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4/27/2014 | Solarte scratched late with sore shoulder

Yankees infielder Yangervis Solarte was scratched from Sunday night's lineup with a sore right shoulder.


4/27/2014 | Pujols: Too soon to talk about Home Run Derby

Albert Pujols' oldest son, A.J., was with him during the weekend series at Yankee Stadium, and he had a special request on Sunday. "He told me this morning, 'Daddy, I want you to do the Home Run Derby this year,'" Pujols relayed.


4/27/2014 | Trout has long admired Jeter, on and off field

Mike Trout grew up in South New Jersey wanting to be a shortstop, a position he played until his senior year of high school, and he idolized Derek Jeter.


4/27/2014 | Halos reliever Smith won't treat ninth differently

Joe Smith, the sidearm right-hander obtained on a three-year, $15.75 million contract last offseason, has never really been a closer, per se. He has three career saves in 450 appearances, all last season, but they came as a temporary necessity, not necessarily a promotion.


4/27/2014 | Angels add righty prospect Morin to bullpen

In need of an extra arm one night after a taxing day for the bullpen, one that doesn't necessarily deploy a long reliever, the Angels gave Mike Morin his first crack at the big leagues on Sunday, calling the 22-year-old right-hander up from Triple-A Salt Lake and optioning outfielder Brennan Boesch.


4/27/2014 | Under Collins, Gee has dose of confidence with win

The self-esteem of youngens must be protected. So it was Sunday afternoon at Citi Field after Dillon Gee had shut down the Marlins for eight innings and wanted the ninth. Mets manager Terry Collins, aka the rope dispenser, said eight was enough.


4/27/2014 | De La Rosa looks like an ace in series clincher

Rockies starter Jorge De La Rosa held the Dodgers to four hits and forced 13 ground-ball outs in seven innings of a 6-1 victory at Dodger Stadium on Sunday.


4/27/2014 | Wild pitch sends Yanks to series win over Halos

Masahiro Tanaka gave the Yankees another strong outing, and Jacoby Ellsbury scored on a wild pitch to give New York a 3-2 win in its series finale against the Angels on Sunday night.


4/27/2014 | Giants sweep Indians on Hicks' walk-off homer

Brandon Hicks walloped a tiebreaking, three-run homer in Sunday's ninth inning to lift the Giants to their third walk-off victory of the season, a 4-1 triumph over the Cleveland Indians that completed San Francisco's three-game Interleague series sweep.


4/27/2014 | Dodgers win challenge to overturn call at first

Don't mess with Dodgers manager Don Mattingly on first-base replay challenges. He won another one Sunday, his second in two days.


4/27/2014 | A's successfully challenge hit-by-pitch call

A's manager Bob Melvin won a ninth-inning challenge on a hit-by-pitch call with Brandon Moss at the plate, which factored in Oakland scoring its only run of a 5-1 loss to the Astros.


4/27/2014 | Recker's improvement shows in Mets' record

Six times Anthony Recker has started at catcher this season. All six times the Mets have won. That could be either a lucky coincidence or a testament to Recker's growing prowess behind the plate. Most likely it's a combination of the two considering Recker's improvements in just about every aspect of his game.


4/27/2014 | Wainwright keeps dealing as one of game's elite arms

At the age of 32 and already one of the game's elite starting pitchers, Adam Wainwright is displaying a level of pitching that has the Cardinals thrilled that the veteran is the ace of their staff.


4/27/2014 | Abreu sets rookie RBI mark for April

Another day, another record for Jose Abreu. The White Sox rookie first baseman, who started at designated hitter during Sunday's 9-2 victory over the Rays, drove in four with a two-run homer in the sixth off of David Price and a two-run single in the seventh, giving him 31 RBIs for the month of April. That total sets the Major League Baseball rookie record for April, which he previously shared with Albert Pujols, who had 27 in 2001.


4/27/2014 | Blue Jays set MLB mark with six Dominicans in lineup

The Blue Jays made history on Sunday afternoon by becoming the first Major League team to have six players from the Dominican Republic in their starting lineup.


4/27/2014 | Wainwright deals, Peralta powers way to series win

With eight more shutout innings, Adam Wainwright pushed his scoreless inning streak to 25, and the Cardinals provided more than enough support in the 7-0 win against the Pirates at Busch Stadium on Sunday.


4/27/2014 | Pitching, defense putting pep in Mets' step

At the moment, there are some nice vibes floating through Queens. The Mets won again Sunday afternoon, thanks in large part to terrific pitching and a couple of dazzling defensive plays.


4/27/2014 | Disappointed Kershaw to make another rehab start

Clayton Kershaw wasn't happy when manager Don Mattingly told him Sunday the team is having him make another Minor League rehab start.


4/27/2014 | Giants set National League sellout record

With their 258th consecutive sellout at AT&T Park on Sunday, the Giants established a record for the longest such streak in National League history. The Giants broke a tie with the Philadelphia Phillies, who maintained their streak from July 7, 2009-Aug. 5, 2012.


4/27/2014 | Gee throws eight shutout frames to top Fish

The Mets keep chugging right along. Unfazed by a rare pitching blip in Saturday's loss to the Marlins, they rebounded behind Dillon Gee for a crisp 4-0 win in Sunday's series finale at Citi Field.


4/27/2014 | Hammel's gem, Starlin's homers give Cubs a boost

Jason Hammel gave up three hits over seven-plus innings, while Starlin Castro belted two solo home runs to help the Cubs beat the Brewers, 4-0, and snap a four-game losing streak in front of a sellout crowd of 45,286 on Sunday at Miller Park.


4/27/2014 | Freeman's walk-off in 10th caps thrilling duel

Given a chance to compete against one of the game's best on Sunday afternoon at Turner Field, Julio Teheran matched zeros with Johnny Cueto over eight innings and then saw his effort rewarded when the Braves claimed a 1-0 win in 10 innings over the Reds, courtesy of Freddie Freeman's walk-off single.


4/27/2014 | Seager's three-run homer propels Mariners

Powered by two more home runs from Kyle Seager, the Mariners rallied from a 5-0 deficit to beat the visiting Rangers, 6-5, on Sunday in front of 26,300 fans at Safeco Field.


4/27/2014 | Dealing Kennedy helps Padres earn split in DC

Ian Kennedy retired 16 straight at one point and the Padres got contributions from up and down their lineup in a 4-2 win over the Nationals on Sunday in Washington.


4/27/2014 | Burnett brilliant as Phils blank D-backs, claim series

A.J. Burnett worked eight scoreless innings on Sunday to earn his first win of the season as the Phillies shut out the D-backs, 2-0, at Chase Field to secure the series win.




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