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4/24/2015 | Moss breaks out with career-high 7 RBIs, 2 homers

This was the kind of night the Indians had in mind when they traded for Brandon Moss over the offseason. Cleveland envisioned towering home runs from the slugger out of the heart of its lineup, putting pressure on opposing pitchers.

4/24/2015 | One day you're hot, next day you run into the Yanks

Leave it to the Yankees, those killjoys in pinstripes, to be Interleague party poopers. They couldn't be satisfied with the merely scheduled engagement against the hottest team in the hemisphere. Nooo, they wanted more.

4/24/2015 | Back to full health, Teixeira's power resurgence continues

Mark Teixeira's gluten-free menu -- headlined by spinach smoothies, bison burgers and turkey bacon -- hasn't become a popular choice in the Yankees' clubhouse, though if he continues hitting for power, he just might gain a few converts along the way.

4/24/2015 | Tied White Sox-Royals game suspended due to rain

The White Sox-Royals game, played during a steady rain Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field, was suspended due to unplayable field conditions. The score was tied at two after eight innings, with White Sox closer David Robertson warming up and announced to enter the game in the ninth.

4/24/2015 | As win streak comes to an end, Mets focus on big picture

It's early. The Mets stressed that throughout their franchise record-tying 11-game winning streak, reminding themselves and others not to grow too brash. If they needed any additional reminder, Jacob deGrom's ERA provided it on Friday, bloating from 0.93 to 2.96 in a single game.

4/24/2015 | Undaunted Dorn finds way to Majors with D-backs

The long road for Danny Dorn from the First-Year Player Draft to the Major Leagues certainly wasn't paved with gold, but it wasn't as long as it has been for others.

4/24/2015 | Redmond deserves time to continue molding Marlins

Despite reports that Mike Redmond's job is in jeopardy, it still does not make sense this early in the season with evidence the team is on the rise in the last week.

4/24/2015 | Cruz missile: Seattle slugger drives 9th homer 459 feet

Nelson Cruz continued his home run barrage for the Mariners on Friday with a first-inning blast off Twins right-hander Phil Hughes, raising his Major League-leading long ball total to nine in his first 16 games.

4/24/2015 | Hamilton had quite the highlight reel with Rangers

With Josh Hamilton reportedly set to rejoin the Rangers, let's take a look back at some of the best moments from his five-year stint in Arlington, during which he won the 2010 American League MVP Award and helped the Rangers win two pennants.

4/24/2015 | How fast was Tex's 2nd homer? Statcast knows

As Statcast shows, Mark Teixeira added force to the pitch, sending his second home run ball shooting toward right field with an exit velocity of 106 mph.

4/24/2015 | Arenado flashes leather in victory over Giants

Third baseman Nolan Arenado helped pitcher Eddie Butler avoid a big inning in the fourth of Friday night's 6-4 win and showed why he has won a National League Gold Glove at his position in each of his first two seasons.

4/24/2015 | Molina day to day with right knee soreness

An inning after taking a foul tip square off his right knee guard, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina had to pull himself out of the team's series-opening game against Milwaukee Friday night.

4/24/2015 | Hamilton back to Rangers a welcome reunion

Theirs was a nearly perfect marriage for five seasons, and that surely is what this reunion is about. Josh Hamilton and the Texas Rangers may have needed one another more than they ever understood, and maybe this is about both of them attempting to recapture some of the old magic. So here's to second chances and happy endings.

4/24/2015 | Goldschmidt holds no grudge with Pirates

D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt saw his 2014 season end against the Pirates on Aug. 1 when reliever Ernesto Frieri hit him in the left hand with a pitch, fracturing it.

4/24/2015 | Scioscia says Hamilton's needs were met with Angels

Angels manager Mike Scioscia doesn't believe there was anything wrong with the clubhouse environment the Angels provided for Josh Hamilton the last two years.

4/24/2015 | Iwakuma placed on 15-day DL with strained lat muscle

Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma, one of the top starters in the American League the past three seasons, was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Friday with a strained lat muscle behind his right shoulder.

4/24/2015 | Abreu escapes injury scare on rundown

White Sox fans eventually were able to exhale during the third inning of Friday night's rain-suspended contest against the Royals at U.S. Cellular Field after Jose Abreu went down to the ground in pain following a rundown play involving Alcides Escobar.

4/24/2015 | Statcast delves into Lagares' amazing catch

Mets center fielder Juan Lagares had to battle windy conditions at Citi Field on Wednesday, but as Statcast shows, that didn't stop him from making a fine play to rob the Braves' Jace Peterson of an extra-base hit.

4/24/2015 | Moss leads Tribe's rout of Tigers with 7 RBIs

After he gave up one earned run and posted three wins in as many starts, the Cleveland Indians made it look easy beating Shane Greene. Brandon Moss homered twice as part of a seven-RBI outburst, sending Greene to his first loss and the Tigers to their fourth in a row as the Indians rolled to a 13-1 win Friday night at Comerica Park.

4/24/2015 | Ichiro ties Oh's Japanese runs scored record

Ichiro Suzuki tied Sadaharu Oh's record for most runs scored by a Japanese player during the fifth inning of Friday's win over the Nationals.

4/24/2015 | Royals downplay role of instigator in incidents

With three bench-clearing incidents so far this month -- including Thursday night's fracas with the White Sox -- the Royals are gaining a reputation around Major League Baseball as a feisty bunch looking for trouble. But the viewpoint inside the Royals' clubhouse is quite different.

4/24/2015 | Red Sox power past O's on Holt's go-ahead shot

Boston used a trio of homers, including an eighth-inning go-ahead three-run blast from Brock Holt, to hand Baltimore its fifth consecutive loss in Friday's 7-5 series-opening win at Camden Yards.

4/24/2015 | Trio of Giants stars make progress in rehab

Three key Giants are making progress in their rehabilitation from early injuries. Hunter Pence played some soft toss and swung off a tee in the indoor batting cage before the opening game of the Giants' three-game series in Colorado.

4/24/2015 | Gomez speeding, literally, toward return from DL

Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez is making major progress in his comeback from a right hamstring strain, said manager Ron Roenicke, who told reporters that Gomez ran the treadmill at Miller Park this week on its maximum speed.

4/24/2015 | White Sox's Sale went to KC clubhouse; trouble averted

White Sox left-hander Chris Sale went to the Royals' clubhouse Thursday night after the on-field fracas in the bottom of the seventh inning had been settled, but cooler heads prevailed before anything escalated.

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