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5/8/2013 | MLB Notebook: Harvey in elite company
Although he was not rewarded with a win, Matt Harvey put together one of the most dominant performances in Mets history on Tuesday vs. the White Sox.

5/8/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: May 8
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

5/8/2013 | Dodgers can take heart in magic of past teams
The high-profile, high-payroll Dodgers are down, and their fans are out of sorts, if not hope. Perhaps they can take heart in history. There is this fascinating quarter-century anniversary matter that mystics, numerologists and eternal optimistics in the crowd should find illuminating.

5/8/2013 | Gold standard: Slugger's homer lifts D-backs
Paul Goldschmidt's two-run homer in the ninth led the D-backs past the Dodgers, 5-3, on Tuesday night at Dodger Stadium.

5/8/2013 | Putz slated to see doctor regarding elbow stiffness
D-backs closer J.J. Putz was forced to leave Tuesday night's 5-3 win against the Dodgers in the ninth inning after feeling stiffness in his right elbow.

5/8/2013 | Dusty passes Lasorda with 1,600th career win
When Devin Mesoraco and Shin-Soo Choo connected for back-to-back two-out home runs in the ninth against Craig Kimbrel to win the game, it gave Reds manager Dusty Baker career victory No. 1,600. That put Baker all alone in 18th place on the all-time wins list, passing Dodgers great and Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda.

5/8/2013 | Astros ride five-run third back into win column
Chris Carter hit a three-run homer and Jose Altuve added to his first-inning solo shot with an RBI single as the Astros posted a five spot in the third against Angels southpaw C.J. Wilson, erasing an early deficit en route to their first win in seven games.

5/8/2013 | Venable's homer powers Padres behind sharp Stults
Will Venable's two-run home run to right field in the second inning on Tuesday proved to be the pivotal blow in the Padres' 5-1 victory over the Marlins before a crowd of 16,263 at Petco Park.

5/8/2013 | Angels have nowhere to go but up
With the benefit of hindsight, it's easy to see why the Angels find themselves off to their worst start in franchise history, but there's plenty of season left for them to find the form that made them one of the preseason favorites in the American League.

5/7/2013 | Sanabia has tight groin, Valaika fractures wrist
Alex Sanabia's outing against the Padres lasted 4 1/3 innings, and the 24-year-old was removed with a right groin injury. Chris Valaika suffered a fracture to the tip of his left radius bone in his wrist.

5/7/2013 | Harvey quickly putting himself among game's elite
Mets right-hander Matt Harvey continues to baffle hitters and amaze teammates and fans with his ability to dominate at such a young age.

5/7/2013 | Harvey indelibly linked with Seaver in imperfection
An undeniable link now exists between the erstwhile Franchise and Matt Harvey, who is doing at Citi Field what Tom Seaver and Dwight Gooden did at Shea Stadium. Each has pitched an Imperfect Game.

5/7/2013 | CarGo's homer the difference against Yanks
Carlos Gonzalez pulled a full-count fastball from Hiroki Kuroda over the right-center-field wall for a two-run homer in the sixth inning of a 2-0 Rockies victory over the Yankees on Tuesday night at Coors Field.

5/7/2013 | Encarnacion ejected after dispute with umpire
Blue Jays first baseman Edwin Encarnacion was ejected during the ninth inning of Tuesday night's game versus the Rays following a dispute with home-plate umpire Marty Foster.

5/7/2013 | Help from lineup has Cuddyer producing
Last year, the effect of outfielder/first baseman Michael Cuddyer on the Rockies was muted. An oblique strain in July and a lengthy adjustment to the National League after he spent 11 years with the Twins slowed the veteran slugger. This year, Cuddyer is flying, to the tune of a .333 average with seven home runs, eight doubles and 24 RBIs going into Tuesday night's opener of a three-game set with the Yankees at Coors Field.

5/7/2013 | Players throughout MLB hoping for the best for Happ
Both during and after the frightening scene at Tropicana Field after J.A. Happ was struck in the face by a liner, all that his teammates, opponents and colleagues throughout baseball could do was hope and pray for the best.

5/7/2013 | For Ventura, return to Queens a 'homecoming'
For the White Sox, it's their first trip to Queens. But manager Robin Ventura and two of his coaches, Joe McEwing and Daryl Boston, are quite familiar with this borough of New York City, having played for the Mets. This series is "something like a homecoming," Ventura said. "But it's more about the faces you remember."

5/7/2013 | Halladay rejoins Phillies after shoulder exam
Phillies right-hander Roy Halladay had a long talk with general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. and manager Charlie Manuel inside the manager's office after Tuesday's game. Halladay had his injured right shoulder examined earlier in the day in Los Angeles. What was said in that closed-door meeting? Nobody was talking, although an update is expected Wednesday.

5/7/2013 | Brewers snap skid on strength of five-run first
The Brewers struck for five runs in the first and got six solid innings from Wily Peralta en route to a 6-3 win over the Rangers on Tuesday at Miller Park.

5/7/2013 | Washington continues to be the glue for Rangers
This has the look of another season with the Texas Rangers in which there will be credit to share, rather than blame. Jon Daniels, Rangers president of baseball operations and general manager, was giving a large share of that credit Tuesday to manager Ron Washington.

5/7/2013 | Yankees not rushing Nunez back to action
Yankees shortstop Eduardo Nunez, who left Sunday's 5-4 loss to the A's in the fifth inning due to tightness in his left rib cage, was unavailable to play Tuesday's series opener against the Rockies but said he felt "so much better" after receiving treatment and resting.

5/7/2013 | Hechavarria gets first start at Marlins' leadoff spot
With the Padres starting left-hander Eric Stults, Marlins manager Mike Redmond decided to give veteran Juan Pierre a day off on Tuesday. Matt Diaz stepped in to play left field in place of Pierre, and Adeiny Hechavarria led off for the first time as a Marlin.

5/7/2013 | Madson hopes to join Angels' bullpen next week
Can Ryan Madson join the Angels' bullpen by the end of next week? That's the hope he expressed on Tuesday after an encouraging, aggressive, 20-pitch bullpen session off the Minute Maid Park mound.

5/7/2013 | With Hairston on DL, Herrera called up from Triple-A
The Dodgers recalled utility man Elian Herrera from Triple-A Albuquerque on Tuesday and placed Jerry Hairston on the disabled list with a left groin strain.

5/7/2013 | Greinke not ready for game situations yet
Zack Greinke looked impressive throwing another bullpen session Tuesday, but he said advancing to a game situation still depends on the complete healing of the fractured left collarbone that required April 13 surgery and put him on the disabled list.


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