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6/25/2016 | Get a whiff of this: Fernandez, Sale on MLB.TV

Aces Jose Fernandez, Johnny Cueto and Chris Sale will all be in action Sunday as part of a full slate of games on MLB.TV.


6/25/2016 | Velasquez to return Monday, start vs. D-backs

Phillies manager Pete Mackanin announced before Saturday night's game against the Giants at AT&T Park that Vince Velasquez will pitch Monday night against the D-backs at Chase Field.


6/25/2016 | BTS leader reaches 49 to tie all-time record

In the 16-year history of Beat the Streak, no player has been able to achieve the game's ultimate goal by putting together a 57-game hit streak and surpassing Joe DiMaggio's record 56-game hitting streak in 1941. But now, 63-year old Terry Sims is as close as anyone has ever been to capturing the coveted $5.6 million grand prize.


6/25/2016 | Cutch: Adele's good vibes led to 2-HR night

After striking out in his first at-bat, Andrew McCutchen looked comfortable at the plate Saturday night. He homered twice off Dodgers starter Kenta Maeda, hammering a curveball and later ripping into a fastball. In this season where so little has gone right, what felt right in the Pirates' 6-1 win at PNC Park?


6/25/2016 | Nationals still searching for answers during skid

You look at a club with the proven ability of the Washington Nationals and you believe that their losing streak cannot possibly grow any longer. And then it does grow longer, as it did Saturday at Miller Park in a 6-5 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. As recently as June 17, the Nationals were 43-25, six games up in the NL East. Since then, the Nats have lost seven in a row.


6/25/2016 | Cardinals remove Rosenthal as closer

The Cardinals have removed Trevor Rosenthal as closer, one night after he blew his third save opportunity of the season.


6/25/2016 | Cutch, Bucs back locked-in Locke, blast LA

For nearly three months, Andrew McCutchen has not looked like himself at the plate. He's been physically compromised, mechanically off and statistically average. But Saturday night, he looked like Andrew McCutchen again. The Pirates' star center fielder homered twice, leading the Bucs to a 6-1 win over the Dodgers at PNC Park.


6/25/2016 | Coastal Carolina, Arizona advance to College World Series finals

The first Big South Conference team ever to play in the CWS, the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers now lead Division I in victories and will play Arizona for the national title in a best-of-three series beginning on Monday.




6/25/2016 | Seager headlines #ASGWorthy NL shortstop class

One of the closer 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star ballot races in these final days of voting is at the shortstop spot in the National League, where, at last count, the Cubs' Addison Russell (1.49 million votes) and the Rockies' Trevor Story (1.11 million) were separated by just a few hundred thousand clicks.


6/25/2016 | Strasburg scratched again from Sunday start

Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg will not start Sunday vs. Brewers after his upper back injury flared up. Tanner Roark will start in his place.


6/25/2016 | Hit King Rose inducted into Reds Hall of Fame

Pete Rose, his gaze locked on the near sellout crowd that had packed Great American Ball Park on Saturday afternoon, appeared both happy and, for brief moments, overwhelmed, during the induction ceremony that made him the newest member of the Reds Hall of Fame.


6/25/2016 | Hero in a pinch! Johnson's HR lifts Mets in 11th

Julio Teheran and Jacob deGrom waged an impressive pitching battle and maintained their status as two of baseball's most unfortunate pitchers in terms of run support. Once they exited on Saturday night at Turner Field, Kelly Johnson damaged his former team with a pinch-hit home run that provided the Mets a 1-0, 11-inning win over the Braves.


6/25/2016 | Sheffield set to become Dodgers' latest Draft signing

Vanderbilt right-handed pitcher Jordan Sheffield's Instagram photo of him with pen in hand and a Dodgers script backdrop, the text reading "Not a bad first gig," seems to indicate the club has signed the 36th overall pick in the 2016 MLB Draft. The club has not confirmed the signing.


6/25/2016 | Tribe on 8-0 roll, builds a 5-game bulge

Another day, another Indians win over the Tigers. Carlos Carrasco threw a four-hit shutout and Cleveland beat Detroit, 6-0, on Saturday at Comerica Park to move to 8-0 on the season against its division rival. The Tribe also won its eighth straight game.


6/25/2016 | O's rally on HRs to topple Rays in nightcap

The Orioles erased an early four-run deficit to take an 8-6 win in Saturday's nightcap at Camden Yards, earning a doubleheader sweep over a Rays team that has lost 10 consecutive games.


6/25/2016 | Altuve's 4 hits, 7-run frame key Astros' victory

Jose Altuve homered in a four-hit night and drove in three runs, and the Astros bolted to a huge early lead for the second straight game in a 13-5 victory over the Royals on Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium.


6/25/2016 | 7 dwarfed: Jays happy despite foe might

Edwin Encarnacion drove in four runs and Devon Travis added two hits and two RBIs, as the Blue Jays survived a franchise-record-tying seven White Sox home runs -- all solo shots -- to claim a 10-8 victory Saturday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field and even this three-game set. It was the third time in history a team hit seven home runs in a loss (also the Tigers of 1995 and 2004).


6/25/2016 | White Sox hit 7 HRs in loss, tie MLB record

The White Sox smacked seven homers to tie a franchise best on Saturday against the Blue Jays, but it was also just the third time in MLB history a team belted that many in a loss, as Chicago fell, 10-8, at U.S. Cellular Field.


6/25/2016 | Bour, Stanton fuel comeback win over Cubs

The Cubs' winning streak didn't last very long. Justin Bour smacked a two-run homer and an RBI double and Giancarlo Stanton drove in three runs to power the Marlins to a 9-6 come-from-behind victory on Saturday over the Cubs, who lost for the fifth time in their last six games.


6/25/2016 | Braves agree with top Draft pick Anderson

A little more than two weeks after taking Ian Anderson with the third selection in the MLB Draft, the Braves welcomed the highly-touted right-hander to Turner Field to mingle with the Major Leaguers and sign his first professional contract.


6/25/2016 | Pomeranz homers, shuts down Reds in win

It was a do-it-all type of late afternoon for Padres starter Drew Pomeranz. Not only did the lefty quiet the Reds for seven innings on the mound, but his time at the plate netted a home run and RBI single during a 3-0 victory on Saturday at Great American Ball Park.


6/25/2016 | Yanks pounce on error as arms baffle Twins

Though the Yankees struggled to cobble together offense against the Twins on Saturday afternoon, they came away with a 2-1 win at Yankee Stadium after Eduardo Escobar booted a grounder off the bat of Starlin Castro in the eighth inning, allowing Aaron Hicks to score the go-ahead run.


6/25/2016 | Gausman fires a gem as O's beat Rays in matinee

Kevin Gausman didn't resemble a pitcher with no wins, as the Orioles defeated the Rays, 5-0, in the first game of a day-night doubleheader on Saturday at Camden Yards.


6/25/2016 | Sizzling Ozuna sitting with sore left wrist

The Marlins' lineup had a little less thump in it for Saturday's contest with the Cubs. Marcell Ozuna, who did not start Saturday and may not Sunday, is dealing with a sore left wrist that has been nagging him for about a week.




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