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Topic - Dustin Ackley
CC Sabathia pitched a three-hitter and struck out 10 leading New York to a 6-3 victory Friday night that stopped Seattle's seven-game winning streak.
Los Angeles Dodgers players said they were happy and relieved Wednesday about the pending sale of the team to an ownership group including former Lakers star Magic Johnson.
Carlos Guillen hit a two-run triple in Detroit's four-run sixth inning and the Tigers beat the Los Angeles Angels 12-2 on Friday night.
Both Dustin Ackley and Miguel Olivo were out of the Seattle Mariners' lineup again on Saturday, although both say they feel ready to play.
"That'll be more travel than I've ever experienced in a short amount of time," Seattle second baseman Dustin Ackley said. "Definitely trying to get your rest after those plane flights and coming back will probably be harder with the spring training games and the season about to start. It'll be a challenge."
Ackley said he first noticed his ribs hurting in Wednesday's game against the Braves.