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Topic - José Valverde
After blowing a three-run lead in the ninth inning on one ill-fated pitch to Raul Ibanez, Jose Valverde needed a lift, and so did his New York Mets teammates.
Raul Ibanez emerged from the Los Angeles Angels' clubhouse with a bat and a ball he signed for a young girl and her parents.
Fredi Gonzalez is still waiting for the Atlanta Braves' bats to catch up with the team's pitching.
Seven innings of Bartolo Colon's dominance only made Jose Valverde's ninth-inning escape look even scarier.
Billy Hamilton has been too fast for everyone besides the Mets.
Lucas Duda made the Mets look awfully smart, for one night at least.
Mets closer Bobby Parnell has a partially torn elbow ligament after just 25 pitches this season and might need surgery.
Dillon Gee pitched six-innings of no-hit ball Wednesday night in his final tuneup before opening day, but the Houston Astros rallied for a 9-6 victory over the New York Mets.
Right-hander Jose Valverde and the New York Mets have agreed to a minor league contract.
Game 1 of the 2012 World Series is in the books. Pablo Sandoval hit three home runs and the San Francisco Giants cruised to an 8-3 rout of the Detroit Tigers behind Barry Zito and Tim Lincecum.
The Detroit Tigers got a big boost from Anibal Sanchez's arm. They got a helping hand from an umpire, too.
Already an ace and MVP, Justin Verlander proved to be the Detroit Tigers' ultimate closer, too.
After a season filled with dramatic comebacks and memorable endings, the Oakland Athletics now expect the unexpected.
Detroit Tigers closer Jose Valverde denied throwing a spitball in the ninth inning of Sunday night's 7-6 win over the Cincinnati Reds.
Tigers manager Jim Leyland says relievers Jose Valverde and Joaquin Benoit won't pitch in Thursday's fifth game of the AL championship series.
"I feel bad for Bobby. What I want is for Bobby to be OK," Valverde said. "I want this guy to come back soon. I want him closing games for the Mets."
If someone wants to untuck his shirt after hitting a game-winner off Soriano, he said he'd be OK with that.