Offense continues to fuel the Rays’ fortunes. Wednesday afternoon, a four-run sixth provided the separation needed to lead to an 8-3 win over the Reds at Tropicana Field.
Thank Tommy Pham and countless Phillies mistakes for the Cardinals’ 7-6 victory in 10 innings on Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park.
The Padres lost their starter in the third inning and struggled to hit in the clutch but overcame all of that on Wednesday.
Padres right-hander Miguel Diaz left his Wednesday start early with a right forearm strain after tossing 2 1/3 scoreless frames against the Cubs on 43 pitches.
Two of the best hitters in the Major Leagues will be on the same field in opposition on Friday when Joey Votto and the Reds visit Washington to face Bryce Harper and the Nationals.
Nationals manager Dusty Baker didn’t need to take much time on his decision to leave one of the National League’s best pitchers in the ballgame.
Nationals manager Dusty Baker made the right call in sticking with Max Scherzer in the bottom of the eighth inning Wednesday afternoon. That it didn’t work out is beside the point. Life in the fast lane, etc.
Dominant. Electric. Unhittable. Max Scherzer was all those things for most of Wednesday afternoon at Marlins Park.
Max Scherzer was on the brink of joining historical pitching company, but instead, he was victimized by a two-out error that led to an agonizing loss on Wednesday afternoon at Marlins Park.
Matt Kemp’s opposite-field, two-run home run off Cory Gearrin enabled the Braves to claim a 5-3, 11-inning win over the Giants Wednesday night at SunTrust Park.
Trailing the Brewers in the National League Central Division by a slim margin, the Cubs and Jake Arrieta take on the Marlins for the first of four on Thursday in Miami. Miami has won five of the last six against Chicago in South Florida.