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8/28/2016 | Royals win Boston series with monster inning

The surging Royals, who have thrived on the big stage in recent years, stunned the Red Sox with an eight-run sixth inning that fueled a 10-4 victory on Sunday night at Fenway Park.


8/28/2016 | Dodgers just outside top 5 in Power Rankings

The notion that the strength of a starting rotation typically dictates where a team will end up by the end of the season is a nice theory and all, but one particular team in the National League is making a strong case that starting pitching is way overrated. How else can you explain the Dodgers, with six starting pitchers on the disabled list, firmly holding their grasp onto the top spot in the NL West? They're without Clayton Kershaw and a whole mess of others, while piecing together a rotation consisting of (today at least) Rich Hill, Bud Norris, Ross Stripling, Julio Urias, and...well, pick someone.


8/28/2016 | Mondesi's bases-clearing triple picks up KC

After center fielder Paulo Orlando committed a critical two-base error that led to a three-run fifth inning for the Red Sox, rookie Raul Mondesi whacked a three-run triple to highlight an eight-run sixth inning Sunday night for the Royals, who stormed ahead to a 10-4 victory.


8/28/2016 | Jays, O's fight for AL East lead on MLB.TV

With the AL East race simply too close to call right now and playoff positions on the line, each ensuing series for these teams will become their new most important series of the season. That starts tonight in Baltimore, when the Blue Jays come into town with a three-game cushion on the Orioles.


8/28/2016 | Papi ties Foxx on all-time list with 534 HRs

Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz continues to pound the baseball in his final Major League season, joining legends as he does it. The slugger roped career homer No. 534 on Sunday night to tie Hall of Famer Jimmie Foxx for 18th on the all-time list.


8/28/2016 | Torres, Sheffield among top prospect performers Sunday

Yankees No. 2 prospect Gleyber Torres and No. 7 prospect Justus Sheffield were among the top prospect performers in the Minors on Sunday.


8/28/2016 | 5 critical series that may shape races start today

Welcome to the best time of the year. When the pressure and tension are cranked up. When seven months of hard work could be lost in an instant. These next five weeks are going to have the look and feel of postseason baseball, starting with five critical series between contenders that begin on Monday.


8/28/2016 | What a Knight! Fulmer hurls five perfect frames for Triple-A Charlotte

After an up-and-down month in the big leagues pitching out of the White Sox bullpen, Carson Fulmer has gotten back on track as a starter with Triple-A Charlotte.


8/28/2016 | Gomez endears himself to new club with glove

Carlos Gomez made a loud entrance to Globe Life Park when he smacked an emotional three-run home run in the first at-bat of his Rangers debut on Thursday. Since, though, he's been hitless and that continued with an 0-for-3 line in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Indians. But Gomez was still able to make an impact in the win with two fine defensive plays in left field.


8/28/2016 | Cubs vow to learn from game-deciding miscue

Ben Zobrist took responsibility, but it was Javier Baez who misread a play, and the miscue cost the Cubs' in a 1-0 loss to the Dodgers on Sunday. Manager Joe Maddon doesn't anticipate the same thing to happen in October.


8/28/2016 | Strahm impressing out of KC 'pen with ease

It is not supposed to be this easy. Royals rookie left-hander Matt Strahm burst onto the scene last month and has been nothing short of phenomenal.


8/28/2016 | Pollock makes impact in third game back

After going a combined 0-for-8 on Friday and Saturday, Arizona's A.J. Pollock went 3-for-5 with three singles, two stolen bases, and scored a pair of runs in a win over the Reds.


8/28/2016 | Archer reaches 200-K milestone for 2nd straight year

Chris Archer reached one milestone while avoiding another on Sunday.


8/28/2016 | Blue Jays bats could erupt Monday

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8/28/2016 | Nunez's arm gets Bumgarner's back

Madison Bumgarner allowed just three runs in seven innings in a 13-4 win against the Braves on Sunday, but the Giants' ace had third baseman Eduardo Nunez to at least partially thank for the performance.


8/28/2016 | Scoreless start snaps tough stretch for Skaggs

Tyler Skaggs threw six shutout innings at Comerica Park on Sunday, giving the Angels their second straight win and a 4-2 record on a six-game road trip against two contending teams.


8/28/2016 | Bullpen helping Bucs in Wild Card chase

The Pirates turned their Miller Park experience all the way around; from consistent defeat to daily victory. After losing nine straight here, not to mention 64 of 81 over the last 10 seasons, the Bucs swept a four-game series, finishing the job with a 3-1 victory on Sunday. In the process, they moved to one-half game back of the Cardinals for the second National League Wild Card berth.


8/28/2016 | Matz expected to start Thursday for Mets

Steven Matz threw a bullpen session before the Mets' 5-1 loss to the Phillies on Sunday, and while manager Terry Collins said the left-hander looked "fine," the Mets have decided to have him throw one more time before activating him from the disabled list..


8/28/2016 | Rangers edge Indians, pad lead in AL West

If the Indians and Rangers see each other again this season, it will be under the bright October lights with much more on the line. For now, Texas will have to settle for finishing off a successful season series with the Tribe with a 2-1 victory on Sunday at Globe Life Park.


8/28/2016 | Carpenter's big day bodes well for Cardinals

Matt Carpenter has now spent 23 days off the disabled list since returning from a strained oblique injury that sidelined him for most of July. While he hasn't returned to his pre-injury form, Sunday's 7-4 loss to the A's offered the first glimpse that he might be getting close.


8/28/2016 | Weird hop emblematic of CC's day, season

In what turned out to be one of the most pivotal moments of the Yankees' 5-0 loss to the Orioles on Sunday afternoon, the Yanks might've been better off had Starlin Castro thought less like a second baseman and more like a linebacker.


8/28/2016 | Giolito frustrated despite deepest outing

Don't tell Nationals right-hander Lucas Giolito that he pitched one of his better games as a big leaguer in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Rockies. Even though Giolito threw five innings, the most he has pitched in the big leagues thus far, he was quick to point out his shortcomings.


8/28/2016 | Seager's speed, D key as LA denies Cubs

A grounder from Adrian Gonzalez, a foot race won by Corey Seager and a run scored by Andrew Toles was the difference in a 1-0 victory for the Dodgers over the Cubs on Sunday at Dodger Stadium.


8/28/2016 | Salazar's improvement a silver lining in loss

During a 2-1 loss to the Rangers on Sunday, Cleveland walked away encouraged by a solid outing from righty Danny Salazar, whose recent issues compounded some problems for the rotation as a whole. That was the only true positive, along with the fact that the Indians did not lose in blowout fashion like in the previous two losses at Globe Life Park.


8/28/2016 | Angels blank Tigers on 4 hits to win series

The Angels completed their spoiler road trip with their second consecutive series win over an American League postseason contender. Tyler Skaggs silenced the Tigers for six scoreless innings Sunday, sending the Angels to a 5-0 win in the rubber match of a three-game weekend set at Comerica Park.




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