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7/28/2015 | Yanks rally, score 21 runs in rout of Rangers

The Yankees, down five runs after the first, scored 11 runs in the top of the second inning and went on to a 21-5 victory over the Rangers on Tuesday night. The Yankees' 19 hits included Chris Young's second grand slam of the year.

7/28/2015 | Encore: Casali on historic homer tear for Rays

Curt Casali's statline for the Rays' 10-2 victory over the Tigers Tuesday matched his Monday statline to a tee. But Casali's most recent 3-for-4, two-homer game proved to be the most memorable of the two for both sentimental and historical reasons.

7/28/2015 | Giles overcomes nerves for save in new role

Less than an hour after the Phillies announced they had traded Jonathan Papelbon and cash considerations to the Nationals for Double-A right-hander Nick Pivetta, Ken Giles picked up the save in a 3-2 victory over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

7/28/2015 | Rox bat around in 1st, hold on to top Cubs

DJ LeMahieu had three hits, including an RBI double and a triple, and Nolan Arenado smacked a two-run double to power the Rockies to a 7-2 victory over the Cubs on Tuesday night and even the series at one win apiece.

7/28/2015 | Royals marvel at Infante-Escobar flip play

Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas couldn't quite decide which play he enjoyed more: The Eric Hosmer snag of a hot grounder by Michael Brantley to save a run in the seventh, or the circus-act Omar Infante /Alcides Escobar play to get the first out in the ninth of the Royals' 2-1 win on Tuesday night.

7/28/2015 | White Sox back Shark for sixth straight win

Melky Cabrera tallied four hits, Jose Abreu went deep and a solid Jeff Samardzija pitched into the ninth inning on Tuesday night as the surging White Sox cruised to a 9-4 win over the Red Sox at Fenway Park.

7/28/2015 | Romo comfortable filling in as Giants' closer

Sergio Romo hasn't been the Giants' regular closer since June 2014, but he had little trouble recording his second save of the season in Monday's 4-2 decision over the Milwaukee Brewers.

7/28/2015 | Crush in midst of timely power surge

As the Orioles push forward to Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline trying to improve their club enough to get back into the postseason, Tuesday offered another reason why Baltimore has a chance to be in October. And Chris Davis was right at the heart of it.

7/28/2015 | Regaining timing, Freeman launches homer

When Freddie Freeman successfully campaigned to conclude his brief rehab stint much earlier than expected, he subjected himself to the frustration he has felt while being reminded that it will take time for him to reacquaint himself and his swing to the speed of a Major League game.

7/28/2015 | Pedro in vintage form as Sox retire No. 45

To the right of the other seven Red Sox players who have had their numbers retired on the right-field facade at Fenway Park, there is finally the number of a pitcher -- arguably the best in the history of a baseball-crazed city -- Pedro Martinez.

7/28/2015 | Wright won't rush return to Mets until he's ready

Third baseman David Wright took grounders on a Major League infield before the Mets' 4-0 win over the Padres on Tuesday for the first since he was placed on the disabled list with spinal stenosis on April 15. The 32-year-old also took batting practice in the cage and ran.

7/28/2015 | Syndergaard seeks perfection, gets shutout

Mets manager Terry Collins would have pulled Noah Syndergaard with a perfect game if he reached 110 pitches, but it didn't get to that point, as the rookie sensation's bid was broken up in the seventh in a 4-0 victory over the Padres on Tuesday at Citi Field.

7/28/2015 | D-backs inquired about Hamels, Chapman

D-backs general manager Dave Stewart acknowledged that the team has recently checked in on the availability of Phillies ace Cole Hamels and Reds closer Aroldis Chapman.

7/28/2015 | Correa, Altuve help pull Astros into tie for first

Jose Altuve drove in a career-high five runs, and Carlos Correa and Chris Carter went deep as the Astros rallied from an early three-run deficit to beat the Angels, 10-5, in the series opener at Minute Maid Park.

7/28/2015 | Phillies slug past Blue Jays for comeback win

Ken Giles settled into his newly minted role as closer on Tuesday, helping the Phillies seal a 3-2 win over the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.

7/28/2015 | Speculation swirls around CarGo, Reyes

Carlos Gonzalez could be slugging his way elsewhere. And although the Rockies are speaking in welcoming tones for their new shortstop, Jose Reyes, speculation is that he may not be around long either.

7/28/2015 | Bautista dismisses injury as minor leg cramp

A leg cramp -- nothing more -- forced Jose Bautista from the game in the eighth inning of the Blue Jays' 3-2 loss to the Phillies on Tuesday.

7/28/2015 | Davis homers twice as O's cruise past Braves

Chris Davis homered twice and drove in five runs to lead the Orioles to their fourth consecutive victory on Tuesday night, a 7-3 series win over the Braves at Camden Yards.

7/28/2015 | Jose stops Nats, improves to 15-0 at home

Not that Jose Fernandez is too shabby on the road, but home certainly has been where the wins are for the Miami ace. The right-hander, despite not being his sharpest, gave up one run with five strikeouts in six innings on Tuesday night in the Marlins' 4-1 win over the Nationals.

7/28/2015 | Betts flies over fence on catch-turned-homer

What was nearly an amazing catch by Red Sox center fielder Mookie Betts became a wild two-run homer for White Sox slugger Jose Abreu on Tuesday night at Fenway Park.

7/28/2015 | Braun better but still out with back spasms

Despite enduring an uncomfortable day of back spasms and multiple sessions of treatment in the training room, Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun downplayed the issue that cost him a second consecutive start Tuesday.

7/28/2015 | How Tulowitzki was (and wasn't) affected by Coors

Everyone knows that Coors Field is a hitters paradise, but what makes the balls come off the bat at such a low launch angle? For Troy Tulowitzki, he'll get the chance to see if a move to Toronto changes his approach.

7/28/2015 | Trading Tulo not easy, but had to be done

Building a pitching staff at Coors Field, with the thin air and eye-popping dimensions, will always be a huge challenge. But it has to be met for the team to compete.

7/28/2015 | Dodgers scout trade targets Price, Leake

The Dodgers have scouts at games Tuesday night started by David Price and Mike Leake, two of their rumored trade targets with the non-waiver deadline Friday at 4 p.m. ET.

7/28/2015 | Turner treated at hospital for infection on leg

Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner was out of the lineup Tuesday and was sent to the emergency room after trainers discovered an infection on his leg.

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