9/19/2012 | Braves win 21st straight started by mighty Medlen
Kris Medlen's magical run as a starter continued Wednesday at Marlins Park as he pitched eight shutout innings and struck out six in the Braves' 3-0 win against the Marlins.
9/19/2012 | Ichiro's fourth hit gives Yanks a lead they keep
The "Ich-i-ro" chants started at Yankee Stadium before Ichiro Suzuki recorded his seventh hit of the day, but they reached a crescendo after the veteran outfielder drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning of the Yankees' 2-1 nightcap win over the Blue Jays, giving New York victories on both ends of Wednesday's day-night doubleheader.
9/19/2012 | Washington, Yu have had productive meetings
Three times this season Ron Washington has had personal meetings with Yu Darvish that the Rangers' manager believes have been mutually beneficial.
9/19/2012 | MLB to wait and see on NL batting title
Melky Cabrera looks to be headed toward winning the National League batting title, and while not leaning toward unprecedented action that would overturn that achievement, Commissioner Bud Selig said Wednesday that Major League Baseball is taking a wait-and-see approach.
9/19/2012 | At this point, it's surprising to see A's lose
Despite the three losses, the A's are still in position for an American League Wild Card berth.
9/19/2012 | Top pitching prospect Odorizzi may debut Sunday
Jake Odorizzi, the Royals' top pitching prospect, is likely to make his Major League debut on Sunday afternoon against Cleveland at Kauffman Stadium.
9/19/2012 | Pujols returns after missing game to be with family
Albert Pujols' wife, Deidre, gave birth to the couple's fifth child, and third daughter, on Sunday. But this was the first time she had been in labor during Pujols' baseball season.
9/19/2012 | Berkman isn't biting on possible return to Astros
Lance Berkman has heard suggestions he could wind up back with the Astros next season to serve as their designated hitter in their first year in the American League. The Cardinals first baseman is currently on the shelf following knee surgery.
9/19/2012 | Backed by Willingham, Hendriks earns elusive win
Josh Willingham hit his 35th home run as part of a four-hit, four-RBI night and Liam Hendriks went six strong innings for his first big league win as the Twins topped the Indians, 6-4, on Wednesday at Progressive Field.
9/19/2012 | In first alone, Yankees eye fifth straight win
The Yankees, who took sole possession of first place over the Orioles in the American League East on Wednesday, will ask Phil Hughes to complete a three-game sweep of the visiting Blue Jays on Thursday night.
9/19/2012 | Right oblique strain for A's Anderson after tumble
A's lefty Brett Anderson threw just 48 pitches in his start against the Tigers on Wednesday before exiting with one out in the third with a right oblique strain.
9/19/2012 | D-backs decide not to promote Bauer from Triple-A
In the end, the D-backs decided not to recall right-hander Trevor Bauer after Reno won the Triple-A Championship on Tuesday night.
9/19/2012 | D-backs rally past Padres to stay in Wild Card race
Delivering the game-tying triple into the gap then scoring the game-winning run moments later on a balk, Eaton led the D-backs to a 6-2 victory over the Padres for the team's third consecutive win. Delivering the game-tying triple into the gap then scoring the game-winning run moments later on a balk, Adam Eaton led the D-backs to a 6-2 victory over the Padres for the team's third consecutive win.
9/19/2012 | Injured Cashner shut down for rest of season
The Padres have decided to shut down starting pitcher Andrew Cashner for the remainder of the season.
9/19/2012 | Sandoval's big game cuts Giants' magic number to 5
Pablo Sandoval ended a prolonged home-run drought while collecting three hits Wednesday night to lead the Giants past the Colorado Rockies, 7-1.
9/19/2012 | Twins aim to cap season series with sweep of Tribe
Esmerling Vasquez will try to pitch the Twins to a sweep of the Indians on Thursday at Progressive Field. Corey Kluber is set to get the call for the Tribe.
9/19/2012 | Darvish, Greinke set for duel in series finale
Few pitchers in the Majors are throwing as well as Yu Darvish and Zack Greinke are right now. But only one of their teams will leave with a win as they take the mound to close out a three-game series between the Rangers and Angels on Thursday.
9/19/2012 | Zito looks to inch Giants closer to playoff berth
Barry Zito will try to keep the Giants' hot streak going against the Rockies on Thursday. Colorado will send left-hander Jorge De La Rosa to the hill in his first start since last season.
9/19/2012 | Berkman isn't conceding he's done for season
While a 2012 return still remains unlikely and unexpected following knee surgery, Cardinals first baseman Lance Berkman on Wednesday refused to rule out the possibility of returning to action.
9/19/2012 | Ciriaco to get another look in outfield
How can Pedro Ciriaco be even more valuable than he already is to the Red Sox going forward? By getting more comfortable in the outfield.
9/19/2012 | Rios continues to deliver when it counts
Alex Rios' homer in the seventh inning of Tuesday's 3-2 win was the eighth lead-changing homer he has hit in the sixth inning or later in a season that has seen the White Sox outfielder bounce back in a big way.
9/19/2012 | Aceves stays upbeat despite demotion in 'pen
A vital member of the Red Sox's pitching staff in 2011, and for a large portion of this season, Alfredo Aceves has drifted into an unfamiliar place -- near irrelevance.
9/19/2012 | Braves tinkering with ideas for playoff rotation
With the Braves inching closer to a postseason berth, manager Fredi Gonzalez has a big decision looming. Who will be Atlanta's No. 1 starter in the playoffs?
9/19/2012 | Alive in Wild Card race, D-backs look to sweep Padres
The D-backs will send young Tyler Skaggs to the mound with a chance of completing a sweep of the Padres on Thursday and earn their fourth straight win.
9/19/2012 | Israel victorious in Classic debut over South Africa
Team Israel rode two solo homers from first baseman Nate Freiman and a late push against South Africa's bullpen to a big win, giving the country its first Classic victory and breathing further confidence into an already upbeat, talented group.
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