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  1. Ike Davis to get second opinion, MRI exam on ankle injury

    May 30, 2011, 2:50 PM EDT

    New York Mets v Colorado Rockies

    Out since May 10 with a bone bruise in his left ankle, Ike Davis told Adam Rubin of ESPN New York that he’ll seek a second opinion from doctors back in New York and will likely undergo an MRI exam. Initially the Mets were hopeful that Davis could return when eligible to come off the…

  2. John Danks says Jose Bautista was “acting like a clown”

    May 30, 2011, 2:20 PM EDT

    John Danks

    Jose Bautista hit an infield popup in the fourth inning of yesterday’s White Sox-Blue Jays game and got mad at himself over it. The man pitching at the time was John Danks and he didn’t like the way Bautista handled himself.  They jawed at one another after Bautista slammed his bat down while running out…

  3. Nate Silver ranks baseball’s ballparks. Though he gets a little help.

    May 30, 2011, 1:07 PM EDT

    PNC Park

    Nate Silver tends to do in-depth poll-crunching, but yesterday — as a bit of palate-cleanser —  he just presented the results of Yelp.com polling and ranked the major league ballparks from best to worst, based on average ratings by Yelp users.  The result: PNC Park on top, Rogers Centre on the bottom and, for the…

  4. Matt Holliday back in Cardinals’ lineup after missing six games

    May 30, 2011, 12:40 PM EDT

    holliday batting

    After missing the past six games with a strained quadriceps muscle Matt Holliday is back in the Cardinals’ lineup for today’s game against Madison Bumgarner and the Giants. Holliday also missed seven games in early April after undergoing an emergency appendectomy, but has been fantastic when in the lineup, hitting .347 with six homers, 13…

  5. There was another fire at Dodger Stadium this morning

    May 30, 2011, 12:05 PM EDT

    Arizona Diamondbacks v Los Angeles Dodgers

    On Saturday night there was a small fire in a storage room at Dodger Stadium that caused smoke to be visible from the stands and required that a bunch of fans be moved from the upper decks along the first base line to other seats.  Now it’s being reported that there was a second fire…

  6. Rays apologize for Avril Lavigne’s dirty mouth

    May 30, 2011, 11:25 AM EDT

    avril-lavigne-rays

    Avril Lavigne fan club president Kevin Kaduk passes along word that the Rays had to apologize to fans who attended her concert at Tropicana Field following Saturday’s game against the Indians because Lavigne used language “not consistent with the family-friendly atmosphere that Tropicana Field is known for.” Now, personally I’d rather hear swear words than…

  7. Umpire Wally Bell a no-show for yesterday’s Mets-Phillies game

    May 30, 2011, 11:00 AM EDT

    Baltimore Orioles v Kansas City Royals

    It’s not terribly uncommon for a game to be called by three umpires if one of the crew takes ill or gets injured or something.  But yesterday’s Mets-Phillies game was worked by a three-man crew because one of them — Wally Bell — didn’t show for the game. Though one has to assume that it…

  8. Scott Kazmir has a 36.00 ERA at Triple-A after second straight terrible rehab start

    May 30, 2011, 10:15 AM EDT

    Scott Kazmir

    Scott Kazmir‘s first rehab start at Triple-A last week was a mess, as he allowed six runs and failed to make it out of the second inning, but his second outing last night remarkably was even worse. He made it through the first two innings unscathed, but then coughed up 10 runs in the third…

  9. Remembering the less-famous ballplayers who served

    May 30, 2011, 9:52 AM EDT

    Arlington cemetery

    Happy Memorial Day everyone. Hope you have a nice day off and, as you’re having that day off, hope you take the time to think about why you’re getting it. From a baseball perspective, we’ll no doubt hear and read stories today about the major leaguers who served in the military.  A good place to…

  10. Ozzie Guillen traffics in metaphor, is predictably misunderstood

    May 30, 2011, 8:22 AM EDT

    Chicago White Sox v Cleveland Indians

    Ozzie Guillen was apparently not in a very good mood in the wake of Saturday’s ugly extra innings loss, because yesterday morning he went off.  Most of the comments were about his coaches, how managers approach their job differently than players and fans do and about how much he cares about the White Sox, even…

  11. And That Happened: Sunday’s scores and highlights

    May 30, 2011, 5:30 AM EDT

    Florida Marlins v Los Angeles Dodgers

    Yes, it’s Memorial Day. But it’s also Monday, and that still happened.

  12. Gary Carter’s brain tumors likely inoperable

    May 29, 2011, 9:12 PM EDT

    Gary Carter

    While the official results won’t be known until Tuesday, doctors are “99 percent sure” Gary Carter has Grade 4 Glioblastoma and his brain tumors are inoperable, the New York Post reports. An MRI on May 21 showed that Carter had four small brain tumors, and a biopsy performed on one last week had doctors saying…

  13. Padres acquire infielder Steven Tolleson from Athletics

    May 29, 2011, 8:42 PM EDT

    steven tolleson

    With the Scott Sizemore acquisition giving the A’s more infielders than they can play at Triple-A Sacramento, Oakland sent Steve Tolleson to the Padres today for a player to be named. Tolleson went unclaimed on waivers this spring despite a nice track record.  The 27-year-old was hitting .274/.388/.394 with five homers and eight steals for Sacramento…

  14. Clayton Kershaw fans 10 Marlins in second career shutout

    May 29, 2011, 7:33 PM EDT

    Clayton Kershaw versus Marlins

    Clayton Kershaw pitched a two-hitter and struck out 10 Sunday in the Dodgers’ 8-0 defeat of the Marlins. It was his second career shutout and complete game, the other coming last Sept. 14 against the Giants. Manager Don Mattingly decided it was fine to let Kershaw throw 116 pitches even though the game wasn’t in doubt.  The…

  15. Orioles demote two-fifths of rotation in Brad Bergesen, Chris Tillman

    May 29, 2011, 7:15 PM EDT

    Chris Tillman

    With Brian Matusz coming back Wednesday and a few off days coming up, the Orioles shipped out both Brad Bergesen and Chris Tillman on Sunday and will go with a four-man rotation for now. Bergesen, who had the highest ERA of the Orioles’ five starters this year, was the obvious choice to go to make…

  16. Rangers defeat Royals after no collision at home plate

    May 29, 2011, 6:32 PM EDT

    Mike Napoli slide

    Seriously, that’s why they won. In a 6-6 game in the ninth, Mike Napoli tried to score all of the way from first on an Elvis Andrus single to right.  The relay from Mitch Maier to Eric Hosmer to Brayan Pena got to the plate in plenty of time. In fact, there was so much…

  17. Buster Posey ruled out for season after ankle surgery

    May 29, 2011, 6:08 PM EDT

    Buster Posey injured

    Buster Posey has two screws inserted into his ankle in surgery Sunday and was officially ruled out for the season, Giants trainer Dave Groeschner said. Posey also had three torn ligaments in his left ankle repaired by Giants physicians. He is slated to have a second surgery in 8-10 weeks to remove the hardware from his…

  18. Ryan Doumit leaves Pirates’ game after collision at home plate

    May 29, 2011, 5:55 PM EDT

    Ryan Doumit injury

    7:40 p.m. EDT: The Pirates are calling the injury a sprained left ankle.  No timetable was given for his return. /// The Pirates’ Ryan Doumit, who might be one of the candidates to step into Buster Posey‘s shoes in San Francisco, left Sunday’s game against the Cubs with an apparent knee injury following a collision with…

  19. Yovani Gallardo handcuffs Giants in Brewers’ 6-0 victory

    May 29, 2011, 5:42 PM EDT

    Yovani Gallardo

    Yovani Gallardo tossed eight scoreless innings to become baseball’s fourth seven-game winner as the Brewers beat the Giants 6-0 on Sunday. Gallardo, who opened the season with a 6.10 ERA in seven starts, joined Jon Lester, Kevin Correia and Cole Hamels at seven victories.  He’s 5-0 with a 1.29 ERA in his last five outings. With…

  20. Evan Longoria a success in leadoff spot as Rays shut out Indians

    May 29, 2011, 5:25 PM EDT

    Evan Longoria

    Seeking to pull his third baseman out of a slump, manager Joe Maddon shifted Evan Longoria to the leadoff spot in the order Saturday.  He went 2-for-4 with a homer and a walk his first game there and then went 2-for-3 with a double and two walks Sunday in a 7-0 win over the Indians.…

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