8/6/2013 | All the right moves: Sox stage huge rally vs. Astros
The Red Sox pounded out 15 hits and scored their second highest run total of the season en route to a 15-10 victory over the Astros on Tuesday night.
8/6/2013 | Wobbly Sale strong enough to deny Yanks
Talk about a strange storyline from the White Sox 3-2 victory over the Yankees on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Ace left-hander Chris Sale, who had issued 31 free passes in 142 innings entering the contest, walked four, hit a batter and threw a wild pitch, but he did just enough to come away with a win.
8/6/2013 | Pagan should return at start of September
Giants manager Bruce Bochy offered an update on injured outfielder Angel Pagan on Tuesday, saying the productive leadoff man is expected to be back in San Francisco by Sept. 1.
8/6/2013 | Defense, double hustle give Mets edge in win
Eric Young Jr.'s diving grab preserved the tie and allowed the Mets to take a 3-2 victory on the hustle of Young and Juan Lagares in the eighth.
8/6/2013 | O's to skip Feldman's next scheduled start
The Orioles will skip the next turn for right-hander Scott Feldman, a move that will keep the rest of the starting rotation more on schedule and give manager Buck Showalter another potential long reliever this week.
8/6/2013 | Harrison's heroics give Bucs walk-off win in opener
Josh Harrison, who has ridden the Indianapolis-to-Pittsburgh shuttle all season, led off the bottom of the ninth with his first career pinch-hit homer, giving the Bucs a 4-3 victory over the Miami Marlins in front of 27,980 in PNC Park.
8/6/2013 | By the dozen: Braves run winning streak to 12
Julio Teheran stood tall over six strong innings and Evan Gattis delivered a clutch two-run single that enabled the Braves to notch their 12th consecutive victory with Tuesday night's 2-1 win over the Nationals at Nationals Park.
8/6/2013 | Cabrera delivers emotional bilingual pregame speech
In a closed clubhouse meeting, shortstop Everth Cabrera addressed the Padres prior to Tuesday's game against the Orioles with words that the players described as emotional.
8/6/2013 | Happ feels good, ready to go on Wednesday
If there are any lingering doubts about Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ returning to the mound, they aren't coming from him.
8/6/2013 | Home-plate umpire hit on jaw, exits Mets' tilt
Home-plate umpire Manny Gonzalez left Tuesday's game between the Mets and Rockies at Citi Field in the top of the sixth inning after being struck on the jaw by a foul ball.
8/6/2013 | Daniels: PED issue complicates player evaluation
One of the real challenges for Major League executives in acquiring talent is evaluating the possible use of performance-enhancing drugs by players of interest. Rangers manager Jon Daniels said that is a struggle for everybody.
8/6/2013 | GM: A-Rod an upgrade, but eye's on market
Whatever the benefit may be, general manager Brian Cashman is expecting the Yankees' lineup with third baseman Alex Rodriguez to be better than it was without him.
8/6/2013 | Miley in control, continues reign over Rays
In a repeat performance from last Wednesday, Wade Miley shut down one of the hottest teams in baseball, baffling the Rays over seven dominant innings while Cody Ross kept swinging a hot bat in a 6-1 victory at Chase Field.
8/6/2013 | Harper passes Griffey for homers before age 21
With his 17th home run of the season and 39th of his career, Bryce Harper moved past Ken Griffey Jr. into third place on the list of players with the most homers before their 21st birthday. Only Mel Ott (61) and Tony Conigliaro (56).
8/6/2013 | Quintana reflects on lessons from suspension
The topic of Jose Quintana's 2007 suspension is brought up to the affable 23-year-old, and the left-handed hurler attacks the subject much like he did the Yankees during Monday night's 8-1 White Sox victory at U.S. Cellular Field.
8/6/2013 | Lavarnway finds redemption following wild first
Red Sox right-hander Steven Wright, making his first Major League start, threw his knuckleball well enough Tuesday night that the Houston Astros had trouble hitting it. Unfortunately, catcher Ryan Lavarnway had trouble catching it.
8/6/2013 | Benches clear in DC after Harper gets plunked
The Nationals and Braves were involved in a near fracas on Tuesday night at Nationals Park. With one out in the bottom of the fifth inning and Anthony Rendon on second base, Braves right-hander Julio Teheran hit Bryce Harper -- who had homered in the third -- with a pitch on his right leg. Both benches and bullpens emptied, but no punches were thrown.
8/6/2013 | Montero taking it slow in recovery from back strain
D-backs catcher Miguel Montero had an epidural injection in his lower back Friday and rested through the weekend before returning to the training room Tuesday.
8/6/2013 | Kelly, Cards beat Kershaw, halt LA's road win streak
Behind a spark from the bottom of the batting order, a late-inning burst of power and assistance from an active infield, the Cardinals squashed the Dodgers' string of 15 straight road wins with a 5-1 victory on Tuesday night. Joe Kelly earned the win, allowing one run in 5 1/3 innings to narrowly outduel Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw.
8/6/2013 | Hanley day to day, no plans for MRI on shoulder
Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said Tuesday that shortstop Hanley Ramirez is day to day with a jammed right shoulder and that the Dodgers have no immediate plans for Ramirez to have an MRI.
8/6/2013 | Kendrick avoids major injury to knee
The Angels don't know how long they will be without Howie Kendrick, but they received some good news about the second baseman's injured left knee on Tuesday.
8/6/2013 | Nationals call up Roark, send Cedeno to Triple-A
Tanner Roark knew on Sunday that he would soon be leaving Triple-A Syracuse to join the Nationals, but he was told to keep the news quiet. He told his parents and his fiancee, but otherwise was forced to wait until the move was officially announced. That moment came on Tuesday, when the team optioned reliever Xavier Cedeno to Syracuse and transferred Ross Detwiler to the 60-day disabled list to make room for Roark on the 40-man roster.
8/6/2013 | Halos call up No. 3 prospect Green
Infielder Grant Green, the Angels' No. 3 prospect, was called up from Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday, one day after second baseman Howie Kendrick sustained a hyperextended left knee.
8/6/2013 | Jones lifts O's, Norris in San Diego homecoming
San Diego native Adam Jones homered on four hits and drove in a pair of runs while Bud Norris worked out of multiple jams in six innings to win his second straight start since being traded to the Orioles last week, as Baltimore defeated the Padres, 4-1, on Tuesday.
8/6/2013 | Harrison becomes first line of defense
Matt Harrison received a promotion on Tuesday. He is now next in line for succession to the Rangers rotation in case of injury now that Colby Lewis is sidelined for the rest of the season because of his impending hip surgery.
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