5/26/2013 | Nats will take on O's hot bats in Battle of Beltways
With the way the Orioles have mashed American League pitching in May, they might be hesitant to hop leagues. As Baltimore enters the final week of May, the offense is rolling and it will head to the nation's capital on Monday to take on the Nationals.
5/26/2013 | Pap's Fenway return highlights Phils-Sox matchup
Jonathan Papelbon will return to Fenway Park on Monday for the first time since leaving for Philadelphia as a free agent following the 2011 campaign. The Phillies wouldn't mind seeing him pitch before the same fans that cheered for him for seven years.
5/26/2013 | Strasburg's sparkling outing bests Hamels, Phillies
A seventh-inning surge by the Nationals backed Stephen Strasburg, who pitched eight superb innings to help Washington top the Phillies, 6-1, on Sunday afternoon at Nationals Park.
5/26/2013 | Clutch Kawasaki, Blue Jays pull off amazing walk-off
Munenori Kawasaki smacked a two-out, two-run walk-off double in the ninth as the Blue Jays won, 6-5, and drew a series split with the O's on Sunday.
5/26/2013 | Start vs. Rays a homecoming of sorts for Fernandez
Jose Fernandez, who went to high school in Tampa, starts against the Marlins at Tropicana Field on Monday. He'll be opposed by fellow rookie Jake Odorizzi, filling in for the injured David Price.
5/26/2013 | Yankees, Mets begin another Subway Series chapter
On Monday the Subway Series rivalry reignites -- with a new twist -- as the Mets welcome the Yankees to Citi Field for a home-and-home series. The Mets will play host on Monday and Tuesday before the four-game set shifts to Yankee Stadium for two more contests, on Wednesday and Thursday.
5/26/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 26
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
5/26/2013 | Cobb extends mastery of Yanks, snaps Rays' skid
Alex Cobb kept the second-guessers in check on Sunday, and the Yankees' bats, too. After being moved up in the rotation because of Thursday's off-day, Cobb validated the decision by carving up the Yankees in an 8-3 win.
5/26/2013 | Cobb won't dwell on 'what if' play at first
Alex Cobb had cut up the Yankees' lineup through six innings and, save for an infield single in the third, would have been perfect. The problem came when replays showed that Jayson Nix's infield single should have been an out.
5/26/2013 | Rangers' Holland outpitches Felix in Seattle
Derek Holland outpitched Felix Hernandez, striking out 10 while allowing two unearned runs in 6 2/3 innings. The Mariners' ace has now lost to the Rangers a record-tying 18 times.
5/26/2013 | Kemp downplays reaction after double-switch
Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp was visibly upset when manager Don Mattingly removed him from the game in a double-switch in the top of the seventh inning on Saturday. But Kemp said he was simply shouting out of frustration, and not at Mattingly.
5/25/2013 | Padres ride Cabrera, five-run inning to halt slide
Everth Cabrera was a triple shy of hitting for the cycle and racked up four RBIs to pace the Padres to a 10-4 victory against the D-backs and snap a three-game losing streak.
5/25/2013 | Surging Teheran tries to help Braves win nine in a row
The Braves are back to their winning ways. The Mets, however, are still struggling to find something to get excited about. Atlanta has won eight straight games and has to feel good about Sunday's series finale at Citi Field with right-hander Julio Teheran on the mound. New York will counter with Shaun Marcum.
5/25/2013 | More positive Ryan: '.200 feels like .550'
Brendan Ryan entered Saturday 13-for-32 (.406) in his last nine games, a run that raised his average 80 points in 12 days, from his season low of .122 to .202, and gave the Mariners' shortstop just enough breathing room to take a lighthearted approach to his slump.
5/25/2013 | Reluctant Wedge calls more replay 'inevitable'
The day after Mariners catcher Jesus Sucre's first Major League at-bat turned into a double play that really wasn't, manager Eric Wedge conceded expanded use of instant replay is probably "inevitable."
5/25/2013 | Triunfel's new-found patience is paying off
Mariners infielder Carlos Triunfel said before his first start of the season on Saturday that he's been working diligently since last summer to be far more patient at the plate. It's paying off.
5/25/2013 | Adams to be activated from DL; Rosenberg sent out
The Phillies will activate right-hander Mike Adams from the disabled list before Sunday's series finale against the Nationals. They optioned right-hander B.J. Rosenberg following Saturday's 5-3 victory to make room for Adams on the roster.
5/25/2013 | Nelson shoulders burden for missed call
Umpire Jeff Nelson took no solace from the fact that he wasn't the only one fooled when he mistakenly called the second out of a Rangers double play in the second inning of Texas' 9-5 win in Seattle on Friday night.
5/25/2013 | Richard on track to return Monday in Seattle
Left-hander Clayton Richard, who has been on the disabled list since May 5 with an intestinal virus, appears ready for action.
5/25/2013 | Steals leader Cabrera glad adjustments are paying off
Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera, who leads the Majors in stolen bases this season, says he's no longer the player he once was -- and that's a good thing.
5/25/2013 | Gattis now known as Braves' Monster Masher
It's not quite Fernandomania, but 26-year-old rookie sensation Evan Gattis is turning heads with his clutch home runs for the Braves. He also has a big fan in former Atlanta third baseman/outfielder Chipper Jones.
5/25/2013 | Marquis, Corbin riding hot streaks into rubber match
Two of the game's hottest pitchers are lined up to duel in the desert on Sunday at Chase Field, as Arizona's Patrick Corbin takes his perfect record to the hill against the Padres and right-hander Jason Marquis.
5/25/2013 | Putz resumes throwing, won't be rushed back
Two and a half weeks after being diagnosed with a sprained UCL in his throwing elbow, D-backs closer J.J. Putz has begun playing catch on flat ground.
5/25/2013 | D-backs undecided on pitching order for doubleheader
D-backs manager Kirk Gibson knows Trevor Cahill and Ian Kennedy will both pitch in Monday's split doubleheader against the Rangers, he just hasn't decided who will start first.
5/25/2013 | Corbin using new mouthpiece on his stellar run
If you've watched D-backs starter Patrick Corbin throw this season, you've probably noticed the left-hander chewing on a mouthguard during his outings.
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