10/2/2015 | Shuck makes tumbling, barehanded grab
With just two games left in the regular season, J.B. Shuck is making his last games in 2015 count.
10/2/2015 | Angels stay in WC picture with rally vs. Texas
The Rangers missed out on a chance to clinch the American League West, as the Angels pulled out a 2-1 victory in the ninth inning on Friday night.
10/2/2015 | Astros, Correa enjoy record-setting night
The Astros set a franchise record with 21 runs scored on Friday night against the D-backs, thanks in part to Carlos Correa, who set the club rookie record with his 22nd home run, one of four big flies by playoff-hungry Houston.
10/2/2015 | Look, up in the sky ... Pillar does it again
Another day, another amazing grab by the Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar, who ranged deep into the gap in right-center and lunged for a sprawling catch to rob the Rays' Luke Maile in Toronto's 8-4 win on Friday night.
10/2/2015 | Blue Jays rally in a hurry, close in on home field
Edwin Encarnacion and Russell Martin homered while Mark Buehrle picked up win No. 15 with 6 2/3 innings as the Blue Jays inched closer to clinching home-field advantage throughout the postseason with an 8-4 victory over the Rays on Friday night at Tropicana Field.
10/2/2015 | Cano to have surgery to repair sports hernia
Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano will undergo surgery to repair a sports hernia Oct. 13 in Philadelphia, Mariners Medical Director Dr. Edward Khalfayan announced Friday.
10/2/2015 | Puig will be with club this weekend
Yasiel Puig will be back in Los Angeles this weekend after playing in simulated games on back to back days at the Dodgers' extended spring training facility in Arizona.
10/2/2015 | Sale sets franchise single-season mark for strikeouts
The White Sox single-season strikeout record set at 269 by Ed Walsh in 1908 officially moved to Chris Sale's resume during Friday's 2-1 win over the Tigers at U.S. Cellular Field. Sale's third strikeout, and 270th of the season, came against James McCann with one out in the second.
10/2/2015 | Dodgers help home-field chances with win
The Dodgers put together a five-run third inning to bury the Padres, 6-2, on Friday night at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers moved a half-game ahead of the Mets for home-field advantage in the National League Division Series.
10/2/2015 | Votto reaches base in club-record 48th straight
The infield hit he notched in Friday's 6-4 loss vs. the Pirates was atypical for Joey Votto, but it did not reduce the mark he reached that shows his capacity and consistency of getting on base. In the third inning, Votto tied the club record held by Pete Rose by reaching safely in his 48th straight game.
10/2/2015 | RF Polanco nabs another runner at 1st base
Gregory Polanco is getting pretty good at this 9-3 putout thing. For the second time in 17 games, the Pirates' right fielder nailed a runner at first on a clean "hit." This time, the play saved a run because it came with a runner on third and two outs in the second inning of Friday's 6-4 win in 12 innings over the Reds at PNC Park.
10/2/2015 | Ventura to return as manager in 2016
Robin Ventura will return for his fifth season as White Sox manager, general manager Rick Hahn said prior to Friday's game against the Tigers.
10/2/2015 | Royals top Twins, keep pace in home-field chase
The Royals dealt the Twins a critical blow to their postseason chances, as Ben Zobrist connected on a go-ahead RBI double in the eighth in a 3-1 win on Friday night at Target Field.
10/2/2015 | Current one-game Wild Card format effective
With a one-game decider in each league to start October, you have zero scheduling concerns. It even works during those times when the regular season is extended for makeup games and tiebreakers. It also provides plenty of drama, which should include the Jake Arrieta-Gerrit Cole matchup in the NL Wild Card Game.
10/2/2015 | Twins plan for possible postseason scenarios
While the Twins will need some help if they're to make the postseason for the first time since 2010, it hasn't stopped them from planning ahead.
10/2/2015 | Pirates could overpower Reds rookie
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10/2/2015 | Bucs walk off, inch closer to home-field in WC
The Pirates had to come from behind to stay ahead. They did that in dramatic fashion Friday night, when Starling Marte's two-run homer in the 12th inning gave them a 6-4 win over the Reds, after the Bucs trailed, 4-0, into the bottom of the third.
10/2/2015 | Tonight's rainouts affect clinch scenarios
Large amounts of rainfall approaching the East Coast has forced a number of postponements across baseball on Friday, with the Phillies, Orioles and Mets calling off their respective home games.
10/2/2015 | O's-Yankees postponed; split DH today
As rain and winds continue to hit the East Coast, Friday night's game between the Orioles and Yankees was postponed and will be made up on Saturday as part of a day-night, split-admission doubleheader at Camden Yards, with the first game starting at 12:05 p.m. ET and the nightcap starting at 7:05.
10/2/2015 | Tulo tests shoulder, deemed fit for return to field
The final piece to the Blue Jays' puzzle was added Friday night when Troy Tulowitzki made his return from a three-week absence because of a cracked left shoulder blade.
10/2/2015 | Tommy John surgery for Braves' Rodriguez
When the Braves acquired Paco Rodriguez from the Dodgers on July 30, they hoped his injured left elbow would be healthy enough for him to be a part of their bullpen in September. But it now looks like the left-handed reliever will remain sidelined through the end of the 2016 season.
10/2/2015 | Source: Nats dismiss two in front office
The Nationals have begun making changes in their front office, according to a baseball source. The team has dismissed Bill Singer, who was the director of international scouting and a special assistant to general manager Mike Rizzo, and advanced scout Bob Johnson. The Nationals did not confirm the report.
10/2/2015 | Marlins-Phillies postponed; twin bill Saturday
Tonight's scheduled game between the Phillies and Miami Marlins was cancelled due to rain and will be made up tomorrow, Saturday, October 3, as part of a single admission doubleheader which will begin at 4:05 p.m. All gates will open at 3:05 p.m.
10/2/2015 | Today's starting lineups: Oct. 2
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
10/2/2015 | Eyeing 300 K's, Kershaw to have short finale start
As he closes in on 300 strikeouts, Clayton Kershaw will pitch only three or four innings in his final start of the season on Sunday against the Padres, according to manager Don Mattingly.
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