9/26/2012 | MLB Notebook: Walk-off backs Medlen's streak
The Braves' latest walk-off win sent the team to the postseason, and it also tied the record for most consecutive games won behind a starting pitcher.
9/26/2012 | Triple Crown still a tremendous achievement
Of course, the Triple Crown has meaning. To suggest otherwise is silly. It's an accomplishment to be celebrated, a spectacular collision of good fortune and achievement. That it has been done 15 times in 135 seasons is a testament to its difficulty.
9/26/2012 | Rizzo discusses Nats' success in 2012 and beyond
Nationals executive VP of baseball operations and GM Mike Rizzo recently sat down to discuss the team's march to the postseason and plans for the future.
9/26/2012 | Successful season no walk in the park for Dusty
Even before his recent stroke, Dusty Baker revealed that the 2012 season had been one of the most stressful of his long and successful career.
9/26/2012 | Pujols thrives as Trout, Hunter take off the pressure
As Mike Trout, the game's new fresh prince, has been stealing bases, home runs and hearts with his inspired play in center field for the Angels, Albert Pujols -- King Albert himself -- has reaped side benefits, both tangible and intangible in nature.
9/26/2012 | Cain shuts down D-backs in Giants' win
Matt Cain tossed a seven-inning gem Wednesday in his final regular-season start at AT&T Park, leading the Giants to a 6-0 win against the D-backs.
9/26/2012 | Everth slide upsets Victorino as benches clear
Benches cleared, and that was just about it, at the end of the seventh inning in the Padres' 2-1 win over the Dodgers on Tuesday night.
9/26/2012 | Baker one of baseball's greatest treasures
You do not have to be a fan of the Reds to wish manager Dusty Baker a complete and rapid return to full health. By this time, Baker should be regarded as a baseball treasure.
9/26/2012 | Rockies pour it on vs. Cubs on rainy night
Colorado put multiple multi-run innings together on a wet Tuesday night and came away with a 10-5 victory, its second win in a row.
9/25/2012 | AL Central race up for grabs as it should be
For the White Sox and Tigers, they've been going on for a while. Now they're dead even with eight to play, and they're reminding us all why we love this stuff.
9/25/2012 | Pirates, Mets bonded through late-season swoons
The Pirates and Mets have second-half declines in common, both last season and this. And as unwanted as it may be, a bond between New York manager Terry Collins and counterpart Clint Hurdle exists. They twice have taken different routes to points of September irrelevance, and they stand on the same street corner today as they engage in a four-game series at Citi Field.
9/25/2012 | D-backs playing it safe with Skaggs
After discussing it for several days, the D-backs decided Monday that rookie left-hander Tyler Skaggs will not make another start this year.
9/25/2012 | Cards near postseason berth after Garcia's gem
Jaime Garcia pitched seven scoreless innings as the Cardinals, who hold the second NL Wild Card spot, beat the Astros, 4-0, on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park.
9/25/2012 | Twins rally for four-run seventh to stun Yanks
Esmerling Vasquez turned in the first quality start of his career and the Twins rallied late for a 5-4 win over the Yankees on Tuesday night at Target Field.
9/25/2012 | Yanks' prime opportunity turns into a missed one
Phil Hughes and Boone Logan were responsible for the Twins' lead-changing rally, which proved to be the difference in Tuesday's 5-4 Yankees loss to the Twins in front of 33,346 at Target Field. The defeat kept New York's lead over second-place Baltimore at 1 1/2 games in the American League East.
9/25/2012 | Astros hope to finish managerial search soon
Astros owner Jim Crane said Tuesday the club has whittled its managerial search to three or four candidates and hopes to have the process wrapped up either later this week or early next week.
9/25/2012 | Giants to make decision soon on Melky's future
Giants manager Bruce Bochy said Tuesday that the club likely will announce during the next couple of days whether it plans to reinstate left fielder Melky Cabrera, should the team progress far enough into the postseason.
9/25/2012 | Fowler, CarGo resting for opener vs. Cubs
Center fielder Dexter Fowler (tendinitis in his right wrist) and left fielder Carlos Gonzalez (tight left hamstring) were on the bench Tuesday night.
9/25/2012 | All-Star recognized with Altuve Day in Houston
Houston mayor Annise Parker declared Tuesday "Jose Carlos Altuve Day" in recognition of Altuve's All-Star season. Altuve said he first found out about the proclamation on Tuesday morning.
9/25/2012 | Dodgers get Victorino, Hanley back in lineup
The Dodgers' starting lineup was back at full strength Tuesday night, with Shane Victorino and Hanley Ramirez able to play after sustaining recent injuries.
9/25/2012 | Adrian's journey comes full circle in Petco Park return
Adrian Gonzalez may not have left San Diego by his own volition, but he certainly moved on and has since moved on again. On Tuesday night, the long road took him home where it all started.
9/25/2012 | Walker's slump coincides with Pirates' swoon
The Pirates have had all the wheels fall off -- or at least go flat -- in their month-long spinout. In hindsight, however, perhaps nothing applied more drag than Neil Walker's quiet bat. Missing nearly three weeks around the turn into the September stretch silenced that bat altogether. And even before and since, Walker's usual production dried up.
9/25/2012 | Bowden credits regular work for recent roll
Cubs right-hander Michael Bowden has given up one run over 13 1/3 innings in 11 games this month.
9/25/2012 | Capps impresses Gardenhire but won't close
Twins right-hander Matt Capps felt just fine a day after making his return to the mound in Monday night's 6-3 loss to the Yankees.
9/25/2012 | Slumping Reddick sits in Texas
A's right fielder Josh Reddick, mired in a career-long 0-for-27 slump, received a mental day off Tuesday for the club's second contest of a four-game set in Texas.
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