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Marlins get Jennings' first win the hard way

Miami took 13 innings to beat Baltimore 1-0 and get new manager Dan Jennings off the schneid, but with an injury-depleted rotation, there are bigger Fish to fry.

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Strasburg's struggles (1:29)

6hChristina Kahrl

Saturday's power rankings

Anthony Rizzo's power display for the Cubs against the Diamondbacks headlines Saturday's rundown of top performers on big-league diamonds.

Astros turn their first triple play since 2004 (0:17)

Web Gems: Saturday, May 23

Does Joey Votto's underhanded throw to start a DP have a shot at unseating the reigning Web Gem: Alex Gordon's diving catch in the stands?

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Brett Gardner has the last word: 'Embarrassing'

CC Sabathia lasted just 2 1/3 innings against the Rangers on Saturday, allowing six runs on seven hits in the New York Yankees' 15-4 loss.

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Bolsinger shuts down Padres (0:37)

Reds manager Price ejected before the game started (0:09)
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Baseball is dying ... again

A Wall Street Journal report shows that participation in youth baseball appears to be in heavy decline.


Baltimore pitcher gets an early exit

Orioles pitcher Brian Matusz was tossed for the use of a foreign substance in the 12th inning, and the Marlins responded with a walk-off 1-0 win in the 13th.


Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Bartolo Colon turns 42 today. ... Jae Weong Seo is 38. ... Jerry Dipoto is 47. ... Justin Hampson is 35.

Jim Caple @jimcaple

Both American women playing the first day @ French Open lose: Lauren Davis to Mirjana Lucic-Baroni and Louisa Chirico to Ekaterina Makarova.

Jim Caple @jimcaple

There are 23 U.S. players at the French Open but only 3 playing the opening day today. There are more Croatians (4) playing today.

Jim Caple @jimcaple

Simona Halep returns to Court Philippe Chatrier after losing there in 2014 French Open final and beats Evgeniya Rodina 7-5, 6-4.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Union sounded off over Bryant situation;when will it loudly address the antiquated foreign-substance rule that affects so many more players?