9/29/2012 | Sveum gets feedback from veteran players
Cubs manager Dale Sveum met for nearly half an hour with the veteran players Saturday in his office to get feedback from them about how the season went and ask for any ideas they may have.
9/29/2012 | Bizarre sequence follows Morse's awarded slam
After some confusion on Michael Morse's hit in the first inning of the Nationals' 6-4 win over the Cardinals in 10 innings Saturday, the umpiring crew reviewed the play and overturned it, ruling a grand slam.
9/29/2012 | McCutchen halts slump with walk-off blast in ninth
A night after Reds right-hander Homer Bailey hurled the first no-hitter in Pittsburgh, and against the Pirates, in 41 years, Andrew McCutchen's solo homer in the bottom of the ninth gave the Bucs a 2-1 walk-off thriller on Saturday at sold-out PNC Park.
9/29/2012 | Hamels, Eovaldi set to square off in season finale
Four strikeouts shy of setting a new personal best, Phillies left-hander Cole Hamels will make his final start of his All-Star season when he toes the rubber in Sunday's series finale against the Marlins.
9/29/2012 | Loss in St. Louis allowed rare rest for Nationals
The Nationals were planning to rest their everyday players once they clinched the National League East, but Friday night's blowout loss provided another unexpected opportunity.
9/29/2012 | Nats' postseason rotation 'hard to set up'
Davey Johnson has been looking closer lately at the Nationals' potential postseason matchups. But with the Nationals' first-round opponent and schedule yet to be determined, there are many variables and unknowns.
9/29/2012 | Mets hoping Duda's homer sparks confidence
When the Mets demoted scuffling outfielder Lucas Duda to the Minor Leagues in July, manager Terry Collins recalled, "A chip showed up on his shoulder. He was angry."
9/29/2012 | Sale's struggles set tone as Sox fall two back
If momentum really is as strong in Major League Baseball as the next day's starting pitcher, then it's easy to see why the White Sox good feeling from Friday disappeared quickly during Saturday's 10-4 loss to the Rays at U.S. Cellular Field.
9/29/2012 | Dierker gives keynote speech at PCA awards
Former Astros pitcher, broadcaster and manager Larry Dierker was the keynote speaker at the Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) annual awards banquet at the Houston Club on Saturday morning.
9/29/2012 | Maxwell relishing opportunity with Astros
Going from the powerhouse Yankees to the rebuilding Astros has worked out just fine for outfielder Justin Maxwell, who is leading the team in home runs (17) and is ranked second on the club in RBIs (50).
9/29/2012 | Rays get to Sale early, remain three games back
A battle between two young left-handers failed to live up to the hype, which proved to be a good thing for the Rays on Saturday afternoon when they took a 10-4 win over the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
9/29/2012 | Valentine an admirer of O's legend Robinson
On the night the Orioles honored Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson by formally unveiling a statue, Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine shared his remembrances.
9/29/2012 | After attitude adjustment, Melancon on strong run
Laid back by nature, Red Sox reliever Mark Melancon has found his angry side on the mound, and he thinks it's helped lead to his late-season resurgence.
9/29/2012 | Ellsbury bats leadoff in return to lineup
After more than a week on the shelf, Jacoby Ellsbury returned to Boston's lineup on Saturday night, batting first and playing center field.
9/29/2012 | Miami BBWAA hands out hardware on Saturday
Giancarlo Stanton, Donovan Solano, Jose Reyes and Justin Ruggiano all received awards from the Miami chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America to commemorate their respective seasons.
9/29/2012 | Three funnymen take turns at live broadcasting
Three funny Hollywood types -- Kevin Pollak, Robert Wuhl and Jon Gries -- will call three innings apiece from a booth at Dodger Stadium on Monday in a live "Express Written Consent."
9/29/2012 | After no-no, low-key celebration for Bailey
So what does a guy who just threw a no-hitter do much of the night and the following day? For Reds starter Homer Bailey, you answer a lot of congratulatory text messages.
9/29/2012 | Holliday shakes off bruise to slot in Cards' lineup
Cardinals left fielder Matt Holliday returned to the starting lineup Saturday after he was hit on the left elbow by a pitch from Christian Garcia in the sixth inning of Friday's 12-2 win.
9/29/2012 | Cardinals hope to have Freese back Sunday
Cardinals third baseman David Freese will likely return to the starting lineup Sunday for the finale of the three-game series with Washington.
9/29/2012 | Berkman not optimistic about chances to return
Cardinals outfielder Lance Berkman says his chances of returning this season are diminishing every day.
9/29/2012 | Halladay, Phillies battle back for win over Marlins
Roy Halladay struggled in an 9-5 victory over the Marlins, but that has been the story of his season. He allowed six hits, four runs, three walks, one home run and struck out seven in five innings.
9/29/2012 | Wieters returns to lineup after birth of son
Orioles catcher Matt Wieters was back in Saturday's starting lineup a day after his wife, Maria, gave birth to the couple's first child, a son named Maverick Luther.
9/29/2012 | Hammel to pitch in simulated game on Monday
Orioles pitcher Jason Hammel will throw a four- or five-inning simulated game at the team's fall instructional league in Sarasota, Fla., on Monday as the 30-year-old inches closer to a return.
9/29/2012 | Buehrle not confirmed for Wednesday's start
Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen said Saturday that the team hasn't yet decided if Mark Buehrle will start Wednesday's season finale against the Mets, although the team's game notes currently have him listed as the probable pitcher for that game.
9/29/2012 | Yelich, Fernandez named players of year
Jose Fernandez and outfielder Christian Yelich, teammates at Class-A Jupiter and the top two prospects in the Marlins' organization according to MLB.com, were honored in a pregame ceremony at the stadium.
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