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5/25/2015 | Mariners get the best of Rays in opener

Robinson Cano led the Mariners' offense en route to a 4-1 Memorial Day win over the Rays at Tropicana Field.


5/25/2015 | DraftKings picks: Donaldson, Price, deGrom

Welcome to DraftKings fantasy baseball, the Official Daily Fantasy Game of Major League Baseball. These players could provide difference-making stats for DraftKings participants on Tuesday.


5/25/2015 | Reyes sparks Blue Jays' shutout of White Sox

Jose Reyes, playing his first game since April 27, doubled and scored during a four-run first inning as the Blue Jays cruised behind Drew Hutchison's gem to a 6-0 victory over the White Sox on Monday night at Rogers Centre.


5/25/2015 | In Nats, Cubs catch glimpse of own future

Monday was a special day for baseball fans, especially those in Chicago. Despite a 2-1 loss to the Nationals, it marked the first Memorial Day game at Wrigley Field since 2009 that the ballpark was a gathering place for fans looking toward the summer with genuine excitement about their team for both this season and those ahead.


5/25/2015 | Stanton guards wall in right, hits one over it

In the bottom of the second inning, Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton found himself crashing into the Clemente Wall at PNC Park. One frame later, he crushed a ball over it.


5/25/2015 | Myers encouraged, but no timetable for return

Center fielder/first baseman Wil Myers will return to San Diego on Tuesday to get a new scan done on his injured left wrist. Myers, who hasn't played since May 10 due to tendinitis in his left wrist, will also undergo tests to check the rate of healing with the tendinitis, manager Bud Black said.


5/25/2015 | Peralta's walk-off HR lifts Cards past D-backs

A half-inning after the D-backs squandered a bases-loaded opportunity, Cardinals shortstop Jhonny Peralta put a quick end to the Memorial Day matinee at Busch Stadium, launching a walk-off homer to lift the Cardinals to a 3-2 win in 10 innings.


5/25/2015 | Gritty Giants overcome Lincecum's rare blip

Tim Lincecum's career revival took a bit of a detour on Monday, but the Giants are going so well that Lincecum was not only taken off the hook, he became the winning pitcher.


5/25/2015 | Hamilton's return marks new chapter

Memorial Day marked Josh Hamilton's proper return to the Rangers and to the game it has so often seemed he was born to play. This is a game that has sustained him, and this is a team that has, in the past, given him the proper support system.


5/25/2015 | Melky returns to Rogers Centre with Chicago

Melky Cabrera was back at Rogers Centre on Monday for the first time since leaving the Blue Jays via free agency to join the White Sox.


5/25/2015 | Growing up: Bryant forces issue in key at-bat

Kris Bryant has settled into the Major Leagues after 36 games with the Chicago Cubs. Bryant spoke up for himself after home-plate umpire Ryan Blakney initially ruled that he struck out on a foul tip to begin the bottom of the ninth in the Cubs' 2-1 loss to the Nationals on Monday afternoon


5/25/2015 | Bautista sits while dealing with inflammation

Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista missed his second consecutive game on Monday night as he continues to recover from a cortisone shot in his injured right shoulder.


5/25/2015 | Nolasco savors career milestone

Shortly after defeating the Red Sox on Monday, starter Ricky Nolasco was in the Twins' clubhouse dancing for his teammates. And while Nolasco's dancing skills admittedly might not be up to par, the righty had plenty of success on the mound, giving up just two runs in 7 2/3 innings and securing his 100th career victory in Minnesota's 7-2 win.


5/25/2015 | Bartolo impresses with bat, on mound

Before Bartolo Colon's right arm rediscovered its command and kept a Memorial Day crowd of 30, 946 standing, it was Colon's bat and legs that got them on their feet.


5/25/2015 | Jackson to come off DL on Tuesday

Austin Jackson will be activated from the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday and is expected to immediately be back in the lineup against the Rays as he returns from a three-week absence with a sprained right ankle.


5/25/2015 | Broken finger sends Loney to disabled list

The Rays announced on Monday that they have placed James Loney on the 15-day disabled list after he broke the middle finger on his left hand sliding into third base in Sunday's 7-2 loss to the Athletics.


5/25/2015 | Flores surges to lead shortstops in home runs

Wilmer Flores now leads all Major League shortstops with seven home runs. With his three-run go-ahead homer off Phillies reliever Justin De Fratus on Monday, Flores successfully seesawed the discussion of his season back to the instrument through which he can speak the loudest -- his bat.


5/25/2015 | Arenado pads already ridiculous highlight reel

After slamming into a roll of tarp to catch a foul ball on April 14 in San Francisco, and feeling the requisite pain, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado swore he'd think twice before charging into the field barriers. ... Then came Monday, and there was no such hesitation.


5/25/2015 | For Guthrie, 'just one of those days'

There wasn't much for Royals right-hander Jeremy Guthrie to say after his worst outing as a Major Leaguer. The numbers said it all.


5/25/2015 | Severino K's career-high 8, looks to stretch further into games

Phillies right-hander Severino Gonzalez is in the rotation for the foreseeable future, which means at some point the 22-year-old must prove capable of pitching more than twice through a lineup. He lasted 4 1/3 innings in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Mets at Citi Field. He is 2-1 with a 6.88 ERA in four starts.


5/25/2015 | Keuchel allowing two home runs a rare sight

We're not used to seeing Astros ace Dallas Keuchel allow many hitters to get the ball into the air, much less send a couple of balls over the fence the way Caleb Joseph and Steve Pearce of the Orioles did Monday afternoon at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.


5/25/2015 | Nationals outhomer Cubs in opener at Wrigley

The Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs will see a lot of each other in the near future, as they play seven games over two weeks. In their first meeting, the Nationals struck first, edging the Cubs, 2-1, on Memorial Day at Wrigley Field.


5/25/2015 | In return to Coliseum, Cespedes looks back

Shortly after arriving at the Coliseum for the first time since being traded to the Red Sox last summer, former A's slugger Yoenis Cespedes darted for manager Bob Melvin's office.


5/25/2015 | Aggressive approach fueling Howard

Completely written off by his own general manager before the season, Ryan Howard has had a surprisingly good start to the year. How is he making it work? By coming to the plate prepared with a newly aggressive approach.


5/25/2015 | La Russa's loyalty undivided in St. Louis

There are a lot of great memories for Tony La Russa in St. Louis from his long tenure as Cardinals manager, but as D-backs chief baseball officer, he will not have any trouble deciding who to root for during the three-game series.




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