5/3/2016 | Marlins showcase offensive depth with homers
Maybe the Marlins have some home run threats besides Giancarlo Stanton after all. The long ball has certainly been a weapon for the club of late, and it showed again on Tuesday night. Marcell Ozuna and Christian Yelich each connected in Miami's 7-4 win over the D-backs at Marlins Park.
5/3/2016 | Giants slip past Reds with eventful 8th
The Giants' go-ahead rally in Tuesday night's 3-1 victory over the Reds featured more ingredients than Cincinnati-style chili (a mix of questionable nutritional value featuring spaghetti, meat paste and shredded cheese, to which beans and onions are often added).
5/3/2016 | Dodgers' slumping bats come alive vs. Rays
Trayce Thompson, who Tuesday night drove in as many runs as the Dodgers scored in the previous three games combined (four), said he wasn't shocked at the sudden offensive surge that powered the team to a 10-5 Interleague win over the Rays.
5/3/2016 | Francisco treat: Lindor leads with bat, glove
Francisco Lindor's audience at Progressive Field is growing accustomed to seeing the shortstop smiling wide out on the field. There it was again on Tuesday night, when he pulled off another stunning defensive play in the second inning against the Tigers.
5/3/2016 | Reds starter Lamb solid in emergency debut
Injuries have decimated the Reds' rotation already in 2016 and the latest one to Jon Moscot forced the Reds to cut short John Lamb's rehab assignment and activate him from the disabled list. He provided a decent six-inning start Tuesday for a no-decision while Cincinnati still came up short in a 3-1 loss.
5/3/2016 | Severino shows progress despite taking loss
Luis Severino seemed to have shown enough improvement on Tuesday to keep his spot in the rotation, but the end result was still one that has become far too familiar for the Yankees -- another game, another loss.
5/3/2016 | Mariners crush Gray, A's as Kuma cruises
Robinson Cano, Leonys Martin and Kyle Seager homered for the Mariners, backing a tremendous seven-inning performance from right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma to help Seattle secure an 8-2, series-clinching victory over the A's at the Coliseum on Tuesday night.
5/3/2016 | Bour dislocates finger on slide into second
Marlins first baseman Justin Bour dislocated his left pinkie sliding into second base in the eighth inning of a 7-4 victory over the D-backs on Tuesday at Marlins Park.
5/3/2016 | Trumbo showing no signs of slowing down
Mark Trumbo, coming off an impressive April in which he batted .337/.385/.573 with six homers and 19 RBIs, shows no signs of slowing down. The Orioles' right fielder was back at it again on Tuesday, blasting a pair of homers and driving in three runs in a 4-1 win over the Yankees.
5/3/2016 | Heat exhaustion: Verlander toils in first inning
Replay allowed the Indians to take a run off the board from the Tigers in the top of the first inning Tuesday night. Justin Verlander could only wish replaying his matchups in the bottom half could be as productive.
5/3/2016 | Strasburg seemingly will benefit from 2012 call
Almost exactly four years ago, as the early-season success of Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals captured national attention, Bill Shaikin wrote in the Los Angeles Times about the Nationals' plan to shut down their young ace.
5/3/2016 | Astros ride two big blasts to win over Twins
George Springer homered for the second game in a row, hitting a two-run shot over the railroad tracks high above Minute Maid Park's left field to cap a three-run fourth inning and send the Astros to a 6-4 win over the Twins on Tuesday night.
5/3/2016 | Casali shows signs of being answer at catcher
Curt Casali is showing signs of becoming an everyday catcher. In Tuesday night's 10-5 loss to the Dodgers, Casali displayed toughness, power and a strong throwing arm.
5/3/2016 | Quintana quiets Red Sox as Abreu stays hot
Jose Quintana's scoreless-innings streak came to an end during the White Sox 4-1 victory over the Red Sox on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. But the southpaw still was impressive enough to improve for his fourth win by yielding the lone run over eight innings.
5/3/2016 | Tillman baffling batters with entire arsenal
Despite being in first place the entire first month of the season, the Orioles knew continued success would hinge on their largely-underperforming rotation turning the corner.
5/3/2016 | Mallex's first 3B becomes first HR after review
Mallex Smith thought he had a pretty interesting story to tell after he was forced to exit his April 11 Major League debut because he busted his forehead open on his first stolen-base attempt. But that story has been trumped by the tale of his first career homer, which became a reality moments after he thought he'd recorded his first career triple
5/3/2016 | Wisler extends mastery of Mets in 8-inning gem
In throwing eight scoreless innings of one-hit ball in the Braves' 3-0 win on Tuesday night at Citi Field, Matt Wisler showed why he garnered so much attention when he came to Spring Training and provided strong indication that he could prove to be one of the most valuable members of Atlanta's rotation this year.
5/3/2016 | Aces all day for MLB.TV's packed slate
Whether you prefer day games or night games, today's Major League schedule has games -- and aces -- for you. The first seven games all will begin in the afternoon, with the Cubs' Jon Lester, the Nationals' Stephen Strasburg and the Mariners' Felix Hernandez among the pitchers slated to start.
5/3/2016 | Harvey still looking for answers after loss
The ballpark may have been different, the deficit smaller, the team on the other side not quite so formidable, but on the one-month anniversary of Matt Harvey's Opening Night start against the Royals, it was difficult not to notice that little has changed. Harvey is still struggling to retire batters in the middle innings, struggling to win games, struggling to rediscover his dominant form of old.
5/3/2016 | Wacha returns to old form against Phillies
Michael Wacha allowed one run in eight innings Tuesday, a home run to Ryan Howard, but showed dominant stuff otherwise.
5/3/2016 | Brewers' homers, bullpen hold off Angels for Guerra
Jonathan Lucroy and Chris Carter hit back-to-back home runs in the Brewers' go-ahead fifth inning to power a long-awaited victory for right-hander Junior Guerra, who gave new meaning to the term journeyman in a 5-4 win over the Angels at Miller Park on Tuesday night.
5/3/2016 | Howard's homecoming a blast
Ryan Howard's homecoming to St. Louis went well Tuesday, as his home run was the difference in a victory over the Cardinals.
5/3/2016 | Nola runs scoreless streak to 20 innings
Aaron Nola tossed another gem on Tuesday against the Cardinals, throwing seven scoreless innings while running his scoreless-innings streak to 20 innings.
5/3/2016 | Reds relievers set dubious runs-allowed record
On Tuesday in the top of the eighth inning, the Giants scored two runs against Cincinnati reliever Caleb Cotham to snap a 1-1 tie. That made it 21 consecutive team games with at least one run allowed by the Reds bullpen to set a single-season record.
5/3/2016 | Rizzo, Matz may lead stars in day-heavy slate
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