Alex Cobb and two relievers combined on a four-hit shutout, while Brandon Guyer knocked in the lone run with his club's only hit as Tampa Bay edged Detroit by a 1-0 count in the finale of a three-game set.
Once again, Brandon McCarthy did a pretty nifty imitation of Masahiro Tanaka.
Seattle's Robinson Cano and the Los Angeles Angels' Albert Pujols will be among the players going to Japan in November for a five-game series against Japan's national team.
Mike Fiers walked around the clubhouse in a workout shirt featuring the patriotic shield of cartoon character Captain America on his chest.
The New York Yankees have called up infielder-outfielder Zelous Wheeler from the minors and sent right-hander Chase Whitely to Triple-A.
Robinson Cano, Adam Jones, Yasiel Puig and Albert Pujols are among the big league stars that will travel to Japan for a series of games this November.
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim haven't done much losing the past few weeks. But the loss they suffered on Wednesday could be the one that costs them a deep run in October.
Clayton Kershaw will get an earlier-than-expected chance at finding his way back into the win column as he gets the call on Thursday night in the finale of a three-game set between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres.
Already thrust into the middle of an intense playoff race, Detroit hurler David Price has conceded he may have trouble focusing against his former team on Thursday night.
The San Francisco Giants apparently doth not protest too much.
Julio Teheran tries to make it two straight wins on Thursday when the Atlanta Braves open a four-game set with the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park.
The New York Yankees are slowly falling out of playoff contention in the American League.
And to think, they've done it all without Gio Gonzalez.
Their rotation already depleted, the Los Angeles Dodgers are pushing back Zack Greinke's next start by two days.
The Los Angeles Angels huddled around first base Wednesday night as medical personnel tended to Garrett Richards, who lay on his back, writhing in so much pain that first baseman Albert Pujols, on one knee, held the pitcher's hand to comfort him.
The Dodgers trailed early again and Roberto Hernandez fell behind in pitching counts, too.
Eric Stults pitched five effective innings against his former club and took care of business at the plate, as the San Diego Padres held off the Los Angeles Dodgers, 4-1, in the second installment of a three-game series.
Josh Hamilton posted two hits and three RBI, as Los Angeles rallied past Boston by an 8-3 count in the third portion of a four-game set from Fenway Park.
Pinch-hitter Anthony Rendon's game- winning RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning lifted the Washington Nationals to a 3-2 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks in the third test of a four-game set.
Eric Stults is having quite a month of August and going against his old team didn't hurt either.
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