9/19/2012 | Ozzie to Chipper: Why are you retiring?
If you're hitting close to .300 with 14 home runs and 60 RBIs, obviously you can still play. So Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen has a question for Atlanta's Chipper Jones.
9/19/2012 | Hamilton, Beltre not in Rangers' lineup in Anaheim
The Rangers will be without Josh Hamilton and Adrian Beltre in the heart of their lineup on Wednesday night when they face former teammate C.J. Wilson and the Angels at Angel Stadium.
9/19/2012 | MLB.com Stars of the Game: Wed., Sept. 19
Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out.
9/19/2012 | Chen outduels Sale as KC snaps White Sox streak
Bruce Chen outdueled 17-game winner Chris Sale as the Royals snapped the American League Central-leading White Sox five-game winning streak with a 3-0 victory on Wednesday night in Kansas City.
9/19/2012 | Sale's trouble in KC tightens AL Central race
Chris Sale battled against the Royals once again on Wednesday, while the South Siders were shut down by Bruce Chen. The loss snapped the White Sox five-game winning streak and allowed the Tigers to close to within two games of the AL Central lead.
9/19/2012 | With Vitters at third, Cubs seek results, not style
The Cubs aren't worried about style points as far as how rookie Josh Vitters plays third base.
9/19/2012 | Chicago looks to solve KC's Guthrie as race heats up
The White Sox are leading the second-place Tigers by two games in American League Central, but one thing they haven't accomplished this season is finding a solution for the Royals' Jeremy Guthrie, whom they face in Thursday's finale in Kansas City.
9/19/2012 | Avila unavailable; Berry ready to go if needed
Catcher Alex Avila and outfielder Quintin Berry were out of the lineup for Wednesday night's game against the A's.
9/19/2012 | Next start in question, Scherzer 'taking it easy'
For now, Max Scherzer remains "questionable" for his next start after leaving Tuesday night's 12-2 win over the A's after two innings with right shoulder fatigue.
9/19/2012 | Maddon: Shelton not to blame for struggling offense
The Rays' offense has struggled this season, so naturally everybody looks for somebody to blame, and hitting coach Derek Shelton has taken the brunt of the finger pointing from fans and the media.
9/19/2012 | Chapman throws successful bullpen session
For the first time since he was shut down with left shoulder fatigue, Reds closer Aroldis Chapman threw in a side bullpen session on Wednesday. Chapman threw 25 pitches and reported no issues.
9/19/2012 | Baker hospitalized with irregular heartbeat
Reds manager Dusty Baker was hospitalized on Wednesday afternoon and diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat. He will remain in a local hospital overnight and have more tests performed on Thursday morning.
9/19/2012 | Surging Mauer making push for AL batting crown
Don't look now, but there's a familiar face creeping up the ranks to challenge for the American League battling title.
9/19/2012 | Playoffs in sight, Reds hope Cueto returns to form
The Reds hope Johnny Cueto can get back on track as they look to secure a playoff berth and march closer to the NL Central title with a sweep of the Cubs, who counter with Jason Berken.
9/19/2012 | Exercising caution, Walker heads back to bench
The uncertainty of what he is dealing with hit Neil Walker right in the face when he awoke on Wednesday. The morning after he felt "great, the best I've felt yet," he didn't feel well enough to risk remaining in the lineup for the second game of the series against the Brewers.
9/19/2012 | Reds work overtime, trim magic number to three
In a 6-5 victory over the Cubs in 11 innings, Joey Votto's run production drought ended and Drew Stubbs emerged from his lengthy funk to get three hits, including the game-winning RBI single in the top of the 11th.
9/19/2012 | Verlander's gritty effort helps Tigers gain ground
It wasn't easy for Justin Verlander, but he delivered six scoreless innings and the Tigers took full advantage in a 6-2 win over the A's at Comerica Park.
9/19/2012 | Facing uphill climb, A's fizzle in third straight loss
With yet another loss to the Tigers in the book on Wednesday -- a 6-2 defeat at the hands of Justin Verlander -- the A's were left speculating an even bigger one to their pitching staff.
9/19/2012 | After flirting with history, Anibal back to work
The Tigers already have swept five series at Comerica Park since the start of July. If they can collect No. 6 on Thursday afternoon against the A's, it would be a big one.
9/19/2012 | Howard's homer lets Phillies fans dream a little bit
While Ryan Howard's clutch two-run homer in the ninth inning Wednesday didn't get the Phillies closer to the second National League Wild Card spot, it was a badly needed win, and the kind of win that allows you to dream of making the playoffs.
9/19/2012 | As Phils chase Wild Card, Mets look to spoil plans
The Phillies continue their quest for a National League Wild Card berth Thursday night, going for a three-game sweep as rookie Tyler Cloyd opposes the Mets' Jeremy Hefner at Citi Field.
9/19/2012 | Howard's clutch blast in ninth gives Phils big win
With two outs in the ninth inning, Ryan Howard crushed a two-run homer to send the Phillies to a 3-2 win over the Mets on Wednesday night at Citi Field, keeping the Phillies four games behind the Cardinals for the second National League Wild Card.
9/19/2012 | Indians activate Hafner from 15-day disabled list
The Indians are giving Travis Hafner a chance to finish the season in the lineup -- not on the disabled list.
9/19/2012 | Dodgers cautious as Kershaw resumes throwing
One day after Clayton Kershaw's visit with a hip specialist yielded no new information, the Dodgers continued to not rule anything out regarding their young ace.
9/19/2012 | Back from DL, Pettitte keeps Yanks in first
In the first leg of a day-night doubleheader against the Blue Jays on Wednesday, Yankees manager Joe Girardi got five scoreless frames and 75 pitches from Andy Pettitte en route to a 4-2 win that snapped New York's tie atop the American League East with the Orioles.
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