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4/26/2014 | Phils win key challenge in ninth to help preserve win

Martin Prado, representing the potential tying run for the D-backs, slid past second base and was called out after an initial safe ruling was overturned on a challenge by Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg in the bottom of the ninth inning of Philadelphia's 6-5 win on Saturday night.


4/26/2014 | Braun exits in ninth, day to day with intercostal strain

Ryan Braun felt pain in his right intercostal muscles Saturday, and he left the Brewers' game against the Cubs in the ninth inning. He's listed as day to day with an intercostal strain.


4/26/2014 | Hanley exits with bruised right thumb

Just when a Dodgers offense that was in the slow lane started to pick up speed, Hanley Ramirez was removed in the fourth inning of Saturday night's game with Colorado with a bruised right thumb.


4/26/2014 | Mattingly wins one, loses one in pair of reviews

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly successfully challenged a third-inning pickoff move against the Rockies on Saturday night, but then lost a run-scoring review in the eighth inning of a 6-3 Los Angeles win.


4/26/2014 | Salty tater in 10th helps Marlins escape Mets

This time, the Marlins were able to make Jarrod Saltalamacchia's home run stand. Saltalamacchia homered to open the 10th inning on Saturday night, and Steve Cishek locked down the save as the Marlins edged the Mets, 7-6, at Citi Field.


4/26/2014 | Braves ride Hale, home runs to win vs. Reds

Freddie Freeman further distanced himself from this week's vision problems as he teamed with Justin Upton and Evan Gattis to power David Hale to an early advantage that he preserved while helping the Braves claim Saturday night's 4-1 win over the Reds at Turner Field.


4/26/2014 | Braun, Segura go down in costly win

The Brewers continue to play solid, winning baseball, but Saturday night's 5-3 victory over the Cubs was marred by a pair of injuries to their star players. Ryan Braun left the game with an intercostal strain and is day to day. But the injury that really rattled the team occurred when Braun was swinging his weighted bat in the dugout and hit Jean Segura in the face in the middle of the first inning.


4/26/2014 | Pirates don't allow misfortune to deter them

The Pirates, who have struggled out of the gate, put Jason Grilli and Russell Martin on the DL and lost starting pitcher Francisco Liriano to illness in the third inning, but overcame it all to beat the Cardinals.


4/26/2014 | Saunders slides into leadoff spot

Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon shook up the lineup Saturday night against Rangers right-hander Colby Lewis by moving leadoff hitter Abraham Almonte down to the No. 2 spot and putting reserve outfielder Michael Saunders at leadoff.


4/26/2014 | Iwakuma nearing return, first rehab start

Mariners right-handed pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma is scheduled to make his first rehab start Sunday for Triple-A Tacoma in Las Vegas after a rainout at Cheney Stadium earlier this week forced him to throw a simulated game at Safeco Field.


4/26/2014 | Cano swinging at better pitches

Robinson Cano wasn't slumping during Seattle's 1-6 road trip, but it got to the point where manager Lloyd McClendon had to remind the All-Star second baseman to not try to do too much when the Mariners weren't scoring many runs.


4/26/2014 | Confidence, angles key to Ottavino's success

Rockies reliever Adam Ottavino has found tremendous success early this season after demonstrating the ability to get left-handers out as easily as right-handers.


4/26/2014 | Arenado lets instincts take over on defense

Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado, coming off winning a Rawlings Gold Glove as a rookie last season, has kept up the highlight-reel plays that are way more fun for him to perform than to analyze.


4/26/2014 | Harrison set for first start since last April

Rangers pitcher Matt Harrison is back and he is ready to go. Harrison will be making his first start since April 6, 2013 when he pitches against the Mariners on Sunday afternoon at Safeco Field.


4/26/2014 | Choo uncertainty leaves roster move pending

The Rangers will have to make a roster move before Sunday's game to make room for Matt Harrison. It may be time to decide if Shin-Soo Choo needs to go on the disabled list with a sprained left ankle.


4/26/2014 | Holland progresses to live batting practice

Pitcher Derek Holland, who is on the 60-day disabled list after undergoing knee surgery in January, has taken another step in his recovery by beginning to throw live batting practice in Arizona.


4/26/2014 | Mejia released so he can play in Japan

Despite producing good power numbers over the past few seasons in the Braves' Minor League system, Ernesto Mejia has not been widely viewed a Major League-caliber player. But Mejia will have a chance to make some money and improve his stock as he spends the rest of this year playing for Japan's Seibu Lions.


4/26/2014 | Minor primed to rejoin Braves' rotation

Despite giving up four home runs on a windy Friday night in Pensacola, Fla., Braves left-hander Mike Minor was pleased with his final rehab start for Double-A Mississippi, which he described as "better than probably all of the other ones."


4/26/2014 | Kershaw to throw bullpen session Monday

One day after his first rehabilitation assignment at Advanced Class A Rancho Cucamonga, Clayton Kershaw felt so good that he sees no reason why he needs another rehab start before joining the Dodgers rotation. The club, on the other hand, is leaning toward a more cautious plan.


4/26/2014 | Extra innings not kind to Dodgers early on

The Dodgers have gone 1-5 in extra innings this season, after going 10-5 last season. "We haven't been very good in them so far," manager Don Mattingly acknowledged.


4/26/2014 | Kemp battling to find consistency at plate

Matt Kemp has never been a low strikeout guy, but, entering play Saturday, the Dodgers outfielder had fanned 21 times 68 plate appearances.


4/26/2014 | Crawford gets day of rest in outfield shuffle

It was notable on Friday when Carl Crawford was dropped to sixth in the Dodgers' batting order as second baseman Dee Gordon more and more shows he can be an igniter in the leadoff spot. Then, on Saturday, Crawford was dropped out of the lineup completely.


4/26/2014 | Rangers rally past Hernandez, Mariners bullpen

The Rangers trailed 3-0 after four innings against Mariners starter Felix Hernandez but rallied for a 6-3 victory on Saturday night at Safeco Field.


4/25/2014 | Freeman says right eye discomfort is gone

Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman returned to Turner Field on Friday confident that he would no longer have to deal with the right eye discomfort that plagued him as he struggled throughout the Marlins series earlier this week.


4/25/2014 | Smyly's turn will be skipped with two off-days

Manager Brad Ausmus said on Friday that the team would skip Drew Smyly's next turn in the rotation, pointing to a quirk in the schedule that gives the Tigers off-days on either side of a two-game series in Chicago next week.




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