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MLB News - 09/01/14
- Royals hang on vs. Texas, hold onto slim division lead
After a three-game dry spell and one very wet suspended game, the Royals got back in the win column. Salvador Perez knocked in three runs with a home run and a double as Kansas City worked on a 4-3 Labor Day victory over the Texas Rangers on a 75-degree Monday evening.
- Spangenberg shines with bat, glove in debut
Cory Spangenberg rewarded the Padres immediately for promoting him from Double-A San Antonio on Monday. The 23-year-old first-round Draft pick in 2011 made a pair of nice defensive plays and also collected his first hit and RBIs in the Majors, all in front of his family, who traveled from Pennsylvania to see his debut.
- Search for new skipper begins in Houston
The next manager hired by Astros general manager Jeff Luhnow figures to be the one who will be at the helm if and when the club gets back into contention in the American League West, which some team officials believe could happen by 2016.
- Miggy hits two of Tigers' five homers in rout of Tribe
Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and J.D. Martinez each homered off Corey Kluber in the first three innings on Monday, paving the way for Detroit's 12-1 victory in Cleveland.
- Hamels in good company with combined no-no
The Phillies decided to protect their ace by pulling Cole Hamels during a no-hitter, but the lefty was still a part of history and has plenty of time to throw a no-hitter on his own.
- Top prospect Pederson among LA's September callups
On the first day of roster expansion, several new faces were in the Dodgers' clubhouse Monday. No. 3 prospect Joc Pederson, a 22-year-old outfielder, and No. 15 prospect Yimi Garcia, a 24-year-old right-handed reliever, were both in a Major League clubhouse for the first time.
- Slumping Puig moved to sixth in batting order
Looking to jump-start a slumping Yasiel Puig, manager Don Mattingly dropped his center fielder to the sixth spot in the Dodgers' batting order for Monday's series opener against the Nationals.