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6/19/2014 | Defense in seventh crucial on Kershaw's historic night

Miguel Rojas' glove finally got him to the big leagues after eight years in the Minors, and he showed it off in the seventh inning, robbing Troy Tulowitzki to preserve Clayton Kershaw's first no-hitter.


6/19/2014 | Fans gobble up free no-hitter pizza in three minutes

Domino's pledged to give away 20,000 pizzas after each of the first two no-hitters to registered MLB.com users, and that's exactly what happened after the second no-hitter of the 2014 season was tossed on Wednesday. And it took only three minutes for all the pies to be claimed.


6/19/2014 | Rockies no-hit by Dodgers ace Kershaw

Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw no-hit the Rockies in Colorado's 8-0 loss on Wednesday night at Dodger Stadium. It was the third time the Rockies have been no-hit in franchise history.


6/19/2014 | Gio returns from DL with five-inning outing

Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez made his first start since May 17 and did not figure in the decision as Washington edged the Astros, 6-5, on Wednesday night.


6/19/2014 | Kerfection: Dodgers no-no next-best thing to perfect

Clayton Kershaw struck out a career-high 15 while crafting the 12th no-hitter in Los Angeles Dodgers history on Wednesday night. The only baserunner the Rockies managed reached on an error in the seventh inning as the lefty followed Josh Beckett's May 25 effort with the club's second no-no of the season.


6/19/2014 | Medica's clutch hit lifts Padres on tribute night

Andrew Cashner's heat, along with a pinch-hit, RBI single by Tommy Medica in the eighth inning, gave the Padres a 2-1 victory Wednesday night, making sure their fans were happy in a homestand opener that included a tribute to Padres icon Tony Gwynn.


6/19/2014 | D-backs win on Campana's first career walk-off

Tony Campana's grounder to the right side of second base just eluded a diving Rickie Weeks, and the D-backs walked off with a 4-3 win over the Brewers on Wednesday night at Chase Field.


6/19/2014 | Texas rides Hinojosa's homer to advance in CWS

C.J. Hinojosa's homer backed right-hander Chad Hollingsworth's 8 1/3 shutout innings as Texas beat UC Irvine, 1-0, on Wednesday night to set up a Friday afternoon matchup with Vanderbilt.


6/18/2014 | Snider enters game for different reason: to pitch

With Gregory Polanco having replaced him in right field, Pirates outfielder Travis Snider found something else to do Wednesday night. He pitched.


6/18/2014 | D-backs settle one score, but lose another

The Arizona Diamondbacks may well believe that they have reasons to throw at Ryan Braun, right fielder of the Milwaukee Brewers. Some of these reasons are three-year-old reasons. But Tuesday night at Chase Field, when the D-backs apparently chose to take a couple of shots at Braun, their timing was less than exquisite.


6/18/2014 | Parker's nice play at first rewarded after review

It took every inch that Rockies rookie Kyle Parker could stretch -- and a replay review -- for him to pass his first big test playing first base, as Walt Weiss won a challenge when the original call ruled Parker was pulled off the bag by catcher Wilin Rosario's throw on Dee Gordon's swinging bunt in the third inning Wednesday at Dodger Stadium.


6/18/2014 | Blue Jays' Cecil placed on DL after groin injury returns

Blue Jays left-hander Brett Cecil was placed on the disabled list after it became very apparent during Wednesday night's game against the Yankees that his groin injury has yet to completely heal.


6/18/2014 | Padres open homestand with tribute to Gwynn

In the Padres' first home game since the death of Hall of Fame outfielder Tony Gwynn, the team honored "Mr. Padre" with a brief pregame ceremony Wednesday at Petco Park.


6/18/2014 | Nationals spring comeback behind three-run seventh

There was good news all around Wednesday night at Nationals Park, the best of which came in the Nationals' 6-5 comeback win that completed a two-game sweep of the Astros.


6/18/2014 | Bautista notches 1,000th hit of career in defeat

Jose Bautista recorded the 1,000th hit of his career with an RBI double during the eighth inning of Wednesday night's 7-3 loss to the Yankees.


6/18/2014 | Ortiz, Napoli make history with 10th-inning blasts

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, blasts from David Ortiz and Mike Napoli in the 10th inning Wednesday marked the first time in the modern era (1900-present) that a team won a game in extra innings with back-to-back home runs and had not scored any runs before the first home run.


6/18/2014 | Smoak starts rehab assignment at Triple-A

Mariners first baseman Justin Smoak, on the disabled list since June 9 with a strained left quad, began his Minor League rehab assignment for Triple-A Tacoma on Wednesday. Michael Saunders and Corey Hart will likely begin their own rehab stints Friday with Tacoma.


6/18/2014 | Butler pauses rehab; Chatwood, Anderson progress

The Rockies have slowed right-hander Eddie Butler's rehab from right rotator cuff inflammation, but righty Tyler Chatwood (right flexor tendon strain) and lefty Brett Anderson (broken left index finger) made strides in their respective rehabs on Wednesday.


6/18/2014 | Halos to face tough call when Skaggs returns

Angels lefty Tyler Skaggs, placed on the 15-day disabled list June 10 because of a strained right hamstring, hopes to face hitters via a simulated game on Saturday, which would set him up to return to the rotation early next week. At some point before then, the Angels will have a tough decision on their hands.


6/18/2014 | Lawrie day to day after getting hit by pitch in hand

Blue Jays infielder Brett Lawrie is considered day to day after he was struck on his left hand by a pitch during Wednesday's 7-3 loss to the Yankees.


6/18/2014 | Polanco takes place in Bucs history in loss to Reds

Gregory Polanco became the first rookie in Pirates history to hit safely in each of his first eight games in Wednesday's 11-4 loss to the Reds at rainy PNC Park.


6/18/2014 | Simon NL's first 10-game winner as Reds rout Bucs

The Reds scored seven runs in the third to back a solid Alfredo Simon en route to an 11-4 win over the Pirates on Wednesday at PNC Park.


6/18/2014 | Among pitching elite, Gray is an early riser

At the age of 24, and less than three years removed from signing his first pro contract, Sonny Gray has stepped in and become the go-to guy in the A's injury-plagued rotation, a key part of the A's bid for a third consecutive American League West title.


6/18/2014 | Nationals win challenge in first inning against Astros

Denard Span walked to lead off the frame before attempting to steal. Astros catcher Jason Castro fired a throw to second base and Span was called out. Nationals manager Matt Williams argued Span was safe and challenged the call.


6/18/2014 | Alonso lands on disabled list with sore wrist

Padres first baseman Yonder Alonso landed on the disabled list with tendinitis in his right wrist. "It's not day to day ... it could be a bit longer," manager Bud Black said. "This could take a number of days or weeks."




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