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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Chris Young
Mariners closer Fernando Rodney usually gets the job done. He never makes it look easy, though.
A baserunning blunder contributed to another extra-inning loss for the Philadelphia Phillies.
Drew Smyly is probably thrilled the month of May is finally over.
Reid Brignac's first start for the Philadelphia Phillies ended with him being mobbed by his teammates.
Chris Young made no excuses for a costly error, even though it was quite windy.
The Phillies offense had no answer for the Mets pitching. And Philadelphia's defense wasn't stellar, either.
During their surge to get back near the top of the AL West, hitting has not been the problem for the Los Angeles Angels.
Chris Young and Robinson Cano arrived in Seattle with fanfare at opposite ends of the spectrum. Seattle couldn't celebrate the arrival of Cano enough. Young was a last-second addition plucked at the end of spring training.
The Mets are going to need more from Lucas Duda and Chris Young if their lineup is going to have any success.
Once Martin Prado caught Curtis Granderson's popup, Arizona's around-the-horn show zipped into fast motion.
Chris Young couldn't overcome a slow start for the Seattle Mariners.
Nick Tepesch and Robbie Ross helped the Texas Rangers hold off the Seattle Mariners.
Both Kyle Gibson and Glen Perkins got much-needed bounceback outings on Friday night.
When things are going poorly for the Seattle Mariners, they'll take any sign of optimism they can find.
An Illinois wildlife agency defended its $520,000 program Friday to import prairie chickens from Kansas to the state by plane, a day after an Illinois House Republican blasted the project during a contentious budget debate.
"I was looking dead at it when it was coming down," Young said. "I can't explain it. I have no idea how I dropped a routine fly ball, but it happened. It cost us the game. Now I just have to get ready to play tomorrow."
"I was looking dead at it when it was coming down," Young said. "I can't explain it. I have no idea how I dropped a routine fly ball, but it happened."