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Written by The GNUru   
Apr 01, 2007 at 09:42 AM
  • ChiSox get revenge, finish sweep of Cubs (AP)

    Chicago Cubs' Kosuke Fukudome, of Japan, walks off the field after striking out to end the seventh inning of a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox in Chicago, Sunday, June 29, 2008. The White Sox won 5-1.

    A trip across town made all the difference for the White Sox. Swept by the Cubs a week ago at Wrigley Field, they were the ones doing the sweeping in their home park on the South Side of town. They finished off the three-victory run at U.S. Cellular Field on Sunday night, beating the Cubs 5-1 with homers from Carlos Quentin, Brian Anderson and Jim Thome backing solid pitching from Mark Buehrle.

  • Angels' Lackey beats Dodgers 1-0 (AP)

    Los Angeles Angels pitcher John Lackey, right, and catcher Mike Napoli wait for the relief pitcher in the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Dodgers Sunday, June 29, 2008, in Los Angeles. The Angels won 1-0.

    The Angels got another outstanding pitching performance, and this time they even won. John Lackey held the Dodgers to three hits for 8 2-3 innings, then Francisco Rodriguez finished off a nervous ninth Sunday afternoon to give the Angels a 1-0 victory. The previous night, Jered Weaver and Jose Arredondo held the Dodgers without a hit, but the Dodgers' unearned run was enough to give them a 1-0...

  • Twins back to winning, beat Brewers 5-0 (AP)

    Minnesota Twins' Carlos Gomez (22) is congratulated by Brian Buscher (32) after Gomez hit an RBI triple that scored Buscher against the Milwaukee Brewers in the fifth inning of a baseball game on Sunday, June 29, 2008 in Minneapolis. Twins won 4-0.

    No more National League foes remain on the schedule for Kevin Slowey and the Minnesota Twins to master, unless they're able to reach the World Series. Half the season still remains, so Minnesota must prove for three more months its place as a legitimate playoff contender. If the Twins can capture the successful spirit of these last two weeks, though, they'll be right there at the end.

  • Blue Jays' Burnett defeats Braves 1-0 (AP)

    Toronto Blue Jays' A.J.Burnett congratulates short stop John McDonald on a double play to end the fourth inning against the Atlanta Braves in interleague baseball action in Toronto, Sunday June 29, 2008. Burnett struck out a season high 11 batters over seven shutout innings to lead the Blue Jays to a 1-0 win over the Atlanta Braves.

    With his curveball diving and his fastball topping out at 96 miles per hour, A.J. Burnett made life easy on catcher Rod Barajas, and rough on the undermanned Atlanta Braves. Burnett pitched seven shutout innings, Alex Rios drove in the only run of the game and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Braves 1-0 on Sunday.

  • Loretta lifts Astros past Red Sox 3-2 (AP)

    Houston Astros' Miguel Tejada scores the go ahead run on a single by Mark Loretta in the eighth inning against the Red Sox as Astros' Humberto Quintero looks on during a baseball game Sunday, June 29, 2008, in Houston.

    Mark Loretta has gone from All-Star to nemesis for the Boston Red Sox. Loretta had a pinch-hit, RBI single in the eighth inning off Hideki Okajima on Sunday to lift the Houston Astros to a 3-2 win over the Red Sox. An All-Star second baseman for Boston in 2006, Loretta signed with Houston as a free agent in January 2007.

  • Tigers complete 3-game sweep of Rockies (AP)

    Detroit Tigers' Marcus Thames, left, smiles at Edgar Renteria after they both scored on a triple by Dane Sardinha in the sixth inning of an interleague baseball game against the Colorado Rockies Sunday, June 29, 2008 in Detroit. The Tigers beat the Rockies, 4-3.

    Dane Sardinha felt like a goat after grounding into a rally-killing double play. That made it all the better when his first major league hit made him a hero. Sardinha hit a two-run triple to rally the Tigers to a 4-3 win over the woeful Colorado Rockies on Sunday, giving Detroit a three-game sweep and a winning record for the first time this season.

  • Perez pitches Mets past Yankees 3-1 (AP)

    New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez tosses his bat after striking out in the fourth inning of the Yankees 3-1 loss to the New York Mets in a interleague baseball game at Shea Stadium in New York, Sunday, June 29, 2008. Mets catcher Brian Schneider is shown at right.

    Oliver Perez always manages to drive the New York Mets mad with his pattern -- good start, bad start, something in-between. Except when he faces the New York Yankees. Perez pitched another gem against them Sunday, Carlos Delgado homered again and the Mets won this year's Subway Series, beating the Yankees 3-1.

  • Marlins rally in 9th, top Arizona 4-3 (AP)

    Florida Marlins' Hanley Ramirez of the Dominican Republic, right, is congratulated by third base coach Bo Porter after Ramirez hit a one-out, solo home run during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks Sunday, June 29, 2008 at Dolphin Stadium in Miami. Ramirez' run tied the game 3-3 before a Jorge Cantu single to score Jeremy Hermida for the 4-3 win over the Diamondbacks.

    If the Florida Marlins could play everyone like they do the Arizona Diamondbacks, they might find themselves atop the NL East. Jorge Cantu hit a game-ending RBI single, Hanley Ramirez hit a tying home run and the Marlins came back to beat the Diamondbacks 4-3 on Sunday. Ramirez's 18th home run of the season made it 3-all in the ninth.

  • Ichiro 5-for-5 as M's rip Peavy to win (AP)

    San Diego Padres manager Buddy Black walks out of the dugout behind his players after the Padres 9-2 loss to the Seattle Mariners in their baseball game, Sunday, June 29, 2008 in San Diego. The Padres have lost eight straight games.

    With Ichiro Suzuki matching his career-high with a 5-for-5 day, the lowly Seattle Mariners appear to be showing signs of hope. Of course, it helped that they were facing the nearly-as-woeful San Diego Padres this weekend in a matchup of the two worst teams in the big leagues. While Suzuki put on a hitting clinic with his five singles, Adrian Beltre and Jeff Clement homered and the Mariners beat...

  • LaRue's 4 RBIs lift Cards by Royals 9-6 (AP)

    St. Louis Cardinals' Adam Kennedy (7) is tagged out by Kansas City Royals second baseman Mark Grudzielanek as he tries to steal second in the the ninth inning of a baseball game Sunday, June 29, 2008, in Kansas City, Mo. The Cardinals won 9-6.

    The sun, the wind, and Jason LaRue's stocky body proved too much for Kansas City to overcome. The backup catcher started his day by holding onto the ball in the first inning when David DeJesus came crashing into him trying to score. DeJesus, leading the majors with a .463 average with runners in scoring position, had to leave the game.

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GNUru Baseball News (ROTOWIRE)
Written by The GNUru   
Mar 31, 2007 at 09:20 PM
  • Brett Myers: Turn Could be Skipped

    Brett Myers: GM Pat Gillick, pitching coach Rich Dubee and manager Charlie Manuel have all hinted that Myers might have his spot in the rotation skipped this week, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. And according to the AP, the Phillies are considering moving Myers back to the bullpen. I want to make sure we do what's right for our team and Brett," Manuel said. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

  • Josh Bard: Making Progress

    Josh Bard: Bard (ankle) will begin hitting Monday, but manager Bud Black doesn't expect him to return before the All-Star break, the Padres' official site reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

  • Aramis Ramirez: Will Miss NextThree Games

    Aramis Ramirez: Ramirez will miss the next three games to tend to family matters back home in the Dominican Republic, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

  • Ichiro Suzuki: Five Hits on Sunday

    Ichiro Suzuki: Suzuki went 5-for-5 Sunday for his seventh five-hit game of his career. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

  • Clete Thomas: Expected to Fill in for Ordonez

    Clete Thomas: Thomas likely will get most of the starting time in right field while Magglio Ordonez is on the disabled list according to MLive.com. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

  • Dustin Pedroia: Batting Average Climbs Over .300

    Dustin Pedroia: Pedroia went 2-for-5 with a homer and a stolen base Sunday in Boston's loss to Houston. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.

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