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Cardinals manager Mike Matheny said Carlos Martinez is "good to go" for today's start against the Washington Nationals. There was some question about whether he would make the start, not because of the lawsuit filed against him in Miami, but because he -- like a lot of the Cardinals lately -- has been dealing with flu-like symptoms.
A perfect Sunday morning here in L.A. where the Dodgers will try to avoid a not-so-perfect winless seven-game homestand.
The Tigers have yet to make a decision on whether rookie Michael Fulmer, who made his MLB debut on Friday night, will make next start on Thursday in Cleveland. Decision likely to come down tomorrow during the team's off-day. Will probably come down to him or fellow pitching prospect Matt Boyd. Indians lineup will likely be a determining factor
Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright wasn't on the mound Saturday, so his way of staying entertained was to make faces at the TV camera.
And then dabbed after the nifty toss.
Indians 2B Jason Kipnis takes a pregame joyride on the Phillie Phanatic’s ATV. The Phanatic reacts playfully when his ride is returned.
If George Steinbrenner were still alive, how would he handle New York's current struggles? Buster Olney offers up his thoughts.
Dodgers: 6th straight loss..Marlins: 7th straight win...Wade Miley (SEA): 1st career shutout...
Pirates: 6th straight win to improve to 15-9; best start through 24 games since starting 17-7 in 1992
This week's Top 10: 1. Cubs 2. Nationals 3. White Sox 4. Mets 5. Pirates 6. Baltimore 7. Kansas City. 8. Texas 9. Boston 10. SEA. Fire away.
Curt Casali's RBI single in the ninth inning gave the Rays a 4-3 win over the Blue Jays.
Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton amazingly hit one off the scoreboard tonight in Milwaukee.
Twins catcher John Ryan Murphy appeared to be expecting a different pitch from starter Tyler Duffey. Justin Upton wasn't fooled at all, though.
David Ortiz is set to retire at the end of this season, but he's going out swinging ... literally. Here's his second home run in as many nights, No. 508 of his career.