You almost never see teams start runners on a count and one out in MLB in , but the Cardinals did it and it… twitter. Adam Wainwright getting handshakes and hugs from teammates; his night is done. Six scoreless innings in what was as… twitter.
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We're about to get started on Sunday Night Baseball -- Dodgers looking to finish a four-game sweep in St. Bud Norris has faced one batter in the last five days; Carlos Martinez hasn't pitched in 6 days; Jordan Hicks hasn'… twitter. With 3 victories since Thursday, the Dodgers have increased their all… twitter. All right, just about time for yankees and bluejays in the rubber match this afternoon.
ThomasPannone on the mo… twitter. Adam Wainwright strikes out nine, allowing just two hits over six scoreless innings. With Dellin Betances and the rest of New York's bullpen wearing down, Aroldis Chapman's return might help restore order to the relief corps. The focus has been on marquee talents like Manny Machado and Bryce Harper, but Daniel Murphy and others should also get top dollar.
After three years away from LA, Matt Kemp is determined to make the most of his second stint with the team that made him a star. It's mid-September and that means it is officially clinching season across MLB. Now that the Indians have joined the Red Sox, which teams could be popping champagne next?
How is Oakland winning with Edwin Jackson, Brett Anderson and any one of a dozen other pitchers on its starting staff? You know all about Ronald Acuna, but what about Johan Camargo?
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Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney. Verlander showing no signs of slowing down At age 35, Justin Verlander is having one of his finest seasons and has been at his best when the Astros need him most.