AL or NL: Which league had more interleague wins?

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AL or NL: Which league had more interleague wins?

From Comcast SportsNet
NEW YORK (AP) -- Boosted by a big run from the Texas Rangers, the American League has topped the National League in interleague play for the ninth straight year. Sunday's games wrapped up this season's schedule of interleague games. The AL finished with a 142-110 edge. Texas went (14-4) against NL opponents. The Colorado Rockies didn't fare so well, going 2-13 against AL teams. The last time the NL won the season series was 2003. The AL has won 12 times in the 16 years of interleague play.

A's blow five-run lead, watch Mets walk off with victory

A's blow five-run lead, watch Mets walk off with victory

BOX SCORE

The A's jumped out to a 5-0 lead in New York on Saturday, but the Mets chipped away and walked off with the 6-5 win in the 9th.

Wilmer Flores delivered the game-winning solo home run off Simon Castro.

Dodgers trade former Giants reliever to Rays

Dodgers trade former Giants reliever to Rays

Sergio Romo is headed to the American League.

After being designated for assignment on Thursday, the veteran reliever was traded by the Dodgers along with cash considerations to the Tampa Bay Rays on Saturday evening.

The Dodgers will receive cash considerations or a player to be named later.

Romo's first season with the team he grew up rooting for didn't go as planned. In 30 games, Romo posted a 6.12 ERA.

The Brawley-native was drafted by the Giants in 2005 and spent nine seasons pitching for San Francisco.

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