9/22/2012 | Behind Latos, Reds regain reign of NL Central
The National League Central flag is back in the hands of the Reds, who earned the right to celebrate with Saturday's 6-0 victory over the Dodgers behind a dominant Mat Latos.
9/22/2012 | Baker expected to return to Cincinnati on Sunday
Reds manager Dusty Baker, who has been hospitalized in Chicago since Wednesday while being treated for an irregular heartbeat, is expected to return home to Cincinnati on Sunday.
9/22/2012 | Braves take big step toward playoffs, hurt Phils
Freddie Freeman and Jason Heyward led the barrage that forced Roy Halladay to make one of the earliest exits of his career and watch helplessly as the Braves completed their 8-2 win over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday afternoon.
9/22/2012 | Dickey cruises past Marlins for 19th win
Dickey cruised to his 19th win by shutting out the Marlins for eight innings on Saturday at Citi Field. The Marlins rallied in the ninth off of Dickey and reliever Jon Rauch, but New York hung on to win, 4-3.
9/22/2012 | Marlins aren't expected to shake up front office
If changes are indeed on the way for the Marlins, it doesn't appear they will be in the front office. MLB.com confirmed reports in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Miami Herald that Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is not expected to make drastic front-office changes.
9/22/2012 | Oblique might cost Westbrook regular season
Approximately 10 pitches into his scheduled bullpen session on Saturday morning, Jake Westbrook stopped throwing. Pitching coach Derek Lilliquist and manager Mike Matheny walked his way.
9/22/2012 | Johnson sees improvement in Harper's defense
Nationals center fielder Bryce Harper has eight outfield assists, and his 2.32 range factor ranks fifth in the National League. Amazing, considering he started playing the outfield in 2010.
9/22/2012 | Johnson says he's not worried about Clippard
Nationals manager Davey Johnson said he is not concerned about closer Tyler Clippard, who had allowed nine runs in his last 9 1/3 innings entering Saturday's game against Milwaukee.
9/22/2012 | Andino discusses Friday's beaning
Orioles second baseman Robert Andino, speaking for the first time since taking a pitch to the helmet in Friday night's 4-2 win over the Red Sox, was still visibly upset after Saturday's 9-6 win about Mark Melancon's 94-mph fastball gone awry.
9/22/2012 | Sveum believes you can evaluate in September
A common belief throughout baseball is that there are two times players can't be truly judged: Spring Training and September.
9/22/2012 | Red Sox playing it safe with Ellsbury
Jacoby Ellsbury's "little situation," as manager Bobby Valentine has termed it, kept the center fielder out of the lineup again on Saturday.
9/22/2012 | Groin issues won't keep Braun from stretch run
After a rough slide into home and a stolen base on Friday night, Ryan Braun is dealing with a couple of groin issues, manager Ron Roenicke said Saturday.
9/22/2012 | Teixeira works out before Sunday departure
Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira jogged on the field for the first time since aggravating his Grade 1 left calf strain on Sept. 8 prior to Saturday's matchup with the A's at Yankee Stadium.
9/22/2012 | Gio is MLB's first 20-game winner as Nats roll
Left-hander Gio Gonzalez did something Saturday that had not been done in Nationals history. He became the club's first pitcher to win 20 games in a season as the Nationals pounded the Brewers, 10-4, at Nationals Park.
9/22/2012 | MLB Notebook: Rays set AL record for K's
Starter James Shields had nine of the Rays' 11 strikeouts Friday as the club set an American League record with 1,275 K's on the season.
9/22/2012 | Thome helps O's continue extra-inning prowess
Already the king of extra-innings wins, Baltimore extended its streak to 16 consecutive bonus-frame wins with Jim Thome's ground-rule RBI double sealing the deal in a 9-6, 12-inning win over the Red Sox on Saturday at Fenway Park.
9/22/2012 | Path to the Postseason: Sept. 22, 2012
Some late-inning magic on Friday had major effects on the playoff picture, as the day began with the Cardinals losing a heartbreaker to the Cubs in 11 innings.
9/22/2012 | Yankees outlast A's to maintain first-place lead
The Yankees won in walk-off fashion against the A's for the second consecutive game Saturday, with Oakland first baseman Brandon Moss booting an Eduardo Nunez ground ball with the bases loaded that allowed Ichiro Suzuki to score the winning run in the 14th inning for a 10-9 victory.
9/22/2012 | Royals, Indians draw warnings for plunkings
After Friday night's third hit batsman, home-plate umpire Gary Cederstrom warned both the Indians and Royals benches in the eighth inning of Kansas City's 6-3 win in the series opener.
9/22/2012 | Triunfel solid in first start as Mariners top Rangers
In his first Major League start, Carlos Triunfel hit the go-ahead double and made several nice plays at shortstop as the Mariners knocked off the Rangers, 6-3.
9/22/2012 | Johnson notches 46th save, sets new club record
There is a different mentality with this year's Orioles team, and a big part of the club's confidence comes from closer Jim Johnson, who set a new club single-season saves record with his 46th in a 4-2 win over the Red Sox on Friday night.
9/21/2012 | Germany, Canada square off after strong showings
The showdown between World Baseball Classic qualifier host nation Germany and qualifier favorite Canada could be a slugfest or a pitchers' duel.
9/21/2012 | Ackley exits with stiff neck after three innings
Dustin Ackley was 0-for-2 with two groundouts before leaving Friday night's game.
9/21/2012 | Posey honored to win Willie Mac Award
The stoicism that Buster Posey and Willie McCovey share made the Giants catcher an ideal choice for the award that bears the Hall of Famer's name. Posey received the Willie Mac Award, given annually to the player considered the most inspirational Giant.
9/21/2012 | Britain, Czech Republic battle in elimination game
It's do-or-die time for Great Britain and the Czech Republic as the two European teams square off Saturday afternoon at the World Baseball Classic qualifier with the loser being eliminated from the tournament.
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