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9/11/2013 | Tribe takes time to honor soldiers on 9/11
he Indians took a moment to honor returned United States soldiers on Wednesday, the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

9/11/2013 | Red Sox announce plans for Yaz statue at Fenway
The Red Sox will honor Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski by creating and unveiling a statue of him later this month at Fenway Park.

9/11/2013 | MLB Notebook: Werth, McCutchen are red hot
Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth and Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen have each hit at least .370 since the All-Star break to propel themselves into the mix for the NL batting title.

9/11/2013 | Fernandez's year might be best by rookie pitcher
To say that Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez had a terrific rookie year is a statement that would go unchallenged. To further propose that he had one of the most historically significant rookie seasons ever by a starter wouldn't bring much argument, either. But here's an audacious question: Has Jose Fernandez had the best rookie season any pitcher has ever had?

9/11/2013 | Pacemakers: Historic numbers on the horizon
With about one-tenth of the season remaining, we take a look at some of the impressive numbers being generated in 2013, the pace they're on for a full season and how they might stack up against history.

9/11/2013 | Today's MLB starting lineups: Sept. 11
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.

9/11/2013 | Balentien ties Japan's single-season HR record
Former Major Leaguer Wladimir Balentien connected on his 55th home run of the season on Wednesday to equal Japanese baseball's single-season record.

9/11/2013 | Cuddyer's two homers help Rockies top Giants
Michael Cuddyer knocked two home runs as the Rockies overcame Hunter Pence's six RBIs and beat the Giants, 9-8, at AT&T Park on Tuesday night. Cuddyer went deep for three runs off Giants starter Ryan Vogelsong in the fifth inning and won it with his 19th homer of the season.

9/11/2013 | When going gets tough, Pirates get going
At the very end, Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez leaped into the air and pumped a fist. "Pure, genuine excitement," he would say later. This was another night when the Pirates showed the world they're made of the right stuff, that they're a tough, resilient, confident baseball team.

9/11/2013 | Burnett's strong effort leads Bucs to sweep in Texas
Like Rocky getting off the mat after being totaled by Ivan Drago, the Pirates completed a remarkable turnaround in Texas on Wednesday. Left comatose after a brutal weekend beating in Busch Stadium, the Bucs finished off a sweep of the Rangers, 7-5, with the second line of the bullpen help pooling their resolve to preserve A.J. Burnett's eighth win.

9/11/2013 | Pulse of the Postseason: Sept. 11, 2013
The Pulse of the Postseason kept humming along on Tuesday night, and the two most storied franchises of the American League East were doing their part to keep themselves relevant all the way into October.

9/11/2013 | Sputtering Rays seeking to pop clutch in hurry
Put runners in scoring position and the Tampa Bay Rays come up empty. In blunt terms, they choke. The Rays, who led the rugged American League East by percentage points on Aug. 25, have been in an out-of-control free fall. They're a Major League-worst 4-12 since then, trying desperately to hold onto the AL's second Wild Card berth.

9/11/2013 | Uehara extends perfect streak with four-out save
Koji Uehara continues to be the perfect closer. At some point, he will probably allow another baserunner. But in the meantime, the Red Sox will just keep enjoying the ride.

9/11/2013 | BTS welcomes 11th member of Club 40 in 2013
In picking against her hometown Rockies on Tuesday night, Camille Emily Svendson, 23, became the 11th member to enter Beat the Streak Club 40 in 2013.

9/10/2013 | Van Slyke swats Dodgers closer to NL West title
The Dodgers had another walk-off hit from a rookie on Tuesday night, but it wasn't Yasiel Puig. Instead, it was Scott Van Slyke belting a two-run homer in the 11th inning to send Los Angeles past Arizona, 5-3, at Dodger Stadium.

9/10/2013 | Astros erupt on offense to back win for Lyles
One night after rallying for four runs in the ninth to break a three-game losing streak, the Astros scored early and often Tuesday night, riding a strong outing from Jordan Lyles to blast the Mariners, 13-2, and claim a series victory at Safeco Field.

9/10/2013 | Yanks bolster infield depth by acquiring Ryan
With the Yankees unsure if Derek Jeter can return this season, the club acquired shortstop Brendan Ryan from the Mariners late on Tuesday in exchange for a player to be named.

9/10/2013 | Romine possibly concussed after foul tip to mask
The Yankees suspect that catcher Austin Romine suffered a concussion after he was struck in the mask by an eighth-inning Adam Jones foul tip in Tuesday's 7-5 win over the Orioles.

9/10/2013 | A-Rod hopeful tight left hamstring not serious
Alex Rodriguez said that he felt his left hamstring tighten while running the bases in the eighth inning of the Yankees' 7-5 win over the Orioles on Tuesday, but he is hopeful that he will not be forced to miss any time.

9/10/2013 | Porcello's first complete game boosts Tigers' lead
Rick Porcello bounced back from a rough outing to toss his first complete game and the Tigers tallied five unearned runs en route to a 9-1 victory over the White Sox on Tuesday night in Chicago. Prince Fielder (HR, two RBIs) and Alex Avila (two RBIs) each had four hits.

9/10/2013 | Affeldt to return Wednesday; Gaudin needs more time
Giants left-hander Jeremy Affeldt will be activated from the disabled list Wednesday, but right-hander Chad Gaudin won't come off the DL for at least a few more days.

9/10/2013 | Oswalt looks to regain strength in next start
Veteran Rockies right-hander Roy Oswalt hopes he can maintain command throughout his time on the mound Friday night, when he starts against the D-backs at Chase Field.

9/10/2013 | Zimm wins NL-leading 17th as Nats gain in Wild Card
The Nationals continue to gain ground in the Wild Card standings as they beat the Mets, 6-3, at Citi Field on Tuesday night. The Nationals are now six games behind the Reds for the second and final National League Wild Card spot. Nationals right-hander Jordan Zimmermann won his NL-leading 17th game of the season, but it wasn't easy as he lasted only five-plus innings, allowed three runs on eight hits and struck out four batters.

9/10/2013 | Price's stellar start goes for naught in loss
Hoping to gain ground on the Red Sox and hold off a host of Wild Card suitors, the Rays sent David Price to the mound Tuesday night looking for the magic. Despite having their ace at his best, they still came away 2-0 losers to the Red Sox at Tropicana Field.

9/10/2013 | Worth the wait: Buchholz dominates in return
In an impressive return to action, Clay Buchholz fired five shutout innings, leading the Red Sox to a 2-0 victory over David Price and the Rays on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.

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