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8/1/2015 | Mexico bests USA Southeast in Cal Ripken World Series

Team Mexico, which cruised through the first six games of the 2015 Cal Ripken World Series, jumped out to an early lead over USA's Team Southeast and never looked back, winning 5-3 and earning claim to the world champion's trophy.


8/1/2015 | Suzuki's walk-off awakens bats from slumber

The Twins showed their resiliency against Mariners closer Carson Smith, scoring twice with two outs in the ninth, including a walk-off RBI single from Kurt Suzuki in a much-needed 3-2 win in front of a frenzied crowd at Target Field.


8/1/2015 | Pence sparks Giants' comeback win vs. Texas

Giants right fielder Hunter Pence tied the game with an RBI single in the eighth and then hit a go-ahead home run in the 11th, providing the force behind a 9-7 Giants win over the Rangers on Saturday.


8/1/2015 | Avi sails! Garcia robs another homer

While Avisail Garcia's defense hasn't been letter perfect, he has helped the White Sox with some big plays in right field. One of those came during Saturday night's 8-2 victory over the Yankees, a score that might not have been so one-sided without him.


8/1/2015 | On the double: Parra impresses in O's debut

On Saturday night, Gerardo Parra -- Baltimore's new outfielder obtained from Milwaukee near the Trade Deadline -- started his first career game in the American League and had a memorable debut as part of the O's 6-2 win over Detroit.


8/1/2015 | X-rays negative on Simmons' right thumb

Andrelton Simmons's right hand was partially wrapped as he made his way back toward the visitor's clubhouse after undergoing the X-ray exam that revealed no fracture to his right thumb.


8/1/2015 | White Sox get back on track against Yankees

Melky Cabrera and Alexei Ramirez both homered and John Danks tied a season high with eight strikeouts as the White Sox defeated the Yankees, 8-2, on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field.


8/1/2015 | Mariners stack could deliver vs. Twins

These players could provide difference-making stats for DraftKings participants on Sunday.


8/1/2015 | Mets cut gap to just 1 game: Duda, Duda

A billboard greeted fans coming off the Grand Central Parkway on Saturday, trumpeting Yoenis Cespedes' arrival in Queens. But it was an old face, Lucas Duda, who almost single-handedly lifted the Mets to a come-from-behind 3-2 win over the Nationals, moving New York within a game of first place in the National League East.


8/1/2015 | Rizzo continues to torment Brewers

Anthony Rizzo belted his fourth homer in as many games, a three-run shot in the third, and rookie Kyle Schwarber added a solo home run to power the Cubs to a 4-2 victory Saturday night over the Brewers for their fourth straight win.


8/1/2015 | Gausman slows Tigers as O's do the driving

The Orioles got a strong outing from right-hander Kevin Gausman and used home runs from Caleb Joseph and Manny Machado to record a 6-2 win over the Tigers in front of a soldout crowd at Camden Yards on Saturday night.


8/1/2015 | Padres finish off Fish after Despaigne's start

Odrisamer Despaigne allowed three runs in six-plus innings and closer Craig Kimbrel earned his 31st save as the Padres edged the Marlins, 5-3, on Saturday at Marlins Park.


8/1/2015 | Lucchino set to step down as Red Sox CEO

Larry Lucchino's impactful run as president/CEO of the Red Sox will come to an end following the 2015 season, according to a source. The club has not confirmed the news.


8/1/2015 | Flores' memorable HR caps whirlwind 3 days

In the few private moments provided during Wilmer Flores' very public week, the infielder and trending topic tried to disappear. Tough to do with your face -- swelled with tears, pinched in pain and now already memed to death -- penciled into every sports show A block from Corona, N.Y., to California, just for falling beneath the weight of the world.


8/1/2015 | J.D. Martinez fouls ball off knee, day to day

Tigers right fielder J.D. Martinez left Saturday's game against the Orioles after fouling a second-inning pitch off his left knee.


8/1/2015 | Hamilton reaches milestone 50th stolen base

Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton claimed his 50th and 51st stolen bases of the season in the third inning of Saturday's 4-3 victory over the Pirates at Great American Ball Park.


8/1/2015 | De La Rosa pitches Rockies past Cardinals

A Cardinals team that exploded for 28 hits and 15 runs in the first two games of the series struggled on Saturday against Jorge De La Rosa, who threw 6 2/3 innings and lifted the free-swinging Rockies to a 6-2 win on Saturday night.


8/1/2015 | Key things to watch for in today's games

Here are a few matchups and games to look forward to on Sunday.


8/1/2015 | Kershaw's scoreless streak hits 37 innings

Scratched from starts Wednesday and Friday nights with a sore right hip, Clayton Kershaw finally took the mound Saturday and was his usual, dominating self. He allowed two hits in a 3-1 win over the Angels and added eight scoreless innings to a streak that is now 37 and counting.


8/1/2015 | Ryan's 3 hits help him laugh off 'comical' K

Brendan Ryan had to laugh. For all of the progress he's made at the plate, and there has been enough to suggest that he may have more to offer than just a good glove, now he had to hear it from his own bench after striking out against a position player.


8/1/2015 | Cespedes arrives in NY for first game with Mets

Halfway through his second round of batting practice with the Mets, Yoenis Cespedes launched a home run several rows deep into the left-center-field seats -- a place where Major League Baseball players don't typically hit baseballs. Instantly, he validated the hopes of manager Terry Collins, who was sitting in the dugout at the time, laughing and joking in a grand old mood. And that was before Cespedes drew an intentional walk in the game itself, adding fuel to the Mets' go-ahead rally in a 3-2 win over the Nationals on Saturday.


8/1/2015 | Big bro's tweet says Thompson will join White Sox

Based on a tweet from NBA star Klay Thompson on Saturday, a tweet that since has been deleted, the White Sox might be adding a position player soon -- his brother Trayce, Chicago's No. 15 prospect.


8/1/2015 | Haren to make Cubs debut Wednesday

New Cubs pitcher Dan Haren posted on Twitter that he had landed in Milwaukee, and the right-hander will make his first start on Wednesday in the series finale against the Pirates.


8/1/2015 | Kershaw silences Trout in 'extraordinary' matchup

Mike Trout engaging Clayton Kershaw marked the first time in history the reigning Most Valuable Player Award winners in each league squared off in a regular season game.


8/1/2015 | Rays to option Moore to Triple-A Durham

Matt Moore has struggled to get out of the fifth inning since returning from Tommy John surgery. On Saturday, the Rays starter could not reach the fourth during an 11-7 loss against the Red Sox. Shortly after everybody cleared out of Fenway Park, the Rays announced that the southpaw would be optioned to Triple-A Durham on Monday.




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