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5/16/2012 | Luck could change for Fister, but Twins stand in way
The Tigers will try to reverse Doug Fister's fortunes Thursday, when they meet the Twins in the finale of the short two-game series.

5/16/2012 | Nolasco goes for record opposite Beachy, Braves
Ricky Nolasco has fond memories of Turner Field, and he'll look to make another one Thursday as the Marlins and Braves wrap up a two-game set.

5/16/2012 | Harang looks to solve his Padres problem
Aaron Harang and Edinson Volquez, both coming off excellent outings, will face each other in the finale of their brief, two-game series Thursday evening at Petco Park as the Padres look to win their third straight game and the Dodgers look to avoid a third straight defeat.

5/16/2012 | Young righties set to duel in series finale in DC
Thursday's finale of a two-game series between the Pirates and Nationals will feature a matchup of two of the top young pitching talents in the Major Leagues.

5/15/2012 | Harper hits no-doubter for first MLB homer
Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper, the person pegged as the LeBron James of baseball, hit his first Major League home run on Monday night against the Padres.

5/15/2012 | Nats' Leon has MLB debut cut short by injury
The Nationals suffered a blow on Monday night when catcher Sandy Leon, making his Major League debut, had to leave the game in the fourth inning against the Padres with a high sprain of his right ankle.

5/15/2012 | Nova, Robertson among injured Yankees
Yankees right-hander Ivan Nova was removed from his start during Monday's 8-5 win over the Orioles in the bottom of the sixth inning after sustaining a bruised right foot and sprained right ankle. X-rays taken during the game were negative.

5/15/2012 | Francisco navigates ninth to close out Mets' win
Frank Francisco did not save Monday's game so much as he survived it, but on this night the Mets were happy enough with that in a 3-1 win over the Brewers at Citi Field.

5/15/2012 | Facing tough matchup, Soriano lifts Cubs to win
Cubs outfielder Alfonso Soriano entered his eighth-inning at-bat against Mitchell Boggs on Monday with an 0-for-9 head-to-head mark. He left it with a single and the go-ahead RBI in a 6-4 victory.

5/15/2012 | Rays ride six-run fifth, strong relief to sink Jays
The bullpen answered the bell after losing starter Jeff Niemann to a leg injury, while the offense plated six runs in the fifth inning, sparking the Rays to 7-1 victory over the Blue Jays on Monday night at Rogers Centre.

5/15/2012 | Phillips keys late rally as Reds win in Atlanta
Homer Bailey pitched into the seventh inning and Brandon Phillips delivered a tiebreaking double in the eighth as the Reds defeated the Braves, 3-1, at Turner Field to move within 1 1/2 games of the Cardinals in the National League Central and knock Atlanta out of first place in the NL East.

5/15/2012 | Snapping late tie, Teixeira finishes O's
Mark Teixeira blasted a two-run homer in the seventh inning to put his club ahead and the Yankees made it hold up, posting an 8-5 victory over the Orioles on Monday at Camden Yards.

5/15/2012 | Chen stymies Rangers, keeps Royals rolling
Bruce Chen and the Royals are rolling. Chen won his second straight start, and the Royals notched their fifth victory in the last six games on Monday night, 3-1, over the Texas Rangers, the American League's best team.

5/15/2012 | Choo to rescue as Indians sneak past Twins
Shin-Soo Choo came through in the ninth with the go-ahead single after the bullpen spoiled a fine outing by right-hander Jeanmar Gomez in the Indians' 5-4 win over the Twins on Monday.

5/15/2012 | Viciedo leads White Sox comeback vs. Tigers
Dayan Viciedo homered and drove in four runs, Adam Dunn hit his 12th homer and Zach Stewart pitched three-plus scoreless innings in relief, as the White Sox surprised the Tigers with a 7-5 comeback victory on Monday in Chicago.

5/15/2012 | Leach: It's hard not to focus on Harper
As Bryce Harper gets older, more polished and more refined, the numbers will come. Right now, he's a spectacle. Maybe the best spectacle in baseball.

5/15/2012 | Kershaw cruises, LA wins 5th straight
In a clash of last year's 21-game winners that included an exchange of brushback pitches, Clayton Kershaw outdueled Ian Kennedy and the D-backs on Monday night, 3-1.

5/15/2012 | Swell Miguel comes up big for Mets vs. Crew
Miguel Batista, making his third start of the season, threw 108 pitches in seven scoreless innings and fanned five Brewers to lead the Mets to a 3-1 win at Citi Field.

5/15/2012 | A's roll in Anaheim behind Ross
Josh Reddick's first-inning homer proved to be just the right dose of momentum to jump-start the A's to a series-opening win at Angel Stadium, where Tyson Ross pitched six dominant innings in Monday's 5-0 decision.

5/15/2012 | Baseball hit with outbreak of multihomer games
It seems incongruous on the surface, but in a season of overpowering pitching, we've seen an outbreak of multihomer games. The leader of the slugging pack is Texas superstar Josh Hamilton, who has scalded baseballs in the past week as few hitters have in the game's history.

5/15/2012 | Late rally gives Giants win over Rockies
The Giants' 3-2 victory Monday night over the Colorado Rockies looked like a revival of 2010-style torture, but it really was all about the here and now.

5/15/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Monday, May 14
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 14 Mane Men of the Day.

5/15/2012 | Avery needs little time to fit in with O's
When Xavier Avery pulled into second base with his first career hit on Monday, he found himself face to face with one of the game's all-time greats, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.

5/15/2012 | Tulo's injury looms large in Rockies' loss to Giants
Sidelined by a freak accident just minutes before, Rockies star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki could only watch helplessly Monday as Chris Nelson grounded out to end the Rockies' 3-2 defeat against the Giants, their ninth loss in 10 contests.

5/15/2012 | O's give Chen second chance to deny Yanks
Wei-Yin Chen will take the ball for Baltimore against formidable Yankees lefty CC Sabathia when the clubs finish off a two-game series at Camden Yards on Tuesday.

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