8/8/2013 | Harvey demonstrates different kind of domination
Matt Harvey traded his Doc Gooden impersonation for a Doc Halladay one on Wednesday night, and it suited him just fine. Harvey pounded the strike zone and let the Rockies get themselves out en route to the first complete game and first shutout of his already remarkable big league career.
8/8/2013 | Beachy out to extend Braves' win streak to 14
Brandon Beachy will face the Marlins on Friday night in his third start since his return from the long and trying process of rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, and he'll look to help the Braves extend their winning streak to 14 games. Miami will counter with Jacob Turner.
8/7/2013 | Rangers run wild at Angel Stadium
Leonys Martin and Elvis Andrus each stole three bases and combined to score four runs and Adrian Beltre went deep and had three RBIs as the Rangers earned their ninth win in 10 games on Wednesday night at Angel Stadium.
8/7/2013 | Chatwood scratched from Thursday start, lands on DL
Tyler Chatwood will not start Thursday's series finale against the Mets, and is instead headed to the disabled list with inflammation in his right elbow. The team made the announcement after Wednesday's 5-0 loss to New York. A replacement will be named Thursday morning.
8/7/2013 | Flores busts out at dish in second Major League game
Wilmer Flores clapped his hands as he rumbled into second base. It was a three-run double -- his first extra-base hit in the big leagues and his first RBIs -- but most importantly, on just his second day in the Majors, he had provided a potentially decisive hit for his team.
8/7/2013 | Prado's hot bat, D-backs' stellar defense fuel win
Martin Prado led the charge with four RBIs on his 4-for-4 night, and the D-backs defense turned a club-record six double plays in a 9-8 victory over the Rays on Wednesday night at Chase Field.
8/7/2013 | Upsets abound en route to RBI World Series finals
Tuesday night's severe storms delayed Wednesday's Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities World Series activities, pushing the games to a late afternoon start. But once teams in the Junior and Senior divisions were finally able to start making moves toward the championship game, upsets highlighted the evening.
8/7/2013 | Just how they Drew it up: Sox knock off Astros
For the second straight night, the Red Sox overcame a deficit of at least three runs, as Stephen Drew's three-run ninth-inning home run stunned the Astros, 7-5, and gave Boston its 27th comeback win of the season.
8/7/2013 | Gallardo's progress good news for battered Brewers
As one Brewers starter returned to action Wednesday from a strained left hamstring, another literally took some steps in the same direction. Yovani Gallardo's afternoon windsprints produced welcome progress for a club scrambling to maintain a healthy starting rotation.
8/7/2013 | Archer, Myers OK after early exits in Arizona
Two of the Rays' young stars had to leave Wednesday's game, but at the end of the night, Chris Archer and Wil Myers both appeared to be OK.
8/7/2013 | Lucky 13: Braves extend streak with rally in eighth
Kris Medlen's strong effort, combined with the consecutive two-out run-scoring hits Jason Heyward and Justin Upton delivered in the eighth inning, provided the Braves all that they needed to notch their 13th consecutive victory with Wednesday night's sweep-clinching 6-3 win over the Nationals at Nationals Park.
8/7/2013 | Giants give Francoeur rare start in center field
Jeff Francoeur did not stray into uncharted territory when Giants manager Bruce Bochy started him in center field against the Milwaukee Brewers.
8/7/2013 | Morton quiets Fish, chips in at plate for Pirates
With none out in the fourth inning Wednesday night, Charlie Morton trailed by two, and he had already given up six hits. Then his soul, as well as his stuff, responded. Thereafter, Morton retired all 11 men he faced, buying time for the Pirates to mount enough of a comeback for a 4-2 victory over the Marlins.
8/7/2013 | Doumit exits with concussion-like symptoms
Twins catcher Ryan Doumit left Wednesday's game against the Royals with concussion-like symptoms, and is expected to be placed on the seven-day concussion disabled list, according to assistant general manager Rob Antony.
8/7/2013 | Harvey hurls four-hit shutout for first complete game
Manager Terry Collins knows his job is to mold Matt Harvey's star within the confines of pitch counts and innings limits. So despite a litany of reasons why he might not have let Harvey finish off his first career shutout Wednesday night -- a four-hit, 5-0 masterpiece over the Rockies -- Collins stuck with his ace.
8/7/2013 | Myers makes first start in center field
Rays rookie Wil Myers made his first start at center field in the Majors on Wednesday night, recording three putouts before exiting in the seventh inning with asthma-related symptoms.
8/7/2013 | Navarro leaves game in seventh with ankle injury
Cubs catcher Dioner Navarro was taken off the field on a cart after a collision at home plate with the Phillies' Chase Utley in the seventh inning on Wednesday at Citizens Bank Park.
8/7/2013 | Compton UYA wins Palomino World Series
The Compton Urban Youth Academy used home field to great advantage Sunday, when it defeated a team from Puerto Rico to win the Palomino World Series. The 19-and-under event started Aug. 1 and ended Sunday, when the Compton UYA earned a 3-1 win over Puerto Rico in the title game.
8/7/2013 | Infante scratched from rehab game due to ankle
Omar Infante was scratched from his rehab start for Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday night with soreness in his previously sprained left ankle. Whether it's a day-to-day situation or something that sets him back a little longer remains to be seen.
8/7/2013 | Frasor rising to occasion in first pennant race
The Rangers entered Wednesday one game behind the Athletics in the American League West. Perhaps nobody appreciates their position more than veteran reliever Jason Frasor, who has appeared in 567 games since 2004 but has yet to taste the postseason.
8/7/2013 | Tigers push streak to 11 with win in 14th inning
Prince Fielder delivered a go-ahead two-run double in the 14th inning as the Tigers beat the Indians, 6-5, on Wednesday night at Progressive Field to extend their winning streak to 11 games.
8/7/2013 | Aviles dubs Indians bench the 'Goon Squad'
The Indians' bench has played an important role in the team's turnaround this season. The group has produced to the point that it has been in need of a good nickname.
8/7/2013 | Despite bruised right elbow, Miller may not miss turn
Four hours after taking a liner off his right elbow, Cardinals rookie right-hander Shelby Miller felt encouraged enough about his early progress that he refused to rule out making his next start. He was diagnosed with a bruised elbow, and X-rays were negative.
8/7/2013 | Nieves thriving with regular starts for D-backs
Veteran catcher Wil Nieves, who is seeing increased playing time with Miguel Montero sidelined, is swinging a hot bat for the D-backs.
8/7/2013 | Trout wields elite resume on 22nd birthday
Angels outfielder Mike Trout turned 22 on Wednesday with a long list of age-related accomplishments that is reserved for a who's who of Major League Baseball history.
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