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6/26/2014 | Royals unable to reap benefits of challenge

Talk about a strange ninth inning. An umpire's call was overturned via a challenge, a Royals player was ejected for applauding and the series finale against the Dodgers ended on a "snow cone."


6/26/2014 | Pena provides pop in second game with Rangers

Just one night after going 0-for-4 in his season debut in Arlington, Rangers first baseman Carlos Pena sent his first home run of the season over the right-field wall Wednesday in an 8-6 loss to the Tigers.


6/26/2014 | Van Slyke secures win with his fingertips

With a runner at second and one out in the ninth, the Royals' Lorenzo Cain sent a pitch toward the right-field corner, a tie game for sure, until the outstretched glove of first baseman Scott Van Slyke just barely hung onto the ball to help end a 5-4 win for the Dodgers.


6/26/2014 | Richards turns in solid start in Angels' fifth straight

Garrett Richards dazzled again Wednesday, this time holding the Twins to two runs over 7 1/3 innings and propelling the Angels to a 6-2 win, their fifth in a row, at Angel Stadium.


6/26/2014 | Buchholz overcomes homers, gets win in his return

The Red Sox needed a win as much as starter Clay Buchholz needed a solid performance. Both got what they wanted Wednesday night at Safeco Field when the Sox avoided a three-game sweep with a 5-4 victory over the Mariners.


6/26/2014 | Doctored ball? Drew joins 'Express Written Consent'

"Grey's Anatomy' star Sarah Drew takes part in 'Express Written Consent,' talking about her favorite TV doctors and her role in 'Moms' Night Out.'


6/26/2014 | Wild finish in 12th gives Orioles comeback victory

Shut down for seven innings, the Orioles came to life in the eighth inning Wednesday night on Nelson Cruz's game-tying grand slam and then squeaked out a 5-4 victory over the White Sox in the 12th on a wild pitch.


6/26/2014 | Richmond pitches Dems to victory over GOP

In Wednesday's 53rd edition of the Congressional Baseball Game for charity -- which was cut short by lightening and thunderstorms in the top of the seventh inning -- the Democrats again crushed the Republicans in a 15-6 victory at Nationals Park.


6/26/2014 | Wishing Yankees icon Jeter a happy 40th birthday

This is 40, Derek Jeter. How does it feel? "It's like turning any other number," you said Wednesday, on the eve of the big Four-Oh. "I don't really pay much attention to numbers, so it's no different to me." Just the sort of vanilla response we've come to expect from Derek Jeter.


6/25/2014 | Santana exits game with knee soreness

Rookie shortstop Danny Santana left Wednesday's game against the Angels in the third inning with an apparent hamstring injury after doubling to center field.


6/25/2014 | Francona's challenge helps Indians escape third

Indians manager Terry Francona won a replay challenge on a steal attempt at third base in the bottom of the third inning of Wednesday's game against the D-backs.


6/25/2014 | On day of first callup, Duvall in dugout for no-no

Given the smile on Adam Duvall's face as he sat in the clubhouse after Tim Lincecum's no-hitter on Wednesday, it's likely only Lincecum had a better day than Duvall. A few hours earlier, that seemed impossible.


6/25/2014 | Martinez duo powers Tigers to sixth straight win

Victor and J.D. Martinez essentially matched each other on Wednesday night. After their back-to-back RBI doubles powered a three-run opening inning to put Detroit ahead, their back-to-back homers leading off the fifth inning provided the insurance runs to stay on top for an eventual 8-6 Detroit win.


6/25/2014 | Ripken, Royals make baseball more accessible

On Wednesday, the Royals and Cal Ripken Jr. helped reveal a baseball field and a general park for children with special needs in Independence, Mo. A similar project will be implemented in Olathe, Kan.


6/25/2014 | Wood dominates in return to Braves' rotation

Alex Wood returned to the Braves' rotation with seven scoreless frames to top the Astros, 4-0, on Wednesday night at Minute Maid Park.


6/25/2014 | Freeman OK after getting elbow hit by pitch

Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman exited Wednesday night's game against the Astros after getting hit around the right elbow with a Darin Downs pitch in the eighth inning.


6/25/2014 | Angels confident they'll sign first-round pick

The Angels have yet to reach an agreement with their first-round Draft pick, left-handed starter Sean Newcomb, but are confident they'll get it done before the July 18 deadline to sign amateur players.


6/25/2014 | Schilling says cancer in remission

Former Red Sox pitcher and current ESPN analyst Curt Schilling used his Twitter account Wednesday to announce that his cancer is in remission.


6/25/2014 | Victorino's rehab stint put on hold with sore back

The Red Sox had hoped ailing outfielder Shane Victorino could return to the lineup Friday when they begin a three-game series on the road against the Yankees.


6/25/2014 | Ailing knee to push Masterson's next start back

Justin Masterson, who lasted just four innings Tuesday in Arizona, will not make his next scheduled start on Sunday and instead will be pushed back at least two days by a bothersome knee.


6/25/2014 | Westmoreland's No. 25 retired by Spinners

The Lowell Spinners made a dedication to Ryan Westmoreland to make sure his legacy stays on the wall at LeLacheur Park forever as the club retired Westmoreland's No. 25 jersey in the second inning of Wednesday's game against the Tri-City ValleyCats.


6/25/2014 | Halos to focus on deal to shore up bullpen

The Angels' focus is primarily on acquiring a couple of bullpen arms that can team up with Joe Smith and bolster the last nine outs of the game.


6/25/2014 | Lincecum's second no-hitter: Did you know?

A collection of facts, figures and trivia surrounding Tim Lincecum's second career no-hitter.


6/25/2014 | Tulo drops 11-pitch 'heavyweight' battle to Rosenthal

With a three-run ninth-inning deficit and two runners on base, Troy Tulowitzki battled Cardinals closer Trevor Rosenthal to 11 pitches before striking out on a high 100-mph fastball. Rosenthal then got Justin Morneau to fly out to end the Cards' 9-6 victory Wednesday afternoon.


6/25/2014 | Dodgers ride hit-by-pitch to unconventional win

A.J. Ellis took a Wade Davis cutter on the arm with the bases loaded and two outs in the eighth inning to force in the go-ahead run, and the Dodgers held on for a 5-4 Interleague win over the Royals on Wednesday night.




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