5/20/2012 | Astros put thrilling final touch on spirited rally
The Astros rallied from a season-high four-run deficit and clubbed three homers to beat the Rangers, 6-5, on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at Minute Maid Park.
5/20/2012 | Chen's strong outing fuels Royals' victory
Bruce Chen had not beaten the Arizona Diamondbacks for almost 14 years, but the lefty remedied that on Saturday night as he pitched the Royals to a 7-3 victory at Kauffman Stadium.
5/20/2012 | Day after knee injury, Berkman placed on DL
Already severely bitten by the injury bug this week, the Cardinals watched another starter hobble off the field during Saturday's 6-0 loss to the Dodgers. This time, it was first baseman Lance Berkman, who left with a right knee injury and was placed on the disabled list on Sunday.
5/20/2012 | Kershaw six-hits Cards for fourth career shutout
Clayton Kershaw threw a six-hitter for his fourth career shutout and contributed the first extra-base hit of his career as the Dodgers drubbed the Cardinals on Saturday night.
5/20/2012 | New faces Stults, Amarista lift Padres
Alexi Amarista reached base three times and knocked in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, and Eric Stults turned in 6 2/3 solid innings in his Padres debut in Saturday's 3-2 win over the Angels.
5/20/2012 | Injury-laden Dodgers, Cards eye healthy finale
Kyle Lohse pitches for the Cardinals opposite Chad Billingsley for the Dodgers as the two injury-plagued teams wrap up a weekend series in Los Angeles on Sunday Night Baseball.
5/20/2012 | Royals tab Adcock for spot duty against D-backs
Right-hander Nate Adcock will get a spot start on Sunday for the Royals in the Interleague series finale against Wade Miley and the D-backs at Kauffman Stadium.
5/20/2012 | Aces Beckett, Lee square off in rubber game
The Red Sox and Phillies each send their ace to the hill Sunday in the rubber match. Josh Beckett starts for Boston, looking to win back-to-back starts for the first time this year, while Philly's Cliff Lee is searching for his first win of 2012.
5/20/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Sat., May 19
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out.
5/20/2012 | Sprained left thumb forces Bonifacio to DL
The Marlins placed center fielder Emilio Bonifacio on the 15-day DL with a sprained left thumb on Sunday. The move was retroactive to Saturday.
5/20/2012 | Pirates place Grilli on bereavement list
Reliever Jason Grilli was placed on the bereavement list on Sunday. Left-hander Jeff Locke was recalled from Triple-A to take Grilli's spot on the active roster.
5/20/2012 | MLB Notebook: Morrow nearly unhitable, again
With his three-hit shutout of the Mets on Saturday, the Blue Jays' Brandon Morrow became the fifth pitcher in the past 20 years to have two shutouts of three hits or fewer through his team's first 41 games.
5/20/2012 | Chapman assumes closer's role, earns save
Even if it wasn't made official with any proclamation, it was clear that the Reds were poised to anoint Aroldis Chapman as the new closer. It was just a matter of when. It turned out to be Sunday, when Chapman pitched the ninth inning for the save in the Reds' 5-2 win over the Yankees.
5/20/2012 | A's place McCarthy on DL with shoulder strain
The A's on Sunday placed starter Brandon McCarthy on the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder strain and recalled right-hander Jim Miller from Triple-A.
5/20/2012 | Batista feeling better, but placed on DL by Mets
Needing bullpen depth more than rotation stability at this juncture of the season, the team placed Miguel Batista on the disabled list and recalled right-hander Chris Schwinden from Triple-A Buffalo on Sunday.
5/20/2012 | Wright surpasses Reyes on Mets' hit list
Third baseman David Wright returned to the lineup Sunday and reached base three times, passing Jose Reyes for second place on the franchise's all-time hits list.
5/20/2012 | Leyland: Villarreal compares to Alburquerque
Tigers manager Jim Leyland went in a very interesting direction to describe Brayan Villarreal's potential in this year's Detroit bullpen. He brought up Al Alburquerque.
5/20/2012 | Wrist issues lingering for Blue Jays' Snider
Travis Snider, who spent time on the disabled list in late April and early May with a right wrist ailment, is still experiencing pain.
5/20/2012 | Twins' Doumit progressing from calf injury
Ryan Doumit is continuing to make progress with his strained right calf, but is still only available for pinch-hit duty.
5/20/2012 | Despite struggles, Wieters invaluable to O's
Hitless in 18 straight plate appearances entering Sunday's finale with the Nationals, Matt Wieters was 4-for-40 over his last 10 games with one home run and two RBIs.
5/20/2012 | Farrell discusses Blue Jays' plan for Lind
Blue Jays manager John Farrell would not comment on a report by CBSsports.com, which emerged Saturday night, that Adam Lind was placed on outright waivers.
5/20/2012 | Cruz in Rangers' lineup despite tight quad
Outfielder Nelson Cruz was in the Rangers' lineup on Sunday despite dealing with a sore right quadriceps muscle.
5/20/2012 | Young easing back into D-backs' lineup
Interleague Play is providing D-backs manager Kirk Gibson with an opportunity to ease outfielder Chris Young back into the swing of things. Young served as the designated hitter for Sunday's series finale.
5/20/2012 | Hanrahan finding success with his slider
Although he has locked down nine of 10 save opportunities, Joel Hanrahan has delivered some heart-pounding ninth innings. However, the development of a new slider could make for more easy innings and more strikeouts.
5/20/2012 | Phils' Worley to work through bone chip in elbow
Phillies right-hander Vance Worley said before Sunday's game against the Red Sox that he should start throwing again in the next few days. He said he also had a bone chip in his elbow that he will have to work through.
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