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MLB News - 09/14/14
- D-backs take game, series despite early hook for Cahill
The D-backs clinched their three-game series against the Padres with a 8-6 win at Chase Field on Sunday.
- After jacking homer, Ramos ready for postseason action
Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos made it clear after the team's 3-0 victory over the Mets on Sunday afternoon that he wants to play in the postseason.
- Angels stifled by Keuchel as win streak ends
The Angels' offense simply overheated. After bashing their way to a season-high 10-game winning streak, the Angels came crashing down to earth during Sunday's 6-1 loss to Houston, mustering just three hits as the temperature hovered in the mid-90s.
- Lester helps A's pad Wild Card lead
Lefty Jon Lester navigated his way through consistent turbulence with ace-like savvy, and the A's gave him solo home runs from Sam Fuld and Brandon Moss to help put away the Mariners, 4-0, on Sunday and claim this pivotal three-game set at Safeco Field.
- Keuchel flirts with history, halts Angels' win streak
Astros left-hander Dallas Keuchel, working in 96-degree heat at Angel Stadium against the team with the best record in baseball, stopped the Angels cold Sunday afternoon. Keuchel, who took a no-hitter into the seventh, allowed three hits in seven-plus innings for a 6-1 victory that ended the Angels' 10-game winning streak.
- Davis to head to O's spring facility to work out
Chris Davis, who is serving a 25-game suspension for using Adderall without a therapeutic use exemption, will go down to the Orioles' spring facility in Sarasota, Fla., soon to continue working out.
- Ubaldo: O's winning has made tough year easier
It's been a bizarre season for Ubaldo Jimenez, one far from what he could have expected when he signed a four-year, $50 million contract with the Orioles in the offseason. He struggled through injury and inconsistency for 20 starts before moving to the bullpen in August for the first time in his career.
- Jeter focused on winning games, not personal results
Derek Jeter said that it has been "an odd situation" to fight for playoff position while being constantly reminded that his own personal finish line is approaching, but the Yankees' captain said that he is not stressing about his recent results at the plate.
- Abreu ties White Sox rookie home run record
Jose Abreu doesn't have a clear recollection of meeting Ron Kittle. He has been introduced to so many people in this first year with the White Sox that it's difficult to remember everyone. But with one more home run over the 2014 season's final two weeks, Abreu will pass Kittle for the franchise single-season rookie record in long balls.
- Kershaw first to 19 wins; Dodgers add to lead
Overcoming command problems, Clayton Kershaw became MLB's first 19-game winner this year in a 4-2 Dodgers victory Sunday. Matt Kemp's clutch two-run homer in the sixth inning secured the series rubber game that restored the Dodgers' National League West lead to three games and trimmed the magic number for clinching the division to 11.