5/3/2012 | Down six vs. Doc, Braves rally twice, walk off in 11
The Braves would need to stage one more incredible rally before seeing an evening filled with dramatic twists and turns conclude with Chipper Jones drilling a walk-off homer. The two-run shot off Brian Sanches gave the Braves a 15-13, 11-inning victory over the Phillies on Wednesday night.
5/3/2012 | Masterpiece theater: Weaver throws first no-hitter
Jered Weaver threw the ninth individual no-hitter in Angels history, allowing only two baserunners in the 9-0 win over the Twins on Wednesday night.
5/3/2012 | Stanton, Cishek help Marlins thwart comeback
A blown save in the ninth inning momentarily deflated the Marlins, but it didn't demoralize the club. Giancarlo Stanton's home run in the 10th inning off of Santiago Casilla lifted Miami to a 3-2 win over the Giants on Wednesday at AT&T Park.
5/3/2012 | Damon's debut for Tribe cut short by cramping
The Indians cited "general cramping" as the reason behind Johnny Damon's early departure in his debut with the team on Wednesday.
5/3/2012 | Justice: Harper just doing what he knows to do
This is the Bryce Harper the Washington Nationals were hoping to see. He's confident and aggressive, and in the middle of almost everything. He's scorching balls off the top of the wall one minute, making a sliding, diving catch the next.
5/3/2012 | Fuentes sixth lefty to reach 200-save plateau
After 10 months of waiting, Brian Fuentes became the sixth left-handed reliever in Major League history to reach 200 saves on Wednesday night.
5/3/2012 | Suzuki to have X-rays on left hand
Kurt Suzuki is scheduled to undergo an X-ray on his left hand Thursday, after being drilled by a Daniel Bard fastball in the sixth inning of the Athletics' 4-2 win over the Red Sox.
5/3/2012 | Crisp likely to DL; Taylor expected to join A's
Coco Crisp's return from his latest bout of illness lasted just seven innings Wednesday, and it appears the A's outfielder is bound for the disabled list. Prospect Michael Taylor is expected to join the team in St. Petersburg for Friday's series opener, MLB.com has learned.
5/3/2012 | Spencer: Weaver's night a family affair
With Dave and Gail Weaver, his parents, and Kristin, his wife, in attendance and cheering every delivery, Jered Weaver unleashed his first no-hitter on Wednesday night at Angel Stadium.
5/3/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Wed., May 2
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out. Here are the May 2 Mane Men of the Day.
5/3/2012 | No-no could jumpstart momentum for Angels
Lost in the excitement a no-hitter usually brings is what Wednesday night's 9-0 win over the Twins can mean for the Angels long-term.
5/3/2012 | Ten no-hitters span 50 years for Angels
Almost 50 years after Bo Belinsky threw the first no-hitter in franchise history but only 280 days after Ervin Santana's no-no, the 29-year-old Jered Weaver tossed the 10th no-hitter in Angels history Wednesday night, a 9-0 win against the Twins.
5/3/2012 | Twins tip their caps to Weaver after no-hitter
As the Twins found out on Wednesday night at Angel Stadium, it's never any fun to be on the wrong side of history, as they were after being no-hit by Jered Weaver.
5/3/2012 | Braves, Phillies vie for more pitcher-friendly finale
The expected pitchers' duel on Wednesday never came to fruition, as the Braves and Phillies engaged in one of the biggest slugfests of the young season. Chipper Jones' 11th-inning walk-off two-run home run snapped Atlanta's seven-game losing streak to the Phillies, setting up Thursday's rubber match.
5/3/2012 | Anibal aims to lead Marlins to sweep
On Thursday, the Marlins look to punctuate the start of their longest road trip so far this season when Anibal Sanchez takes the mound against the Giants' Ryan Vogelsong.
5/3/2012 | Haren takes baton from Weaver as Jays hit Big A
A 10-game road trip for the Blue Jays starts Thursday, when they open a four-game set with the Angels, who are fresh off a revitalizing win in witnessing Jered Weaver's no-hitter on Wednesday.
5/3/2012 | Marlins have a closer dilemma
The next time the Marlins are in a save situation, who will get the ball? Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen isn't ready to make that call. Not yet, at least.
5/3/2012 | Surprised? Weaver's mates knew this day was coming
To a man, Angels players were not caught off guard by Jered Weaver's no-hitter. They knew he was too good not to throw one sooner or later.
5/3/2012 | Debate surrounds value of lineup protection
A baseball truism has come into question in recent years: Is the guy batting behind you really that important? Does lineup protection really matter? Does it even exist?
5/3/2012 | MLB Notebook: Weaver a part of Halos lore
Jared Weaver on Wednesday tossed the second no-hitter of the 2012 season and the 10th in Angels franchise history, exactly 95 years after one of the greatest pitching duels the game has ever seen.
5/3/2012 | Castrovince: Toronto can take advantage in East
There's no denying that in the difficulty the AL East's most clear-cut contenders have endured in the early going, an opportunity arises for the others. And with all due respect to the Orioles, the opportunity is most present and most pertinent for the Blue Jays.
5/3/2012 | Halladay leaves Phils due to family matter
Phillies right-hander Roy Halladay left the team following Wednesday's loss to the Braves to attend to a family matter. He is expected to rejoin the club for Friday's series opener against the Nationals.
5/3/2012 | Wood, Dempster return from disabled list
The Cubs realigned their pitching and activated both Ryan Dempster and Kerry Wood from the disabled list on Thursday, while optioning Scott Maine and Randy Wells to Triple-A Iowa.
5/3/2012 | Winter leagues help LaHair stay focused
Bryan LaHair gives a lot of credit for his approach at the plate to spending the offseason playing in winter leagues.
5/3/2012 | Cubs ready for challenge against Dodgers
Cubs manager Dale Sveum likes to study video and spray charts. The Cubs face the Dodgers and Matt Kemp starting Friday at Wrigley Field. Does Kemp have any holes in his swing to exploit?
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