1. Upton, Shields Lead Padres in 11-3 Rout of Dodgers

    LOS ANGELES -- Justin Upton hit a grand slam and drove in six runs as the San Diego Padres broke loose Sunday, backing unbeaten James Shields in an 11-3 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers...

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  2. Justin Upton Proving Even Petco Park Can't Derail His Immense Power

    Justin Upton had a monster game Sunday against the Los Angeles Dodgers , smacking a grand slam and driving in six runs overall as the San Diego Padres cruised to an 11-3 victory ...

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  3. Goldschmidt Homers, D-Backs Beat Cubs 4-3 to Take Series

    Paul Goldschmidt hit his second home run in three days and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Chicago Cubs 4-3 on Sunday to win the three-game series...

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  4. Arizona State HC Bobby Hurley Throws out First Pitch at Diamondbacks Game

    For new head coaches a part of the job is making the rounds around the community to spark added interest in their program...

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  5. Montero, Coghlan Homer in Loss to D-Backs

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  6. Dodgers Fan Films Himself Catching Home Run Ball

    Thanks to his video camera, this fan will never forget the time he caught a home run during a baseball game...

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  7. Report: Jeter to Appear for Bernie's Number Retirement

    NEW YORK — The Yankees are honoring Bernie Williams Sunday night by retiring his jersey, No. 51, and Tyler Kepner of The New York Times reports that ex-captain Derek Jeter will be in attendance...

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  8. Indians Notes: Jason Kipnis Scorching Hot in May

    Jason Kipnis is superstitious, but to a point. That's why, in the midst of an outrageously hot month of May, the Indians second baseman got his hair cut...

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  9. Quintana Finds Rough Going Against Twins

    A four-run fourth inning was more than enough support for starter Kyle Gibson, as the Twins defeated the White Sox on Sunday, 8-1. Gibson worked eight innings and struck out eight -- tying a career high -- without a walk to cruise to the win...

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  10. Dodgers Fan Videotapes Himself Catching HR

    The Dodgers may be getting spanked by the Padres today at Chavez Ravine, but at least one L.A. fan will go home happy. That's because this guy in left field not only snagged a home run ball, but he caught his own feat on video...

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  11. Indians Win 6th in a Row, Defeat Reds

    In a season of costly defensive miscues, the Indians were glad to be the beneficiary of some poor glove work by their opponent in Sunday's 5-2 victory over Cincinnati at Progressive ...

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  12. Dozier Powers Twins Past White Sox 8-1

    Brian Dozier homered twice and drove in four runs and the Minnesota Twins beat the Chicago White Sox 8-1 on Sunday...

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  13. Dozier's 2 HRs Power Twins Past White Sox

    A four-run fourth inning was more than enough support for starter Kyle Gibson, as the Twins defeated the White Sox on Sunday, 8-1. Gibson worked eight innings and struck out eight -- tying a career high -- without a walk to cruise to the win...

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  14. Jennings on 2nd Win: 'Wins Are Like Donuts'

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  15. Bat Boy Takes Phillies LF Ben Revere's Bat on Foul Ball, Gives It Back

    Nobody can question this Philadelphia Phillies bat boy's dedication. When he sees a ball hit, his first instinct is to go grab the bat. He just needs to be a little more aware of the situation...

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  16. Rangers Sign Burton to a Minor League Deal

    The Rangers have signed pitcher Jared Burton to a minor league contract, executive VP of communications John Blake tweeted on Sunday afternoon...

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  17. Mets Strike out 14 Times on Way to Being Swept by Pirates

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  18. McCutchen, Pirates Come Alive in Series Sweep with 9-1 Win Against Mets

    It's hard to fault a manager for pitching around Andrew McCutchen, the Pirates ' perennial All-Star and MVP candidate...

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  19. Astros 10, Tigers 8: Anibal Sanchez Allows Seven Runs; Detroit Blows Four-Run...

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  20. Jason Castro, Preston Tucker Deliver at the Plate as Astros Rally Past Tigers

    DETROIT — Say what you will of an erratic Astros lineup. There's potency, too, and that equates to comeback ability...

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  21. Royals Can't Solve Wacha, Downed by Cards

    Yordano Ventura made things interesting from the get-go today as he walked Kolten Wong and Matt Carpenter to begin the game. Jhonny Peralta followed up with a single to score one run before Matt Adams put the Cardinals up by two with a double...

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  22. Royals Fall to Wacha, Cards 6-1

    Kansas City, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - Michael Wacha sparkled again to become the first seven-game winner in the National League and the Cardinals beat the Royals 6-1 on Sunday to avoid being swept in a three-game series...

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  23. Krukow Selected for CCAA Hall of Fame Induction

    San Francisco Giants broadcaster Mike Krukow has been selected for induction into the California Collegiate Athletic Association Hall of Fame.....

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  24. Cards End Skid, Beat Royals 6-1

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Unbeaten Michael Wacha won for the seventh straight time this year and the St. Louis Cardinals ended their season-worst three-game losing streak by beating the Kansas City Royals 6-1 Sunday...

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  25. Angels Burned Again by Mike Napoli in Loss to Red Sox

    C.J. Wilson got burned when he walked hitters and he got burned on one particular pitch when he would rather have issued a walk...

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