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5/2/2015 | Blitz to 13 homers puts Cruz in elite company

Nelson Cruz is going where few sluggers have gone in Major League history, with 13 home runs through 24 games, but now the Mariners' right fielder needs to figure out how to bring his team along for the ride.


5/2/2015 | Upton, Myers back Morrow to take series vs. Rox

Justin Upton's two-run single in the fifth inning put the Padres on top for good and Brandon Morrow allowed two runs in six innings Saturday as San Diego edged the Rockies, 4-2, at Petco Park.


5/2/2015 | Odor's walk-off single lifts Rangers in 10

Shin-Soo Choo homered and doubled in game-changing innings for the Rangers, who got a walk-off base hit from Rougned Odor against A's reliever R.J. Alvarez in the 10th inning for an 8-7 Texas victory at Globe Life Park on Saturday night to even this series.


5/2/2015 | Astros outslug Mariners for 9th straight win

Not even two more blasts by Nelson Cruz on the Mariners' four-homer night could sidetrack the soaring Astros on Saturday, as Houston roared from behind at Minute Maid Park for an 11-4 victory, the ninth straight win for the American League West leaders.


5/2/2015 | Gio, Nats survive duel with Mets at Citi Field

Gio Gonzalez worked seven scoreless innings, aided by some sterling defense, to help the Nats eke out a 1-0 victory over Jon Niese and the host Mets at Citi Field on Saturday night. Niese allowed one run over seven innings.


5/2/2015 | Price's latest start makes big statement

After struggling in his previous two starts, David Price found redemption against the Royals, tossing a complete-game gem in Saturday's 2-1 victory.


5/2/2015 | Astros go back-to-back twice in 5-HR party

After watching the Mariners blast three solo home runs in the second inning, including two in back-to-back fashion, the Astros managed to one-up them Saturday night in Minute Maid Park.


5/2/2015 | Reds' homer trio, Bruce's triples beat Braves

The Reds hit three home runs and Jay Bruce added a pair of triples in an 8-4 win over the Braves on Saturday night at Turner Field.


5/2/2015 | Kluber fighting through early-season struggles

Coming off a Cy Young Award, the expectations were high for Corey Kluber in 2015, but his season has gotten off to a rough start, falling to 0-4 after Saturday's loss to the Blue Jays.


5/2/2015 | Marisnick races up Tal's Hill for amazing grab

During a game when home runs were flying out of Minute Maid Park, Jake Marisnick created the highlight of the night with his glove.


5/2/2015 | DraftKings picks: Stanton, Altuve, Cueto

With few high-level arms on the Sunday schedule, DraftKings participants will need to choose their pitchers carefully. On the plus side, one could leave plenty of resources for star sluggers by picking a pair of moderately priced starters. Regardless of your strategy, the following players could make many happy on Sunday.


5/2/2015 | Hamilton continues to progress in Arizona

Josh Hamilton took live batting practice and shagged balls in the outfield at the Rangers' spring training facility in Surprise, Arizona on Saturday. A five-time All-Star with the Rangers from 2008-12, the recently acquired Hamilton is currently on the 15-day disabled list as he continues to recover from right shoulder surgery.


5/2/2015 | Holland on target, feels good after sim game

Royals closer Greg Holland threw a simulated game Saturday and reported all went well. Royals manager Ned Yost is hoping Holland will be ready by Tuesday.


5/2/2015 | Giants beat Angels when liner hits baserunner

Matt Joyce's batted ball could've snuck into the outfield for a game-tying hit in the ninth inning Saturday, but instead it struck pinch-runner Taylor Featherston to became the final out of a 5-4 Angels loss to the Giants.


5/2/2015 | O's top Rays behind solid Gonzalez

Orioles starter Miguel Gonzalez fired a season-high 7 2/3 scoreless innings as Baltimore tied its "home" series with a 4-0 win over Tampa Bay on Saturday night.


5/2/2015 | Gomez does it all for Brewers in return from DL

Carlos Gomez was off and running in Saturday's 6-1 win upon his return to the Brewers' lineup. Gomez popped out on the first pitch he saw following a 17-day stay on the disabled list for a right hamstring strain, but made his presence felt in the second inning when he drove in one run with a bloop single and helped manufacture another run with his first two stolen bases of the season.


5/2/2015 | Giants hold off Angels' rally with some luck

Nori Aoki and Casey McGehee had some timely hits, and Brandon Crawford and Buster Posey went deep, providing enough cushion for a highly effective Tim Hudson in the Giants' 5-4 win over the Angels at AT&T Park on Saturday.


5/2/2015 | Schoop hopes to return before All-Star break

Second baseman Jonathan Schoop, who is rehabbing his left knee injury in nearby Sarasota, Fla., has been visiting the Orioles during the series at Tropicana Field this weekend. Schoop is hoping to return before the All-Star break -- perhaps, if he progresses quickly, as early as next month.


5/2/2015 | Price too much for Royals

Detroit left-hander David Price threw a complete-game five-hitter and won his third game of the year as the Tigers beat the Royals, 2-1, on Saturday night in front of 38,692 fans at Kauffman Stadium.


5/2/2015 | Cutch's great defense made clear on Statcast

Andrew McCutchen has battled a sore left knee all season, and he jammed that same knee Friday night while sliding into second base. He showed no ill effects Saturday afternoon at Busch Stadium. Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong hit a sinking liner to center field to lead off the third inning, and McCutchen made a sensational play to keep lefty Francisco Liriano's no-hitter alive.


5/2/2015 | Cards notch another walk-off win vs. Bucs

October baseball in early May? That's how it felt Saturday, when the Pirates and the Cardinals got into it for 11 more tense innings before Matt Carpenter's sacrifice fly off Jared Hughes with one out in the 11th gave St. Louis another 2-1 win. Their second consecutive extra-inning win over the Bucs by that score extended the Redbirds' winning streak to five.


5/2/2015 | Two homers give Twins win over White Sox

Ricky Nolasco picked up the win in his return from the 15-day disabled list, backed by homers from Torii Hunter and Trevor Plouffe in a 5-3 victory over the White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Target Field.


5/2/2015 | Cutch, Harrison back Liriano with fine defense

Francisco Liriano's no-hit bid Saturday during the Pirates' 2-1 loss to the Cardinals lasted into the sixth inning because of a pair of sparkling defensive plays behind him.


5/2/2015 | Gordon-Prado combo paces Marlins over Phillies

Dee Gordon provided the speed and Martin Prado delivered the power in the Marlins' 7-0 victory over the Phillies Saturday.


5/2/2015 | Big sixth inning sends Blue Jays past Indians

The Blue Jays scored six runs in the sixth inning to help them pull away for a 11-4 win over the Indians on Saturday, as Jose Bautista drove in four runs and Russell Martin added a solo home run.




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