4/26/2015 | What's Next: Cardinals await news on Wainwright's fate
The Cardinals will learn the extent of Adam Wainwright's injury, the Giants will meet their archrival Dodgers and the Yankees will meet their archrival Red Sox, as Alex Rodriguez chases career home run No. 660.
4/26/2015 | Power Rankings: Pitching keeps Mets at top as Astros surge
While we're still fairly certain the Nationals and their absurdly deep The Mets have given us no reason to knock them from the top spot. Also, the Yankees, after a not-so-hot first week, have settled in nicely -- in the middle of the pack in the AL East, and also in our rankings.
4/26/2015 | DraftKings picks: Werth, Kluber, Kelly
With several aces on the schedule, DraftKings owners may be wise to spend heavily at the pitcher position Monday. Stacking hitters against the few back-end rotation members who are opposing skilled lineups may also be a sound strategy.
4/26/2015 | Angels waiting on Hamilton-trade-to-Texas announcement
No announcements were expected as of late Sunday afternoon, more than 48 hours after news first broke that the Angels and Rangers had a deal in place to send Josh Hamilton back to Texas. But neither side expects any hiccups. The trade could be finalized by Monday, an off-day for the Angels.
4/26/2015 | Rangers expect to announce deal, plan for Hamilton on Monday
The deal to send Josh Hamilton from the Angels to the Rangers is expected to be announced Monday, when the Angels are off and the Rangers are back home to play the Mariners at 7:05 p.m. CT on Monday. By that time, Hamilton's situation will have resolution and the Rangers will have a plan for him.
4/26/2015 | MLB.com's Andrade teams for Champions win
MLB.com-sponsored golfer Billy Andrade teamed with Joe Durant to win the Champions Tour's Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf on Sunday at Big Cedar Lodge in Ridgedale, Mo.
4/26/2015 | With 659 career homers, A-Rod one shy of Mays
Alex Rodriguez hit the 659th home run of his Major League career on Sunday evening at Yankee Stadium, moving within one of tying Willie Mays (660) for fourth place on the home run list.
4/26/2015 | With Waino out, Danks a trade fit for Cardinals
With Adam Wainwright likely to miss the rest of the season, the Cardinals have major issues with their pitching depth. They can fix that by making an offer to the White Sox for John Danks, who is healthy again after the shoulder surgery that shortened his seasons in 2012 and '13.
4/26/2015 | Fish flying high with overpowering offense
It is safe to say that the crisis has passed for the Miami Marlins. The Fish started the season 3-11. But now, the Marlins have won five straight. And in the last week, the Marlins have demonstrated how good they can be.
4/26/2015 | Collins hoping to have Wright back on Saturday
Rather than watch Sunday night's Subway Series finale from the dugout, where he had spent each of the previous two games, Mets third baseman David Wright caught a flight down to Florida. There, he plans to begin participating in baseball activities Monday for the first time since straining his right hamstring on April 14.
4/26/2015 | A-Rod paces offense as Yanks take series from Mets
Alex Rodriguez homered and drove in a pair of runs to pace the Yankees' attack against Jon Niese, helping to secure the first leg of the Subway Series with a 6-4 victory over the Mets on Sunday night at Yankee Stadium.
4/26/2015 | Ellsbury sits out Subway Series finale with tight right hip
Jacoby Ellsbury spent Sunday afternoon receiving treatment on his tight right hip and will watch the final game of the Subway Series from the bench, but manager Joe Girardi hopes to have the center fielder's services Monday against the Rays.
4/26/2015 | Banister ejected after disputing reversal on fan interference
Jeff Banister was ejected for the first time this season for arguing a call that had been reversed by instant replay.
4/26/2015 | Marlins Park able to contain Stanton's huge triple
Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton on Sunday introduced the tape-measured triple. It wasn't the bottom-line result the two-time All-Star envisioned when the ball came off his bat in the fifth inning, but it was an impressive drive nonetheless.
4/26/2015 | Melky's leaping grab at wall helps Sox edge Royals
Zach Duke raised his hands in the air in celebration. The excited White Sox crowd followed with a standing ovation. And with one leaping outstretched grab to end the top of the eighth inning, Melky Cabrera saved at least a run for the White Sox. In reality, Cabrera might have saved the White Sox 5-3 victory and their Sunday sweep of the Royals at U.S. Cellular Field.
4/26/2015 | White Sox grab lead with five-run sixth, then hold off Royals
The White Sox completed an unofficial sweep of the Royals on Sunday at U.S. Cellular Field with a 5-3 victory in the regularly scheduled contest. The White Sox won the suspended game from Friday by a 3-2 margin, when Avisail Garcia delivered a walk-off single against Kelvin Herrera to score Melky Cabrera. The teams only needed to play the ninth to complete that game.
4/26/2015 | Martin's homer, Feliz's two innings lift Rangers in 11 innings
Leonys Martin hit a leadoff home run in the top of the 11th to put the Rangers ahead and they held on for a 5-4 victory over the Angels on Saturday. Martin's home run came off of Angels left-handed reliever Jose Alvarez.
4/26/2015 | Mauer's two-run triple sinks Mariners in 11 innings
Joe Mauer's two-run triple in the 11th inning provided the winning runs as the Twins earned a 4-2 win over the Mariners in the rubber game on Sunday at Safeco Field. Seth Smith went deep for Seattle.
4/26/2015 | Bats break out vs. Lynn as Crew takes finale from Cards
Featuring a lineup without Ryan Braun or Aramis Ramirez in it, the Brewers broke out of their recent funk to salvage the final game of their homestand with a 6-3 victory over the Cardinals at Miller Park on Sunday.
4/26/2015 | Rain can't wash away memories of Coors Field's first game
The temperature was 42 degrees on Sunday afternoon just like it had been 20 years earlier when gates were opened at Coors Field for a regular season game for the first time. It was raining, just like it had been during the day 20 years earlier. And this year there was a celebration, not for an 11-9, 14-inning victory against the Mets like when the Rockies opened Coors Field on April 26, 1995, but rather for the memories still vivid 20 years later.
4/26/2015 | Gordon catapults into crowd for amazing grab
Royals left fielder Alex Gordon stunned the crowd at U.S. Cellular Field with an acrobatic catch in the sixth inning of Sunday's series finale against the White Sox. Gordon, who won the fourth American League Gold Glove Award of his career in 2014, dove into the stands while holding onto a Micah Johnson pop for the first out of the inning.
4/26/2015 | Cingrani provides solid relief work after long layoff
For the first time in nearly two weeks, Reds reliever Tony Cingrani emerged from the bullpen and took the mound on Sunday. During a 5-2 loss to the Cubs, Cingrani was effective with two perfect innings and two strikeouts.
4/26/2015 | Starlin adds to highlight reel with throw from knees
Cubs manager Joe Maddon has challenged his players to try to win Gold Gloves. Starlin Castro is taking that seriously.
4/26/2015 | Gattis leads Astros as they sweep A's
Designated hitter Evan Gattis drove in four runs, including two in the ninth against closer Tyler Clippard, to guide the Astros to a series-sweeping 7-6 victory over the A's at the Coliseum on Sunday afternoon.
4/26/2015 | Giants to keep rotation intact after rainout
The Giants series finale in Colorado was postponed due to rain Sunday. It was the first postponed game of the season for each team. No make-up date has been set yet, and with no off days on either end of the Giants remaining two trips to Colorado, a double header is the most likely solution
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