8/18/2012 | Mass autograph signing connects Astros with fans
A blend of current players and past fan favorites scattered about Houston on Saturday in a mass autograph signing that took them to many corners of the city.
8/18/2012 | Castrovince: Clemente's story tale of civil rights in US
If we're going to discuss the 2012 Civil Rights Game, played between the Braves and Dodgers on Saturday night at Turner Field, we might as well start with Roberto Clemente.
8/18/2012 | Dodgers take Civil Rights Game on four HRs
Hanley Ramirez homered twice, including the front end of back-to-back-to-back jacks, as the Dodgers, last in the Major Leagues in home runs, blasted four in a 6-2 win over the Braves in Saturday night's Civil Rights Game.
8/18/2012 | Nine-run fifth propels D-backs past Astros
The D-backs plated nine in the fifth to gain some breathing room against the Astros and cruise to their third straight victory, 12-4, on Saturday.
8/18/2012 | Niese takes duel with help of Ike's homer in DC
For six innings, Jon Niese and Edwin Jackson were locked in a pitchers' duel on the Nationals Park mound. But after Ike Davis' two-run homer in the seventh inning, the Mets had all the offense they needed in a 2-0 win over the Nationals on Saturday night.
8/18/2012 | Selig: Chipper has place with game's greats
Commissioner Bud Selig said on Saturday that Braves third baseman Chipper Jones has become synonymous with the franchise.
8/18/2012 | O's top Tigers behind Britton's scoreless start
Zach Britton hurled seven scoreless innings and Chris Davis hit a three-run homer as the Orioles beat the Tigers, 3-2, on Saturday night at Comerica Park.
8/18/2012 | Hamels fans 10, wins 14th as Phils edge Brewers
Phillies lefty Cole Hamels took another step in the right direction in Saturday's 4-3 victory over the Brewers at Miller Park. He allowed eight hits, three runs, one walk and struck out 10 in 7 2/3 innings to improve to 14-6 with a 2.94 ERA.
8/18/2012 | Simply grand: Youk connects on 1,000th career hit
Third baseman Kevin Youkilis did most of his offensive work with the Red Sox, but his 1,000th career hit came with the White Sox.
8/18/2012 | Maddon, Molina honored as part of 2002 Angels
Joe Maddon and Jose Molina were recognized prior to Saturday night's game against the Angels, as both were part of the 2002 world champion Angels. A celebration of that club took place Saturday night.
8/18/2012 | Twins to assess Blackburn's future
Right-hander Nick Blackburn has continued to struggle this season, and the Twins are going to explore their options with the sinkerballer moving forward.
8/18/2012 | Span, Revere getting closer to returning
Twins outfielders Denard Span and Ben Revere were held out of the lineup again on Saturday against the Mariners because of injuries, but Revere could return as early as Sunday.
8/18/2012 | Berrios off to impressive start in Minors
Twins prospect J.O. Berrios, the No. 32 overall pick in this year's First-Year Player Draft, has been impressive so far in the Minors since signing on June 15.
8/18/2012 | Stanton sets record with another Coors blast
Giancarlo Stanton set a Major League record on the first swing of his first at-bat Saturday when he hit a three-run home run that cleared the left-field stands at Coors Field and landed on the concourse. He became the first big leaguer to hit a home run in his first six games in one ballpark.
8/18/2012 | Ozzie introduces himself at SABR luncheon
Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen was a guest Saturday at a lunch meeting of Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR), which was held at a restaurant close to Coors Field.
8/18/2012 | Cishek's straightforward approach paying dividends
Marlins closer Steve Cishek has been particularly sharp lately, converting his past seven save opportunities and allowing just one run in his past 20 appearances entering Saturday. He takes a simple approach to his job.
8/18/2012 | Gutierrez begins rehab assignment at Triple-A
A frustrating season of injuries for Franklin Gutierrez is hopefully taking a step in the right direction, as the outfielder started a rehab assignment with Triple-A Tacoma on Saturday.
8/18/2012 | Perfect game a perfect storm for Mariners
Josh Kinney can call himself a World Champion after pitching for the St. Louis Cardinals in 2006. The Mariners reliever calls that postseason run a "ride of a lifetime." Thanks to Felix Hernandez's perfect game on Wednesday, that feeling is coming back.
8/18/2012 | '95 hero Wolcott throws out first pitch
In conjunction with the Mariners' year-long celebration of the club's 35th anniversary, former pitcher Bob Wolcott threw out the ceremonial first pitch on Saturday.
8/18/2012 | Upton putting together a powerful August
B.J. Upton of the Rays has hit six home runs in August, which has him tied for the American League lead for the month.
8/18/2012 | Howell adds Rays record to recovery from surgery
J.P. Howell broke James Shields' Rays record of 23 consecutive scoreless innings when he blanked the Angels in the ninth inning of Friday night's game.
8/18/2012 | Are Price's numbers adding up to Cy Young?
The Rays' David Price is tied for the MLB lead in wins and leads the AL in ERA, numbers that historically have added up to a Cy Young Award.
8/18/2012 | Angels honor 2002 team on 10-year of Series win
The Angels honored and celebrated their 2002 World Series championship team on Saturday night, with more than two dozen players on hand to be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame.
8/18/2012 | As races heat up, Dodgers, Braves eye series win
Dodgers righty Chad Billingsley and Braves lefty Mike Minor, who square off in Sunday's finale, have been rounding into form as their clubs' hunts for a division title heat up.
8/18/2012 | Kennedy, Galarraga aim to rein in long ball in finale
The D-backs will send Ian Kennedy to the mound against Armando Galarraga in Sunday's series finale at Minute Maid Park.
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