7/27/2012 | Eovaldi to make Marlins debut vs. former NL West foe
The Marlins hope to get some early returns on the Hanley Ramirez trade when righty Nathan Eovaldi makes his first start for Miami on Saturday.
7/27/2012 | Zimmermann aims to continue his quality season
Jordan Zimmermann, who leads the league with 18 quality starts, heads to the mound as the Nationals take on Randy Wolf and the Brewers on Saturday at Miller Park.
7/26/2012 | Scherzer helps Tigers restore order in Cleveland
Max Scherzer's seven innings allowed five runs off Derek Lowe to stand in a 5-3 Tigers victory Wednesday night at Progressive Field.
7/26/2012 | A's stay hot with huge inning, shutout of Blue Jays
The A's collected their seventh straight win with a 16-0 drubbing of the Blue Jays in Toronto on Wednesday night.
7/26/2012 | Rangers ride another strong start past Red Sox
Elvis Andrus scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch by Josh Beckett as the Rangers beat the Red Sox, 5-3, on Wednesday night at the Ballpark in Arlington.
7/26/2012 | Leave it to Drew: Reds win seven in a row
With Cincinnati trailing by a run in the ninth and facing Astros closer Francisco Cordero, Drew Stubbs drove in Xavier Paul and Brandon Phillips with a two-out double to give the Reds a one-run lead. Jay Bruce brought Stubbs home with a single and Aroldis Chapman finished off a 5-3 victory, the Reds' seventh in a row.
7/26/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Wed., July 25
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out.
7/26/2012 | Cards walk off on Furcal's single in 12th inning
Rafael Furcal's walk-off single in the 12th inning on Wednesday gave the Cardinals a 3-2 win at Busch Stadium, their second consecutive win over the Dodgers.
7/26/2012 | Walk-off loss spoils Hanley's strong LA debut
Hanley Ramirez had two hits and an RBI Wednesday night in his debut for the Dodgers, who also wasted a strong start from Aaron Harang in a 3-2 walk-off loss to the Cards in 12 innings.
7/26/2012 | Rockies end road trip on high note behind Francis
Jeff Francis kept Arizona's offense at bay for six-plus effective innings to lead Colorado to a 4-2 victory on Wednesday, avoiding a three-game sweep.
7/26/2012 | Roberts makes triumphant debut with Rays
Just before 5 p.m. ET, third baseman Ryan Roberts was unpacking his bags and preparing to make his first start as a member of the Rays. Just before 8 p.m., he was circling the bags and touching home plate, celebrating his first home run in a new uniform.
7/26/2012 | Reddick climbs fence to make amazing catch
Right fielder Josh Reddick entered superhero mode in the second inning Wednesday in Toronto, scaling the fence in right field, holding onto it with his right hand and making the grab of Travis Snider's near-homer with his left.
7/26/2012 | Mathis pitches ninth to help save Toronto's bullpen
Catcher Jeff Mathis was charged with two runs on three hits after also pitching a scoreless inning earlier this year at Texas.
7/26/2012 | Cards vie for series win vs. revamped Dodgers
The Cardinals and Jake Westbrook go for a series win against the newly restocked Dodgers in the finale of a four-game series on Thursday in St. Louis.
7/26/2012 | Bucs hit road looking to take care of business
The Pirates begin a critical 10-game road trip in Houston on Thursday, with A.J. Burnett squaring off against Dallas Keuchel in the opener at Minute Maid Park.
7/26/2012 | Phils remain topic of trade buzz after Hamels deal
It's now five days until baseball's non-waiver Trade Deadline, and trade talk is the one topic that dominates the game these days. Clubs are finally gaining some clarity as to whether they're buyers or sellers, and it seems there's a significant move just about every day.
7/26/2012 | Some Deadline deals lead to titles; many don't
Recent history informs us that the Cards' stunning success with its Deadline imports was the exception, not the rule. Major Deadline trades only occasionally turn out to be pivotal in producing championships.
7/26/2012 | Castrovince: Dombrowski unafraid to make deals
To grade the trade Tigers president and GM Dave Dombrowski made this week is premature. But in an environment made all the more costly and competitive by the second Wild Card slots, they acted swiftly to plug their holes and put themselves in a better competitive situation for an all-in season.
7/26/2012 | Buy or sell? Red Sox could go either way
With the Trade Deadline looming, Boston's upcoming weekend series against the Yankees could determine general manager Ben Cherington's strategy.
7/26/2012 | With Hamels inked, Phils set sight on making push
The Phillies have won four straight games in their final at bat, and eight of 11 overall, but general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. still is not sure about his plans for the Trade Deadline.
7/26/2012 | MLB Notebook: Hanson's unusual path to win
Braves starter Tommy Hanson surrendered just one run in five innings Wednesday in a 7-1 win over the Marlins despite issuing seven walks and allowing seven stolen bases.
7/26/2012 | Relocated players continue charitable endeavors
Non-profit organizations are affected when a player leaves a city. Inevitably, one community gains. The trick is trying to keep the community being left behind from being, well, left behind.
7/26/2012 | Shields not worrying about trade rumors
James Shields isn't thinking about how Thursday's start may have been his last in a Rays uniform.
7/26/2012 | Patience paying off for A's Carter
Chris Carter's home run-hitting ways are becoming the norm in Oakland these days. So, too, is his ability to take a free pass.
7/26/2012 | Brewers activate Lucroy, designate Kottaras
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy was back on the active roster and in the starting lineup on Thursday after spending nearly two months on the disabled list, and was asked on his first day back whether he felt like he was too late.
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