Games from the 1st:
The umps called for a video replay on Matsui's hit in the 6th inning -- the final ruling was that the ball bounced off the top of the wall for a double.
Mariners 7 - Twins 1
Ichiro Suzuki started in right and batted first. He went 3-for-5: single to left, fly out to left, RBI single to right, ground out to third, single to center. This was Ichiro's 7th 3-hit game of the year.
Ichiro is now just 2 runs away from 1,000 MLB runs.
Braves 7 - Phillies 3
Takashi Saito entered the game in the 8th with the Braves up 6-2. He tossed a shutout inning in relief and did not get a decision. Final line: 1.0 IP, 4 BF, 1 H, 1 SO, 0 BB, 0 R, 0 ER.
Toshihisa Nishi's last couple of games:
5/25 vs Newark Bears - started at second and batted ninth, 1-for-3
5/26 vs Newark Bears - started at second and batted ninth, 0-for-4
5/28 vs York Revolution - started at second and batted ninth, 0-for-3
5/29 vs York Revolution - started at second and batted ninth, 0-for-9
5/31 vs Bridgeport Bluefish - entered the game partway through at second in the 8-hole, 1-for-4 with a run scored
6/1 vs Bridgeport Bluefish - started at second and batted ninth, 1-for-3
The Mets decided on the 2nd that Hisanori Takahashi's next start will come on the 6th against the Marlins.
Ryota Igarashi has begun making adjustments to his mechanics after getting shelled for 6 runs in 0.1 innings of work on the 31st. Prior to the Padres game on the 1st, Igarashi spent about 15 minutes in the bullpen.
Ichiro Suzuki continues to hold the lead for AL outfielders on the All-Star ballot with 604,675 votes. Hideki Matsui is currently in second place for designated hitters with 465,752 votes (he's behind Vladimir Guerrero's 725,752 votes).
Joe Mauer currently leads all AL players with 1,138,286 votes.
The full listing can be seen at MLB.com.