9/21/2013 | Candid Davey has eye on present, not past or future
Davey Johnson has done pretty much everything in his baseball career as a player and manager. And with his tenure as the Nationals' skipper winding down, Johnson sat down for a Q&A with MLB.com.
9/21/2013 | Value undeniable, but Freeman stays humble
Freddie Freeman has said his teammates deserve some of the credit for his first 100-RBI season, but he has done his part while hitting .431 (53-for-123) with runners in scoring position.
9/21/2013 | Heyward gets breather after successful return
Manager Fredi Gonzalez stuck to his plan to limit Jason Heyward to a potential pinch-hit appearance on Saturday at Wrigley Field.
9/21/2013 | Willingham out of lineup, available off bench
Veteran slugger Josh Willingham was out of the Twins' starting lineup on Saturday with a sore left foot but was deemed available off the bench.
9/21/2013 | 'Happy' with work since return, Baker eyes '14
Cubs right-hander Scott Baker -- who will be a free agent at season's end -- said he's pleased with the progress he made in big league action since returning from Tommy John surgery.
9/21/2013 | Wrigley Field 100th anniversary logo unveiled
The Cubs began the celebration of Wrigley Field's 100th anniversary on Saturday with the unveiling of a logo designed by Brandon Ort of New Bremen, Ohio, whose design was picked from more than 1,200 entries.
9/21/2013 | Worst-to-first finishes becoming more common
In the first 90 years of Major League Baseball, no team had ever gone from worst to first. But over the last 24 years, it has happened 11 times. Boston, which finished last in the American League East with a 69-93 record a year ago -- 26 games behind the Yankees, became the latest to accomplish the feat, clinching the division title on Friday night.
9/21/2013 | Yankees to honor Mo on uniforms, hats
It's not often teams wear a patch to honor an active player, but that's what the Yankees will do during their final four home games this season.
9/21/2013 | Although cleared, Romine's season could be over
Austin Romine has been medically cleared to play, but manager Joe Girardi said on Saturday that there's a chance the catcher won't play again this season.
9/21/2013 | Girardi hopes A-Rod can return to hot corner
Joe Girardi is hoping he'll be able to pencil Alex Rodriguez in at third base sometime soon, but the Yankees manager still isn't sure when that might happen.
9/21/2013 | Bautista provides young Dominicans with options
Athletes in the Dominican Republic often don't have a lot of options at their disposal. But that is something Jose Bautista is hoping to change through his Bautista Family Education Fund.
9/21/2013 | Giant accomplishment: Nova fires six-hitter
Ivan Nova tossed a six-hit shutout while Eduardo Nunez and Alfonso Soriano homered, powering the Yankees to a 6-0 victory over the Giants on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.
9/21/2013 | Close, but no cigars quite yet for Braves, A's
The A's and Braves are sitting on a magic number of one, with Oakland and Atlanta needing to wait one more day to clinch division titles.
9/21/2013 | Cobb brilliant for Wild Card-leading Rays
After a game in which the Rays tied the Major League record for the number of pitchers used, the bullpen needed a light workload on Saturday. Alex Cobb gave his team that and more, allowing five hits and striking out 12 over 8 1/3 innings in a 5-1 win over the Orioles.
9/21/2013 | Rays bring up Beliveau to boost bullpen
Left-handed reliever Jeff Beliveau had been deciding whether to play winter ball or shut down his arm for the offseason. Instead he was recalled for the fourth time this season and joined the Rays on Saturday.
9/21/2013 | Young Rays raise hope for bright future
The fact that such young players as Tim Beckham, Jake Odorizzi and Chris Gimenez played a prominent role in such a big game as Friday's can only bode well for the Rays down the road, according to Joe Maddon.
9/21/2013 | Rays in good hands with Escobar at shortstop
Joe Maddon considers the 2013 Rays his best defensive squad since he arrived in 2006, thanks in large part to Yunel Escobar, who is on pace to break the team record for fielding percentage by a shortstop.
9/21/2013 | Marathon men: Six from Friday in lineup on Saturday
Six Orioles who played all 18 innings as Friday night gave way to Saturday morning were back in the lineup on Saturday afternoon: Manny Machado, Chris Davis, Adam Jones, Nick Markakis, J.J. Hardy and Danny Valencia.
9/21/2013 | O's reinforce bullpen with Belfiore, Britton
After using 10 pitchers in Friday night's 18-inning loss to the Rays, the Orioles on Saturday called up left-handers Mike Belfiore and Zach Britton to reinforce their bullpen.
9/21/2013 | Venezuela never far from Ramos' thoughts
Wilson Ramos, who recently started 24 straight games behind the plate after miss most of last season with an ACL injury, credits a popular dish from his native Venezuela for is renewed health and durability.
9/21/2013 | Apology accepted, Gregg will not be released by Cubs
Theo Epstein accepted Kevin Gregg's apology, and the right-hander will not be released, the Cubs announced Saturday. Gregg had made derogatory comments about the team following a rough outing Friday.
9/21/2013 | Miggy an MVP on the field and in the community
Miguel Cabrera exploits on the diamond are well-documented, but the Tigers superstar is also picking up recognition for his presence in the community. For the second straight year, he is the Tigers' nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award.
9/21/2013 | Ruiz stresses need for education to Philly kids
Carlos Ruiz ranks among the top catchers in Phillies history, but his work with local Latino children through his "Chooch's Chicos" program has been every bit as important as anything he's done on the field.
9/21/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: September 21
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
9/21/2013 | One a lonely number for playoff-hungry Yankees
Alex Rodriguez says, "You've got to think one game at a time." You've heard that one before, right? This time, it makes sense. Actually, it's about the only hope the Yankees have. They've got eight games remaining. By their own count, they need to win, oh, eight of them.
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