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Bad fielding and a lot of line-drive hitting allowed the Fresno Grizzlies to score six runs in the first inning en route to a 12-5 victory against the Tucson Padres on Sunday at Chukchansi Park. The Grizzlies amassed five hits, all of which were
Dickey, the knuckleball pitcher who is the Mets de facto ace, left the game against the Cubs yesterday in the third inning with an injured right foot. Dickey was running to cover first base on a grounder when he crumpled to the ground. He described
Recent Posts April 18 The Mets had hoped to have the injured outfielder Jason Bay in the lineup Tuesday, but will have him play two more games with Class St...April 17 The third baseman did not start Sunday night after leaving Saturday's game early
Fla. (AP) — Oliver Perez allowed his first four batters to reach and gave up three runs in the first before settling down with two scoreless innings. Not the type of outing that gave the New York Mets confidence. Hunter Pence
The Sports Network Count the Braves as fans of instant replay. After a reversed call helped Atlanta maintain a two-game edge for first place in the National League East, the Braves look to make it three victories in a row this evening in the opener
Carlos Lee hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning and the Houston Astros rallied to beat the New York Mets 3-2 on Thursday night. Angel Sanchez and Hunter Pence singled with no outs before Lee drove Pat Misch's next pitch to
Hayden Penn and three relievers combined on a three-hit shutout Thursday night, leading the visiting Indianapolis Indians to a 2-0 victory over the Buffalo Bisons. Penn (2-2) allowed three hits, walked four and struck out four over six innings.
Buffalo Bisons catcher Josh Thole had perhaps his best day at the plate this season in a 7-1 win against the Charlotte Knights Friday night. Thole was a triple away from the cycle and went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored. He started off the
Buffalo starting pitcher Pat Misch, who had a complete-game shutout in his last outing against the Norfolk Tides, was dominant again Thursday night. He pitched the Bisons to a 3-1 International League baseball win against the Charlotte Knights on
Jose Reyes arrived in the Mets’ clubhouse Tuesday morning and couldn’t bring himself to look for trainer Ray Ramirez. "I was afraid," Reyes said. "I didn’t want to see him." Reyes didn’t want to know the results of the thyroid test he’d taken Monday.