5/5/2016 | Britton earns the win in return from injury
Zach Britton, who sprained his left ankle on Saturday, returned to action on Thursday and got four key outs and the win in the Orioles' victory over the Yankees.
5/5/2016 | Gausman dominant in no-decision
Kevin Gausman may have ended up with a no-decision on Thursday night, but there was no debating that he gave the Orioles their best start of the season. Gausman tied a career high with eight dominant innings, holding the Yankees to just three hits in the Orioles' walk-off win in 10 innings.
5/5/2016 | Duvall finding groove as everyday left fielder
Adam Duvall already earned his role as the regular left fielder for the Reds. Now, he is continuing to prove he truly belongs in the Major Leagues as an everyday player.
5/5/2016 | April showers bring May Encarnacion homers
Edwin Encarnacion might be a traditionally slow starter, but he owns the month of May. Encarnacion's 32 home runs in May since 2013 are the most by anyone in baseball. Toronto's veteran slugger went 3-for-4 with a home run, two doubles, a walk and six RBIs in Thursday's win over the Rangers.
5/5/2016 | Zobrist hits the power switch to spark offense
On Wednesday, Ben Zobrist hit a three-run homer while batting left-handed. On Thursday night, he belted a two-run shot from the right side. "It's a good sign for me," said Zobrist, who drove in four runs in the Cubs' 5-2 win on Thursday over the Nationals.
5/5/2016 | Smooth performance: Vintage Brantley back
In a 9-4 victory over the Tigers that completed a three-game series sweep, Michael Brantley drove in three runs, churned out four hits and made an impressive running, tumbling catch at a critical point in the game.
5/5/2016 | Rodgers, Alcantara among top prospect performers Thursday
Some scouts were down on Brendan Rodgers after his uneven, injury-laden pro debut last summer, when he hit .273/.340/.429 with three homers in 37 games after the Rockies selected him No. 3 overall in the 2015 draft. What a difference a year makes.
5/5/2016 | Strike-filled outing pleases Ray despite result
Robbie Ray needed a good outing. His last two had been somewhat shaky and the lefty was hoping to turn it around.
5/5/2016 | Simon, Hoover prolong differing Reds streaks
5/5/2016 | Cano strikes in 9th, keeps Mariners rolling in Houston
Robinson Cano snapped a ninth-inning tie with a three-run double over the head of center fielder Carlos Gomez to send the Mariners to their fourth consecutive win, 6-3, over the Astros in Thursday night's series opener at Minute Maid Park.
5/5/2016 | Locked-in Castellanos does his part vs. Tribe
The batting average on balls in play is unsustainable. The strikeout-to-walk ratio seems untenable. And yet, Nick Castellanos continues to hit. And more than any of the bigger-name stars in Detroit's lineup, he continues to hit the Indians.
5/5/2016 | Crew hopes Anderson pitches out of slump
The Brewers' plan to reverse Chase Anderson's recent fortunes is simple: Keep pitching him.
5/5/2016 | Yelich can't get bunt down, hits homer instead
Not executing a sacrifice bunt ended up paying huge dividends for the Marlins in the eighth inning. Christian Yelich, with a runner on second, attempted a bunt that squibbed foul.
5/5/2016 | Conley sets club record for hitless stretch in win
When Welington Castillo singled with two outs in the fourth inning, it put an end to a record-setting streak for Adam Conley.
5/5/2016 | Papi, Thor may open weekend on strong note
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5/5/2016 | O's walk off over Yanks after classic duel
Pedro Alvarez's sacrifice fly off Yankees closer Andrew Miller gave the Orioles a 1-0 walk-off win in the 10th inning on Thursday night.
5/5/2016 | Kang rejoins Bucs for series in St. Louis
Jung Ho Kang is back with the Pirates.
5/5/2016 | Indians pile on for sweep, now 6-0 vs. Tigers
The Tigers have been an annual thorn in Cleveland's side during Indians manager Terry Francona's time at the helm. With a 9-4 victory over Detroit on Thursday night, the Tribe continued to flip the script in a rivalry that had been fairly one-sided in recent years.
5/5/2016 | Shaw a perfect example of effect Epstein still has
There's never been a day in baseball like Thursday in Chicago. It marked the first time ever that four first-place teams played games in the same city on the same day. And if that wasn't enough of a twist, let's add this for the degree of difficulty. Not only were there four first-place teams within Chicago city limits at the same time but two of them were largely the handiwork of one executive.
5/5/2016 | White Sox honor Ortiz; Commish on hand
When David Ortiz decided that 2016 was going to be his final Major League season, he gave Commissioner Rob Manfred a heads-up before the news become public. Manfred was appreciative of the gesture -- and of the fine career Ortiz has produced.
5/5/2016 | Hamilton not ready to start rehab assignment
Josh Hamilton's path back to the Major Leagues has hit another snag, as the Rangers announced Thursday that the veteran outfielder will not start his rehab assignment when first eligible on Friday.
5/5/2016 | Manfred tuned in with Chicago on big stage
The hot starts by the Cubs and White Sox, who entered Thursday with the best records in the National and American Leagues, are the talk of the town, and their success has caught the eye of Commissioner Rob Manfred, too.
5/5/2016 | Manfred shares optimism on labor talks
While negotiations on a new labor contract remain in the early stages, Commissioner Rob Manfred is encouraged by the pace of talks. He hopes a new deal will be in place before the end of the World Series.
5/5/2016 | Pomeranz finds motivation facing aces
Padres left-hander Drew Pomeranz has been a revelation this season, having posted a 2.48 ERA, with opponents hitting .194 against him. He's also been matched up with an opposing ace practically every time he's taken the hill.
5/5/2016 | Padres scouts to attend Lincecum's showcase
The Padres will have multiple experienced scouts at Tim Lincecum's showcase in Scottsdale, Ariz., on Friday afternoon.
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