1. Closing Time: Joe Kelly, Bullpen Let One Slip Away for Red Sox

    The ability to go deep into games continues to elude the Red Sox ' starters, and it caught up with them once again Wednesday night at Tropicana Field.....

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  2. Fowler day to day with tightness in right groin

    PITTSBURGH -- Cubs center fielder Dexter Fowler was pulled from Wednesday's 4-3 loss to the Pirates after two innings as a precautionary measure because of tightness in his right groin that he felt after a first-inning infield single...

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  3. Victorino Day to Day with Sore Right Hamstring

    Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 7-5 loss to the Rays in the bottom of the fifth inning with tightness in his right hamstring, but the injury is not believed to be serious...

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  4. Elmore's Strong Debut Lifts Rays over Red Sox

    Rays manager Kevin Cash spent some time before Wednesday's game professing his belief in the middle of the order and how he was confident they would eventually get things going at the plate...

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  5. Minnesota Twins: Mike Pelfrey Stars in Shutout Win

    Buoyed by the support of at least two dozen friends and family members in the stands, Mike Pelfrey gave the Twins exactly what they needed...

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  6. Final: Angels fall, 9-2, to Oakland

    In the first two games of the ongoing series between the Angels and Athletics , the Angels' bullpen starred, throwing nine innings of three-hit, one-run ball...

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  7. Instant Replay: A's Return Favor, Beat Angels 9-2

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  8. Carter's First HR of '15 Not Enough for Astros

    SEATTLE — The Astros ' first ejection of the 2015 season had a poetic touch. It was the hitting coach, Dave Hudgens...

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  9. Wong's Tiebreaking Double in 8th Helps Cardinals Top Nats

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  10. Trip Down Memory Lane Sparks Wong

    When the Cardinals arrived in Washington on Monday evening and checked into their hotel rooms, second baseman Kolten Wong found that he had nothing to do but try to answer the question that, to him, meant everything...

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  11. Treinen Struggling to Adapt to 8th Inning Role

    When Blake Treinen was a starter, both in the minors and in brief stints with the Nationals last season, he could take some comfort knowing one run surrendered in one inning likely wouldn't spell doom for him or his team...

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  12. Nationals erase early deficit but still fall short against Cardinals

    Entering this season, the Washington Nationals had faith they could overcome the alterations to their bullpen because of young arms such as Blake Treinen.....

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  13. Effectively-Wild Bradley Leads Arizona to 8-5 Win over Texas

    PHOENIX -- Archie Bradley shook off a shaky start to pitch six effective innings, lifting the Arizona Diamondbacks to an 8-5 win over the Texas Rangers on Wednesday night.....

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  14. Butler Homers in 5-Run 7th as A's Beat Angels

    Sonny Gray outpitched Jered Weaver with seven innings of two-hit ball, and Billy Butler homered during a five-run seventh inning that carried the Oakland Athletics to a 9-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night...

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  15. Mariners Salvage Series with Win over Stros

    SEATTLE — J.A. Happ delivered the strong start the Mariners so desperately needed Wednesday night and the bullpen nursed a 3-2 lead through high-anxiety moments in a victory over Houston at Safeco Field...

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  16. Happ Surprisingly Consistent as Mariners Struggle

    It is only three starts, just one-tenth of the outings the Mariners hope J.A. Happ makes this season, but here is the strange truth: Happ, the player many fans groaned over when the ...

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  17. Happ, Mariners Hold off Astros 3-2

    SEATTLE -- J.A. Happ earned his first win with the Mariners as the Seattle bullpen held off the Houston Astros 3-2 Wednesday night...

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  18. Hamilton, Reds Send Brewers to 7th Straight Loss

    Scoring the winning run on a wild pitch was the easy part. Avoiding a collision with the home plate umpire was a bit tougher for Billy Hamilton.....

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  19. Playing Patience or Panic with 5 Troubling Early-Season Baltimore Orioles Starts

    The sky is falling, the sky is falling! With the MLB season now a week-and-a-half old, fans across the country have begun to overanalyze every little thing going on with their specific teams...

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  20. Royals Bats Go Quiet in 3-0 Loss to Twins in Series Finale

    Eric Hosmer clutched his bat in left hand as he stood halfway up the first-base line. He glanced at the nearest umpire, who had ruled his innocuous fifth-inning grounder a fair ball...

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  21. Jeremy Guthrie's Command Evades Him as Twins Thwart Royals' Shot at Sweep

    Jeremy Guthrie turned to luck Wednesday night. It peeked at him, but never fully turned back to the right-hander...

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  22. Padres Come Back, Then Lose on Walk-off

    DENVER — The magic of the Padres ' eye-opening start this season began bubbling to the surface once more on Wednesday. One night after they scored their sixth comeback win, they teetered on the verge of doing it again...

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  23. Rockies Back at .500 Ball After Win over Padres

    The Colorado Rockies showed some heart tonight as they battled the San Diego Padres down to the wire, escaping with a 5-4 walk off victory...

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  24. Carter's solo homer

    4/22/15: Chris Carter connects for his first homer of the season, then gets the silent treatment when he gets back to the dugout.....

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  25. Rockies Snap 5-Game Losing Streak in Walkoff

    The air was especially thin Wednesday night at Coors Field. That's not a meteorological statement, but a baseball explanation of mile-high hitting...

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