7/20/2014 | Nats take series from Crew on Werth's walk-off double
Jayson Werth's walk-off RBI double in the ninth inning gave the Nationals a 5-4 victory over the Brewers at Nationals Park on Sunday afternoon.
7/20/2014 | Marte comes off bench to hit after missing two starts
Starling Marte came off the bench and pinch-hit in the sixth inning Sunday. It was noteworthy because it was his first action after being held out of the Pirates' starting lineup two consecutive games as he dealt with head trauma from a fastball he took off the helmet Friday night.
7/20/2014 | McCutchen's clutch hit helps Pirates sweep Rockies
The Bucs came from behind for the third time in as many games and beat Colorado, 5-3, Sunday afternoon at PNC Park. Andrew McCutchen's RBI single in the seventh was the difference, and it was actually the earliest of the Pirates' three game-winning hits in the series.
7/20/2014 | Return to field could come soon for Beltran
Carlos Beltran could start a throwing program soon as he tries to work his way back to playing the outfield, a return Joe Girardi would welcome, as it would allow him to give some regulars partial rest with a turn at DH.
7/20/2014 | Veteran Kuroda the last starter standing
When Hiroki Kuroda took the mound for the series finale against the Reds, he did so as the only starter remaining from the Opening Day rotation. Ironically, he's also the oldest, at 39.
7/20/2014 | Jocketty targeting a bat as Trade Deadline nears
The Reds' lineup is missing two of its best hitters, with Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips on the disabled list, and Jay Bruce has been enduring a subpar season at the plate. Therefore, as the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline quickly approaches, Walt Jocketty is looking to add offense.
7/20/2014 | Bailey confident he'll be ready for next start
Homer Bailey, whose recent start was cut short by a slightly strained right knee, feels as though he's all set to go for his next outing, on Tuesday.
7/20/2014 | Today's MLB starting lineups: July 20
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
7/20/2014 | Two aces reign in this Game of Thrones
Neither Felix Hernandez nor Garrett Richards were around when the Mariners beat the Angels, 3-2, in 12 inning Saturday night. But, says MLB.com's Lyle Spencer, both starters put on a show of excellence.
7/20/2014 | Mariners hold off Angels in extras to even series
Back-to-back, 12th-inning doubles by Kyle Seager and Logan Morrison off Angels reliever Joe Thatcher propelled the Mariners to a 3-2 victory Saturday night in the latest marathon at Angel Stadium.
7/20/2014 | Big hits back Wood's excellent start to take series
Tommy La Stella capped a four-run third with a bases-loaded double that was more than enough for starter Alex Wood, who held the Phillies in check as the Braves cruised to an 8-2 victory on a rainy Sunday afternoon at Turner Field.
7/20/2014 | Scherzer battles past pregame neck spasms
Max Scherzer threw a season-high 118 pitches Saturday night. For a minute, it was questionable whether he'd throw one. That's how serious of a concern the Tigers had about neck spasms that flared up as he was warming in the bullpen.
7/19/2014 | Weeks' missing helmet leads to dugout confusion
Scooter Gennett's stiff leg and Rickie Weeks' missing helmet combined for a confusing moment in the eighth inning of Saturday's 8-3 loss to the Nationals.
7/19/2014 | Jones, O's jump on ex-teammate Hammel, drub A's
The Orioles scored four first-inning runs off Jason Hammel on Saturday en route to an 8-4 victory at the Coliseum. Adam Jones, the third batter of the night, smacked a three-run homer, and he tied a career high with five RBIs.
7/19/2014 | Three homers, Ross' zeros take care of Mets
Tyson Ross delivered an All-Star-worthy performance and the Padres launched three solo home runs to stifle the Mets, 6-0, on Saturday and even the series.
7/19/2014 | Big knocks from Dickerson, Santana key Game 2 win
On Saturday night, Chris Dickerson continued to deliver for his new club, launching a pair of home runs to help power the Tribe to a 5-2 victory over the Tigers in the nightcap of a doubleheader.
7/19/2014 | Middlebrooks working his way back at Triple-A
Red Sox infielder Will Middlebrooks -- in his latest rehab stint -- played third base and went 2-for-4 in Pawtucket's 3-1 victory over the Buffalo Bisons on Saturday night at McCoy Stadium.
7/19/2014 | Bullpen seals the deal for White Sox
After Hector Noesi worked six innings, the White Sox bullpen squashed the Astros' comeback bid in a 4-3 victory Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Tyler Flowers knocked in the game-winner with a fifth-inning double.
7/19/2014 | Hudson extends winning streak over Marlins
Tim Hudson extended his winning streak over the Marlins to six games, as he held the Fish to one run in 7 1/3 innings in the Giants' 5-3 victory at Marlins Park on Saturday.
7/19/2014 | Street thrilled to be with playoff contender
Huston Street, acquired from San Diego by the Angels on Friday night in a six-player trade, has not played on a winning team since 2010 with the Rockies, but assumes the closer's role on the second-best team in baseball.
7/19/2014 | Machado not bothered by boos in Oakland
Manny Machado has heard constant boos since the Orioles arrived at O.co Coliseum on Friday, but O's manager Buck Showalter believes the 22-year-old third baseman is handling himself well -- and perhaps even using the heckling to fuel him.
7/19/2014 | Ross OK after exiting early with left calf tightness
Cody Ross left Saturday's 9-3 victory over the Cubs before the top of the third inning with tightness in his left calf. After the game, manager Kirk Gibson said Ross' injury wasn't severe and it should not keep him out for long.
7/19/2014 | Walker struggles with command in rehab
Right-hander Taijuan Walker, 21, possibly the next piece in completing the Mariners' second-half rotation, went five innings Friday in a victory for Triple-A Tacoma, but needed 90 pitches to do so.
7/19/2014 | All-Star Tulowitzki leaves game with left leg cramp
A Rockies team that has seen far too many of its top players leave the field injured was left holding its breath Saturday night, after All-Star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki left with a cramp in his left thigh after grounding out to end the fourth inning against the Pirates.
7/19/2014 | Padres mark the anniversary of Gwynn's debut
On July 19, 1982, Anthony Keith Gwynn Sr. made his Major League debut for the Padres, a debut that, naturally included a base hit -- two of them, in fact.
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