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Yankees to Mets: Down, boys!

The Mets might have been on top of baseball coming in, but the Yankees -- powered by a pair of Mark Teixeira two-run homers -- made sure the Mets still know their role in New York's baseball hierarchy.

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Martinez: Teams that have withstood injuries

Jason Martinez identifies MLB teams that have been hit hard by injury issues this season -- including the Nats and Rangers -- and assesses whether they've been able to withstand those issues.

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5 questions with ... Addison Russell

The Chicago Cubs' Addison Russell, one of baseball's top prospects, talks about life in the big leagues after his recent promotion.

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Long ball leads Red Sox past Orioles (0:41)

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Finally, Bernie Williams is part of the club

The Yankees began to make amends for a decade-long oversight by kicking off a celebration of Bernie Williams and his time with the club.

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Royals playing with a chip on their shoulder (1:53)

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Nathan poised for another Tommy John surgery

Stephania Bell discusses Joe Nathan's latest injury and the fact that he might be undergo a second Tommy John surgery in his career.

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#TBT: Fernando Tatis' historic night

St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Fernando Tatis tattooed two grand slams in the same inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 23, 1999.


Kazmir leaves with game tied

Scott Kazmir finished his night allowing just 5 hits in 7 scoreless innings. It's his second 7-inning, 0-run start this season, but he won't factor in the decision tonight. The Astros and A's are still tied 0-0 in the 8th inning. Follow live


Greinke looking good

Has Zack Greinke re-discovered his Cy Young form? He came into Friday night with a 1.83 ERA this season, and has yet to give up a run through 5 innings against the Padres. The Dodgers lead 1-0. Follow live


Rockies keep on rolling

The Giants couldn't keep the momentum going coming off their sweep of the Dodgers, losing to the Rockies 6-4. Colorado has won 3 straight after having dropped the previous 5 games. Box score


No runs yet in Oakland

The scoreless innings are piling up for the Athletics. They were shut out Thursday against the Angels, and have yet to score through 5 innings against the Astros. The good news for Oakland? Houston is scoreless too. Follow live


Hernandez leading Mariners again

Felix Hernandez has been in peak form tonight. The ace has allowed just 1 hit and has 7 K's through 5 innings. Seattle leads 2-0 thanks to solo home runs by Nelson Cruz and Logan Morrison. Follow live


Monster 11th keys Cubs win

Chicago broke a 3-3 tie with 4 runs in the top of the 11th to down the Reds on the road. Jon Lester struck out 10 for his best outing as a Cub and Anthony Rizzo smacked his 2nd HR of the year. Box score


Final: Cardinals 3, Brewers 0

Cardinals SP Carlos Martinez threw 7 scoreless innings, giving up only 4 hits and striking out 8 to give St. Louis the 3-0 win over Milwaukee. Box score


Rockies capture lead in 6th

The Rockies collected 4 hits and converted them into 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th to claim a 6-4 lead over the Giants. Follow live

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Herrera does it again. 2-run triple the other day now a base hit to drive in go-ahead run. 4-3 Top 11, 1 out 2nd and 3rd

Moss drives in seven, Indians win

Brandon Moss wasn't having a great start to the season but two homers and a double seem to go with a 13-1 win for the Tribe over the Tigers.


Marlins beat Nats 3-2

Adeiny Hechavarria went 2-for-3 and scored twice as the Fish squeezed past their NL East foes. Box score


Phillies notch walk-off win

Neither team scored until Ben Revere – the last batter of the game – reached base on an error, allowing the winning run to score in a 1-0 win over the Braves.


Pineda steals deGrom's spotlight

Mets SP Jacob deGrom's 0.93 ERA entering tonight and 18 1/3 scoreless-innings streak earned all the attention pregame. But Michael Pineda allowed only 1 run in 7 2/3 innings, compared to deGrom's 6 in 5. The Yanks take the first game 6-1. Box score