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5/26/2013 | Teammates voice support for slumping Ike
Ike Davis may be losing the battle of batting average, but he's winning the war in the clubhouse. Davis, struggling this season, has heard daily questions about whether he'll soon be demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas, and his teammates weighed in on the subject Sunday, backing their first baseman

5/26/2013 | Mets honor military with special night at Citi Field
Days like Sunday force Sandy Alderson to think about his father, his time in the military and the men and women serving in the armed forces all over the world. The Mets' general manager, who served in the Marine Corps, deeply understands the importance of honoring the military. On the eve of Memorial Day, the Mets hosted their sixth annual Military Appreciation Day at Citi Field in conjunction with the USO of Metropolitan New York.

5/26/2013 | Mets hope to feed off energy of Subway Series
With their cast of veteran fill-ins and up-and-coming studs, the Yankees are bringing a tough test for the Mets to Citi Field on Monday night for the start of the 2013 Subway Series. While they're scuffling heading into the four-game slate, the Mets see this as an opportunity to try to pick up some quality wins against a first-place team.

5/26/2013 | Weaver will return to face Dodgers on Wednesday
The Angels made the official announcement of Jered Weaver's return after Sunday's win against the Royals. Weaver will start on Wednesday against the Dodgers, with Jason Vargas moving back to Thursday.

5/26/2013 | D-backs' bats help Corbin stay perfect, win series
Patrick Corbin wasn't at his best, but thanks to 11 hits from the offense, the D-backs took down the Padres, 6-5, on Sunday at Chase Field to secure a series win and remain tied atop the National League West standings.

5/26/2013 | Royals pumped for I-70 Series against Cardinals
Growing up, pitcher Aaron Crow was a Royals fan. Even going to college at the University of Missouri surrounded by Cardinals fans, Crow was a Royals fan. This week he'll be in the middle of the rivalry again as the two teams meet in a home and away series.

5/26/2013 | Darvish, Rangers square off with D-backs in nightcap
Rangers ace Yu Darvish will start Game 2 of Monday's doubleheader, squaring off against Arizona's Trevor Cahill. The Rangers took two of three in the Interleague series last year, narrowly out-scoring the D-backs, 13-12.

5/26/2013 | Buchholz scratched with collarbone irritation
The Red Sox will push back red-hot ace Clay Buchholz from Monday's scheduled start against the Phillies and go with right-hander Alfredo Aceves instead. "Clay has felt a little irritation in the collarbone/AC joint area," said Red Sox manager John Farrell.

5/26/2013 | Young arms take the hill in Game 1 of twin bill
A Memorial Day doubleheader in the desert gives a couple of promising young arms the chance to make their first big league starts of the year as Texas' Martin Perez and Arizona's Tyler Skaggs square off.

5/26/2013 | Harang leads Mariners into series with visiting Padres
Aaron Harang will start Monday at Safeco Field for the Mariners opposite Padres lefty Clayton Richard. The meeting is the first of a four-game home-and-home series San Diego and Seattle will engage in this week.

5/26/2013 | Mariners walk off in 13 to snap eight-game slide
It took 13 innings and a walk-off single by Jason Bay, but the Mariners finally ended a season-high eight-game losing streak Sunday with a 4-3 win over the red-hot Rangers at Safeco Field.

5/26/2013 | Civil Chicago baseball battle kicks off Monday
The Cubs and White Sox are set to battle for the upper hand in the Windy City over the next four days. Monday's series opener will pit Cubs right-hander Jeff Samardzija (2-6, 3.25 ERA) against White Sox southpaw Jose Quintana (3-1, 3.48 ERA).

5/26/2013 | Perez feels pinch in right shoulder, exits game
Clinging to a one-run lead in the ninth inning of Sunday's 6-5 loss to the Red Sox, Indians closer Perez said he felt a pinch in his right shoulder while throwing a pitch to Jacoby Ellsbury. Perez tried to stay in, but couldn't. Manager Terry Francona said the club would know more about Perez's status on Monday.

5/26/2013 | Howard may need to rest ailing left knee
Ryan Howard's ailing left knee kept him out of the lineup for Sunday's series finale against the Nationals, and manager Charlie Manuel said after the game that he was not sure if Howard would start on Monday in Boston.

5/26/2013 | Nats place Detwiler on DL with oblique strain
The Nationals have placed left-hander Ross Detwiler on the 15-day disabled list -- backdated to May 16 -- because of a right oblique strain, and purchased the contract of left-hander Xavier Cedeno. The Nationals still have to find a starter to replace Detwiler on Tuesday against the Orioles.

5/26/2013 | New format brings buzz to Interleague's 'prime rivals'
Monday's full slate of Memorial Day games will signify the start of the "prime rivals" segment of Interleague Play, and this year comes with an added twist.

5/26/2013 | Cain battles until bats take advantage in finale win
The 7-3 victory against the Rockies on Sunday resulted from a combination of a two-out error by Colorado second baseman DJ LeMahieu in the fifth, and Matt Cain's resilience, despite a high walk total and pitch count.

5/26/2013 | Angels, Anaheim working toward new deal
The Angels and the city of Anaheim have commenced discussions on a pact that would anchor the team to the town for the foreseeable future and perhaps also provide the club a renovated ballpark.

5/26/2013 | Timely hitting and defense help Sox secure sweep
The White Sox are now a .500 team, courtesy of their 5-3 victory over the Marlins before 25,464 on Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field. Adam Dunn and Alejandro De Aza each drove in a pair to help back Dylan Axelrod.

5/26/2013 | Yost right guy to get Royals over current blues
The Royals have lost 16 of their past 20 games, but manager Ned Yost isn't panicking.

5/26/2013 | Skaggs to get called up to give Kennedy time to heal
D-backs right-hander Ian Kennedy has a laceration on his right index finger, and Tyler Skaggs will get called up from Triple-A Reno to fill in for him on Monday in the first game of a doubleheader with the Rangers.

5/26/2013 | Duffy throws three innings in first rehab start
Royals lefty Danny Duffy, coming back from Tommy John surgery, pitched three scoreless innings on Sunday for Double-A Northwest Arkansas at San Antonio.

5/26/2013 | Smoak sidelined, day to day with oblique strain
Mariners first baseman Justin Smoak was out of the lineup Sunday and is "day to day" after feeling the oblique muscle in his right side tighten during his first at-bat on Saturday night.

5/26/2013 | Montero jumping into first-base duties at Tacoma
The Mariners have wasted no time throwing Jesus Montero into first-base duties in Triple-A Tacoma after sending him down to the Minor Leagues on Thursday.

5/26/2013 | Early lead spurs Bucs to series win in Milwaukee
The Bucs struck early and held on late, with four players driving in runs to back Wandy Rodriguez en route to a 5-4 win over the Brewers on Sunday at Miller Park.

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