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Bad blood continues between Royals, A's

For a second straight game, tempers flared between the Royals and A's. Ned Yost was among five who were ejected in Kansas City's come-from-behind win.

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Orioles win, Big Papi tossed

Baltimore beat the Red Sox 8-3 and David Ortiz was ejected for arguing with the umpires.


Mets beat Marlins, lose d'Arnaud

New York became the first NL team with 10 wins after its 7-6 triumph over Miami. But starting C Travis d'Arnaud fractured his hand.


Royals ejections in win over A's

  • Manager Ned Yost
  • Pitching coach Dave Eiland
  • Bench coach Don Wakamatsu
  • SS Alcides Escobar
  • RP Kelvin Herrera

Royals win wild affair

Kansas City won the finale of a testy series with the Athletics. Kendrys Morales' game-winning, 2-run double propelled the Royals to the 4-2 victory. Box score


Strasburg baffles Phillies

Highlight: Nationals SP Stephen Strasburg bounced back after 2 poor outings to shut down Philadelphia in a 4-1 win today.


Cespedes drives in 6 runs

Highlight: Yoenis Cespedes contributed to a 9-1 Tigers win with 2 HRs and 6 RBIs. Detroit is now 10-2.


A-Rod pacing Yankees

Alex Rodriguez is showing no rust from his 211-game suspension. He contributed to the Yanks' 5-3 win today with a double, and a pair of walks and runs scored.


Royals-Athletics again tussling

This beef started Friday on a hard slide by A's 3B Brett Lawrie. Benches cleared on Saturday, then again in the 8th today after the Royals threw at Lawrie. K.C. coaches Ned Yost, Dave Eiland and Don Wakamatsu, and SS Alcides Escobar and RP Kelvin Herrera were ejected today.


Blue Jays drop Braves series

Toronto fell below .500 as Atlanta took today's game 5-2 and the series 2-1. Jonny Gomes was the thorn in the Jays' side, driving in 4 runs for the Braves. Box score


d'Arnaud, Blevins suffer fractures

Catcher Travis d'Arnaud (.317 average) fractured his right hand when he was hit by a pitch and Mets RP Jerry Blevins (5 IP, 0.00 ERA) fractured his left forearm in the team's win today.


Tigers, Mets first to 10 wins

Detroit and New York both won today and became the only teams with double-digit victories. The Tigers had more to smile about, as their victory did not come with injuries -- unlike the Mets'.


Strasburg brilliant in Nationals win

Washington SP Stephen Strasburg (7.1 IP, 1 R) mowed down the Phillies in a 4-1 Nats victory. Strasburg had allowed 11 runs in his previous 2 starts.


Mets win clouded by injuries

Matt Harvey went 6 strong in the 7-6 win over the Marlins, but RP Jerry Blevins (left forearm) and C Travis d'Arnaud (right hand) went down with fractures. New York became the first NL team with 10 wins.


Mercer takes pitch to ribs, exits

Pirates SS Jordy Mercer left today's game against the Brewers in the sixth inning due to pain in his rib cage area after he was hit by a pitch from Matt Garza on a bunt attempt.

Jerry Blevins fractures left forearm

The injury occurred today when Blevins, a lefty RP for the Mets, was hit with a line drive in a relief appearance. Blevins had not allowed a hit, walk or run in 5 IP this season.

Greene's earned run streak snapped

Tigers SP Shane Greene went the first 22 2/3 innings of the season without giving up an earned run. Greene finally relented in the 6th inning of today's White Sox game, which Detroit leads 9-1. Follow live