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Major League Baseball HEADLINES
The Milwaukee Brewers, in their present form, are still far from a well-oiled machine.
OAKLAND, Calif.-If there is a game plan to minimize the effect of losing opening day starting pitcher Brett Anderson for an indefinite time thanks to a stress fracture in his right foot, the A's used it as the outline for their 2-1 win over Kansas City on Friday night.
ANAHEIM, Calif. - It's an accepted fact in baseball that hitters have the advantage on the rare occasion a starting pitcher faces the same opponent in back-to-back starts.
DENVER - Coors Field is a tough place to play even when you're doing everything right. The San Francisco Giants did a lot of things wrong on Friday night, and they paid the price.
OAKLAND, Calif. - Adam Rosales homered to lead off the bottom of the eighth inning, snapping a tie and carrying the Athletics to a 2-1 win over the Kansas City Royals in the first of a three-game series Friday night.
ANAHEIM, Calif. - C.J. Wilson had a familiar feeling as he matched up against Chris Sale. The Angels lefty recalled when he used to pitch against his current teammate, Jered Weaver.
DENVER - Coors Field is a tough place to play any night, and the Giants only made the task more difficult Friday night with a series of errors, both physical and mental.
Less than two months removed from a time when he felt the bullpen was going to be a pillar for the team, Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak described this week how when Jason Motte's elbow gave way there was a "domino effect" in the bullpen.
OAKLAND, Calif. - James Shields continues to pitch like the No. 1 guy the Kansas City Royals expected when they acquired him in that big offseason deal from Tampa Bay. And the Royals continue to waste his efforts.
CLEVELAND-To hear Raul Ibanez tell it, the Seattle Mariners are getting the hang of these nailbiter-type contests they keep finding ways to stay in.
There are times when Nelson Cruz can single-handedly keep an offense afloat.
Nick Tepesch met the Ron Washington standard for a starting pitcher Friday night.
MINNEAPOLIS - The decisive play in the Twins' 3-2 loss Friday night wasn't a play at all. That's what frustrates Ron Gardenhire.
ATLANTA - Paco Rodriguez will always remember his first one. But this one would have been hard to forget anyway.
PHILADELPHIA - Cliff Lee pitched and hit well enough to earn a win. He had to settle for being picked up by his teammates.
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