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5/25/2016 | Season starting to come together for Yankees

On May 4, CC Sabathia pitched six innings of scoreless, six-hit ball in a 7-0 win over the Orioles at Baltimore. Five days later, Aroldis Chapman returned from a 30-game domestic abuse suspension.

5/25/2016 | Martin tweaks hamstring, exits Mariners' win

Leonys Martin continued his recent hot streak with an RBI single in the third inning of the Mariners' 13-3 win over the A's on Wednesday, but the center fielder was taken out the following frame after hurting his left hamstring while running the bases.

5/25/2016 | Righting the ship: Peavy, Kontos rebound

The Giants' 4-3, 10-inning victory over the Padres on Wednesday included redemptive performances from a pair of right-handers needing a boost.

5/25/2016 | Bradley extends streak as Boston routs Rox

Steven Wright continued his strong start and Jackie Bradley Jr. ran his hitting streak to 29 games, leading the Red Sox to a 10-3 victory over the Rockies on Wednesday night at Fenway Park.

5/25/2016 | Short-handed outfield sparks Marlins past Rays

Cole Gillespie's RBI single in the eighth drove home the go-ahead run to lead the Marlins to a 4-3 win over the Rays on Wednesday night at Tropicana Field.

5/25/2016 | Magic? Giants keep making wins appear

If this kind of thing was happening to a team other than the San Francisco Giants, we'd say it was magical. Actually, we'd say this is what a team does in a championship year. Things just fall a certain way.

5/25/2016 | AL Central contenders set to battle on MLB.TV

The Royals open a four-game set with the White Sox just two games back of Chicago in the AL Central.

5/25/2016 | Astros' Gomez using rehab stint to refresh

He was smiling with his teammates, bouncing around the field and looked refreshed. Simply put, Carlos Gomez was being Carlos Gomez again. Prior to the second game of his Minor League rehab stint at Double-A Corpus Christi on Wednesday night, Gomez said the rib cage injury that put him on the disabled list might have come at a good time.

5/25/2016 | Martin spearheads Blue Jays' Bronx eruption

Russell Martin slugged his first two homers of the season, supporting Marco Estrada's solid effort as the Blue Jays ended the Yankees' six-game win streak with an 8-4 victory on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium.

5/25/2016 | Tight AL Central leaves room for potential deals

With the Indians taking three of four from the White Sox -- and beating Chris Sale and Jose Quintana on consecutive days -- the AL Central is back to being almost anybody's division to take, just as it was expected to be in Spring Training. Here's a look at moves front offices could make to get an edge.

5/25/2016 | Young A's benefit from Washington's tutelage

One thing young A's players Marcus Semien and Tyler Ladendorf have in common is Ron Washington, the tireless former Texas Rangers manager who has come back to the A's as a third-base coach and is widely respected as one of the true gurus of infield instruction in the Major Leagues.

5/25/2016 | A-Rod homers in likely final game at Trenton

Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez went 1-for-2 with a mammoth two-run home run against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at ARM & HAMMER Park on Wednesday night in the second game of his rehab stint with Double-A Trenton. Rodriguez is expected to be activated from the disabled list for the Yankees' 4:05 p.m. ET series finale against the Blue Jays on Thursday.

5/25/2016 | Pedroia, Bogaerts, Hanigan exit game early

The Red Sox lost both members of their double-play combination during Wednesday night's 10-3 win over the Rockies. But manager John Farrell is confident second baseman Dustin Pedroia (right hamstring tightness) and shortstop Xander Bogaerts (sore right thumb) will both be back for Thursday's series finale.

5/25/2016 | Astros prospect Bregman 'ready to contribute'

Alex Bregman doesn't make many mistakes on the baseball field, so when he was picked off base in a game a few days ago in Midland, Double-A Corpus Christi manager Rodney Linares noticed Bregman sitting with his head down in the dugout.

5/25/2016 | Ryu goes four scoreless for OKC in rehab outing

Hyun-Jin Ryu took another step toward rejoining the Dodgers, throwing four scoreless innings for Triple-A Oklahoma City his third rehab start on Wednesday.

5/25/2016 | Tex receives shot in neck; MRI not troubling

Mark Teixeira received a cortisone shot on Wednesday to calm the neck spasms that have been affecting his play this month, and though he could sit out a few more days, the Yankees say that they do not expect the first baseman to require a stint on the disabled list.

5/25/2016 | Umpire Guccione struck by foul, leaves game

Home-plate umpire Chris Guccione left Wednesday's 5-4 Pirates victory over the D-backs at PNC Park after being struck in the mask by a foul tip during the first inning.

5/25/2016 | Scioscia has Ryan warm up in 'pen in loss

It was the seventh inning at Globe Life Park on Wednesday afternoon, and the Angels were getting blown out. Their starting pitcher had recorded only seven outs, their bullpen was taxed, and their chance at a comeback had essentially evaporated.

5/25/2016 | Fractured thumb sidelines Yanks prospect Sanchez

Gary Sanchez, rated as the Yankees' No. 3 prospect, according to MLB Pipeline, has a non-displaced fracture of his right thumb and will be placed on the Minor League disabled list.

5/25/2016 | Giants win 5th straight on walk-off 1B in 10th

The San Francisco Giants, baseball's hottest team with 13 wins in their past 14 games, maintained their dominance of the San Diego Padres as Brandon Crawford drilled a two-out, walk-off single to give the National League West leaders a 4-3 victory Wednesday and a sweep of the three-game series. The Giants have won all nine games between the two clubs this season, marking their first nine-game winning streak against the Padres in franchise history.

5/25/2016 | Bradley extends hitting streak to 29 games

In the rich history of the Red Sox, there are only three players who have put together a longer hitting streak than Jackie Bradley Jr., who extended his impressive run to 29 games in Wednesday night's 10-3 win over the Rockies.

5/25/2016 | Homers help Astros lock up series win vs. O's

The Astros got big blasts from Luis Valbuena and Evan Gattis, and capitalized on four Orioles errors, to edge Baltimore, 4-3, on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park, securing a series win in the three-game set.

5/25/2016 | Tweaked right quad keeps Tulo out of lineup

Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki was held out of the Blue Jays' starting lineup for Wednesday night's game against the Yankees with a tight right quad, but he is not expected to require a stint on the disabled list.

5/25/2016 | Villar's hit in 13th sends Brewers past Braves

After facing the Braves' entire bullpen and the guy who had been scheduled to start on Saturday, the Brewers claimed a 3-2 victory courtesy of Jonathan Villar's go-ahead single in the 13th inning on Wednesday night at Turner Field.

5/25/2016 | Even-steven: Mets, Nats expect long battle

The Mets rode a dominant outing from left-hander Steven Matz to a 2-0 victory Wednesday afternoon to take two out of three games from the Nationals at Nationals Park. They leave Washington a half-game behind the Nats for first place in the National League East and with a measure of revenge after Washington came to New York last week and won two out of three games at Citi Field.

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