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9/8/2013 | Gibson tossed after reversed call at first
Arizona manager Kirk Gibson was ejected from Sunday's game with the San Francisco Giants following the top of the 10th inning. It was his second ejection of the series, fourth of the season and 13th of his career.

9/8/2013 | Kemp will sit at least another week
The subject of just what to do with injured outfielder Matt Kemp is likely to be on Dodgers manager Don Mattingly's mind for a while longer, as he cannot be reevaluated until Sept. 16 at the earliest.

9/8/2013 | Ryu on track to return to mound Wednesday
Dodgers rookie left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu, who was scratched from his scheduled start Friday due to back stiffness, threw a 40-pitch bullpen session Sunday and said he should be able to make his scheduled start Wednesday against Arizona.

9/8/2013 | Giambi records 2,000th career hit with single
Jason Giambi did not waste any time in the ninth inning on Sunday afternoon. The aging slugger offered at the first fastball he saw from Mets closer LaTroy Hawkins, dropping the baseball down the line and into shallow left field for an unlikely single. With that flare off a former teammate, Giambi reached 2,000 hits for his career, becoming the 245th player in baseball history to achieve that milestone.

9/8/2013 | Series sweep gives Cards leg up in home stretch
The St. Louis Cardinals earned themselves an advantage in the NL Central this weekend with a truly outstanding performance and a sweep over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The schedule for the remainder of the regular season will provide another advantage for the Cardinals, writes Mike Bauman.

9/8/2013 | Pagan's 11th-inning hit gives Giants walk-off win
Angel Pagan was nowhere to be found Sunday in the Giants' clubhouse after their 3-2, 11-inning triumph over the Arizona Diamondbacks. That didn't matter. He already had made his presence felt. Pagan's tiebreaking single in the 11th gave the Giants their 10th walk-off win of the season and enabled them to split the four-game series with the D-backs.

9/8/2013 | A's unleash seven-run inning to back Colon
Bartolo Colon's velocity returned and the A's offense unloaded in the third inning to beat the Astros, 7-2, on Sunday to maintain their 1 1/2-game lead over the Rangers atop the AL West and improve to a season-best 23 games over .500.

9/8/2013 | Astros, Rays call on future pitching stars in opener
Jarred Cosart of the Astros and Taijuan Walker of the Mariners will square off in the first of a three-game set at Safeco Field on Monday night.

9/8/2013 | White Sox end nine-game losing streak in Baltimore
Adam Dunn hit a two-run homer and Andre Rienzo shut down the Wild Card-hopeful Orioles for 6 2/3 innings on Sunday as the White Sox claimed a 4-2 victory to end a nine-game losing streak.

9/8/2013 | Darvish, Cole open crucial Interleague series
Gerrit Cole heads to the mound as the Pirates open a series against Yu Darvish and the Rangers at the Ballpark in Arlington on Monday. Pittsburgh trails the Cardinals in the NL Central, while Texas is looking up at the A's in the AL West.

9/8/2013 | Nats trying to run gauntlet to make playoffs
Gio Gonzalez will be on the mound on Monday when Washington starts a four-game series against the Mets at Citi Field. Carlos Torres, who has pitched well since taking over for Matt Harvey in the rotation, will be on the mound for New York.

9/8/2013 | Rios doubles, homers to end Texas' slump
Alex Rios and the Rangers got a much-needed 4-3 victory over the Angels on Sunday at Angel Stadium to salvage a six-game road trip and end a three-game losing streak to stay 1 1/2 games back of the A's in the division.

9/8/2013 | After Dice-K's solid start, Mets pull out victory
Daisuke Matsuzaka pitched into the sixth inning Sunday and was charged with one run against the team that kept him in the Minors all year, and although he didn't get a win, the Mets did. In the ninth inning, Eric Young Jr. sliced a double down the right-field line off Indians closer Chris Perez, scoring Matt den Dekker from second and paving the way to a 2-1 victory for the Mets.

9/8/2013 | Ellsbury has compression fracture in right foot
Jacoby Ellsbury's trip to Denver for a second opinion confirmed what the Red Sox thought -- the center fielder has a compression fracture in the navicular bone of his right foot.

9/8/2013 | On wild pitch, Yankees walk off vs. Red Sox
Mariano Rivera may have blown the save in the ninth inning, but the Yankees salvaged the afternoon. Ichiro Suzuki raced home on a Brandon Workman wild pitch, stomping on the plate with the deciding run of a 4-3 win over the Red Sox on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.

9/8/2013 | Cardinals sweep Bucs, add to NL Central lead
The Cardinals are clicking at just the right time. Behind a steady offense and a gem from rookie Michael Wacha, they completed a convincing series sweep of the Pirates with a 9-2 win on Sunday at Busch Stadium. St. Louis now leads the NL Central by 1 1/2 games.

9/8/2013 | Bruised foot might sideline Stewart a few days
Chris Stewart left Sunday's 4-3 win against the Red Sox after suffering a bruised left foot.

9/8/2013 | Desmond, Ramos power Nats past Fish
Ian Desmond fell a home run shy of the cycle, as the offense pounded out 11 hits to back right-hander Stephen Strasburg's solid six innings in the Nationals' 6-4 win over the Marlins on Sunday afternoon in front of 18,990 at Marlins Park. Wilson Ramos also added a pair of RBIs.

9/8/2013 | Dodgers look to close in on title vs. D-backs
The top two teams in the National League West will open up a series at Dodger Stadium on Monday as the Dodgers try to extend their double-digit division lead over the D-backs and move one step closer to clinching a playoff spot.

9/8/2013 | Morton exits start in second inning due to foot injury
Pirates starter Charlie Morton abruptly left Sunday's game, and soon thereafter left town for an examination of the left-foot discomfort that forced him out of Pittsburgh's 9-2 loss in the second inning.

9/8/2013 | Clemens out with blister, expects to make next start
Starting pitcher Paul Clemens was scratched from Sunday's series finale against the A's because of a blister on his right middle finger. The right-hander was disappointed but expects to make his next start.

9/8/2013 | Castellanos to start Monday against White Sox
After making his first Major League start on Saturday, Nick Castellanos will get another opportunity to make an impression on Monday against the White Sox. Tigers manager Jim Leyland said he plans to start Castellanos in left field against Chicago left-hander Chris Sale.

9/8/2013 | Lincecum eyes fourth straight win as Rox visit AT&T
Tim Lincecum looks for his fourth straight win, but isn't happy with his recent performance. Jhoulys Chacin, who was dominant in August, get the ball for the Rockies in the series opener at AT&T Park.

9/8/2013 | Cubs can influence postseason picture in Cincinnati
Despite having a postseason spot all but locked up, there's still quite a bit on the line for the Reds, who will kick off a three-game series with the Cubs on Monday night. Bronson Arroyo squares off with Travis Wood at Great American Ball Park.

9/8/2013 | Hundley delivers in the Nick of time for Friars
Nick Hundley's three-run pinch-hit double in the seventh inning broke open a 2-2 tie and gave the Padres a three-game sweep of the Rockies in Sunday's 5-2 win at Petco Park.


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