9/13/2013 | Wilson earns victory in first appearance vs. Giants
Facing the Giants for the first time since he signed with the Dodgers, Brian Wilson earned the win Thursday night in relief.
9/13/2013 | Rays cling to Wild Card spot; NL Central a dead heat
Heading into a crucial weekend of games, the American League Wild Card is still very much a toss-up, and the National League Central is knotted up once again, thanks to a Pirates win and a Cardinals loss.
9/13/2013 | Official scorer gives Mo win, not save
All-time saves leader Mariano Rivera entered to protect a ninth-inning lead in his final regular-season appearance at Camden Yards on Thursday night, but due to a scoring quirk, the Yankees closer was credited with the victory instead of a save.
9/13/2013 | Blue Jays aim to play spoiler to O's in AL East
Instead of an ailing Bud Norris, the Orioles will give the ball to Jason Hammel in Friday evening's series opener against rookie Todd Redmond and the AL East-rival Blue Jays.
9/13/2013 | Hanley leaves with mild hamstring tightness
Dodgers shortstop Hanley Ramirez was removed from Thursday night's game against the Giants as a precautionary measure with mild tightness in his left hamstring, the same hamstring that disabled him for a month earlier in the season.
9/12/2013 | Kelly falters as Cards drop into tie atop NL Central
Kelly picked up his first loss since joining the Cardinals' rotation on July 6, and the Cardinals fell, 5-3, to Milwaukee before 35,208 fans at Busch Stadium.
9/12/2013 | Thornburg keeps dealing as Brewers take finale
Tyler Thornburg continued his case for a significant role in 2014, working six quality innings of the Brewers' 5-3 win over the Cardinals at Busch Stadium on Thursday.
9/12/2013 | O's drop in Wild Card chase after wild pitch in ninth
An O's team that has won more than four consecutive games just once this season continues to plod along at a frustrating .500 pace, with Thursday's 6-5 loss to the Yankees dropping them to 4-4 on the homestand and 1 1/2 games back of New York in the American League Wild Card chase.
9/12/2013 | Wild night: Yanks sink O's late, keep pace
A wild throw and a wild pitch allowed recently acquired Brendan Ryan to race around the basepaths with the deciding run in ninth inning, helping the Yankees stun the Orioles, 6-5, on Thursday night at Camden Yards.
9/12/2013 | No sweep dreams: Magic number stays at eight
Thrust into a high-leverage situation for the first time this season, Rubby De La Rosa faltered on Thursday night at Tropicana Field as the Red Sox ended a mostly successful seven-game road trip with a 4-3 loss to the Rays.
9/12/2013 | Dwell on this: Fan Cave down to the final three
There are only three remaining Cave Dwellers now, out of an initial wave of about 20,000 offseason applicants for a dream job, all likely bound for a World Series, site unknown: Angels fan Danny Farris of Garden Grove, Calif.; Rangers fan Mina Park of Plano, Texas; and Blue Jays fan April Whitzman of Toronto.
9/12/2013 | Stewart strikes out on just two strikes
Chris Stewart was the subject of some ribbing in the Yankees' dugout on Thursday after the veteran catcher walked back to the dugout, believing he had struck out with only two strikes in an at-bat in Thursday's 6-5 win over the Orioles at Camden Yards.
9/12/2013 | Gardner to get MRI after straining oblique
With the Yankees closing in on a postseason spot, they may have to complete their run without Brett Gardner. The 30-year-old speedster strained his oblique on a checked swing during Thursday's game and is being sent to New York for an MRI examination.
9/12/2013 | Phils in command vs. Padres, but not Halladay
After the Phillies pounced with a six-run first inning, right-hander Roy Halladay lost his command in the fifth of Thursday night's 10-5 victory over the Padres at Citizens Bank Park.
9/12/2013 | LeMahieu only makes noise on the field
DJ LeMahieu is riding a career-best 12-game hitting streak going into Friday night's game against the D-backs at Chase Field. LeMahieu isn't into grabbing attention that isn't based on trying to win games.
9/12/2013 | Sweep adds to Angels' September surge
The Angels completed a three-game series sweep at Rogers Centre with a 4-3 win over the Blue Jays on Thursday night, thanks to 6 2/3 innings of three-run ball by Garrett Richards, seven outs by the bullpen and timely hitting by the offense.
9/12/2013 | Twist of fate: Myers helps keep grip on Wild Card
Wil Myers belted a go-ahead RBI double in the eighth inning as the Rays recorded a 4-3 win over the Red Sox on Thursday night at Tropicana Field.
9/12/2013 | O's present retiring Rivera with sculpture
The Orioles gave Mariano Rivera his latest retirement gift as he makes a final pass through the American League, honoring the longtime Yankees closer in a pregame ceremony on Thursday night at Camden Yards. Baltimore commissioned a sculpture depicting a baseball shattering a bat, following a theme echoed by several other clubs in paying tribute to the all-time saves leader.
9/12/2013 | Giants reinstate Affeldt off disabled list
The Giants officially reinstated left-hander Jeremy Affeldt from the 15-day disabled list on Thursday, expanding their pitching staff to 18.
9/12/2013 | Hart's future with Crew uncertain as season winds down
Brewers officials said Thursday that Corey Hart is recovering well from his latest knee surgery and is expected to visit Miller Park next week during the season's final homestand.
9/12/2013 | Masterson plays catch up to 90 feet Thursday
Right-hander Justin Masterson -- who strained his left oblique muscle in his Sept. 2 start against Baltimore and had to leave the game in the second inning -- played catch before Thursday's series opener against the White Sox.
9/12/2013 | Cards without Molina, Rosenthal against Brewers
Neither Yadier Molina nor Trevor Rosenthal were available Thursday night against the Brewers, both are away from the team for personal reasons.
9/12/2013 | Tempers flare a bit as Werth hit by pitch
In the eighth inning of the Nationals 7-2 victory over the Mets, Jayson Werth was hit in the back by Frank Francisco on a 3-0 count. Werth was clearly not happy, and catcher Anthony Recker and home plate umpire Jim Reynolds prevented Werth from going to the mound.
9/12/2013 | Chat transcript with D-backs CEO Hall
D-backs president and CEO Derrick Hall answered fans' questions during his September web chat. Hall chatted about injuries and extra-inning games that he thought hurt the team this season and said a trade opportunity seems to be the most realistic way to fill the holes.
9/12/2013 | Year two contrasts year one for Ventura
The second year of Robin Ventura's managerial career has been quite different than the first.
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