1. Arcia's Home Run Helps Twins Knock off Royals

    Twins manager Paul Molitor tweaked his lineup for the first time in his young managerial career, moving Torii Hunter from fourth to second and Brian Dozier from second to fourth...

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  2. Lynn Solid Again, Leads Cardinals to Win over Brewers

    ST. LOUIS (AP) Lance Lynn extended his April success with five solid innings and Matt Holliday had a two-run single in the first inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night...

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  3. A's Offense Stalls Against McHugh, Astros

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  4. Cardinals 4, Brewers 2 - Brewers struggle at plate again, fall to 2-6

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  5. Ex-A's Player Jed Lowrie Helps Astros Top Oakland

    HOUSTON — A former teammate helped prevent the A's from sweeping the Astros on Wednesday at Minute Maid Park...

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  6. Lynn, Bullpen Throttle Milwaukee 4-2

    Manager Mike Matheny had a fresh bullpen Wednesday night, and he needed it. Six relievers combined to throw four innings and Matheny's St...

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  7. Cards Knock off Brewers

    With three straight hits to open their first and fourth innings, the Cardinals came up with a pair of runs in each to knock off the visiting Milwaukee Brewers 4-2 Wednesday night before a crowd of 40,826 at Busch Stadium...

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  8. Lynn Solid Again, Leads Cardinals to Win over Brewers

    ST. LOUIS -- Lance Lynn extended his April success with five solid innings and Matt Holliday had a two-run single in the first inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night...

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  9. Gattis Hits 1st HR as 'Stros Dominate A's

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  10. McHugh Ks 11 in Astros' 6-1 Win over Athletics

    HOUSTON -- Collin McHugh struck out 11, and Jed Lowrie hit one of the Houston Astros ' three homers in a 6-1 win over the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday night...

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  11. Watch: Cruz Blasts 6th HR in Last 5 Games

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  12. Howard Seeing More Fastballs, Needs to Adjust

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  13. Herrera's Big Night Not Enough as Phillies Fall to Mets

    NEW YORK -- Lucas Duda and Travis d'Arnaud's first home runs of the year supported Jon Niese's first win as the Mets earned their first series sweep by topping the Phillies 6-1 ...

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  14. Without David Wright, Mets Complete Sweep of Phillies

    David Wright had groused about all the extra fuss. After three Opening Days, two Harvey Days and an endless stream of pomp and circumstance, he yearned for normalcy...

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  15. Report: Gomez Exits with Right Hamstring Injury

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  16. Gattis' First Astros Homer

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  17. Pirates Muster 2 Hits in 2nd Consecutive Loss to Tigers

    Francisco Liriano made one mistake Wednesday night. And with the way the Pirates are struggling to score, it was one missed location too many. Read more: http://triblive...

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  18. Pirates Shutout by Tigers for 2nd Day in a Row

    The Pirates might have been quaking in their cleats earlier this week when the mighty Detroit Tigers , averaging nearly eight runs per game, paid a visit to PNC Park. But in the end it was the Tigers' arms, and not their bats, that baffled the Pirates.

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  19. Simon Sensational in 8 Shutout Innings

    PITTSBURGH – They traded zeroes, Detroit Tigers right-hander Alfredo Simon and Pittsburgh Pirates left-hander Francisco Liriano, out-after-out, inning-after-inning until one of them was left standing on the mound blinking...

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  20. Chris Davis Double Keys Five-Run Sixth as Orioles Beat Yankees to Take Series

    Perhaps using the word redemption is premature -– after all it's just the ninth game of the Orioles ' season.....

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  21. Bautista Starts Blue Jays Rolling to 12-7 Win over Rays

    Jose Bautista and rookies Devon Travis and Dalton Pompey homered to back Mark Buehrle, Kevin Pillar made a leaping catch at the left-field wall to deny a home run and the Toronto Blue ...

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  22. Tigers Shut Down Pirates Again in 1-0 Victory

    PITTSBURGH -- Alfredo Simon gave up two hits over eight dominant innings, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 1-0 on Wednesday night...

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  23. Yankees' Bullpen Blows It in Baltimore

    Restructured and rearranged, the Yankees ' bullpen is supposed to be a strength. It's supposed to provide innings behind an injury-prone rotation.....

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  24. 4 Biggest Takeaways for the Boston Red Sox Following MLB Opening Week

    Baseball is a game of attrition, which makes finding clear-cut takeaways after 5 percent of the season has been played a difficult proposition. David Ortiz's struggles (...

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  25. Dodgers to Erect Statue of Jackie Robinson

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