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7/29/2015 | Lewis slows down Yanks in Rangers' victory

Colby Lewis went six strong innings and the Rangers strung together 11 hits, 10 of which were singles, on the way to defeating the Yankees, 5-2, on Wednesday night at Globe Life Park.


7/29/2015 | Harper hits upper deck twice to take NL homer lead

Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper offered his Babe Ruth impression on Wednesday night, hitting two Ruthian clouts in a 7-2 victory over the Marlins. Harper went 3-for-4 with the two homers, which were his National League-leading 28th and 29th of the season.


7/29/2015 | Seven up: White Sox keep on rolling

For the third straight night, the White Sox used a quick-strike attack -- this time pushing their winning streak to seven games with a 9-2 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday at Fenway Park.


7/29/2015 | Ichiro less than 100 hits away from 3,000

Let the countdown to 3,000 hits begin. With two hits on Wednesday night in the Marlins' 7-2 loss to the Nationals, Ichiro now has rung up 2,901 hits in his brilliant big league career.


7/29/2015 | Padres take charge early in win over Mets

The Padres got to Mets starter Bartolo Colon early, putting up six runs in the first three innings and chasing him after just 2 1/3 innings. That would prove to be more than enough, as Tyson Ross and the San Diego bullpen cruised the rest of the way for a 7-3 win.


7/29/2015 | Altuve makes spectacular off-balance play

Though much of the Astros' defensive acclaim has shifted to rookie shortstop Carlos Correa, veteran second baseman Jose Altuve -- Correa's mentor -- stole some thunder Wednesday night.


7/29/2015 | Sources: Rangers getting Hamels from Phils

The Rangers have acquired pitcher Cole Hamels and reliever Jake Diekman from the Phillies, according to multiple Major League sources, in a trade that is expected to be announced on Thursday. Neither club confirmed the deal.


7/29/2015 | Blue Jays follow Tulo's lead in rout of Phillies

Troy Tulowitzki made the most of his Blue Jays debut Wednesday, cracking a homer while collecting a pair of doubles in an 8-2 win over the Phillies at Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays' newest star collected three hits with three RBIs and three runs scored as Toronto split the two-game set.


7/29/2015 | Sandoval exits due to dehydration

Wednesday night proved tough all-around for the Red Sox following a 9-2 loss to the White Sox at Fenway Park, but it was especially bumpy for third baseman Pablo Sandoval, who had to leave the game after five innings due to dehydration.


7/29/2015 | #TBT: The 5 biggest Deadline blockbusters

The July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline was instituted in 1986. For the six decades prior, the Deadline was June 15. So the history of the Deadline, as we know it, is relatively short. But that doesn't mean it lacks dramatic deals. Some Deadline deals are overrated. Some are understated. Some move the needle immediately and some are only appreciated with the beneficial lens of retrospect. Here, with the help of hindsight, are my picks for the trade game's five biggest July Earth-shakers.


7/29/2015 | Venditte set for final hurdle in injury rehab

A's switch-pitcher Pat Venditte could soon return from the disabled list, barring any setbacks during scheduled back-to-back outings for Triple-A Nashville this weekend.


7/29/2015 | Tillman, O's blank Braves for 5th straight win

Orioles Opening Day starter Chris Tillman continued his dominant second half, pitching 8 2/3 scoreless innings as Baltimore completed the sweep with a 2-0 win over Atlanta Wednesday night.


7/29/2015 | Harper homers twice, lifts Nats over Marlins

Propelled by two towering Bryce Harper home runs for his National League-leading 28th and 29th blasts of the year, the Nationals beat the Marlins, 7-2, on Wednesday night at Marlins Park to even the three-game set.


7/29/2015 | McCullers pitches Astros back into first place

The Astros moved into sole possession of first place in the American League West for the first time since before the All-Star break, beating the Angels, 6-3, on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park, behind a terrific outing from rookie Lance McCullers.


7/29/2015 | Mets, Brewers put brakes on Gomez deal

A deal to acquire Carlos Gomez fell through on Wednesday, shortly after a source confirmed that the framework had been agreed upon. Sandy Alderson indicated after the team's 7-3 loss to the Padres that the team will not be trading for Gomez prior to Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline.


7/29/2015 | Gallardo says trade rumors not a distraction

Rangers right-hander Yovani Gallardo hasn't made it past the fourth inning in his past two starts despite being red hot through June. But Gallardo, who is 7-9 with a 3.19 ERA, said his name coming up in trade rumors has nothing to do with it.


7/29/2015 | Bautista clears air regarding Tulo comments

Jose Bautista wants to set the record straight. The Blue Jays' star outfielder said on Wednesday that he felt his comments regarding the Troy Tulowitzki trade a day earlier were unfairly characterized by local broadcast networks, which suggested that he was less than enthusiastic about the club acquiring the All-Star shortstop in a trade for Jose Reyes.


7/29/2015 | Manfred talks PED tests after Mejia penalty

On Wednesday, one day after Major League Baseball issued Jenrry Mejia a 162-game suspension for a positive test for performance-enhancing substances, Commissioner Rob Manfred painted the picture of a testing program that is effective yet constantly looking to improve.


7/29/2015 | Crew-Mets deal involving Gomez falls through

A Brewers deal to send Carlos Gomez to the Mets fell through on Wednesday.


7/29/2015 | Sources: Hamels to bring Phils prospect haul

Cole Hamels engineered some of the greatest moments in Phillies history, including Saturday's no-hitter against the Cubs at Wrigley Field. It will be his final moment in a Phillies uniform.


7/29/2015 | Girardi on trade-target Price: 'He's an ace'

David Price once said that he viewed the Yankees' long-standing policy on facial hair as "old-school baseball" that he did not want to be a part of. He later softened that stance, and with the Tigers ready to reboot their roster, the left-hander's words could soon be put to the test.


7/29/2015 | Johnson, Pierzynski among potential trade chips

Jim Johnson and A.J. Pieryznski completed their normal routines before the Braves were scheduled to complete a three-game series against the Orioles on Wednesday night. But there is a chance both of these veterans will find themselves with a new employer within the next couple days.


7/29/2015 | Command off, Felix has rare rough day

As hard as it is to believe and as rare as it is to witness, Felix Hernandez has the occasional bad day. But the Mariners' ace never had it Wednesday, and the 8-2 loss to the D-backs had the right-hander and his team in the midst of a three-game losing streak that pushed it further out of the postseason picture.


7/29/2015 | Reyes debuts, hopes to help Rox find groove

"I'm 32 years old, so it's getting late in my career," Jose Reyes said Wednesday morning, before his first game as the Rockies' new shortstop -- a 3-2 loss to the Cubs in which he went 1-for-3 with a walk, a stolen base and a strikeout. "I want to win."


7/29/2015 | Rutledge brings versatility to Red Sox

The Red Sox may already have All-Star utility man Brock Holt on their roster, but on Wednesday night, the club welcomed another player well-accustomed to moving around the diamond.




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