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Apr 01, 2007 at 09:42 AM
  • Brewers reach first postseason since '82 (AP)

    The Milwaukee Brewers celebrate as they watch the broadcast on the scoreboard of the New York Mets-Florida Marlins game, after beating the Chicago Cubs 3-1 in a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008, in Milwaukee. The Brewers clinched the National League wild card after the Mets lost to the Marlins.

    Thanks to CC Sabathia and Ryan Braun, it suddenly didn't matter that the Milwaukee Brewers spent much of the past month squandering a shot at their first playoff appearance since 1982. Sabathia delivered a dominant four-hit complete game in his third straight start on three days' rest, and Braun hit a tiebreaking homer in the eighth inning to lead the Brewers over the Chicago Cubs 3-1 Sunday.

  • White Sox stay alive, host Tigers Monday (AP)

    Chicago White Sox fans stand in support during the seventh inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians in Chicago, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008. The White Sox won 5-1, keeping their American League Central title hopes alive.

    Mark Buehrle gave the White Sox the veteran performance they needed on short rest. Now it's up to a youngster to keep their season going against a familiar foe. Buehrle pitched seven strong innings and, backed by four double plays, beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 on Sunday to keep Chicago in the race for the AL Central.

  • Mets complete another September collapse (AP)

    Fans react after the final out in the New York Mets' 4-2 loss to the Florida Marlins in a baseball game at Shea Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008, in New York. It was the final game of the season for the Mets. The team is scheduled to move to a new stadium next season.

    Mets Collapse, the sequel. Doomed by a dreadful bullpen that failed them again Sunday, the New York Mets completed their second consecutive September slide with a 4-2 loss to Florida that knocked them out of playoff contention in the final game at Shea Stadium. Scott Schoeneweis and Luis Ayala served up back-to-back homers in the eighth inning that put the pesky Marlins ahead, and New York (89-73)...

  • Twins win, await White Sox result Monday (AP)

    Minnesota Twins fans give an ovation after the Twins' 6-0 win over Kansas City Royals in a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008, in Minneapolis. The Twins clinched at least a tie with the Chicago White Sox in the American League Central.

    The playoff party plans in Minnesota are still on hold. In a fitting conclusion to this slow-moving AL Central race, the Twins won their final scheduled game of the regular season and stayed in first place -- but were forced to cheer against the Chicago White Sox for another day. "It's kind of an ongoing joke that it seems like nobody wanted to win the Central, so this is kind of probably the way...

  • Chipper wins NL batting title, hits .364 (AP)

    Chipper Jones walked in his only at-bat against Houston on Sunday and earned his first National League batting title, edging St. Louis' Albert Pujols. Jones finished with a career-high .364 average; Pujols went 1-for-2 on Sunday to finish at .357. Jones' average was the highest for an NL batting champ since Barry Bonds won with a .370 average in 2002.

  • Red Sox push Beckett's start to Game 3 (AP)

    Josh Beckett's first start in the AL first-round playoff series against the Los Angeles Angels was pushed back to Game 3 after the Boston Red Sox ace injured his side throwing a bullpen session. Jon Lester will pitch the opener for the Boston Red Sox at the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night, followed by Daisuke Matsuzaka on Friday night, manager Terry Francona said.

  • Mussina finally achieves 20-win season (AP)

    New York Yankees players watch from the dugout in the 10th inning against the Boston Red Sox during the second game of a baseball doubleheader at Fenway Park in Boston, Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008. The Red Sox won 4-3.

    Mike Mussina wrapped up a postgame television interview on the field then returned to the New York Yankees clubhouse. In a season with little to celebrate, his teammates gave him a rousing welcome -- one he had waited his entire 18-year career to receive. Mussina had just become the oldest pitcher to win 20 games in a season for the first time as the Yankees beat the Boston Red Sox 6-2 Sunday in...

  • Hamels to start NLDS Game 1 for Phillies (AP)

    Phillies ace Cole Hamels will pitch Game 1 of the division series when the NL East champions open Wednesday at home against the Los Angeles Dodgers or Milwaukee Brewers. Hamels went 14-10 with a 3.09 ERA this season and struck out 196 batters in 221 1-3 innings. Manager Charlie Manuel said he was undecided about his Game 2 starter and might wait until Monday to name one.

  • Angels post club-record 100th win (AP)

    The scoreboard lights up after the Los Angeles Angels' 7-0 victory over the Texas Rangers in a Major League Baseball game for their 100th victory of the season on Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008, in Anaheim, Calif.

    Clinching the AL West title 2 1/2 weeks ago gave the Los Angeles Angels plenty of time to add some eye-popping numbers to their season statistics. As in 21 (their margin over second-place Texas) and 100 (club-record victories). Joe Saunders struck out a career-high nine in six sharp innings and Mike Napoli homered Sunday in a 7-0 win against the Rangers to end the regular season.

  • Big Unit throws 2-hitter for 295th win (AP)

    Colorado Rockies' Luis Vizcaino, of the Dominican Republic, pauses before throwing his last pitch for a bases-loaded walk to Arizona Diamondbacks' Chris Young in the ninth inning of a baseball game Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008, in Phoenix. The Diamondbacks defeated the Rockies 2-1.

    Randy Johnson knew this might be his final appearance with the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Big Unit gave fans in the desert something to remember, throwing a two-hitter to lead Arizona to a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday for his 295th career win. "The fans here have always been very supportive of me, and I appreciate that," said the 45-year-old Johnson, a five-time Cy Young Award...


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