is easy to hit. They finally found one, which means that Wes McCollum has the coolest part-time gig of any 24-year-old from Brea, Calif.

4/19/2012 | Playing with pain, Phillips gets first homer, RBIs
Admittedly playing at 60 percent on a sore left hamstring, Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips is clearly favoring the injury when he runs.

4/19/2012 | Berkman to DL; Schumaker to take his place
General manager John Mozeliak confirmed that the Cardinals plan to place Lance Berkman on the 15-day disabled list after the first baseman aggravated a left calf injury in Wednesday's 11-1 win over the Reds.

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