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Choo leads Cleveland over the Chicago White Sox, 3-2

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Shin-Soo Choo hit a go-ahead RBI double in a two-run eighth inning, giving the Cleveland Indians a win over the White Sox, 3-2 in Cleveland.

Chicago starter Jake Peavy was five outs from his first win of the season, but Asdrubal Cabrera homered with one out in the eighth inning to tie the game.

Shinn-Soo Choo (mlb)

After Matt Thornton (1-1) gave up Grady Sizemore’s single, Choo lined a 1-2 pitch to the wall in left-center and Grady Sizemore scored easily.

Jensen Lewis (2-0) pitched a scoreless eight. Chris Perez worked the ninth for his third save in four chances.

Jones’ comes through in clutch to beat Reds and Cordero

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Garrett Jones singled off the wall in right-center with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the ninth Saturday night as the Pittsburgh Pirates came from behind to beat the Reds and closer Francisco Cordero, 5-4.

Jones’ hit, which snapped an 0-for-8 stretch for him, on a 3-2 pitch came just after Lastings Milledge drew a bases-loaded walk off Cordero (1-1) on a 3-2 pitch with two-outs to tie the game.

Garrett Jones (mlb)

The Pirates won consecutive games for the first time since starting the season at 2-0.

Joey Votto had three hits and scored two runs for Cincinnati, which has lost four in a row.

Ubaldo Jimenez no-hits Atlanta, 4-0

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Ubaldo Jimenez (Dick Johnson photo)

Ubaldo Jimenez found his groove and found the strike zone on Saturday night, the Atlanta Braves were not going to hit him at all.

Jimenez pitched the first no-hitter in the Rockies’ 18-year history and the majors first this season. He got help from Atlanta native Dexter Fowler, who made a spectacular catch in the seventh inning of a 4-0 win over the Braves in Atlanta.

Firing fastballs that reached 98 mph into the ninth inning, Jimenez pitched the first no-hitter since White Sox ace Mark Buehrle tossed a perfect game in a 5-0 victory over Tampa Bay on July 23, 2009.

The San Diego Padres, New York Mets and Tampa Bay Rays are the remaining franchises without a no-hitter.

After walking the leadoff batter in the fifth inning, his sixth walk, Jimenez took advice from pitching coach Bob Apadaca and began working only out of the stretch.

He retired the next 15 batters to end it. Fowler made a diving catch in left-center on Troy Glaus sinking line drive, which was the Braves best chance for a hit.

Jimenez threw a major-league high 128 pitches against Atlanta, but the heavy workland is nothing new for the Dominican right-hander. He had at least 100 pitches in 29 of his 33 starts last year and finished with 3,570 total, second-most in the National League hehind St. Louis’ Adam Wainwright with 3,614.

New York Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals 2-1 in 20 innings

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Jose Reyes (mlb)

Jose Reyes hit a tie-breaking sacrifice fly to help the New York Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals 2-1 in 20 innings on Saturday night in the longest game in the majors in two years.

It was the longest game in the majors since Colorado beat San Diego 2-1 in 22 innings on April 17, 2008.

St. Louis left the bases loaded in the 10th, 11th, 12th and 14th and 22 runners, including 14 in extra innings. St. Louis catcher Yadier Molina caught the entire game and went 3 for 9.

It was the longest scoreless game in the majors since the Los Angeles Dodgers and Montreal Expos went 21 innings without a run on August 23, 1989, according to STATS LLC. The Dodgers won that game 1-0 on Rick Dempsey’s leadoff homer in the 22nd inning.

It was the Mets’ longest game since they lost 4-3 to St. Louis in 25 innings on September 11, 1974, and the fourth longest in franchise history by innings. It was New York’s first win in a game that lasted at least 20 innings.

The game tied the second longest in Cardinals history.

Furyk leads the 3rd round of the Verizon Heritage

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Jim Furyk withstood a crazy Saturday of golf to hold his lead at the Verizon Heritage at Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Furyk shot a 67 for an 11-under 202, good for a one-stroke lead over Brian Davis (66).

Another stroke back were two-time Verizon champ Boo Weakley (68), Stephen Ames (65), Briny Baird (66), Ricky Barnes (66), Luke Donald (67), Woody Austin (67) and Heath Slocum (67).

Jim Furyk (pga)

In all, 23 players were within five strokes of the top.

Furyk, at number 6 in the world, is the highest ranked player at the Verizon Heritage who also played in the Masters.

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