8/3/2015 | Simply divine: Godley wins first 3 starts
Zack Godley has a very simple approach to pitching, and given the results he's had in his first three big league starts, the D-backs right-hander is best served sticking to it.
8/3/2015 | DYK: Facts, stats from Beltre's cycle
Adrian Beltre added another accomplishment to his resume Monday night, hitting for the cycle for the third time in his career in the Rangers' 12-9 home win over the Astros.
8/3/2015 | Colon quells skeptics with vintage performance
They'll talk about his career-high-tying sixth hit of the season, a single up the middle in the seventh inning of a blowout, because Bartolo Colon's tricks with the bat are always fun around the water cooler. But this was a serious start for Colon. And it was his pitching that made the most significant impact.
8/3/2015 | Rangers ride Beltre's cycle to victory
Led by Adrian Beltre's record-tying cycle, the Rangers opened a three-game series with the Astros by outslugging them, 12-9, on Monday night. The Rangers have won five of their last six games.
8/3/2015 | Mahtook lifts Rays with go-ahead 1B in ninth
Mikie Mahtook's two-out single in the ninth off of David Robertson scored Logan Forsythe with the game-winning run in a 5-4 Rays victory over the White Sox on Monday night at U.S. Cellular Field.
8/3/2015 | J. Upton DTD, hurts thumb making running grab
Left fielder Justin Upton left Monday's game after injuring his right thumb as he made a catch in the seventh inning of the Padres' 13-5 victory over the Brewers.
8/3/2015 | Multi-HR game just latest from streaking Solarte
Yangervis Solarte continued his recent torrid stretch at the plate on Monday when he hit two home runs, driving in four runs as the Padres defeated the Brewers, 13-5, at Miller Park.
8/3/2015 | Bourn soars to rob HR with spectacular catch
Michael Bourn stole a home run from Kole Calhoun with a great leaping catch in straightaway center field.
8/3/2015 | Beltre joins elite club with third cycle
Adrian Beltre tied a Major League record in Tuesday's 12-9 Rangers win by hitting for the cycle for the third time in his career. All three cycles have come at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
8/3/2015 | Godley dazzles as D-backs hold off Nats
The D-backs smacked four home runs and got another outstanding performance from right-hander Zack Godley as they beat the Nationals, 6-4, on Monday night at Nationals Park.
8/3/2015 | Braves battle back to beat Giants in extras
Adonis Garcia's two-run homer off Ryan Vogelsong in the 12th inning erased San Francisco's one-run lead and gave the Atlanta Braves a 9-8 triumph Monday night over the Giants.
8/3/2015 | Hessman becomes Minors' HR king
On Monday night at Fifth Third Field in Toledo, Mud Hens third baseman Mike Hessman stepped to the plate with the bases loaded in the seventh inning and hit a grand slam to left-center field, becoming the Minor League home run king in grand style.
8/3/2015 | Tillman hopes to return to mound Friday
Injured Orioles starting pitcher Chris Tillman threw from about 90 feet on Monday and believes he's making progress with his left ankle in hopes of starting on Friday.
8/3/2015 | Kang proving to be amazing investment
No one quite knew what to expect from Jung Ho Kang when the Pirates signed him, because there had never been a professional Korean hitter to succeed in Major League Baseball. Two-thirds of the way through the season, it's clear they chose wisely.
8/3/2015 | Oblique injury forces Freeman to exit game
Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman exited Monday's game against the Giants before the top of the fifth inning with a right oblique injury.
8/3/2015 | Second opinion on Wilson 'like a Hail Mary'
A final decision on C.J. Wilson's next step probably won't be made until at least Aug. 11, when the Angels' starter meets face-to-face with Dr. Neal ElAttrache -- who is currently on vacation -- for a second opinion. Wilson is still leaning strongly toward season-ending surgery.
8/3/2015 | Rags to Richards: Halos win after rocky start
Garrett Richards settled in after a rough first inning and the Angels plated a combined five runs in the fifth and sixth, surging to a 5-4 victory over the Indians on Monday night and snapping their season-long six-game losing streak.
8/3/2015 | A's claim versatile Valencia from Blue Jays
The A's have claimed infielder/outfielder Danny Valencia off waivers from the Blue Jays, the club announced Monday. He figures to see time at second base against left-handed starting pitchers.
8/3/2015 | Managers Murphy, Counsell go way back
The hot-headed coach saw promise in the skinny infielder, and rode him hard. That's how Padres interim manager Pat Murphy treated many of his players at the University of Notre Dame, including Brewers manager Craig Counsell, who so irked his skipper with a series of errors one fall that Murphy ordered Counsell onto a half-frozen field in November to field hot-shot grounders.
8/3/2015 | Gray ready for anticipated debut on Tuesday
Words weren't needed when Jon Gray entered the office of Albuquerque Isotopes manager Glenallen Hill on Sunday night. The Rockies' most heralded pitching prospect was handed a plane ticket and knew where to take it from there.
8/3/2015 | Hale tones down criticism of players
One day after criticizing his team's energy level, D-backs manager Chip Hale said his comments were made in the heat of the moment Monday.
8/3/2015 | Mets rout Marlins to take over 1st in NL East
Michael Conforto blasted a three-run homer, his first career shot, and Yoenis Cespedes added three doubles and four RBIs in a 12-1 rout over Miami at Marlins Park.
8/3/2015 | D-backs may consider 6-man rotation
Chase Anderson threw four scoreless innings in a rehab start Sunday, but where his next outing will take place has not been decided. D-backs manager Chip Hale said the club might want to build up Anderson's pitch count in the Minors and also brought up the possibility of the team going with a six-man rotation.
8/3/2015 | Solarte leads Friars' fun night in Milwaukee
Yangervis Solarte homered twice and drove in four runs as the Padres thumped the slumping Brewers in the opener of a four-game series, 13-5, at Miller Park on Monday.
8/3/2015 | Mariners give Marte work in center field
Mariners rookie infielder Ketel Marte had just four games of Minor League experience in center field, but Seattle's highly-regarded prospect will definitely get some time there going forward as manager Lloyd McClendon looks for ways to get him in the lineup.
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