The chance to make the playoffs is all but gone for the New York Mets. Reaching .500 has pretty much slipped away, too.
The wife of New York Yankees star Carlos Beltran has had a miscarriage, the player and the team said Wednesday night.
Christian Bethancourt's two-run single in the sixth inning provided the difference as Atlanta took down Washington by a 3-1 count in the finale of a three-game series.
Alex Cobb's worst inning in a long time started with Derek Jeter's first hit in a long time.
The Toronto Blue Jays staggered out of Camden Yards, their playoff chances whittled down to a mere mathematical possibility after a spirit-crushing sweep at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles.
The Detroit Tigers expected David Price to bolster their postseason chances when they traded for the 2012 Cy Young Award winner this summer.
Detroit led the AL Central by 6 1/2 games at the All-Star break and was in position to cruise into the postseason.
Rusney Castillo drilled a sharp grounder to second base and took off. Three seconds later the future of the Boston Red Sox was standing on first base.
Even in a loss, the Washington Nationals found more good news.
Before he touched first base, before he made a triumphant trot around the diamond in a 6-2 Royals victory, Lorenzo Cain allowed himself an indulgence. He peeked into the dugout. His teammates wore hoodies over their torsos and expressions of exhalation across their faces.
The Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 2-0 Wednesday at Busch Stadium, with Adam Wainwright securing his 19th win and Milwaukee's slipping a notch in the postseason picture.
Adam Wainwright is rounding back into the shape the St. Louis Cardinals have become accustomed to from their ace.
Perhaps the Royals are rousing from their offensive slumber at just the right time.
Facing a visiting lineup similar to that in a spring training game, rookie Kyle Hendricks scattered seven hits in seven innings for a 3-1 victory as the Cubs earned their first three-game sweep of the Reds at Wrigley Field since July 24-26, 2009.
BALTIMORE - The sweet smell of celebration - an odorous combination of champagne and beer - still lingered inside the home clubhouse of Camden Yards one day after the Orioles wrapped up the American League East title.
The Chicago Cubs' young hitters have received virtually all the attention late this summer. But it's been the organization's pitching prospects, led by Kyle Hendricks, who have experienced instant success in the big leagues.
Carlos Carrasco extended a string of solid pitching with his best start of the season.
The Baltimore Orioles had every right to experience a letdown just one night after clinching their first AL East title in 17 years.
The Braves ended their five-game losing streak but gained no ground in their longshot chase for the playoffs.
Steve Pearce homered twice as the Baltimore Orioles kept up with their winning ways on Wednesday with a 6-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.
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