Marcus Stroman stole the show on Wednesday night in Toronto, shutting down the Orioles to give the Blue Jays a 4-0 win, evening their series at one game apiece.
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All Yankees teams have their own flair and personality, but the back-to-back World Series winners of 1977-78 had the most guts.
The Yankees are without Matt Holliday after placing him on the 10-day disabled list with a viral infection. Prospect Miguel Andujar received the call to the big leagues to take Holliday’s place on the active roster.
Kevan Smith’s one-out walk drawn against New York’s Dellin Betances started the White Sox two-run, game-winning rally in the ninth inning Tuesday night. It also stood as the catcher’s first walk in 130 plate appearances.
The Twins’ bullpen saw a big shift on Wednesday, as Phil Hughes was recalled from his rehab assignment at Triple-A Rochester and Craig Breslow was placed on the 10-day disabled list with left thoracic rib cage soreness.
Road wins have been a rarity for the Phillies this season, but right-hander Aaron Nola shut down the Mariners with seven innings of two-run ball en route to an 8-2 victory in Tuesday’s Interleague series opener at Safeco Field.
The good news for the Mariners: James Paxton looked more like his dominant early-season self for much of Tuesday’s seven-inning start against the Phillies.
Indians manager Terry Francona was back at Progressive Field on Wednesday, wearing a heart-rate monitor and armed with jokes. He blamed his recent health scare on a possible allergy to bench coach Brad Mills and quipped that a reporter’s ugly tie may have set off the light-headedness and increased heart rate.
Rays right-hander Chris Archer was reading Paul Coelho’s “The Alchemist” in 2012 when the realization came to him. The novel mentioned that people have something called a “personal legend.” That’s when he realized his personal legend was his influence as a professional athlete.
Jake Marisnick spoke to roughly 50-100 young people about the dangers of PEDs and the benefits of staying active on Wednesday at Minute Maid Park, when the Astros hosted their annual PLAY event, a national public awareness campaign focusing on educating America’s youth about living a healthy, active lifestyle.