8/23/2016 | Rosario, Smith among top prospect performers Tuesday
Amed Rosario and Dominic Smith proved worthy of their elite prospect rankings as the duo led Double-A Binghamton to a 9-1 victory over Hartford on Tuesday night.
8/23/2016 | Holland's 'tremendous' return goes unrewarded
Just about everything turned out great for Derek Holland on Tuesday at Great American Ball Park. He was pitching in front of family and friends in his native state, he was effective in his first outing in two months and he had his first Major League hit. All that was missing was a victory.
8/23/2016 | Mookie's missile nabs speedy Kiermaier
It wasn't the accuracy that surprised Mookie Betts. He'd been an infielder and knew how to make pinpoint throws. What surprised him, and what even he didn't know he could do, was throw the ball as far as he did.
8/23/2016 | Rodon rolls on as White Sox pound Phillies
Carlos Rodon went from May 23 to Aug. 11 without a victory, but factoring in his 6 2/3-inning shutout performance during a 9-1 trouncing of the Phillies on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field, the White Sox hurler has gone four straight starts without a setback.
8/23/2016 | Two HRs, solid Anibal keep Tigers in Wild hunt
8/23/2016 | Ruggiano's HR longest by Met in Statcast era
It's a trivia question worthy of any bar or break room: Which Met hit the longest home run since Statcast™ began keeping track at the start of the 2015 season?
8/23/2016 | Blanco lands on DL with right shoulder injury
Ailing virtually all season, Giants outfielder Gregor Blanco finally yielded to the pain Tuesday and went on the 15-day disabled list with a right shoulder injury.
8/23/2016 | Davis hits 30th, but small ball big in O's rout of Nats
The Orioles have relied on a simple formula for most of the season, trying to outslug their opponents. But they deviated from the norm Tuesday night, tallying their first seven runs without a homer in combination with six shutout innings from starter Kevin Gausman to beat the Nationals, 8-1.
8/23/2016 | Buchholz fans 9 as Sox stay in first place
In what may be his final start with Steven Wright set to rejoin the Red Sox's starting rotation, Clay Buchholz turned in a stellar outing against the Rays on Tuesday night.
8/23/2016 | Anderson, Kazmir injuries add to Dodgers' woes
With starting pitchers Brett Anderson (blister) and Scott Kazmir (neck inflammation) on the disabled list, the Dodgers will continue to pencil in their most used name this season: TBD.
8/23/2016 | Dickey guts out win to continue strong August
The Blue Jays' rotation has been a major strength all season, and it has the potential to be even better with a consistent final stretch from R.A. Dickey.
8/23/2016 | Russell a Gold Glove SS? Maddon thinks so
Cubs manager Joe Maddon presented Addison Russell with a bottle of wine on Tuesday as a token of appreciation for his play in the series opener. Maddon hopes to give the shortstop a gift later this season if Russell wins a Gold Glove for his defensive play.
8/23/2016 | Culberson, Avilan, Stripling are LA's latest reinforcements
The Dodgers made another flurry of roster moves prior to Tuesday night's showdown series opener against the Giants, including placing starting pitchers Brett Anderson (finger blister) and Scott Kazmir (neck injury) on the 15-day disabled list and optioning reliever Josh Fields to Triple-A Oklahoma City. Infielder Charlie Culberson, reliever Luis Avilan and swing man Ross Stripling were recalled from Triple-A.
8/23/2016 | Lynn pitching in Majors this year unlikely
Though he'll be throwing about 50 pitches in a rehab assignment start with Double-A Springfield on Wednesday, Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn, who is little more than nine months removed from Tommy John surgery, characterized his chances of a late-season return as "very slim."
8/23/2016 | Cishek regains form following stint on DL
Safeco Field's lights don't dim and music doesn't blast every time Steve Cishek enters the game anymore. The win isn't on the line every time he jogs out from the bullpen. But since the former closer came off the 15-day disabled list, he has looked as good as ever.
8/23/2016 | Yankees have reached out to Gooden
The Yankees are ready to help one of their own.
8/23/2016 | Adams closest of injured Cards to returning
Eleven players still crowd the Cardinals' disabled list, though there are signs of progress that leave the club optimistic of several late returns.
8/23/2016 | Jackie Robinson Highway unveiled in Pasadena
A stretch of Interstate 210 in Pasadena was officially named after Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson on Tuesday.
8/23/2016 | Lawrie back with club, not ready for action
Brett Lawrie was back in the White Sox clubhouse Tuesday but not ready to suit up for the team.
8/23/2016 | Niese lands on DL; Gsellman to rotation?
Jonathon Niese's night was as ineffective as it was brief. Robert Gsellman saved him and the Mets in his big league debut. In the process, Gsellman appears to have taken over Niese's job.
8/23/2016 | Miller's next start may be with D-backs
D-backs manager Chip Hale is not dismissing the notion that Shelby MIller's next start could be back in the Majors.
8/23/2016 | Combating Miller's slider not an easy task
Through nine appearances for the Indians, Andrew Miller has a 1.69 ERA with 16 strikeouts and one walk in 10 2/3 innings. Overall this year, Miller has fashioned a 1.45 ERA in 53 games, during which he has piled up 93 strikeouts against eight walks over 56 innings.
8/23/2016 | Walker's wife gives birth to daughter
Congratulations were in order Tuesday for Mets second baseman Neil Walker and his wife, who welcomed a baby girl, Nora Vail Walker, into the world at 3:06 a.m. ET.
8/23/2016 | Hamilton reaches 22 mph on diving catch
Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton has made a lot of fantastic catches this season -- often it seems when Dan Straily is pitching. But Hamilton may have topped himself on Tuesday against the Rangers. How good was it? It had Straily hopping up and down laughing and covering his face.
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