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Red Sox left-hander David Price makes his much anticipated season debut in today's Memorial Day series opener against the White Sox in Chicago at 2:10 p.m. ET on MLB.TV, one of 10 day games on the 15-game slate. Price had been on the disabled list the first two months of the season with a left elbow strain.
Harvey finds groove as Mets thump Bucs
Needing a strong start to get back on track, Matt Harvey delivered for the Mets. The right-hander shined over six innings, and Jay Bruce provided the power, in a 7-2 win over the Pirates on Sunday night at PNC Park to win the three-game series.
Counsell believes Thames will break out again
The Brewers will closely monitor Eric Thames but don't plan to significantly alter his pattern of playing time.
Games galore: MLB honors Memorial Day
Welcome to one of the best baseball days of the year. We set Memorial Day aside each year to honor those who've kept our country free and safe. The Athletics and Yankees will play the first of 15 scheduled games stretched across Memorial Day, ending with the Braves and Angels starting eight hours later at Angel Stadium.
Longo, LoMo lift Rays with 15th-inning HRs
After trading punches all afternoon, the Rays outlasted the Twins, 8-6, in 15 innings on Sunday. The series finale marked the longest game in history at Target Field, in terms of time. At 6 hours, 26 minutes, it was also the longest in the Major Leagues this season.
Pinball wizardry: HR caroms off 2 OFs!
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Schimpf's shot leads Padres over Nats
After scoring a combined one run in their past two games this series, the Padres matched a season high with 14 hits on Sunday to defeat the Nationals, 5-3, for their lone win of the three-game set.
Bullpen of the Week: Dodgers
The Dodgers have won four games in a row and are right in the thick of the National League West, as usual. They defeated the Cubs in an NL Championship Series rematch on Sunday to pull to within 1 1/2 games of the surprising first-place Colorado Rockies.
Marquez, Parra lead Rockies past Cards
German Marquez allowed two runs over 5 2/3 innings and Gerardo Parra hit a three-run home run as the Rockies broke open a close game with a four-run eighth to defeat the Cardinals. The Cardinals got home runs from Jedd Gyorko, Tommy Pham, Greg Garcia and rookie Paul DeJong -- in his first big league at-bat, no less -- but pitcher Lance Lynn allowed four runs over five innings.
Rizzo leads #ASGWorthy power display
It's been home runs or nothing for the Cubs over the last week, and they continued that trend on Sunday. Anthony Rizzo, Willson Contreras and Javier Baez each went deep off Clayton Kershaw, of all pitchers, but it wasn't enough as the Dodgers posted a 9-4 win to complete a sweep.
Matz throws 5 perfect innings in rehab start
Bad news for the Mets about outfielder Yoenis Cespedes on Saturday was followed by Sunday's good news regarding left-hander Steven Matz.
Bellinger slugs way into Dodgers lore
Rookie Cody Bellinger on Sunday became the fastest Dodger in the modern era to reach 10 career home runs, according to Elias.
Dodgers dominate in sweep of champs
In a marquee pitching matchup between Clayton Kershaw and Jon Lester, it was all about the hitting. Rookie Cody Bellinger, Kik&#233; Hernandez, Austin Barnes and Yasiel Puig each homered for the Dodgers in a 9-4 victory Sunday to complete a sweep of the Cubs, who belted three home runs of their own.
Cards rookie DeJong homers in 1st career AB
Paul DeJong, who was recalled by the Cardinals on Sunday morning from Triple-A Memphis, hit a home run in his first Major League at-bat in the ninth inning of a loss to the Rockies.
Sano scares coach with rubber snake
Why did it have to be snakes?
Slam-tana leads Crew past D-backs in finale
Jimmy Nelson set a season high with 10 strikeouts and Domingo Santana smacked the Brewers' first grand slam of the season.
6-run frame propels Astros to sweep of O's
For the second game in a row, the Astros pounced on the Orioles quickly. The Astros hit for a team cycle in the second inning and added a half-dozen runs, deflating Baltimore and easing into their fourth series sweep this season with an 8-4 win Sunday afternoon at Minute Maid Park.
Reds hit 5 homers, win series against Phillies
One streak ended and another continued Sunday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. The Reds powered their way to an 8-4 victory over the Phillies with five home runs: two from Adam Duvall, two from Patrick Kivlehan and one from Scott Schebler.
#ASGWorthy Duvall has two-homer game
The home runs are starting to come in a nice bunch for Adam Duvall. But the Reds left fielder, like the rest of the lineup lately, has been trucking and carrying the team.
Rangers take finale vs. Blue Jays
Andrew Cashner silenced a surging Blue Jays' offense and helped the Rangers avoid a three-game sweep at Rogers Centre in the process.
Gonzalez flirts with perfecto in White Sox win
For six innings and 18 batters, White Sox starter Miguel Gonzalez flirted with perfection against the Tigers on Sunday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field. That perfect game and no-hitter ended when shortstop Tim Anderson was charged with an error on Andrew Romine's hard-hit grounder leading off the seventh, which was later changed to a single. But Gonzalez and the Sox rolled to a 7-3 win.
#ASGWorthy Giancarlo fuels win over Halos
Giancarlo Stanton smashed a home run in the first inning and J.T. Riddle provided the game-changing drive in the fifth as the Marlins rolled to a 9-2 win over the Angels on Sunday at Marlins Park.
Lasorda resting at home following surgery
Dodgers Hall of Fame former manager Tom Lasorda was released from the hospital on Sunday and is resting at home after Friday surgery to replace a pacemaker.
Gonzalez gives White Sox 'perfect' thoughts
A quick glance at Miguel Gonzalez's final line from a 7-3 White Sox victory over the Tigers on Sunday at Guaranteed Rate Field shows six hits allowed by the right-hander over 7 2/3 innings. Make that six hits allowed in 1 2/3 innings, as Gonzalez was letter perfect for the first six. And after Gonzalez set down 18 straight, focus couldn't help but fall upon the first potential White Sox no-hitter since Philip Humber's perfect game on April 21, 2012.
Wong lands on disabled list with elbow strain
The Cardinals placed infielder Kolten Wong on the disabled list prior to Sunday's game against the Rockies with a left elbow strain. The team recalled infielder Paul DeJong from Triple-A Memphis to take his place.
Yankees break out behind Judge's 1st slam
Aaron Judge ripped his first career grand slam in the third inning to put the Yankees ahead for good, and Michael Pineda gutted out six innings in the team's 9-5 win over the Athletics on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
Grand jury? Slammer is a first for Judge
Right fielder Aaron Judge was probably the last Yankee that pitcher Andrew Triggs wanted to face with the bases loaded in the third inning and the Athletics holding a 2-1 lead.
Mariners ride Bergman, HRs to halt Red Sox
Christian Bergman supplied a big boost to the Mariners' injury-riddled rotation with seven scoreless innings on Sunday as Seattle snapped the Red Sox's six-game win streak and avoided a series sweep with a 5-0 victory at Fenway Park.
Trout to undergo MRI on left thumb sprain
Sunday's 9-2 loss at Marlins Park could prove to be more painful than simply dropping a series to the Marlins.
Tomlin baffles Royals as Indians grab finale
Right-hander Josh Tomlin bounced back from two shaky starts by tossing a complete game, while Jason Kipnis had four hits, including a home run, as the Indians thumped the Royals, 10-1, on Sunday at Progressive Field to grab the final game of the three-game series.
Bumgarner slated to start throwing Friday
Giants ace Madison Bumgarner will resume throwing Friday, according to the latest update that manager Bruce Bochy issued Sunday.
Abreu eager to serve as mentor to Robert
Jose Abreu has served as a mentor to Yoan Moncada, his Cuban countryman and the No. 1 prospect in all of baseball, since the day Moncada was acquired from Boston. Abreu is following that same process with Luis Robert, the 19-year-old standout from Cuba who officially joined the White Sox Saturday via a Minor League contract with a $26 million signing bonus.
Sandoval to stay with Triple-A for now
Red Sox third baseman Pablo Sandoval will not join his team for its series against the White Sox starting Monday, and he will instead stay with Triple-A Pawtucket through the beginning of next week.
Sano sits for second day; Molitor not worried
Twins manager Paul Molitor told Miguel Sano he would not be in the starting lineup for the series finale against Tampa Bay. It marked the second consecutive day Molitor has elected to sit his slugging third baseman.
Sox excited about Sale's return to Chicago
Chris Sale and Ken WIlliams had a couple of heated disagreements during Sale's historically successful seven-year-tenure on the South Side. But there's certainly no lingering tough feelings on Williams' part when Sale returns to Chicago with the Red Sox on Monday, getting the start Tuesday night at Guaranteed Rate Field in a matchup with Jose Quintana.
Pujols monitoring hamstring as 600 nears
Albert Pujols was not in the starting lineup in Sunday's series and road trip finale against the Marlins. His quest for 600 career home runs will have to wait until the Halos return to Angel Stadium for an upcoming seven-game homestand that begins Monday versus the Braves.
Salazar headed to 'pen to work out of slump
Indians manager Terry Francona is known for not giving up on his players when they are slumping. Francona took that approach once again on Sunday, when he announced that right-hander Danny Salazar will move to the bullpen to work through his early-season struggles.
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