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5/19/2012 | Tigers to honor Wilson with Legacy Award
Without the addition of veteran hurler Earl Wilson from Boston in 1966, the Tigers might never have made their charge to the 1968 World Series.

5/19/2012 | Gomez gives Indians great start in win
A fourth-inning home run by Asdrubal Cabrera and another solid outing from starter Jeanmar Gomez led the Indians past the Marlins, 2-0, in the second game of a three-game Interleague series Saturday afternoon at Progressive Field.

5/19/2012 | Vargas shuts down Rockies to clinch series
Left-hander Jason Vargas received a lot of early run support and more than made it hold, allowing three runs on five hits in seven innings as the Mariners cruised to a 10-3 win Saturday at Coors Field.

5/19/2012 | Giants' Vogelsong brilliant in win over A's
Ryan Vogelsong tossed a gem, and the Giants broke open a scoreless game with a four-run seventh inning to take the second game of this Interleague series against the Oakland A's, 4-0, on Saturday at AT&T Park.

5/19/2012 | Cubs' Wood officially says goodbye on his terms
On Saturday, Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood made it official, formally announcing his retirement in a brief and intimate ceremony at Wrigley Field.

5/19/2012 | Reds considering moving Chapman to closer
There could be a change coming in the Reds' closer role, with manager Dusty Baker hinting late Saturday afternoon that he might turn from Sean Marshall to Aroldis Chapman.

5/19/2012 | Twin homers by Bucs' McCutchen trump Tigers
Andrew McCutchen blasted two two-run homers against the Tigers, one in the first and one in the fifth. A.J. Burnett went six, allowing two runs on seven hits.

5/19/2012 | Cobb's return propels Rays to Interleague win
Matt Joyce's third-inning grand slam helped make Alex Cobb a winner in his first start of the season as the Rays beat the Braves, 5-2, in Interleague Play on Saturday at Tropicana Field.

5/19/2012 | Hudson expected to play backup for White Sox
Infielder Orlando Hudson, who was released on May 17 by the Padres, has agreed to terms with the White Sox but has not signed officially, according to a source close to the situation.

5/19/2012 | Plouffe's go-ahead homer tops Brewers in 11
Trevor Plouffe hit a go-ahead solo home run in the 11th inning to give the Twins a 5-4 win over the Brewers on Saturday at Miller Park.

5/19/2012 | Boston's Ross sits; Sweeney, Papi banged up
Cody Ross may need further examinations, while Red Sox teammates David Ortiz and Ryan Sweeney came away from a 7-5 win over the Phillies on Saturday feeling less than great.

5/19/2012 | Konerko to return once swelling subsides
After being hit by a pitch on Friday, White Sox first baseman and captain Paul Konerko looked like a fighter who absorbed a few too many shots to the left side of his face when he talked to the media prior to Saturday's game at Wrigley Field.

5/19/2012 | Youk few games from return, says Valentine
Red Sox third baseman Kevin Youkilis went 1-for-3 with Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday, making him 2-for-5 in his two rehab starts. He was scheduled to play seven innings on Saturday, and manager Bobby Valentine said Youkilis is likely still a couple of games away.

5/19/2012 | Yanks aim to build on productive ninth inning
With Raul Ibanez at second and the Yankees down three runs in Saturday's 6-5 loss to the Reds, Nick Swisher hit an RBI single that sparked a ninth-inning comeback. While the rally fell a run short of tying the game, the Yankees finally broke out of an 0-for-22 slump with runners in scoring position, giving the team a stroke of confidence.

5/19/2012 | South Siders' Morel sidelined by nagging back pain
White Sox third baseman Brent Morel was scratched from Friday's lineup because of recurring back pain and most likely leave him inactive for the entire weekend unless there's an emergency situation.

5/19/2012 | In a pinch, White Sox pitchers may grab a bat
With Brent Morel and Paul Konerko out of action, the White Sox entered Saturday's game against the Cubs having just 11 healthy position players, opening the possibility of a pitcher being called to pinch-hit.

5/19/2012 | Cook nears rehab stint; Dice-K's next start iffy
Aaron Cook threw a bullpen session Saturday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. Manager Bobby Valentine said the team has established a plan for Cook to get on a rehab assignment, but only once Cook's legs are ready.

5/19/2012 | Sox's Saltalmacchia takes licking, but in lineup
Twelve stitches and less than a day after some odd bounces left him hurt, catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia was back in the Red Sox's lineup on Saturday.

5/19/2012 | Valentine reflects on first ejection with Sox
Bobby Valentine's first ejection as Red Sox manager Friday night in a 6-4 loss to the Phillies had some misdirected Big League Chew.

5/19/2012 | Wells back in Cubs' bullpen mix as long man
With the retirement of Kerry Wood, right-hander Randy Wells was recalled from Triple-A Iowa on Saturday to join the relief corps, which includes rookie Blake Parker, called up Thursday, and Casey Coleman, who was added one week ago.

5/19/2012 | No time for Lalli to settle in with Cubs
Catcher Blake Lalli was buying breakfast on Friday when he got a phone call telling him he was going to join the Cubs.

5/19/2012 | Epstein appreciates Wood's legacy with Cubs
Kerry Wood talked informally about the next stage of his career with Theo Epstein, Cubs president of baseball operations, before the pitcher announced his retirement on Friday.

5/19/2012 | O's Reynolds pain-free, not swinging a bat yet
Orioles manager Buck Showalter said that Mark Reynolds is just about pain-free and, even though ha hasn't been swinging a bat yet, he could come off the disabled list later this month.

5/19/2012 | Move back to third-base side works for Gregg
Kevin Gregg spent the offseason and Spring Training learning to pitch from the first-base side of the mound, and the results were not at all what he had hoped.

5/19/2012 | Competitive group of O's driven to succeed
The Orioles have a very competitive group this season. It's one reason they're in first place in the American League East and have been one of the best teams in baseball.

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