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Mike Trout connected for his Major League-leading ninth home run with a two-run shot in the eighth inning of the Angels' game against the Giants on Sunday. [Read More]
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FCCNN ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Addison Reed didn't try to sugarcoat things Sunday afternoon, April 22, after giving up his first home run for the Twins. "It was just a stupid... [Read More]
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The Red Sox learned something about the A's in their three-game stop in Oakland beyond the fact Sean Manaea has no-hit stuff. They learned he's got friends. The A's became the first team to win a series from the Red Sox and mostly stifled the majors' best offense, and Khris Davis' eighth-inning home run decided Sunday's 4-1 victory that gave the series to Oakland, two... [Read More]
Sunday was quite an interesting day at the old ballpark for Tampa Bay Rays center fielder Carlos Gomez, who experienced some epic ups and downs.Gomez first caught our eye when he got so frustrated by a fifth-inning strikeout that he snapped his bat like a freaking twig over his knee, Bo Jackson style. Dude's got plenty of strength, that's for sure. The poor bat never had a chance.A couple hours later, though, Gomez made up for both the strikeout and little tantrum with an epic two-run walkoff home run to put the Rays over the Minnesota Twins. Showing the... [Read More]
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The San Francisco Giants first baseman out on fly ball in first inning vs. the Anaheim Angels' Jaime Barria, but hits home run, single later.        ... [Read More]
Luis Severino allowed just one run on three hits in seven innings to win for the fourth time in five starts. Didi Gregorius hit a first-inning home run and drove in another run with a sacrifice fly in the seventh. But it was Miguel Andujar who pushed his way into the Yankees' 5-1 win over the Blue Jays, with a double that set up the two-run second inning and another double that drove home a run in the sixth. [Read More]
Jose Altuve hit a go-ahead single in a five-run seventh inning, and the Houston Astros stretched their winning streak to six with a 7-1 win over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday. Lance McCullers Jr. (3-1) allowed one run and eight hits over six innings, Evan Gattis hit his first home run of... [Read More]
Mike Moustakas, needing a hit to extend his hitting streak to 14 games, did so dramatically, blasting a go-ahead three-run home run in the seventh inning, propelling the Royals to an 8-5 win over the Tigers on Sunday at Comerica Park. [Read More]
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Orioles shortstop Manny Machado ensured early Sunday that his team wouldn't flirt again with being shut out or no-hit, and grabbed a piece of the major league home run lead in the process. Machado sent a 2-0 fastball from Cleveland Indians ace Corey Kluber into the left-field seats for his seventh... [Read More]
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The Cubans that the Padres picked up during their spending spree in the 2016-2017 international class have made headlines early in their stay in the system. The local boy from Tijuana, Mexico, isn't doing too bad for himself, either. Outfielder Tirso Ornelas hit his second home run and drove in... [Read More]
It had been a full week since the Angels had last held a lead when Albert Pujols stepped up to the plate to face left-hander Derek Holland in the sixth inning. With one swing of the bat, Pujols brought that ignominious streak to an end, launching a go-ahead, two-run home run that lifted the Angels to a 4-3 win over the Giants and snapped their four-game skid on Saturday night at Angel Stadium... [Read More]
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It's going to be a busy year at the Lexington County Baseball Stadium. On Saturday, the facility was open for business with a Junior Home Run Derby. [Read More]
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The ball rifled off the bat of Albert Pujols at 104 mph and shot toward the gap in right-center field in the sixth inning Saturday night, easily clearing the wall for the 618th home run and 2,992nd hit of the Angels slugger's career. Gone was a streak of 41 innings — dating to an April 14 game... [Read More]
After an incredible 13-pitch at-bat that saw him foul off seven pitches, Jesus Aguilar won the Brewers their fifth straight game with a walk-off home run off Junichi Tazawa. Travis Shaw also homered for the Brewers, his second in as many games, while former Milwaukee prospect Lewis Brinson hit a three-run homer to give him three clouts in as many games to start the series. [Read More]
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Isley Duggins threw a four-hitter as Southern Alamance defeated visiting Eastern Alamance 5-0 in Saturday night's non-league softball game.Duggins struck out nine and walked three.Southern Alamance (16-3) led 1-0 through four innings and then posted four fifth-inning runs with Allison Moore and Lauren Staley driving in the runs. Staley blasted a home run. [Read More]
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Tirso Ornelas' first-inning, three-run home run off the top of the center-field wall gave the TinCaps a lead they wouldn't relinquish Saturday in an 8-2 win over the Dayton Dragons at Parkview... [Read More]
Mike Clevinger is proving to be a worthy member of the Cleveland Indians' formidable rotation. Clevinger pitched a two-hitter in his first career complete game, and the visiting Indians hit three solo homers off Chris Tillman in a 4-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. Jose Ramirez went 3-for-4 with his team-leading fifth home run. Yan Gomes and Yonder Alonso also went... [Read More]
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The ball rifled off the bat of Albert Pujols at 104 mph and shot toward the gap in right-center field in the sixth inning Saturday night, easily clearing the wall for the 618th home run and 2,992nd hit of the Angels slugger's career. Gone was a streak of 41 innings—dating back to an April 14 game... [Read More]
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Albert Pujols drove a go-ahead, two-run home run into the seats in right-center for career hit No. 2,992, and Mike Trout and Jefry Marte also went deep for the Los …... [Read More]
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To a man, the Giants would agree their first 20 games were not a success. Even with three starters visiting the disabled list, they thought they had enough talent to score more than they have and win more games. The Giants lost for the 12th time Saturday night, 4-3 to the Angels. Perhaps it was some consolation they were beaten on a no-doubt Hall of Famer's 618th home run and 2,992nd career hit. ... [Read More]
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