9/14/2013 | Mariners pay price for challenging Cards' Molina
It's generally not wise to try to run on Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, a five-time Gold Glove winner who gunned down two Mariners in the ninth inning Friday as St. Louis beat Seattle 2-1 in 10 innings.
9/14/2013 | Felix, Mariners optimistic about ace's return
Mariners ace Felix Hernandez will throw a bullpen session on Monday in Detroit, after which the club will determine if he'll return to the rotation as early as Wednesday against the Tigers.
9/14/2013 | Iwakuma among AL's top pitchers in stellar first season
After seven scoreless innings in Friday's no-decision against the Cardinals, Hisashi Iwakuma now ranks second in the American League in WHIP (1.03), second in innings (203 2/3), fourth in ERA (2.87) and fifth in strikeouts-to-walk ratio (4.36).
9/14/2013 | Still in pain, Wandy shut down by Pirates
The Pirates announced on Saturday that they've elected to shut down Wandy Rodriguez for the remainder of the season as a result of the left-hander's ongoing pain in his pitching arm.
9/14/2013 | Royals looking to get quick fix against Tigers
Stop the Royals' speed game and you can beat them. That seems to be the Tigers' plan and it certainly helped in their 6-3 victory on Friday night.
9/14/2013 | Pena's season likely over after appendectomy
Veteran first baseman Carlos Pena, who joined the Royals on Sept. 3, underwent an appendectomy Saturday morning at a Bloomfield, Mich., hospital and is expected to miss the rest of the season.
9/14/2013 | Paulino facing prospect of shoulder surgery
After spending all of this season trying to make it back from Tommy John surgery, Royals right-hander Felipe Paulino is facing recovery from another surgery, this time to his throwing shoulder.
9/14/2013 | Tigers announce Minors Player, Pitcher of Year
The Tigers on Saturday announced that second baseman Devon Travis and left-hander Jose Alvarez were named the organization's Minor League Player and Pitcher of the Year.
9/14/2013 | Jones coaching up his talented Tigers arms
Tigers pitchers entered Saturday night's game against the Royals leading the Majors with 1,258 strikeouts and ranked third in the American League in both ERA (3.68) and WHIP (1.25).
9/14/2013 | Bullpen matching up for late-inning success
With the addition of Jose Veras to the bullpen before the Trade Deadline, it's added some flexibility in late innings for manager Jim Leyland to match lefty against lefty splits favoring the pitcher.
9/14/2013 | Tigers aren't inclined for pitchouts vs. KC
Justin Verlander and Alex Avila were able to hold the Royals' running game in check in Friday night's 6-3 win through a pickoff and a caught stealing.
9/14/2013 | Royals play to win in Wild finish with Tigers
Right-hander Ervin Santana pitched 6 2/3 scoreless innings and Eric Hosmer's RBI triple stood as the defense helped preserve the Royals' 1-0 win over the Tigers on Saturday night.
9/14/2013 | Colon outduels Darvish; A's lead Texas by 5 1/2
The A's didn't beat up on Yu Darvish in the same way they're accustomed to. But they did just enough damage to deliver him yet another loss and expand their lead in the American League West. Darvish was good, but Bartolo Colon was even better -- maybe the best he's been all year -- as Oakland assured itself of a series win with a 1-0 victory over Texas on Saturday afternoon.
9/14/2013 | Wright could return as early as Tuesday
Still determined to return to the Mets before the end of this season, third baseman David Wright could realize that goal as soon as Tuesday.
9/14/2013 | When time comes, Helton will walk away quietly
There have been questions if Todd Helton might might have second thoughts and might come back for another year. That's not Helton's way.
9/14/2013 | Miller Park giving Ludwick, Reds problems in field
A big play in the Reds' 5-1 loss to the Brewers on Friday was the first-inning Jonathan Lucroy line drive that left fielder Ryan Ludwick lost in the Miller Park lights. Ludwick looked to have a bead on the ball in the gap, but after he lost it in the lights it landed for a double.
9/14/2013 | Tepesch a possibility for start on Tuesday vs. Rays
The Rangers remain undecided about their starter for Tuesday's game against the Rays, although Nick Tepesch has not been ruled out despite appearing in relief on Friday night.
9/14/2013 | A's hoping Anderson won't miss much time
The A's will be without Brett Anderson for at least a day or two, but they're hoping back spasms don't keep the lefty out much longer than that.
9/14/2013 | Choo, Votto power Reds past Brewers to even series
Shin-Soo Choo supplied the early offense and Joey Votto chipped in late as Homer Bailey held off the Brewers for a 7-3 win, evening the three-game set at Miller Park, and helping the Reds gain a half-game on the Cardinals and Pirates, who each play on Saturday night.
9/14/2013 | Pulse: Day action a prelude to night drama
Baseball's postseason races checked in early with games under the September sun on Saturday, and while they'll keep churning into the night, a trio of daytime meetings already stirred things up pretty well.
9/14/2013 | Alvarez leads Marlins' shutout in New York
With Jose Fernandez shut down, the Marlins are looking for their other starting pitchers to step up. Henderson Alvarez did just that in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Mets. Alvarez threw seven shutout innings, scattering four hits while striking out five in Miami's 3-0 win at Citi Field.
9/14/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: September 14
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
9/14/2013 | Phelps reinstated from DL to bolster bullpen
The Yankees made a roster move to assist their taxed bullpen on Saturday, reinstating right-hander David Phelps from the 60-day disabled list.
9/14/2013 | Sprained right thumb sidelines Soriano
Alfonso Soriano was a late scratch from the Yankees' lineup with a sprained right thumb, the team announced Saturday.
9/14/2013 | Sox to give Doubront start against Blue Jays
Felix Doubront will be back in the Red Sox's starting rotation next weekend, at least for one start. Manager John Farrell said Doubront, who hasn't pitched since Sept. 6, will throw a side session Saturday, a simulated game on Tuesday and will be ready to make a start for the Red Sox in the following series against the Blue Jays.
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