|Left-hander Jose Quintana (six innings, four hits) and three White Sox relievers combined on a four-hitter, as Chicago blanked Toronto, 4-0. Wednesday's performance lowered the team ERA to 2.24.
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|Pittsburgh's Andrew McCutchen homered three times in his team's 9-4 win over the Rockies. McCutchen, who had a three-homer effort in his 51st career game on Aug. 1, 2009, became the fourth player in franchise history to produce multiple three-homer games.
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|In the White Sox 7-5 win over the Blue Jays, 37-year-old Jimmy Rollins collected three hits (two singles and a double) and stole third base. Rollins is the oldest White Sox shortstop to have at least three hits (with one going for extra bases) and a steal since 41-year-old Luke Appling did this in 1948.
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|In Sunday's 9-0 win over the Reds on Sunday, Anthony Rizzo continued his recent homer surge, homering twice to reach eight for the year.
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|Jake Arrieta became the first pitcher to record a no-hitter in 2016 and the third pitcher in Cubs history to have multiple no-nos.
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|Allowing one run (unearned) over 6 2/3 innings, Drew Pomeranz set a career high with 10 strikeouts as the Padres defeated the Pirates, 8-2.
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|The Rays defeated the Red Sox, 3-0, in 10 innings at Fenway Park. Tampa Bay starter Drew Smyly set the tone by working eight innings of one-hit, 11-strikeout ball, becoming just the fourth left-hander since 1913 to face the Red Sox at Fenway and come away with a line that included no runs and at least 11 strikeouts, and the first since Randy Johnson in 1992.
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|In St. Louis, Cubs right-hander John Lackey worked seven scoreless innings and fanned 11 to improve to 3-0 on the year. Lackey last had a line that featured as many as 11 K's and no runs allowed on Sept. 21, 2008. At 37 years and 178 days old, he the oldest Cubs hurler since 1913 to have a line with these features, with the previous oldest being 31-year-old Pat Malone in 1934.
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|In Toronto's 5-3 win over Boston on Sunday, Jose Bautista doubled and homered. Consider the extraordinary turnaround in the career of this six-time All-Star.
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|Vince Velasquez struck out 16 Padres with no walks while allowing just three singles in a 3-0, complete-game shutout win for the Phillies. The righty's performance -- in his 21st career outing -- generated a Game Score of 97.
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|The Rockies had 18 hits -- 12 for extra bases -- and defeated the Giants, 10-6. Nolan Arenado led the way with two homers and a double. The third baseman also drove in seven; he entered this game with three extra-base hits and five RBIs for the year.
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|With a three-run homer and a two-run double in the Rangers' 8-0 win over the Mariners, Adrian Beltre ended his night's work with 1,015 career extra-base hits -- a mark that tied him with Mike Schmidt for 32nd all-time.
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|Working six innings in his season debut on Sunday, Angels starter Jered Weaver picked up a win -- the 139th victory of his career. The "W" moved Weaver past Nolan Ryan into sole possession of second place in Angels history. Chuck Finley leads with 165 wins.
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|In dramatic fashion, Albert Pujols moved one RBI closer to a milestone as he fashioned a walk-off single in the ninth to give the Angels a 4-3 win over the Rangers.
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|The visiting Red Sox, while getting contributions from new and old members of the team, defeated the Indians, 6-2.
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|Trevor Story's MLB debut and the Rockies' 2016 debut coincided to author some MLB history. With long balls in the third and fourth innings, Story became the first player to homer twice in an Opening Day Major League debut.
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|In the first game of the 2016 season, Pirates southpaw Francisco Liriano -- making his third straight Opening Day start for the team -- silencing the Cardinals' offense to the tune of three hits and 10 strikeouts over six scoreless innings at PNC Park.
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|The 2016 season won't match 2007's level as The Year of the Milestone, but it does offer its own notable array of possibilities.
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|Mike Trout is great. And the first four years of his career have been so outstanding that it's hard to overstate his greatness. But might the best be yet to come as Trout heads into his age-24 season? Those who say "no" should consider how some of baseball's all-time greats performed at the same age.
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|Looking at Jose Altuve now, you can understand why he was unheralded for so long. The Houston Astros second baseman stands at 5-foot-6 and weighs 165 pounds … at 25 years old.
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