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A day into the month of May, the Tampa Bay Rays are still in first place in the American League East. In a 4-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles, Matt Garza went 6 innings strong, surrendering just 2 earned runs on 3 hits. He’d strike out 3, and walk 2.

“His fastball had life, good velocity,” Orioles manager Dave Trembley said of Garza. “He pitched just high enough to tease some guys. There were some at-bats where, obviously, we got ourselves out chasing some bad pitches.”

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Carlos Delgado hits a solo home run in the 7th inning
Entering Sunday afternoon’s game, Carlos Delgado had just 3 hits in his last 9 games. However, the slumping New York Met hit 2 home runs against the Atlantas Braves en route to a 6-3 Mets victory, giving the Mets the series victory over Atlanta. Despite hitting the 2 home runs, Delgado didn’t emerge from the dugout following the 2nd shot for a curtain call.

“The way I look at is I hit a solo home run in the seventh inning,” Delgado said. “I’ve got a great deal of respect for the game. I don’t think that’s a place for a curtain call.”

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Carlos Delgado hits a solo home run in the 7th inning
Entering Sunday afternoon’s game, Carlos Delgado had just 3 hits in his last 9 games. However, the slumping New York Met hit 2 home runs against the Atlantas Braves en route to a 6-3 Mets victory, giving the Mets the series victory over Atlanta. Despite hitting the 2 home runs, Delgado didn’t emerge from the dugout following the 2nd shot for a curtain call.

“The way I look at is I hit a solo home run in the seventh inning,” Delgado said. “I’ve got a great deal of respect for the game. I don’t think that’s a place for a curtain call.”

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Saunders delivering a pitch
Joe Saunders led the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to their 2nd straight victory, a 5-4 win over the Seattle Mariners. Saunders, the 26 year old southpaw, went 8 innings strong, allowing 4 earned runs on 6 hits. The victory boosted Saunders to 3-0 on the season, and gave the Halos an 11-7 record.

 

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Buck can't apply the tag to Aybar
The Kansas City Royals lost a tough one to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim yesterday. Not only did they wind up losing the game 5-3, but they may have lost their centerfielder, David DeJesus, as he left the game in the top of the 5th inning with a foot injury. Joey Gathright would later enter the game as DeJesus’ replacement.

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Yorvit Torrealba and Kip Wells after the game ends
It took 22 innings, but last night the Colorado Rockies were able to put away the San Diego Padres for a 2-1 victory. The winning run was scored by Willy Taveras, after Troy Tulowitzki hit an RBI double.

“It’s tough to keep your head into it and put together good at-bats and be into every pitch,” Tulowitzki said after the game. “We were talking about how our legs were hurting out there. It’s tough to stand on your feet for 22 innings and keep moving.”

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The St. Louis Cardinals are tied for the best record in baseball so far this season. Last night they beat the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 to up their record to 11-4, thanks in part to a 2 run double off the bat of Albert Pujols in the very 1st inning, and a defensive gem from Pujols in the 9th where he stopped a Jason Kendall line drive dead in its tracks.

“That’s my job as a first baseman—try to make a play every time I can,” Pujols said after the game. “[I like to] have an idea what the hitter will try to do at the plate and try to read it. That’s what I did. Jason Kendall tries to stay inside the ball every time, and I wanted to make sure I was on my toes.”

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Sabathia
The Detroit Tigers seemingly woke up last night, in a 13-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians. The man taking the injured Dontrelle Willis’ spot in the rotation, Armando Gallaraga, went 6.2 innings allowing 2 runs on just 1 hit, with 6 punch-outs.

“I was a little bit nervous, but when I gave up the home run, I had to get going,” Galarraga said. “The runs made me feel more relaxed.”

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Mike Pelfrey wearing Jackie Robinson's number
It was Jackie Robinson night at Shea Stadium on Tuesday night, all 25 Mets were wearing the number 42 on the backs of their jerseys. Despite all having the same number, the Mets shunned their anonymity with a 6-0 victory over the Washington Nationals to boost their record to 6-6, 2nd place in the National League East division

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Kevin Gregg and Mike Rabelo
The Florida Marlins had everything working Tuesday night. Scott Olsen, Renyel Pinto and Kevin Gregg combined to pitch a shutout, and new Marlin Wes Helms drove in his first run of the year. Olsen would pick up the win, he’s 2-0 this season. Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Jair Jurrjens was the tough luck loser, he threw 6 innings of 4 hit 2 run baseball but still managed to pick up the loss.

“When you give up two runs, you’ve got to win, it’s as simple as that,” Braves manager Bobby Cox said, regarding the fact that Jurrjens lost tonight as a result of no run support from the Braves offense.

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