Josh Hamilton takes CC Sabathia deep
The Rangers DH pulled an off-speed pitch from the lefty over the right-field fence to knot the game at 3 after an inning. Follow live
Long ball, Estrada powering Blue Jays
Josh Donaldson, Russell Martin and Dioner Navarro have homered, and Marco Estrada, after allowing two runs in the first, has retired 13 straight. Toronto leads 5-2 in the fifth. Follow live
Jones' big swing erases Tigers no-hitter
Alfredo Simon was solid the first time through the Baltimore rotation, but Adam Jones' 16th HR of the year got two runs back for the Orioles after Detroit's 5-run 4th. Baltimore still trails 7-2. Follow live
Pirates bolster already strong bullpen
Joakim Soria, who is heading from Detroit to Pittsburgh, has a 2.85 ERA this year -- his best since 2010. Soria will be the fourth Pirates reliever with at least 40 IP and an ERA of 2.85 or lower this season.
Gonzalez is gone early for Baltimore
Miguel Gonzalez's shortest start of the season is over after just 3 1/3 innings, as the Tigers pounded the Orioles SP for 5 runs on 10 hits. But Bud Norris didn't fare much better in relief, serving up a 2-run HR to Yoenis Cespedes to make it a 5-run Detroit 4th inning and a 7-0 lead. Follow live
White Sox at their best early in Boston
With Jose Abreu's 2-run HR, Chicago has now scored 13 first-inning runs across a 4-game series with the Red Sox. That pushes the White Sox's run differential in the series to 30-14. Follow live
Video: Mets suffer heartbreaking loss
New York led San Diego 7-1 after six innings. Then a three-inning Citi Field fiasco struck.
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Gomez improves Astros outfield offense
Carlos Gomez's defense is his greatest strength, but he's not shabby with the stick either. His average (.262) and OPS (.751) both surpass the average of the current crop of Astros outfielders (.226 BA, .654 OPS)
White Sox have right guy to keep rolling
Chris Sale (2.85 ERA) takes the mound tonight at Boston attempting to cap Chicago's eight-game road trip at 8-0. They have had only one road trip of 8-0 or better in franchise history: 11-0 in 1951. (via @EliasSports) Follow live
Marlins cause a stink
The Nationals got a surprise when they hit the field at Marlins Park for batting practice on Wednesday and their soundtrack was replaced by fart noises. Really. Is this a case of whoever smelt it dealt it?