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MLB News - 05/24/16
- Pop, star: SF, Cueto walk off on bloop(er)
Pinch-hitter Hunter Pence's two-out fly ball fell between a pair of San Diego Padres fielders for a ninth-inning hit Monday, driving in the game's lone run as the Giants and Johnny Cueto prevailed, 1-0. It was San Francisco's 11th victory in 12 games.
- Old, your horses: Bartolo, Ichiro put on show
Baseball's elder statesmen tapped into the fountain of youth Monday as the two oldest players in the Majors -- Bartolo Colon and Ichiro Suzuki -- helped their clubs to victories.
- Kershaw's shutout exactly what Dodgers needed
Clayton Kershaw pitched another in a series of masterpieces, a 102-pitch two-hitter in a 1-0 Dodgers win over the Reds on Monday night, the lefty's third shutout of the year moving him to 7-1. All three of those shutouts have come during his 5-0 May.
- VOTE: Cast this summer's starring roles
Help pick the lineups in San Diego on July 12. Cast your Esurance MLB All-Star Ballot up to 5 times in any 24-hour period for a maximum of 35 times.
- Grichuk's 1st walk-off HR closes Central gap
With a walk-off home run by Randal Grichuk, the Cardinals completed a 4-3, come-from-behind win on Monday to carve into the Cubs' lead in the National League Central. The victory, which came in front of a sellout crowd at Busch Stadium, pulled the Cardinals to within six games of the Cubs, the closest they've been since the second day of May.
- Miggy on prolific tear -- even by his standards
As the latest opposite-field drive from Miguel Cabrera made its path into the right-field seats, the first of two Cabrera solo homers in Monday's 5-4 Tigers win over the Phillies, the swing and the result resembled the Cabrera of a few years ago.
- Sale going for 10-0 leads way on MLB.TV
As we pass the quarter pole of the 2016 season, the division races across the Major Leagues are beginning to take shape.
- Pujols climbs HR list as Angels shut out Rangers
Albert Pujols hit a two-run home run off Rangers starter Derek Holland, and the Angels took the opener of a three-game series with a 2-0 victory on Monday night.
- #ASGWorthy: Murphy or Zobrist at 2B in NL?
There are some obvious similarities between the Nationals' Daniel Murphy and the Cubs' Ben Zobrist, two veterans who signed with new clubs following strong postseasons and so far are making their contracts look like bargains for division leaders. That makes them the two leading candidates among National League second basemen on the 2016 All-Star ballot. But which one, at this point, is most deserving of a trip to San Diego in July?
- Bauer's videobombing skills on point
Trevor Bauer's videobombing skills are on point
- SoE: Lupica: Hero to zero? Dark Knight in DC
Baseball is a humbling game, and nobody is finding that out more right now than Matt Harvey. Once the star young ace, Harvey has fallen into a slump, making tonight's start against the Nats one of the biggest of his career.