MARKET SNAPSHOT: U.S. Stocks Face Resistance From Europe Headwinds
U.S. stock advances are expected to run into resistance next week, following the longest winning streak since January 2011, as a lack of fresh incentives and opacity in Europe catch up with equities.
Iwakuma shine as M's down Twins
Hisashi Iwakuma tossed seven outstanding innings on Friday as the Seattle Mariners topped the Minnesota Twins, 5-3, in the opener of a three-game series at Safeco Field.One game after Felix Hernandez tossed a perfect game in a 1-0 win over the Tampa Bay Rays, Iwakuma (4-3) retired the first 12
Donaldson helps A's rally past Tribe
Josh Donaldson's go-ahead RBI single in a two- run bottom of the eighth inning helped the Oakland Athletics rally past the Cleveland Indians, 6-4, in the opener of a three-game set.Chris Carter walked to begin the frame and Brandon Moss' single chased Joe Smith (7-3) from the game
Upton, Rays rout Angels
B.J. Upton and the Tampa Bay Rays lit up Jered Weaver and the Angels en route to a 12-3 romp in the second meeting of a four- game series. The Rays won the opener of the set, 7-0, on Thursday, marking the fourth time they shut out the Angels already this year. On Friday, their bats shined against
Seen it before: Morales allows 4 home runs as Red Sox lose to Yankees
Baseball is a sport of repetition — unfortunately so, for Franklin Morales.
Francisco's 11th-inning single sends Dodgers to another frustrating loss, Braves win 4-3
It was another frustrating night for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Sparked by light-hitting Paul Janish, the Atlanta Braves rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the eighth inning, then finished off their 4-3 win in the 11th on pinch-hitter Juan Francisco's two-out single Friday. The previous night, Los Angeles
Paul Konerko homers in return from DL as White Sox lose 4-2 to Royals
Paul Konerko returned to the lineup and homered in his second at-bat in an encouraging sign for the Chicago White Sox.
Braun, Gallardo carry Brewers to 6-2 victory over Phillies
Before his start Friday, Yovani Gallardo learned there was a serious illness in his family in Texas.
Phillies OF Brown's missed chance opens door for Brewers in 6-2 win
Domonic Brown thinks he should have caught the ball. So does Philadelphia manager Charlie Manuel. A deep fly ball hit by Nyjer Morgan glanced off Brown's glove, paving the way for a four-run fourth inning in the Philadelphia Phillies' 6-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers Friday night. Philadelphia had