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6/3/2012 | Rockies, D-backs look to make charge in NL West
Two NL West teams attempting to make a June run will meet Monday at Chase Field when the Rockies take on the D-backs.

6/3/2012 | Giants seek sweep against reeling Cubs
Trying to avoid a four-game sweep at the hands of the Giants on Monday at AT&T Park, the Cubs find themselves with another losing streak -- three games and counting -- after running into a hot San Francisco club.

6/3/2012 | White Sox look to stay hot in home set with Blue Jays
Blue Jays left-hander Ricky Romero will look to get on track against Philip Humber and the red-hot White Sox when the two teams open a three-game set Tuesday at U.S. Cellular Field.

6/3/2012 | Anibal to face historically tough foe in Braves
Anibal Sanchez will be matched up opposite Tim Hudson when the Marlins host the Braves on Tuesday in the first of three-game set in Miami.

6/3/2012 | Riding surge, Bucs meet Reds for Central battle
Cincinnati has won 11 of 15 to grab the division lead over scuffling St. Louis. But the Pirates have taken seven of nine to pull three behind the Reds.

6/3/2012 | Lester looks to stay unbeaten against Orioles
The Red Sox return home for a seven-game homestand, starting Tuesday with a three-game set against the Orioles. Boston will hand the ball to Jon Lester, who is 14-0 with a 2.47 ERA in his career against the O's, while Baltimore counters with Jason Hammel.

6/3/2012 | Godzilla returns to scene of glory days
Hideki Matsui will return to the Bronx on Tuesday when the Rays open a three-game set with the division-rival Yankees. Andy Pettitte will start for New York against Tampa Bay's James Shields.

6/2/2012 | Ichiro back in leadoff spot for Mariners
When Mariners manager Eric Wedge made out his lineup card for Friday night's game against the White Sox, for the first time this year he penciled Ichiro Suzuki into his familiar leadoff role.

6/2/2012 | No-han! Santana twirls first no-no in Mets history
In the moment Mets fans have been waiting for, Johan Santana completed a major milestone on Friday night, throwing the franchise's first no-hitter with an unforgettable performance.

6/2/2012 | Buchholz hitting stride at same time as Red Sox
In Friday night's 7-2 victory over the Blue Jays, Clay Buchholz logged a season-high eight innings, giving up six hits and two runs. He walked two and struck out seven, also a season best.

6/2/2012 | Granderson's granny sends CC, Yanks to win
Curtis Granderson hit his fourth career grand slam, and CC Sabathia pitched well enough to fuel the Yankees to a 9-4 win over the Tigers in the series opener Friday night at Comerica Park.

6/2/2012 | Eye-popping ninth straight win for White Sox
Gordon Beckham hit two home runs and Adam Dunn clubbed his 17th, but Alexei Ramirez's infield single in the eighth provided the winning run for the White Sox in a 7-4 victory, Chicago's ninth straight, over the Mariners on Friday night.

6/2/2012 | Phillies hold off Marlins behind Papelbon
Jonathan Papelbon picked up his first multi-inning save with the Phillies in Friday's 6-4 win over the Marlins at Citizens Bank Park.

6/2/2012 | Paulino paves way for Royals' win over A's
Right-hander Felipe Paulino led the way with six scoreless innings and five strikeouts as Yuniesky Betancourt's first-inning double proved to be enough in Friday's 2-0 win over the visiting A's.

6/2/2012 | Reds take opener behind Leake's strong start
If his career numbers at Minute Maid Park are any indication, Joey Votto must love coming to Houston. His stellar numbers only got better in Friday's 4-1 victory over the Astros.

6/2/2012 | Rox spread the wealth, push win streak to five
Josh Outman got things started before Dexter Fowler and the Rockies' bats took over, pounding out 15 hits on the way to a 13-3 win over the Dodgers on Friday night at Coors Field.

6/2/2012 | Trout provides spark as Angels gain ground
Rookie Mike Trout came through with a two-out, two-run single in the seventh that propelled the Angels to a 4-2 victory over the Rangers in Friday's series opener.

6/2/2012 | Guzman's pinch homer sparks Padres to victory
Jesus Guzman hit a two-run, pinch-hit home run to ignite a six-run eighth inning Friday that lifted the Padres to a 7-1 victory over the D-backs.

6/2/2012 | Leach: Johan's place in Mets history sealed
Fifty-one years of waiting came to an end, thanks to the reconstituted left shoulder of a beloved 33-year-old Venezuelan. No matter what happens in the rest of Johan Santana's career, he has a moment and a central place in Mets lore.

6/2/2012 | Giants hang on to preserve MadBum's gem
After Madison Bumgarner took a shutout into the ninth inning, the Giants escaped a frightful final frame to beat the Cubs, 4-3, on Friday night at AT&T Park.

6/2/2012 | Noble: Mets' rich history gets even richer
No one said it would be easy. The Mets needed 50 seasons-plus, 8,020 games and 134 pitches from a guy who wasn't supposed to exceed 115. But now it's in the books -- Howie Rose put it there after Santana did the heavy lifting. What a magnificent achievement for an extraordinary pitcher, a pro's pro and a man's man!

6/2/2012 | Bruise a small price as Baxter saves no-no
Mike Baxter grew up a Mets fan. On Friday night, the outfielder helped preserve history for his hometown team.

6/2/2012 | Santana's no-hitter aided by disputed call
A day before the two-year anniversary of umpire Jim Joyce costing a pitcher a no-hitter, Adrian Johnson assisted with one, ruling Carlos Beltran's liner foul when replays showed it landed fair. The Mets' Johan Santana then went on to no-hit the Cardinals.

6/2/2012 | Call to let Johan keep pitching tough for Collins
The immediate result was good, glorious even. But Mets manager Terry Collins won't know the true outcome of his fateful decision Friday night for at least five days. Maybe longer. Collins agonized over whether to let Johan Santana finish off the first no-hitter in Mets history, but ultimately decided he was not going to take the ball out of Santana's hands.

6/2/2012 | Elation for Johan, Mets felt around baseball
Even with all his career accolades, it's what Johan Santana did Friday night -- after sitting out the entire 2011 season following shoulder surgery -- that had players and managers around the league buzzing.

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