Giants catcher Buster Posey is injured as Scott Cousins scores the game winner in the 12th.
Bracing for impact
Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins attempts to score a run during the 12th inning at AT&T Park as San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey awaits.
San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey was leveled by Marlins baserunner Scott Cousins in the top of the 12th inning on May 25. It does not take a medical degree to understand from this picture why the reigning NL Rookie of the Year's season ended on that day.
Plate umpire Joe West determined that Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins scored on the play at home after colliding with San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey.
Am I safe?
Marlins Scott Cousins and Giants' catcher Buster Posey get their bearings after their home plate collision.
Where's the ball?
Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins takes a look at the ball on the ground after his collision with San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey.
Head over heels
It's pretty obvious that Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins is in better shape than San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey after their 12th-inning, home-plate collision.
Dude, you OK?
Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins checks on the status of San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey after colliding with him at home plate during the 12th inning at AT&T Park.
Where am I?
San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey is seeing stars after a collision at home plate with Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins during the 12th inning at AT&T Park.
Does it hurt here?
San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey is attended to by medical staff after a collision at home plate with Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins (not pictured) during the 12th inning at AT&T Park.
Headed to the DL
San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Poseyis assisted off the field by medical staff after a collision at home plate with Florida Marlins center fielder Scott Cousins (not pictured) during the 12th inning at AT&T Park. Florida defeated San Francisco 7-6 in 12 innings.
That hurts, but not quite as bad
San Francisco's Aubrey Huff grimaces after hitting a foul ball off his foot as Florida catcher John Buck looks on during the third inning Wednesday in San Francisco. The Marlins won 7-6 in 12 innings.
Giants shortstop Mike Fontenot leaps to catch a high throw as Florida's Hanley Ramirez steals second base during the third inning.
Chicago Cubs pitching coach Mark Riggins talks to starter Casey Coleman and catcher Welington Castillo during the second inning of Wednesday's game against the New York Mets. The Mets won 7-4.
Arizona's Chris Young is congratulated by teammate Kelly Johnson (2) as Justin Upton and Gerardo Parra follow after Arizona defeated Colorado 2-1 on Wednesday.
Colorado's Seth Smith is tagged out by Diamondbacks second baseman Kelly Johnson after overrunning second during the first inning.
Back to back
The Angels' Torii Hunter is congratulated by Alberto Callaspo as Oakland Athletics catcher Landon Powell looks on after Hunter hit a solo home run during the fifth inning Wednesday in Anaheim. Callaspo, who was next to bat, also hit a solo home run in the 4-1 win.
Run him over
Yankees catcher Russell Martin tags out Toronto's Rajai Davis at home plate in Wednesday's seventh inning at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees defeated the Blue Jays 7-3.
Cleveland's Mitch Talbot serves up a first-inning home run to Boston's Dustin Pedroia on Wednesday at Progressive Field. The Red Sox star drove in three runs in his return to the lineup, while Talbot was rocked for eight runs in three innings of a 14-2 loss.
Pirates catcher Ryan Doumit and pitcher James McDonald watch a bunt by Atlanta's Eric Hinske go foul during Wednesday's fourth inning at PNC Park. The Braves won 4-2 in 11 innings.
Safe! I mean, out!
White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez makes a force out on Texas' Yorvit Torrealba at second base in Wednesday's eighth inning at Rangers Ballpark. The Rangers won 2-1.
A penguin sits in the visitor's dugout before Wednesday's game between the Texas Rangers and Chicago White Sox at Rangers Ballpark. The lil' guy was visiting from the Dallas Zoo.
Not high enough
Rangers second baseman Ian Kinsler leaps for but is unable to catch a line drive in Wednesday's game against the Chicago White Sox at Rangers Ballpark.
No Rays of sunshine
Clouds cover Comerica Park during a rain delay in Wednesday's game between the Detroit Tigers and the Tampa Bay Rays. The game was postponed.
Can't get him out
Ryan Braun has two hits and two walks in the Brewers' 6-4 win against the Nationals on Wednesday at Miller Park.
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Rickie Weeks tags Roger Bernadina at second base.
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Doesn't look good
Umpires Marvin Hudson (51), Ted Barrett (center) and Brian Runge wait out a weather delay of more than three hours in Tuesday's game between the Texas Rangers and Chicago White Sox at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Braves relief pitcher Craig Kimbrel and catcher Brian McCann celebrate after defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-0 at PNC Park on Tuesday. Kimbrel picked up his 13th save.
Keep him close
Detroit's Scott Sizemore dives back to first base safely during the sixth inning of Tuesday's 7-6 win against the Tampa Bay Rays at Comerica Park. But the pickoff throws paid off as he was caught stealing to end the inning.
Ah, get outta here
Boston's Kevin Youkilis throws his helmet after striking out to retire the side during the sixth inning of Tuesday's 4-2 win against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field.
Cincinnati's Scott Rolen singles during Tuesday's ninth-inning rally against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. He scored on Jay Bruce's tiebreaking three-run double as the Reds defeated the Phillies 6-3.
Cubs outfielder Reed Johnson makes a diving catch on a ball hit by New York's Jason Pridie during the seventh inning of Tuesday's 11-1 win at Wrigley Field.
Minnesota's Denard Span slides into third base in front of Chone Figgins for a triple during the first inning of Tuesday's 4-2 win against the Seattle Mariners at Target Field. Span, who had three hits, scored on Jason Kubel's single as the Twins snapped a nine-game home skid and ended the M's six-game win streak.
Baltimore's Zach Britton allows three runs in six innings of Tuesday's 5-3 win against the Kansas City Royals at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Colorado's Dexter Fowler (middle) is called out after he and Arizona pitcher Joe Saunders collide at the plate during the third inning Tuesday at Coors Field. Saunders, who allowed two runs in eight innings, ended a personal six-game losing streak as the D-backs split the doubleheader with a 5-2 win.
Look it into your glove
Astros shortstop Clint Barmes fields a grounder during the Dodgers' four-run third inning Tuesday at Minute Maid Park. The Astros lost 5-4.
Late with the tag
The Angels' Maicer Izturis beats a throw to Athletics shortstop Cliff Pennington on a double in Tuesday's third inning at Angel Stadium. The A's won 6-1.
Hey, Ricky, you're so fine
Florida's Ricky Nolasco outduels Matt Cain in Tuesday's 5-1 win against the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park.
Step into the cage
St. Louis' Colby Rasmus prepares to take batting practice before Tuesday's game against the San Diego Padres at PETCO Park.
That didn't take long
The return of Texas slugger and reigning AL MVP Josh Hamilton was far from a quite one, as he homered in his first at-bat since breaking his arm on April 12. The blast gave the host Rangers a 1-0 lead in what was ultimately a 4-0 win over the White Sox.
Back in the groove
Philadelphia second baseman Chase Utley, fresh off the DL, throws to first base after fielding a ball hit by Cincinnati's Jay Bruce in the second inning. Bruce would get an infield single on the play, the beginning of a big night for the outfielder.
St. Louis star Albert Pujols flies out to center against the San Diego Padres in the first inning. But he ended the longest homerless streak of his career in the sixth, breaking a scoreless tie.
Feelin' the glove
St. Louis center fielder Colby Rasmus takes a home run away from the Padres' Ryan Ludwick in the first inning.
Ah, the good ol' days
Those tend to be the first eight innings for the Dodgers these days. Russ Mitchell brings home a run in the seventh inning Monday, but the host Astros scored three in the bottom of the ninth to win 4-3.
Oakland DH Hideki Matsui watches his sacrifice fly that scores Coco Crisp against the Los Angeles Angels during the third inning Monday. The run evened the game at 1-1 in Southern California.
Now that's bad
You've got to be really off your game to get roughed up by Minnesota. Indeed, Seattle starting pitcher Jason Vargas was on Monday, giving up five runs in 4-2/3 innings before a late rally got the Mariners an 8-7 victory on the road.
Just getting started
Minnesota Twins designated hitter Jim Thome hits a two-run home run in the fourth inning. He added another two-run blast in the seventh. They could have used a third.
Hey, cheer up
Former president and Rangers owner George W. Bush watches the game between the Chicago White Sox and the Texas Rangers with Rangers president Nolan Ryan.
You worked up a sweat?
Cincinnati starting pitcher Bronson Arroyo did not even make it out of the thrid inning, giving up more runs (nine) than he recorded outs (eight). Not a good thing when playing at Philadelphia.
King of sus-Pence
Houston's Hunter Pence ducked to avoid a pitch in the eighth on Monday, but did not duck anything in the ninth, hitting a walk-off single to cap a three-run ninth against the Dodgers.
Philadelphia Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz catches a pop foul out by Cincinnati's Paul Janish in the seventh inning. The Phillies destroyed the Reds, 10-3.
Before they blew a one-run lead in the bottom of the eighth, the Boston Red Sox lost Dustin Pedroia to injury in the top of the inning.
High five (combined)
Jose Bautista (19) drove in one with his 19th homer, while catcher J.P. Arencibia knocked in four more to lead Toronto to a 7-3 victory at New York.
Fans in Minnesota pause and admire the statue of Twins great Harmon Killebrew, who died last week, outside of Target Field.
No you're not
The arms of Philadelphia's Carlos Ruiz look like they signal safe as he slides into home, but he is tagged out by Cincinnati catcher Ryan Hanigan in the second inning Monday. Not to worry, Phillies fans; the Phils scored seven times in the third to take control of the game.
Just in case
The New York Yankees' Nick Swisher was not in Monday's starting lineup at home against the Toronto Blue Jays, but that didn't keep him from getting his bat ready in the dugout during the fourth inning.
That's what your glove is for
Boston Red Sox shortstop Jed Lowrie tries unsuccessfully to barehand a ground ball by the Indians' Asdrubal Cabrera in the first inning in Cleveland. Cabrera got the hit but did not score . . . until his home run three innings later.
Waddaya know? Jose Bautista homered again. This first-inning blast in New York gave the Toronto slugger an MLB-best 19.
Fun while it lasted
Detroit starter Phil Coke throws a third-inning pitch against the visiting Tampa Bay Rays on Monday. An inning later, Coke left the game with an ankle injury.
Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Ervin Santana throws to the plate during the second inning of their baseball game against the Oakland Athletics, Wednesday, May 25, 2011, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)