5/4/2015 | Buxton, Correa deliver walk-off winners
Top prospects Byron Buxton and Carlos Correa came through for Chattanooga and Corpus Christi, respectively, with dramatic hits in the ninth inning to lift their teams to victory Monday night.
5/4/2015 | Brewers provide storybook ending for Counsell
It didn't matter that Craig Counsell had to face Clayton Kershaw in his first game as a manager, he thought it could end up being a good story. He was right, as the Brewers rallied for a 4-3 win over the Dodgers on Monday night.
5/4/2015 | Tough eighth inning leaves Kershaw frustrated
Clayton Kershaw insists he feels fine, even after squandering a 3-0 lead against the Brewers in Monday's 4-3 loss.
5/4/2015 | Odorizzi's quality start big part of Rays' win
Successfully navigating troubled situations is the mark of any top-tier starting pitcher. Given that criteria, Jake Odorizzi's quality start in the Rays' 5-1 win over the Red Sox was choice. The Rays' right-hander allowed one run on seven hits while striking out six in seven innings to earn his third win of the season.
5/4/2015 | Schafer dazzles with outstanding diving grab
Jordan Schafer knew as soon as he hit the ground that he had come up with a run-saving diving catch in shallow center field to end the eighth inning, but it wasn't quite as clear for first-base umpire Todd Tichenor.
5/4/2015 | Rain washes out Rockies' game vs. D-backs
The Rockies and D-backs sat through a 2-hour and 30-minute rain delay before postponing Monday night's opener of a three-game series. No makeup date has been determined.
5/4/2015 | Buxton smashes walk-off home run for Chattanooga
Byron Buxton extended his hitting streak to eight games in the most dramatic way possible. MLB's top prospect hit a walk-off homer to lead Double-A Chattanooga to a 2-0 win.
5/4/2015 | Rangers snap Astros' 10-game winning streak
Robinson Chirinos scored Adrian Beltre on a sacrifice fly to center field in the ninth inning that broke a tie and sent the Rangers to a 2-1 win Monday night at Minute Maid Park, breaking the Astros' 10-game winning streak. It was their first loss of the season in any game in which they had the lead.
5/4/2015 | Whitley shows maturity in strong second start
Chase Whitley's seven scoreless innings weren't enough in the Yankees' 3-1 loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre on Monday, but the 25-year-old righty displayed a knack for getting out of trouble and left the club with an opportunity to win.
5/4/2015 | Terrific Dickey earns first victory without one K
R.A. Dickey was nearly flawless in the Blue Jays' series opener against the Yankees, and the bats came through for him in a three-run eighth to hand him his first win of the season on Monday night.
5/4/2015 | Martin day to day with left wrist sprain
Rangers center fielder Leonys Martin was in a lot of pain after Monday's 2-1 win against the Astros while tending to a sprained left wrist. There is a good chance he could at least miss the next couple of games against the Astros, but Martin is hopeful he can avoid the disabled list.
5/4/2015 | Altuve, Springer make eye-popping plays
Any good pitcher can use some stellar defense. Just ask Astros starter Dallas Keuchel, who benefited from a couple of terrific plays made behind him in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Rangers.
5/4/2015 | Denorfia headed to DL with hamstring strain
Cubs outfielder Chris Denorfia had to leave Monday's game against the Cardinals in St. Louis after aggravating his left hamstring while running the bases.
5/4/2015 | Brewers rally to win Counsell's debut
Ryan Braun hit a tie-breaking RBI infield single in the bottom of the eighth to cap a late rally and give the Brewers a 4-3 win over the Dodgers in Craig Counsell's managerial debut on Monday night.
5/4/2015 | Harang extends mastery of Braves in Phils' win
Aaron Harang extended his mastery of the Braves and benefited from the three first-inning runs the Phillies tallied against Alex Wood during Monday night's 5-2 win at Turner Field.
5/4/2015 | Jackson lands on DL with sprained ankle
Mariners center fielder Austin Jackson was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Monday after spraining his right ankle in Sunday's 7-6 loss to the Astros in Houston. The move opened a roster spot for veteran reliever Mark Lowe to be added in time for Seattle's series opener in Anaheim.
5/4/2015 | Keuchel, Altuve win monthly, weekly honors
The Astros' terrific start has led to some hardware for starting pitcher Dallas Keuchel and second baseman Jose Altuve, who were on Monday named the American League Pitcher of the Month and AL co-Player of the Week, respectively
5/4/2015 | Mattingly ejected for arguing Kershaw's balk
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly was ejected in the third inning Monday night for arguing with first-base umpire Paul Emmel after a balk call on Clayton Kershaw.
5/4/2015 | Yelich could rejoin Marlins during road trip
Don't be surprised if outfielder Christian Yelich joins the Marlins on their 10-game road trip. Out since April 20 with a lower back strain, Yelich is currently on a rehab assignment in Florida with Class A Advanced Jupiter.
5/4/2015 | Counsell may augment coaching staff
New Brewers manager Craig Counsell did not rule out changes in the current coaching staff, but plans to work closely with the more experienced members of his staff.
5/4/2015 | Kershaw makes behind-the-back snag
Clayton Kershaw did it again -- robbed a player of a hit with a behind-the-back grab. This time, Kershaw robbed former teammate Elian Herrera during Monday night's game in Milwaukee.
5/4/2015 | Guerrero a valuable, versatile player
Los Angeles Dodgers infielder/outfielder Alex Guerrero has had a bit of a roller-coaster ride with the Dodgers since defecting from Cuba as a free agent in 2013.
5/4/2015 | Rays' bats come alive, take opener vs. Red Sox
The Rays broke out quickly in Monday's opener of a three-game series at Fenway Park and never looked back, rolling to a 5-1 victory over the Red Sox.
5/4/2015 | Cardinals name 2015 Hall of Fame class
The Cardinals' Hall of Fame will grow by four this summer as the organization announced on Monday that pitcher Bob Forsch, catcher Ted Simmons, outfielder Curt Flood and longtime instructor George Kissell have been selected for induction on Aug. 15.
5/4/2015 | Rangers option Mendez, call up Patton
Rangers general manager Jon Daniels admitted the one thing he could have done better this offseason was put together a stronger bullpen. The Rangers were counting on a number of young arms to have an impact out of the bullpen, but that hasn't happened.
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