7/3/2013 | Seager powers Mariners past Rangers in extras
Felix Hernandez held the Rangers in check for seven innings Wednesday and Kyle Seager put the Mariners over the top with a two-run homer in the 10th inning as Seattle won its second straight over Texas, 4-2.
7/3/2013 | Cardinals pummel streaking Angels
A tweaked Cardinals batting order erupted for 12 runs -- with Matt Carpenter, Jon Jay and Yadier Molina combining for eight hits and seven RBIs -- to back a solid outing from Shelby Miller, who picked up his ninth win in Wednesday night's rout of the Angels.
7/3/2013 | Puig listed as day to day after bruising left hip
Yasiel Puig is listed as day to day after suffering a bruised left hip and thigh making an off-balance catch of Nolan Arenado's line drive with no outs and runners on first and second in the bottom of the fifth inning. X-rays were negative.
7/3/2013 | Carter's two homers lift Astros behind Norris
Chris Carter drove in four on two massive home runs, and Houston rode Bud Norris the rest of the way to a 4-1 victory over Tampa Bay on Wednesday at Minute Maid Park.
7/3/2013 | Nolasco ignores rumors, hits 1,000 K's in win
With rumors swirling that he will soon be traded, Ricky Nolasco instead remained focused on the moment and reached a milestone in the process. Nolasco struck out seven and gave up two runs in seven innings on Wednesday night, and the Marlins rallied to beat the Braves, 6-3, at a rain-soaked Turner Field.
7/3/2013 | Camp designated, Rusin optioned for Strop, Guerrier
Pedro Strop and Matt Guerrier joined the Cubs on Wednesday at O.co Coliseum, taking the roster spots of Shawn Camp and Chris Rusin.
7/3/2013 | Tigers upset with Rasmus for takeout slide
The Tigers breathed a sigh of relief when they found out Omar Infante sustained only a bruised shin in Wednesday's 6-2 win over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. They were still breathing fire about the slide that caused it.
7/3/2013 | Dealing Scherzer baffles Blue Jays, rolls to 13-0
Max Scherzer fanned eight over 6 1/3 innings to become the first 13-0 hurler since 1986 as the Tigers topped the Blue Jays, 6-2, on Wednesday at Rogers Centre.
7/3/2013 | Gomes delivers win for Red Sox with walk-off HR
Jonny Gomes belted another walk-off homer on Wednesday night at Fenway Park, leading the Red Sox to a 2-1 victory over the Padres.
7/3/2013 | Ogando to make rehab start Saturday at Triple-A
Alexi Ogando is scheduled to make a rehab assignment Saturday for Triple-A Round Rock. Ogando will throw about 45 pitches in the start against Omaha.
7/3/2013 | Berkman to donate fire truck to city of West
Lance Berkman, with the help of the of the City of Arlington Fire Department, will donate a fire truck to the West Volunteer Fire Department Saturday during the City of West Night at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
7/3/2013 | Straily to start Thursday, Parker pushed to Saturday
Jarrod Parker won't start on Thursday as planned, but the A's do have the right-hander penciled in for Saturday's game in Kansas City, giving him a few extra days to rest his tight right hamstring. In Parker's place, righty Dan Straily will be recalled from Triple-A Sacramento on Thursday to pitch against the Cubs.
7/3/2013 | Ibanez reaches home run milestone
When Mariners left fielder Raul Ibanez cranked his 20th home run of the season in the first inning of Tuesday's 9-2 victory over the Rangers, he became the oldest player in Major League history to hit 20 homers before the All-Star break.
7/3/2013 | Jennings comfortable at top of Rays' lineup
Desmond Jennings has hit at the top of the Rays' batting order against lefties, but it is a role he is comfortable with anytime. It is where he hit his 10th homer of the season and drove in four runs Tuesday.
7/3/2013 | Garza outduels Colon for third straight win
With trade rumors continually swirling around him, Matt Garza continues to dominate on the mound. He won his third straight start Wednesday in Oakland, allowing one run on four hits in eight innings as the Cubs beat the A's, 3-1.
7/3/2013 | Delgado's best work ends D-backs' slide
Randall Delgado outdueled Matt Harvey as the D-backs beat the Mets to snap Arizona's five-game losing streak. Delgado (1-2) picked up the first win by a D-backs starting pitcher since June 5, a span of 24 starts.
7/3/2013 | Bailey celebrates quietly after no-hitter
Homer Bailey was a little tired when he came to Great American Ball Park on Wednesday afternoon, but it wasn't because he stayed up all night celebrating his second no-hitter in the last 10 months.
7/3/2013 | Choo's son ends up in no-no celebration
Before Homer Bailey was showered with a red sports drink after being mobbed by all of his teammates following the last out of his no-hitter Tuesday, he was greeted by Shin-Soo Choo's 8-year-old son, Alan. Bailey gave him a double low-five, and the celebration continued.
7/3/2013 | Pain keeping Crowe from rehab assignment
Trevor Crowe will head to Florida on Thursday to begin rehabbing the AC joint in his right shoulder he sprained when he crashed into the outfield wall against Milwaukee on June 20. There was no set date for a rehab assignment, which Crowe said he expected to have after missing so many games.
7/3/2013 | Fowler hopeful hand injury will heal up soon
Twenty-four hours ago, Dexter Fowler's name was in the lineup and it appeared he would make his first start since June 25. But Fowler was a late scratch from the lineup, and soon after, Rockies manager Walt Weiss announced he was placed on the 15-day disabled list.
7/3/2013 | Casilla slated for possibly final rehab outing
Giants manager Bruce Bochy indicated Wednesday that right-hander Santiago Casilla, who has progressed steadily from right knee surgery, will be reinstated from the 15-day disabled list during the weekend or shortly afterward.
7/3/2013 | Gausman to remain in bullpen for time being
Orioles rookie Kevin Gausman pitched a scoreless eighth inning out of the bullpen in Tuesday's loss to the White Sox, and the right-hander figures to remain as a reliever, at least through the team's current road trip.
7/3/2013 | Rare day off for Goldschmidt earns ribbing
Paul Goldschmidt rarely gets days off, and given all the grief his D-backs teammates gave him for being out of the lineup Wednesday night, he probably would have rather played.
7/3/2013 | Injured Buchholz believes he has 'turned a corner'
Clay Buchholz hasn't pitched in a game for the Red Sox since June 8, but the ace right-hander finally feels he is making progress from the neck strain that put him on the disabled list.
7/3/2013 | Mets pushing pace on bases with Teufel at third
Third-base coach Tim Teufel is in his second season as Terry Collins' "get-on-home" guy, and he's doing his job effectively, squeezing all he can from the toothpaste tube that has appeared pretty flat for most of 80 games.
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