9/28/2016 | Statcast of the Day: Kim's homer truly one of a kind
On Wednesday night, the O's Hyun Soo Kim came through with the biggest hit of his young big league career, delivering a lead-changing, pinch-hit two-run home run with one out in the ninth inning of a 3-2 win over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
9/28/2016 | Tigers keep pace with rain-shortened victory
The Tigers couldn't beat the rain Wednesday night, but they had just enough at-bats to beat the Indians. Miguel Cabrera's three-run home run in the fifth inning came right before the downpour that stopped play at Comerica Park to finish out a rain-shortened 6-3 win.
9/28/2016 | DeSclafani, Reds 'pen deck Cards' chances
The Cardinals may be scoreboard-watching, but no one else's results matter if they don't start tabulating victories of their own. And on Wednesday night, they fell to the Reds, 2-1, in a loss that dropped St Louis further back in a race entering its final days.
9/28/2016 | Segura relishes reaching 200-hit mark
The pride was evident on Jean Segura's face and in his voice as the D-backs' second baseman spoke of getting his 200th hit Wednesday night in Arizona's rain-shortened 3-0 win over the Nationals at Nationals Park.
9/28/2016 | Familia becomes 1st Dominican to reach 50 saves
Whenever Jeurys Familia notches a new saves milestone, Mets manager Terry Collins likes to tell the story of his ascension to the closer's role. Collins tells the tale as if it happened decades ago. In reality, it has been 17 months.
9/28/2016 | Bigger than a game: Marlins, city unite amid tragedy
The emotionally draining three-game series ended on Wednesday night where it started, with grieving players gathering on the mound and in their own way paying respect to Jose Fernandez.
9/28/2016 | Hamels hits 200 K's in tuneup for postseason
Rangers starter Cole Hamels got off to a rough start on Wednesday night in his final outing of the regular season. But he finished strong, the Rangers rallied for an 8-5 victory over the Brewers, and Hamels said he is ready for postseason.
9/28/2016 | 3 reasons Dodgers can win World Series
What better way for the Dodgers to mark Vin Scully's final season than to finally win another World Series?
9/28/2016 | Red Sox win 3rd AL East title in 10 seasons
The joy was in all corners of the visitors' clubhouse on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium, and it had everything to do with the journeys -- both individual and collective.
9/28/2016 | Teixeira's slam puts damper on Sox's party
Mark Teixeira was the one mobbed by his teammates at home plate, hitting a walk-off grand slam off Joe Kelly in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Yankees to a 5-3 victory, but the Red Sox still clinched the American League East title on Wednesday evening at Yankee Stadium.
9/28/2016 | Jaso's cycle leads Pirates past Arrieta, Cubs
Nearly a year ago, Jake Arrieta crushed the Pirates' postseason hopes before they could truly begin, tossing a shutout in the Cubs' National League Wild Card Game victory. On Wednesday night, John Jaso led Pittsburgh's recent revenge tour against the Cubs right-hander, hitting for the first cycle in PNC Park history as the Bucs scored seven runs off Arrieta in an 8-4 win.
9/28/2016 | Jaso hits for first cycle in PNC Park history
Pirates first baseman John Jaso hit his way to PNC Park history on Wednesday night, completing the first cycle in the history of Pittsburgh's ballpark along the Allegheny River in the Bucs' 8-4 win over the Cubs. Jaso went 4-for-4 with five RBIs.
9/28/2016 | Loney, Bruce homer as Mets stay atop WC
Days shy of October, Mets manager Terry Collins' head is swimming with the possibilities of postseason play. There are tiebreakers to consider, play-in games and National League Wild Card scenarios running every which way. There are thoughts of pitchers on short and extra rest, tune-up starts and must-win games. There are planes, trains and buses, ready to whisk the Mets in umpteen different directions.
9/28/2016 | Ryu undergoes arthroscopic elbow surgery
Dodgers pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu underwent arthroscopic left elbow surgery on Wednesday.
9/28/2016 | Coghlan day to day with mild left ankle sprain
Cubs outfielder Chris Coghlan left Wednesday's 8-4 loss to the Pirates in the fifth inning with a mild left ankle sprain suffered when he crashed into the left-field wall. The Cubs wanted to see how he responded overnight, and Coghlan was not expected to play Thursday.
9/28/2016 | Roberts expects role for Urias in postseason
Dodgers manager Dave Roberts is still unsure of what role 20-year-old lefty Julio Urias will play on the team's postseason roster, but is confident he'll be there in some role.
9/28/2016 | Short rest may not be option for Kershaw, Hill
While Clayton Kershaw and Rich Hill have been penciled in to Games 1 and 2, respectively of the National League Division Series vs. the Nationals, their usage after that is still up in the air.
9/28/2016 | Gonzalez twirls gem, White Sox down Rays
Neither rain nor more rain again could keep Miguel Gonzalez from his appointed rounds during a 1-0 White Sox victory over the Rays on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
9/28/2016 | Blue Jays proud to return to Montreal for exhibitions
The Blue Jays will continue their recent tradition of playing preseason baseball in Montreal when they take part in a pair of games against the Pirates in 2017. Toronto announced on Wednesday that it will face Pittsburgh at Olympic Stadium on Friday, March 31, at 7:05 p.m. and Saturday, April 1, at 1:05 p.m. to wrap up exhibition play.
9/28/2016 | Tigers' lineup finally back at full strength
The lineup card posted on the door of the Tigers' clubhouse on Wednesday looked unusual. Separately, the names looked familiar. They just hadn't been seen together in order in a while.
9/28/2016 | Indians-Tigers delayed twice due to rain
Wednesday's game between the Indians and Tigers at Comerica Park entered its second rain delay after the bottom of the fifth inning. The Tigers had just taken a 6-3 lead on Miguel Cabrera's three-run home run, and the game is official since five innings have been completed. There was also a delay during the third.
9/28/2016 | Molina raising catcher durability standard
After establishing a career best with his 138th start behind the plate on Tuesday, Yadier Molina continues marching toward becoming the third catcher in franchise history to log at least 1,200 innings behind the plate in a season.
9/28/2016 | White Sox-Rays delayed twice due to rain
The start of the White Sox third of four games against the Rays on Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field was delayed by rain.
9/28/2016 | Pirates to play Blue Jays in Montreal next spring
For the fourth straight year, there will be Major League Baseball in Montreal. This time, the Pirates are getting in on the action. The Pirates will wrap up Spring Training next year with a pair of exhibition games against the Blue Jays at Olympic Stadium north of the border. The clubs are scheduled to play Friday, March 31, at 7:05 p.m. ET and Saturday, April 1, at 1:05 p.m.
9/28/2016 | Rangers looking at 4-man rotation for playoffs
Rangers manager Jeff Banister on Wednesday said the team is more inclined to go with a four-man rotation, instead of three, for the postseason.
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