9/3/2015 | Braun makes history with fourth 20/20 season
Ryan Braun became the 31st player in Major League history to post at least four seasons of 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases when he swiped second in the fifth inning of Thursday night's 5-3 win over the Pirates. It put him in scoring position for Khris Davis' go-ahead double as the Brewers finished their second three-game sweep of the postseason-bound Pirates since the All-Star break.
9/3/2015 | Vogelsong has tough time savoring 1st HR
With his team down 4-0 in the top of the third, Ryan Vogelsong drove the first pitch he saw from Chris Rusin into the Rockies' bullpen for a two-run shot, notching his first career home run in 11 big league seasons. The milestone came in a losing effort, though, as San Francisco fell, 11-3.
9/3/2015 | Zimmerman, Nationals jump out early, drub Braves
Led by the planet's hottest hitter in Ryan Zimmerman, the Nationals hammered their way to within six games of the Mets in the National League East with a 15-1 win over the Braves on Thursday night.
9/3/2015 | Zeroic: Harper feat not seen in 100 years!
Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper put together a performance unlike any other in Major League history Thursday night at Nationals Park, all without a hit or an official at-bat.
9/3/2015 | Giants looking for familiar 'late-season magic'
"It's uphill time," manager Bruce Bochy said. "It comes down to us having to win games. We had a tough series in Los Angeles. It's not what we wanted, but it is what happened. There's enough baseball left."
9/3/2015 | Chatwood throws, won't play for Rox in '15
Tyler Chatwood pitched in a competitive baseball game on Wednesday for the first time in more than 16 months, but Walt Weiss confirmed on Thursday that Chatwood will not pitch with the Rockies this season.
9/3/2015 | Jennings, Marlins meet to discuss role
Dan Jennings met with Marlins senior management on Thursday, with the possibility he could've ended his stint as manager and return to the front office. But things remained status quo.
9/3/2015 | Reel deal: Salvy, Colon make highlight plays
Royals catcher Salvador Perez made a remarkable, Gold Glove Award play by sliding feet first and snaring the baseball just in front of the dugout railing to help reliever Chris Young escape a fifth-inning jam against the Tigers on Thursday night.
9/3/2015 | Bucs to rest Kang, use him more at 3B
Jung Ho Kang on Wednesday played in his 111th game of a maiden MLB season that still has a hard month to go. Seeing Kang draw an error on one wide throw from short and not be able to flag down a couple of other grounders confirmed Pirates manager Clint Hurdle's suspicion the Rookie of the Year challenger needs to ramp down.
9/3/2015 | Iglesias sustains bruised right finger on bunt
Jose Iglesias' comeback season might be at a halt after the slick-fielding Tigers shortstop took an Edinson Volquez pitch off his hand while trying to bunt on Thursday night.
9/3/2015 | Angels to step up GM search
The Angels are searching for a full-time GM, and hope to have someone to work with Arte Moreno and Mike Scioscia in place by the end of the season.
9/3/2015 | Banuelos could continue to start down the stretch
Manny Banuelos had legitimate reason to be concerned when he experienced some left elbow discomfort near the end of July. But a little more than a month later, the rookie southpaw finds himself with a chance to collect valuable innings that could benefit him as he bids to become a mainstay in Atlanta's rotation.
9/3/2015 | Brewers, Reds could pound each other at plate
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9/3/2015 | Several clubs defying preseason predictions
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9/3/2015 | Rios, Herrera on the mend from chickenpox
Royals right fielder Alex Rios and right-hander Kelvin Herrera, both of whom contracted chickenpox when the team played the Rays last weekend, are improving, manager Ned Yost said on Thursday.
9/3/2015 | Anibal won't risk setback to return this season
Baby steps, Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez says. When they're steps in recovery from a rotator cuff strain, taken by a pitcher who has had shoulder surgery in his career, they're still pretty big.
9/3/2015 | Cutch 'healthy scratch' with tight left Achilles
Annoyed for a few days by tightness in his left Achilles, Andrew McCutchen rested on the Pirates' bench -- and on his laurels -- Thursday in a 5-3 loss to the Brewers. The National League's August Player of the Month was out of the starting lineup, but called it a "healthy scratch."
9/3/2015 | Key things to watch for in today's games
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9/3/2015 | Royals log 20 hits to win slugfest with Tigers
After scoring 12 runs the previous night, the Royals came back to batter the Tigers' pitching staff again on Thursday in a marathon 15-7 win at Kauffman Stadium.
9/3/2015 | Right knee remains issue for Taylor
Michael Taylor was left out of Matt Williams' starting lineup on Thursday, the second straight start the Nationals' rookie outfielder has missed since reaggravating his injured right knee.
9/3/2015 | Jungmann again bests Bucs in Crew's sweep
All good things must come to an end. Especially for the Pirates at Miller Park. Thus the Bucs' 11-game winning streak in Francisco Liriano starts came to a crashing halt Thursday night, when Hernan Perez drove in two runs and Taylor Jungmann cast his usual spell over Pittsburgh as the Brewers held on for a 5-3 win
9/3/2015 | Murphy day to day with mild left quad strain
An MRI on Daniel Murphy's left quad Thursday revealed only a "mild strain," according to a team spokesman. Murphy is day-to-day.
9/3/2015 | Despite loss, Twins happy with homestand
With a playoff berth at stake, every game has taken on added importance for the Twins. And Thursday's is one they probably would like back. After being staked to a 4-1 lead in the third, the Twins watched as the White Sox scored five unanswered runs for a 6-4 victory. But despite the loss, the Twins wrapped up a successful homestand in which they took four of six from the Astros and White Sox.
9/3/2015 | Shark clamps down following slam to earn win
Give Jeff Samardzija credit for never losing confidence. That belief in himself wasn't shaken by a rough 0-6 August or by having an overall ERA near 5.00 going into free agency -- or even by giving up Eddie Rosario's third-inning grand slam on Thursday afternoon at Target Field.
9/3/2015 | Cruz's homer quest among Mariners stories to watch
As the Mariners hit the September home stretch, things obviously aren't where they'd like them to be with four weeks remaining. Their general manager has been dismissed, and their playoff hopes all but extinguished in a year that began with lofty expectations.
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