Los Angeles Angels left fielder Vernon Wells (10) and center fielder Peter Bourjos (25) signal fan interference on a ground-rule double by Boston Red Sox's Jed Lowrie during the fifth inning of a baseball game at Fenway Park in Boston Thursday, May 5, 2011. The Angels won 11-0. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
Through the wickets
Luis Rodriguez is wrapped up by Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre on a grounder from Adam Kennedy.
Bartman, Part II
Carlos Gonzalez avoids a fan to make a jumping catch on a foul ball hit by Arizona's Stephen Drew during the eighth inning Thursday. The Diamondbacks would come back to hit two home runs in the ninth inning to tie the game, then win it in the 11th.
I'm not so sure about that
Brewers first baseman Prince Fielder talks with home plate umpire Adrian Johnson after being called out on strikes in the eighth inning.
Too little, too late
Washington's Danny Espinosa scores on a sacrifice fly by Jayson Werth, but it wasn't nearly enough on Thursday, as the Phillies beat the Nats, 7-3.
We give up
Angels outfielders Vernon Wells and Peter Bourjos signal fan interference on a ground-rule double by Boston's Jed Lowrie during the fifth inning Thursday at Fenway Park. The Angels won 11-0, their second victory of the day after winning a 13-inning marathon that ended at 2:45 a.m. ET.
On the money
Indians shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera makes an off-balance throw to get Oakland's Conor Jackson and end the A's fifth-inning outburst Thursday in Oakland. He also drove in two runs in the Indians' 4-3, 12-inning win.
It's really hot
Orioles starting pitcher Chris Tillman feels the heat while talking with pitching coach Mark Connor during Thursday's first inning in Kansas City. Tillman allowed four runs in the inning and eight in 3-2/3 of a 9-1 loss.
Tampa Bay's Johnny Damon hit an RBI single off Toronto starting pitcher Kyle Drabek during the Rays' three-run third inning Thursday in St. Petersburg. The Rays won 3-1.
Good hands, bad hands
Florida's Greg Dobbs reaches for home plate to score after running around Cardinals catcher Gerald Laird as Laird loses the ball during the fifth inning Thursday in St. Louis. Dobbs scored from second on a single by Omar Infante, however the Cards won 6-3.
Taste the turf
Tigers center fielder Don Kelly stretches but misses the triple hit by the Yankees' Eric Chavez during the fourth inning Thursday in Detroit. However, Chavez broke a bone in his foot on the play, and the Yanks lost their third straight, 6-3.
Cincinnati's Ryan Hanigan drives in three runs Thursday, including two on this fourth-inning single off Astros starting pitcher Brett Myers, in the Reds' 10-4 win.
We need to communicate better
Mets starting pitcher Mike Pelfrey confers with catcher Ronny Paulino in the fifth inning of Thursday's 5-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants at Citi Field in New York. Pelfrey allowed one earned run in 7-2/3 innings to improve to 2-3.
Man of the hour
Cincinnati's Jay Bruce celebrates with teammates after doubling in the the game-winning run in the ninth inning against the Astros on Wednesday. The Reds won 3-2.
Chone Figgins swipes a couple of bases and scores twice against Ian Kinsler and the Rangers on Wednesday, but it's not enougn in a 5-2 loss in Seattle.
Cleveland's Travis Hafner singles home a run in the third inning, but that's all the Indians can manage against Oakland's Trevor Cahill, who improves to 5-0 with a 3-1 win.
Colorado's Carlos Gonzalez is forced out by Arizona's Josh Wilson as he turns a double play during the seventh inning of the Rockies' 6-4 win on Wednesday in Phoenix.
Florida's Mike Stanton watches his tiebreaking, two-run home run in the ninth inning that lifted the Marlins past the St. Louis Cardinals, 8-7 on Wednesday.
Baltimore's Nick Markakis hits a home run in the seventh inning that proves the decisive run in a 3-2 win in Kansas City.
Making him work
Carlos Gomez and the rest of the Milwaukee Brewers' got plenty of exercise during a doubleheader sweep by the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field.
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Fear the beard
San Francisco's Brian Wilson pitches a scoreless ninth inning to get his 10th save in a 2-0 win against the Mets at Citi Field in New York.
Fans with umbrellas weather a long rain delay and are rewarded with a Wednesday night marathon between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Angels that goes well into the early morning hours at Fenway Park in Boston. The Angels won 5-3 in the 13th.
Philadelphia's Danys Baez celebrates with catcher Brian Schneider after pitching the ninth inning of Wednesday's 7-4 win against the Washington Nationals at Citizens Bank Park.
Touch 'em all
Toronto's Adam Lind rounds third after hitting a two-run home run during the first inning of Wednesday's 3-2 win against the Tampa Bay Rays in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Dodgers catcher Dioner Navarro tries to settle down starting pitcher Ted Lilly after Lilly gave up two home runs to the Chicago Cubs in the sixth inning of the Dodgers' 5-1 loss on Wednesday.
On his own
Geovany Soto trots past Dodgers catcher Dioner Navarro after hitting a solo homer in the fifth inning.
Milwaukee's Prince Fielder celebrates a solo home run with Brewers third base coach Ed Sedar in the fourth inning of Game 1 of Wednesday's doubleheader vs. the Braves in Atlanta. The Braves won, 8-3.
The Padres' Rob Johnson follows through with his tiebreaking home run against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the eighth inning Tuesday in San Diego. The Padres won 6-5.
Twins pitcher Francisco Liriano (center) is mobbed by teammates after throwing a no-hitter Tuesday in a 1-0 win over the Chicago White Sox.
Indians' bubble hasn't burst
Indians first base coach Sandy Alomar Jr. shows off his skill with chewing gum during Cleveland's 4-1 victory Tuesday at Oakland. The Indians have won seven games in a row and lead the majors at 20-8.
Five by five
Members of the five branches of the military threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Tuesday's game between the New York Mets and the San Francisco Giants at Citi Field.
Can't catch me
The Rangers' Ian Kinsler steals second despite the tag attempt by Mariners second baseman Adam Kennedy in the first inning Tuesday.
Rain, rain go away
The weather radar on the large screen at Turner Field shows way too much red during a rain delay at the Brewers-Braves game Tuesday. The rain didn't go away, and the game eventually was postponed.
The Diamondbacks' Xavier Nady connects on a single to drive in two runs in the third inning of Arizona's 4-3 victory Tuesday over Colorado.
The Twins' Alexi Casilla looks up at second-base umpire Rob Drake in vain as Drake calls him out at second after Casilla tried to stretch his single into a double during the third inning Tuesday.
Which way did it go?
Marlins second baseman Omar Infante loses track of a single by the Cardinals' Yadier Molina in the second inning Tuesday in St. Louis.
He's in there
Boston's Carl Crawford slides safely into home as Angels catcher Jeff Mathis gathers in the throw during the seventh inning Tuesday at Fenway Park.
Tigers catcher Alex Avila hangs on for the out despite heavy contact by the Yankees' Andruw Jones in the fourth inning Tuesday.
Olé! Well, not quite
Brandon Phillips employs some matador skills to try to get past Astros first baseman Brett Wallace, but Wallace sees the Red and tags Phillips out in the sixth inning of Houston's 10-4 victory Tuesday.
New lumber, please
The Rays' Kelly Shoppach breaks his bat while hitting a foul ball during the fourth inning Tuesday against the Blue Jays.
Pirates catcher Chris Snyder is congratulated by Ronny Cedeno after Snyder's two-run homer, which highlighted a four-run first as Pittsburgh edged the Padres 4-3.
With two runners on in the fourth inning, Padres second baseman Orlando Hudson breaks his bat while popping out, continuing his early-season struggles. Hudson went 1 for 4 and his average dipped to .237.
Angels catcher Jeff Mathis loses control of the ball as Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia scores during Boston's six-run seventh inning. The Red Sox handed Jered Weaver his first loss of the season.
Two baseball fans fight over second base as the Swinging Friar intervenes during a vacation give away promotion. The woman got the base and won the vacation.
Despite the Marlins enjoying their best start in franchise history, Hanley Ramirez's slide continued. The All-Star shortstop fouls a ball of his foot during his 0-for-4 effort, dropping his average to .191.
Got his back
Mark Buehrle gets an ovation after scattering eight hits in 6 2/3 shutout innings in the White Sox's 6-2 over the Orioles.
Taste of glove
James Russell's rough start Monday against the Dodgers leaves a sour taste in his mouth. The Cubs lefty allows six hits and four earned runs in 4 1/3 innings to fall to 1-4 this season.
High-fives all around
Marlon Byrd and the Cubs take an early 1-0 lead over the Dodgers after he came around to score in the first inning. The lead didn't last long as LA plates two in the second inning in its eventual 6-2 victory.
Did you see that?
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly helps his club end a two-game skid by topping the Cubs.
Gaby Sanchez hits his first career grand slam and the Marlins' big league-leading third this season as Florida improves to 18-9.
Under the tag
Adams Jones slides in safely for a fourth-inning double, one of three hits Jones collected in the Orioles' 6-2 loss to the White Sox.
Brewers starter Yovani Gallardo suffers another rough outing, allowing nine hits and five earned runs in five innings as his ERA balloons to 6.10.
Can't get there
Braves second baseman Dan Uggla can't get to a single hit by Brewers catcher Wil Nieves in the third inning.
Swing and a miss
Giants catcher Buster Posey deals with a lot of frustration Monday, going 0 for 3 in San Francisco's 2-0 loss to the Nationals.
Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond breaks his bat on a single during the seventh inning against the San Francisco Giants in Washington. Washington won 2-0.
Take a seat
Angels second baseman Maicer Izturis ends up on his back after trying to advance to second on his single during the first inning in Boston.
Despite giving up eight hits in 6 2/3 innings, Red Sox righty Clay Buchholz allows only two runs as Boston rolled to a 9-5 win.
Athletics DH Hideki Matsui is mobbed at home plate after hitting Oakland's first walk-off homer this season, a 10th-inning blast off Darren Oliver to lift the A's 5-4.
With a giant U.S. flag across the left-field wall, Los Angeles Angels players pause for a moment of silence prior to facing the Boston Red Sox in Boston. A day after the deadly raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan, the Red Sox honored those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Out of reach
Texas Rangers center fielder Julio Borbon misses a fly ball hit by Mark Ellis of the the Oakland Athletics during the first inning.
Two men stand in the left field bleachers during the playing of the national anthem before the Oakland Athletics' game against the Texas Rangers in Oakland, Calif.
Detroit Tigers starting pitcher Justin Verlander throws during the first inning against the New York Yankees in Detroit.
Selling the tag
New York Yankees' Derek Jeter is tagged at second by Detroit Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta (27) on a steal attempt during the first inning in Detroit.