Yankees stay hot, rout Orioles 12-4
Aaron Judge slugged his league-leading 10th home run and scored four times as the New York Yankees continued their roll with a 12-4 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. Judge became the first American League player to reach double digits when he homered into the New York bullpen beyond the center field wall on a 1-and-0 pitch from Jayson Aquino. Before hitting fourth home run against the Orioles, Judge drew two walks and singled.Judge joined Ryan Zimmerman of Washington and Eric Thames of Milwaukee as the only players in the majors with 10 home runs this season.
© Caylor Arnold-USA TODAY Sports New York Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro (14) scores during the seventh inning against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
Into the night: Yankees beat Cubs 5 - 4 in 18 in majors' longest interleague game by innings . Chicago Cubs relief pitcher Wade Davis throws against the New York Yankees during the 10th inning of an interleague baseball game Sunday, May 7, 2017 in Chicago.
Let ' s play two : Yankees beat Cubs 5 - 4 in 18 innings . Before Hicks scampered home with the winning run, the biggest highlight of extra innings belonged to Schwarber. The Cubs ' slugging left fielder went into the stands in foul territory for an outstanding catch on Headley's foul popup in the 12th.
CHICAGO (AP) -- Starlin Castro drove in Aaron Hicks with a fielder's choice in the 18th inning, and the New York Yankees beat the Chicago Cubs 5-4 early Monday morning in the majors' longest interleague game ever by innings.
BOX SCORE: YANKEES 5, CUBS 4 (18)
The teams combined for a major league-record 48 strikeouts in baseball's longest game of the season by innings, wrapping up in a tidy 6 hours, 5 minutes.
Hicks struck out four times, but he came up with a huge play in the final inning. He led off with a bunt single against Pedro Strop (0-2) and advanced to second when catcher Willson Contreras threw it into right field for an error.
Watch: Aaron Judge moonshot destroys Yankees TV in outfield terrace
Aaron Judge is raking right now and his batting practice sessions have become must-watch TV for Yankee fans. The 25-year-old star launched a baseball into the Yankees' outfield terrace and did some damage to one of the television sets.Watch Judge's moonshots below:Aaron Judge's batting practice session caused some real DAMAGE at the Stadium earlier today. pic.twitter.com/bDmXa32afR- YES Network (@YESNetwork) May 2, 2017Aaron Judge destroyed a baseball that then destroyed a TV in one of the @Yankees new outfield terraces.Wow
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. The Yankees outlasted the Cubs 5 - 4 in an 18 - inning marathon game Sunday night. Hicks scored on Starlin Castro’ s grounder in the 18 th inning , and the rolling Yankees beat the Chicago Cubs 5 - 4 in the majors’ longest
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With one out and Hicks on third, Castro hit a bouncer up the middle. Shortstop Addison Russell tried to throw home, but it was wide and Hicks scored easily.
Chasen Shreve (1-0) pitched three scoreless innings, striking out pinch-hitting pitcher Kyle Hendricks with runners on first and second for the final out in New York's fifth straight win. The Yankees (20-9) improved to 19-5 since they opened the season with four losses in five games. They also matched their high-water mark from last season at 11 games over. 500.
Chicago trailed 4-1 before it rallied in the ninth against Aroldis Chapman, who helped the Cubs win the World Series last year for the first time since 1908. Albert Almora Jr. and Javier Baez each singled in a run before Chapman hit slumping slugger Anthony Rizzo on his left wrist with the bases loaded on his 36th pitch, forcing home the tying run.
Castro, Hicks lead Yankees to win over Cubs
The New York Yankees beat the Chicago Cubs 11-6 on Saturday night. Hicks' four hits tied a career high and Castro added three hits as the center fielder and second baseman were a combined 7-for-9 with six RBIs and five runs scored.
What a game, even though we lost still always cool to see an 18 inning game. Yankees are really scary, can see them winning the AL if they can keep it up.
While you were sleeping, the New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs battled until the wee hours of the morning. NESN.com' s Rachel Holt explains how the Yankees
Tyler Clippard then came in and got Ben Zobrist to bounce to second for the final out. It was Chapman's first blown save since Game 7 at Cleveland.
Before Hicks scampered home with the winning run, the biggest highlight of extra innings belonged to Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber. The left fielder went into the stands in foul territory in left for an outstanding catch on Chase Headley's foul popup in the 12th.
What was left of the crowd also sung along when the Cubs showed a tape of Harry Caray singing "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" for the second seventh-inning stretch in the 14th.
Jacoby Ellsbury hit a two-run homer for New York, and Aaron Judge had a run-scoring triple. Ellsbury went 2 for 6 in his first start since he bruised a nerve in his left elbow last Monday.
Baez homered for the Cubs, and Schwarber doubled twice. Jon Lester struck out nine in seven sharp innings in his 30th career start against New York.
Week 5 power rankings: Are Yankees for real?
The Yankees just swept the Cubs at Wrigley Field.But don't look now, the New York Yankees, who just swept the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, moved up to the No. 3 spot -- its best ranking this season.
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Chicago Cubs , New York Yankees - Yankees outlast Cubs 5 - 4 in 18 innings , set record for most Chicago Cubs left fielder Kyle Schwarber catches a fly ball by New York Yankees ' Chase Headley in Hicks struck out four times, but he came up with a huge play in the final inning . He led off with a bunt
Luis Severino had a similar line for New York, bouncing back nicely from a shaky start against Toronto last Monday. The right-hander allowed one run and four hits in seven innings.
Cubs: OF Jason Heyward was out of the starting lineup for the second straight day with a sore knuckle on his right hand. ... LHP Brett Anderson was placed on the 10-day disabled list with a lower back strain. The Cubs also optioned LHP Rob Zastryzny to Triple-A Iowa and recalled RHP reliever Justin Grimm and INF Tommy La Stella from their top farm club.
Yankees: Masahiro Tanaka (4-1, 4.46 ERA) gets the ball Monday for the opener of a two-game set in Cincinnati. He faces fellow right-hander Rookie Davis (1-1, 7.36 ERA), who was acquired by the Reds when they traded Aroldis Chapman to the Yankees in December 2015.
Cubs: Jake Arrieta (4-1, 4.63 ERA) starts for the Cubs on Monday in the opener of a three-game series at Colorado. Right-hander Antonio Senzatela (4-1, 2.84 ERA) pitches for the Rockies.
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Astros-Yankees game postponed; doubleheader on Sunday
The Houston Astros game at the New York Yankees on Saturday has been postponed because of inclement weather. The teams will play a doubleheader on Sunday, when the Yankees will honor Derek Jeter before the second game. The rescheduled game will begin at 2:05 p.m. ET. The second game will start at 7:35 p.m.Only tickets for Sunday will be valid for the doubleheader. The Yankees will retire Jeter's No. 2 uniform in a ceremony scheduled for 6:35 p.m. They'll also unveil a plaque of the shortstop in Monument Park.
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York Yankees ' 5 - 4 , 18 - inning triumph over the Chicago Cubs , which concluded Monday morning at Yankees - Cubs is 1st game in MLB history in which each team struck out at least 21 times. The Yankees and Cubs have combined for a record 43 strikeouts tonight. Tony Gwynn played 20 seasons.
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Javier Baez, left, of the Chicago Cubs reacts after fouling a ball off his foot against the New York Yankees at Wrigley Field in Chicago on May 7.
Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale throws a pitch against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field in Minneapolis on May 7. The Red Sox defeated the Twins 17-6.
Ryon Healy (25) of the Oakland Athletics celebrates with teammates after he hit a walk-off home run in the ninth inning against the Detroit Tigers at Oakland (Calif.) Alameda Coliseum on May 7.
Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli wears SOS Venezuela on his eye black patches against the Milwaukee Brewers at PNC Park in Pittsburgh on May 7. Cervelli was born in Venezuela.
Mike Dunn of the Colorado Rockies pitches against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Coors Field in Denver on May 7.
Dixon Machado, left, and Jim Adduci of the Detroit Tigers go for a ball hit by Ryon Healy of the Oakland Athletics in the seventh inning at Oakland (Calif.) Alameda Coliseum on May 7. Adduci made the catch.
Springer, Astros tee off Tanaka for 10-7 win, twinbill split
George Springer and Alex Bregman paid tribute to Derek Jeter in their own way - with memorable first-inning home runs off Masahiro Tanaka. Springer led off with a drive run into Monument Park just after Jeter's No. 2 was retired there in a pregame ceremony, and Bregman capped a six-run first inning with a grand slam that propelled the Houston Astros to a 10-7 win over the New York Yankees on Sunday night and a doubleheader split.BOX SCORES: YANKEES 11, ASTROS 6 | ASTROS 10, YANKEES 7Josh Reddick homered off the facing of the right-field second deck a pitch after Springer's first homer.
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Brandon Guyer, right, of the Cleveland Indians is caught in a rundown by Whit Merrifield of the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., on May 7. The teams were wearing throwback uniforms from the Negro League.
You make the call
Leury Garcia, right, of the Chicago White Sox beats the throw to Ryan Flaherty of the Baltimore Orioles and is called safe at second base at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore on May 7.
Kevin Pillarm right, of the Toronto Blue Jays steals second base as Brad Miller of the Tampa Bay Rays awaits the throw at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., on May 7.
In your face
Billy Hamilton, left, of the Cincinnati Reds gets tagged out by San Francisco Giants third baseman Conor Gillaspie in Cincinnati on May 7.
Here's the pitch ...
Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Tyler Glasnow delivers against the Milwaukee Brewers in Pittsburgh on May 7.
Three run face
Jose Altuve of the Houston Astros celebrates in the dugout after hitting a three run home run against the Los Angeles Angels at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., on May 7.
Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Dillon Overton throws against the Texas Rangers at Safeco Field in Seattle on May 7.
Struggling Masahiro Tanaka will make next start for Yankees
Masahiro Tanaka will make his next scheduled start on Thursday while Greg Bird should start tee-and-toss on Monday when the Yankee return home, Joe Girardi said. Tanaka was shelled again on Saturday, giving up six runs on nine hits in three innings. After the game, pitching coach Larry Rothschild said Tanaka needs to get "back to basics.
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The Cubs added a run in the ninth on pinch hitter Tom Goodwin' s two -out single that scored Eric Karros, who had reached on an error. Then Joe Borowski
The Yankees' Brett Gardner makes a catch against the Cubs as teammate Didi Gregorius avoids the collision on May 6 in Chicago. The Yankees won 11-6.
The Astros' George Springer makes catch on a ball hit by the Angels' Cameron Maybin on May 6 in Anaheim, Calif.
Yes, we did it!
The Athletics' Adam Rosales celebrates with Yonder Alonso and Stephen Vogt after hitting a two-run walk off single against the Tigers on May 6 in Oakland, California. The Athletics defeated the Tigers 6-5.
The Mets' Asdrubal Cabrera screams as he is injured fielding a hit by the Marlins' Marcell Ozuna on May 6 in New York. The Mets won 11-3.
The Pirates' Josh Harrison hugs his teammate Clint Hurdle after hitting a walk off single giving the Pittsburgh Pirates a 2-1 win over the Brewers on May 6 in Pittsburgh. The Pirates won 2-1.
The Indians' Carlos Santana makes contact with the ball against the Royals on May 6 in Kansas City, The Indians won 3-1.
The Reds' Eugenio Suarez celebrates with his team member Adam Duvall after Duvall hit a home run against the Giants on May 6 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Reds win 14-2.
Watching his hit
The Dodgers' Cody Bellinger hits a grand slam against the Padres on May 6 in San Diego, California. The Dodgers won 10-2.
See you later
The Cardinals' Kolten Wong threatens a StormTrooper as he heads to the on deck circle to start the game against the Braves on May 6 in Atlanta, Georgia. The Cardinals won 5-3.
Sand punch on face
The Yankees' Aaron Judge is tagged out at home plate by the Cubs' Willson Contreras on May 5 in Chicago. The Yankees won 3-2.
Kendrys Morales of the Blue Jays follows through on his swing as he hits a three-run home run in front of catcher Derek Norris of the Rays on May 5 in Florida. The Blue Jays won 8-4.
The Nationals' Stephen Strasburg pitches against the Phillies on May 5 in Philadelphia. The Nationals won 4-2.
Evan Marshall of the Mariners goes down with an injury during the game against the Rangers on May 5 in Seattle. Marshall was the second pitcher to leave the game with an injury during the 11th inning. The rangers won 3-1.
Listen to me
The Orioles' Wade Miley reacts as he walks off the field after being relieved after he was hit by White Sox's Avisail Garcia's single on May 5 in Baltimore. The Orioles won 4-2.
T.J. Rivera of the Mets runs the bases after his home run against Tom Koehler of the Marlins on May 5 New York. The Mets won 8-7.
Not his fault
The Pirates' Jose Osuna, left, is tagged out by the Brewers' Manny Pina with umpire Jim Reynolds making the call on May 5 in Pittsburgh. Osuna was out attempting to score on a single by the Pirates' pitcher Wade LeBlanc. The Pirates won 4-0.
Bad luck Posey
Buster Posey, right, of the Giants tags out Joey Votto, left, of the Reds at home plate on May 5 in Cincinnati. The Reds won 13-2.
Man of the game
The Twins' Joe Mauer gets doused with water after his walk-off solo home run against the Red Sox's relief pitcher Matt Barnes on May 5 in Minneapolis. The Twins won 4-3.
Yasiel Puig of the Dodgers hits the wall as he makes the catch on a ball hit by Austin Hedges of the Padres on May 5 in San Diego. The Dodgers won 8-2.
Time for Angels to bow down
The Astros' Brian McCann is greeted by Marwin Gonzalez and Carlos Correa, third from left, after he hits a three run home run against the Angels on May 5 in Anaheim. The Astros won 7-6.
Another level of Happiness
The Yankees' Brett Gardner, right celebrates his three-run home run with Jacoby Ellsbury, left, against the Cubs on May 5 in Chicago. The Yankees won 3-2.
Caught by fans
The Tigers' fans reach out to Miguel Cabrera after catching a foul ball against the Athletics on May 5 in Oakland. The Tiger won 7-2.
Ichiro Suzuki, right, of the Marlins pops out as Rene Rivera of the Mets looks on at Citi Field on May 5 in New York City. The Mets won 8-7.
Time for team celebration
Salvador Perez and Mike Moustakas of the Royals celebrate after defeating the Indians on May 5 in Kansas. The Royals won 3-1.
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CHICAGO - The Giants' turnaround can be declared official. BOX SCORE: GIANTS 6, CUBS 4
inning as the Cubs knock around Max Scherzer after he comes in for relief in their NLDS Game 5 win against the Nationals, featuring some strange plays . MLB.com streamed the first-ever live full length MLB game over the Internet when the Texas Rangers and New York Yankees faced off at Yankee
The Nationals' Bryce Harper flies out to center against the Diamondbacks on May 4 in Washington. The Nationals won 4-2.
Thanking the skies
Manny Machado of the Orioles celebrates after hitting a three-run homer against the Red Sox on May 4 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Taking a blinder
Ben Gamel of the Mariners makes a diving catch on a ball hit by Juan Graterol of the Angels on May 4 in Seattle. The Mariners won 11-3.
A.J. Griffin of the Rangers pitches against the Astros on May 4 in Houston, Texas. The Rangers won 10-4.
The Cubs celebrate their walk-off win against the Phillies on May 4 in Chicago, Illinois. The Cubs won 5-4.
Reds dominate Cincinnati
Adam Duvall of the Reds hits a triple to left field to drive in a run against the Pirates on May 4 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Reds won 4-2.
Cover it up
The Braves' grounds crew members pull a tarp onto the field against the Mets on May 4 in Atlanta, GA.
Making it look simple
Carlos Correa of the Astros makes a diving catch on a pop fly by Nomar Mazara of the Rangers on May 4 in Houston, Texas. The Rangers won 10-4.
Star Wars Day
People dressed as Star Wars characters stand during the national anthem before the game between the Mariners and the Angels on May 4 in Seattle. The appearance was part of a Star Wars Day promotion.
Taking an aerial route
The Padres' Erick Aybar (8) throws to first to complete the double play on a ball hit by the Rockies' Alexi Amarista (not pictured) after forcing out first baseman Mark Reynolds (12) on May 4 in San Diego. The Rockies won 3-2.
A fan celebrates after catching a bat in the stands during the game between the Cubs and the Phillies on may 4 in Chicago.
Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully speaks during his induction into the team's Ring of Honor prior to the game between the Dodgers and the San Francisco Giants May 3 in Los Angeles.
Down the line
Minnesota Twins' Kennys Vargas hits a two-run single off Oakland Athletics pitcher Kendall Graveman in the first inning on May 3 in Minneapolis. The Twins won 7-4.
Facing down the batter
Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz delivers during the first inning against the Baltimore Orioles on May 3 at Fenway Park in Boston. The Red Sox won 4-2.
Houston Astros left fielder Norichika Aoki, left, is congratulated by George Springer after throwing out Texas Rangers' Mike Napoli at home during the fifth inning on May 3 in Houston. The Astros won 10-1.
Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Rookie Davis bunts against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the fourth inning on May 3 at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The Reds won 7-2.
Chicago Cubs right fielder Jason Heyward slides into home plate to score in the second inning against Philadelphia Phillies on May 3 at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The Cubs won 5-4.
Fleet of foot
Cleveland Indians' Francisco Lindor, right, reaches first base safely as Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera loses the throw during the fourth inning on May 3 in Detroit. The Indians won 3-2.
Running up the score
New York Mets third baseman Jose Reyes follows through on a three-run double in the eighth inning against the Atlanta Braves on May 3 in Atlanta. The Mets won 16-5.
Washington Nationals reliever Jacob Turner follows his ball after throwing during the ninth inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks on May 3 in Washington. The Nationals won 2-1.
Late to the base
New York Yankees third baseman Chase Headley, left, catches Toronto Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar stealing during the first inning on May 2 in New York. The Yankees won 11-5.
Fans give a standing ovation as Baltimore Orioles' Adam Jones comes to bat during the first inning against the Boston Red Sox on May 2 in Boston.
Emptying the bases
Houston Astros' Marwin Gonzalez hits a grand slam against the Texas Rangers during the eighth inning on May 2 in Houston. The Astros won 8-7.
Gripping it and ripping it
Ervin Santana of the Minnesota Twins delivers a pitch against the Oakland Athletics during the first inning on May 2 at Target Field in Minneapolis. The Twins won 9-1.
Not fast enough
Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Logan Morrison, left, takes the throw as Miami Marlins' Ichiro Suzuki is out at first during the ninth inning on May 2 in Miami. The Rays won 3-1.
Chicago White Sox right fielder Avisail Garcia catches a fly ball for the out on Kansas City Royals' Jorge Bonifacio during the fifth inning on May 2 in Kansas City, Mo. The White Sox won 6-0.
Swinging a homer
Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Chris Herrmann hits a two-run homer against the Washington Nationals during the fourth inning on May 2 at Nationals Park in Washington. The Diamondbacks won 6-3.
On the right path
The Chicago Cubs' Kris Bryant accelerates on the base paths en route a triple in the fourth inning against the Philadelphia Phillies on May 2 at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The Cubs won 8-3.
Atlanta Braves third baseman Adonis Garcia throws to first against the New York Mets in the ninth inning on May 2 at SunTrust Park in Atlanta. The Braves won 9-7.
Getting out of the box
St. Louis Cardinals' Kolten Wong follows through on an RBI single during the sixth inning against the Milwaukee Brewers on May 2 in St. Louis. The Cardinals won 2-1.
Pittsburgh Pirates' Gift Ngoepe, right, scores on a wild pitch by Cincinnati Reds relief pitcher Blake Wood, left, in the seventh inning on May 2 in Cincinnati. The Pirates won 12-3.
Chris Taylor, right, of the Los Angeles Dodgers slides safely into second before being tagged by Joe Panik of the San Francisco Giants during the second inning on May 2 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.
Adam Duvall, left, celebrates with Reds teammates Billy Hamilton, right, and Joey Votto after hitting a three-run home run off Pirates pitcher Gerrit Cole in the sixth inning on May 1 in Cincinnati. The Reds won 4-3.
Rays shortstop Tim Beckham connects for a two-run RBI double during the fourth inning against the Marlins on May 1 in Miami. Tampa Bay won 4-2.
The Astros' Jose Altuve steals second base as Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor handles the throw from catcher Jonathan Lucroy during the first inning on May 1 in Houston. The Astros won 6-2.
Crowded on second base
The Red Sox's Hanley Ramirez stands on second base while Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, left, tags out Andrew Benintendi during the eighth inning on May 1 at Fenway Park in Boston. At right is Orioles second baseman Jonathan Schoop. The Orioles won 5-2.
Letting it slide
Mets center fielder Curtis Granderson makes a sliding catch to save a run in the sixth inning against the Braves on May 1 at SunTrust Park in Atlanta. The Mets won 7-5.
Tigers pitcher Daniel Norris throws against the Indians in the first inning on May 1 in Detroit. The Tigers won 7-1.
Caught in the act
The Cubs' Willson Contreras is caught trying to steal by Philadelphia second baseman Cesar Hernandez during the second inning on May 1 in Chicago.
Throwing off his feet
Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis gets airborne throwing to first base trying to put out the Yankees' Austin Romine in the third inning on May 1 in New York. The Blue Jays won 7-1.
Three in the 10th
The Brewers' Travis Shaw watches his three-run home run during the 10th inning against the Cardinals on May 1 in St. Louis. The Brewers won 7-5.
The Royals' Lorenzo Cain hits the dirt to avoid an inside pitch during the seventh inning against the White Sox on May 1 in Kansas City, Mo. The Royals won 6-1.
Hanley Ramirez of the Boston Red Sox hits his helmet with his bat after striking out during the sixth inning of a game against the Chicago Cubs on April 30, at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass.
Joe Panik (12) of the San Francisco Giants slides into home plate to score a run against the San Diego Padres during the fifth inning at AT&T Park on April 30, in San Francisco, Calif.
Daniel Murphy (20) of the Washington Nationals gets out of the way of a pitch during the seventh inning against the New York Mets at Nationals Park on April 30, in Washington, DC.
Jose Peraza (9) of the Cincinnati Reds steals second base against Aledmys Diaz (36) of the St. Louis Cardinals in the ninth inning at Busch Stadium on April 30, in St. Louis, Miss.
Safe at home
Mark Trumbo (45) of the Baltimore Orioles slides home safely in the 11th inning as Austin Romine (27) of the New York Yankees defends on April 30, at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City.
Minnesota Twins' Byron Buxton lays down a bunt single in the fourth inning against the Kansas City Royals on April 30, at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.
Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Ryan Goins (17) (left) and Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis (29) just chilling during a pitching change. Toronto Blue Jays Vs Tampa Bay Rays in MLB regular season play at Rogers Centre in Toronto. Jays win 3-1 on April 30.
Beating the tag
Washington Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon (6) slides home for the third homer in the first inning during a MLB National League game between the Washington Nationals and the New York Mets on April 30, at Nationals Park, in Washington DC.
Delino DeShields (3) of the Texas Rangers rounds third base on his way to scoring a run against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the first inning at Globe Life Park in Arlington on April 30, in Arlington, Texas.
Stealing stare down
Ender Inciarte (11) of the Atlanta Braves steals second base past Jonathan Villar (5) of the Milwaukee Brewers in the first inning at Miller Park on April 30, in Milwaukee, Wisc.
Giants win at Wrigley behind Blach, Panik .
CHICAGO - The Giants' turnaround can be declared official. BOX SCORE: GIANTS 6, CUBS 4