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9/2/2015 | Zim's big night carries Nats over Cards

With a pair of solo homers and a go-ahead RBI double, Ryan Zimmerman helped the Nationals salvage a win during their three-game visit to Busch Stadium. Washington's 4-3 victory halted the Cardinals' winning streak at four games.


9/2/2015 | Rox drop D-backs on CarGo's slam, 7 RBIs

Carlos Gonzalez launched a go-ahead grand slam in the seventh and a two-run homer in the eighth, propelling the Rockies to a 9-4 win over Arizona in Wednesday's series finale at Coors Field.


9/2/2015 | Stoic through it all, Votto reaching new heights

If we're discussing the best baseball players on the planet, Joey Votto is back on everyone's short list, a point that was driven home on Wednesday as he hammered a three-run home run in the ninth inning to set the Reds up for a 7-4 victory over the Cubs at Wrigley Field.


9/2/2015 | Harper exits with tightness in left glute

Bryce Harper left Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Cardinals because of tightness in his left glute and was replaced by Matt den Dekker.


9/2/2015 | Meeting to help determine direction of Marlins

The Marlins are in the process of making widespread changes, and what transpires during an organizational meeting on Thursday in Miami will determine the direction of upper management.


9/2/2015 | Panik set for brief rehab stint

By this time next week, second baseman Joe Panik hopes to have resumed being a member in good standing in the San Francisco Giants' lineup.


9/2/2015 | Arenado slugs way to 100 RBIs with 2-run HR

Nolan Arenado's two-run homer, his 33rd of the season, touched down in the center-field trees and pushed him up to a National League-best 100 RBIs.


9/2/2015 | Stroman goes 4 2/3 scoreless in first rehab start

Marcus Stroman's first official rehab start with Class A Lansing proved to be an overwhelming success, as the 24-year-old tossed 4 2/3 scoreless innings of no-hit ball against the Great Lakes Loons.


9/2/2015 | Brown leaves game with concussion concerns

Phillies right fielder Domonic Brown crashed and flipped head-over-heels over the short wall in right field in the second inning of Wednesday's 9-4 Phillies loss at Citi Field.


9/2/2015 | Aggressive Donaldson races home on popout

Josh Donaldson is one of the frontrunners for the American League MVP Award because of his bat and glove, but in Wednesday night's 5-1 win over the Indians, it was his legs that had the fans at Rogers Centre in a frenzy.


9/2/2015 | Longoria eclipses 200-HR milestone in loss

Evan Longoria cut loose with a mammoth homer on Wednesday night, giving him 200 for his career.


9/2/2015 | 'Pen session, but no start, for Stras Friday

Stephen Strasburg will throw a bullpen session on Friday, but he will not make his scheduled start against the Braves that night, according to Matt Williams.


9/2/2015 | Miggy miffed by ejection for arguing strike call

American League batting leader Miguel Cabrera was ejected from Wednesday night's Tigers-Royals game after arguing a called third strike in the fourth inning.


9/2/2015 | Tejada hits inside-the-park homer vs. Philly

From his vantage point at second base, Kelly Johnson went through the same sequence of emotions as nearly everyone else in Citi Field: disbelief that Ruben Tejada's hit skipped past Domonic Brown, concern for Brown as he flipped over the outfield wall and onto the concrete below, then a blaze of excitement as he watched Tejada race around the bases for the Mets' first inside-the-park home run in a half-decade.


9/2/2015 | Goldschmidt on paternity leave for birth of first child

D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt left the team following Tuesday's day-night doubleheader to return to Phoenix to be present for the birth of his first child.


9/2/2015 | Yankees outslug Red Sox with five HRs

The Yankees hit five home runs in support of Masahiro Tanaka, then weathered a late rally to wrap up a successful road trip with a 13-8 victory over the Red Sox on Wednesday at Fenway Park.


9/2/2015 | Ker-show: 132 pitches, 15 K's, 1 sweep

From his observation point roughly 75 feet away, Jimmy Rollins saw nothing of concern with Clayton Kershaw in the ninth inning Wednesday as the pitch count rose along with pulse rates at Dodger Stadium. The Giants were threatening, but the big lefty was still dealing.


9/2/2015 | Pearce, Jones keep runs off board with defensive gems

The Orioles, marred in a six-game losing streak entering Wednesday, are still putting on a defensive show.


9/2/2015 | O's end 6-game slide on Davis' walk-off HR

The Orioles walked it off in the bottom of the 11th on Wednesday night to earn a 7-6 win over the Rays to keep from getting swept in the three-game series.


9/2/2015 | CarGo in line to crush against Giants

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9/2/2015 | Royals will employ shutdown outfield defense

Royals manager Ned Yost said he already is beginning to prepare for those instances when he can insert his shutdown outfield defense of Alex Gordon in left, Jarrod Dyson in center and Lorenzo Cain in right.


9/2/2015 | Royals' 4 homers, Ventura's 11 K's tame Tigers

Rookie Cheslor Cuthbert homered and had four RBIs, Kendrys Morales and Lorenzo Cain each homered and had three RBIs, and right-hander Yordano Ventura matched a career-high with 11 strikeouts as the Royals pummeled the Tigers in a 12-1 win on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium.


9/2/2015 | Franco still feeling pain in his left wrist

It sounded Monday like Phillies rookie Maikel Franco could be back at third base within the week. Then Franco, who broke his left wrist last month, took about 20 swings on Wednesday afternoon at Citi Field. "It was a problem," Franco said. "I felt something in my wrist. I don't know when I can come back."


9/2/2015 | Duda swings bat for 1st time since back injury

First baseman Lucas Duda took a tangible step forward in his rehab from a back injury on Wednesday, swinging a bat for the first time since landing on the disabled list Aug. 22.


9/2/2015 | Key things to watch for in today's games

Here are a few other matchups and games to look forward to today.




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