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MLB News - 09/18/14
- Puig learning that spotlight isn't always fun
For all the focus and excitement that surrounds Dodgers center fielder Yasiel Puig, it is important to step back and times and remember that he remains a player with a ton of raw ability who is far from a finished product.
- Peavy everything Bochy expected him to be
When the Giants' braintrust sat down in July to discuss the possible acquisition of Jake Peavy from the Red Sox, Bruce Bochy was asked about his previous experience managing the right-hander as a youngster when the two were together with the Padres. "They knew I was all in on it," Bochy said.
- Postseason Picture for Wednesday, Sept. 17
It was a lovely Tuesday night to be out and about along the Beltways. How often do you get a chance to celebrate division titles by two home teams in one night?
- Dee pads Gold Glove resume with amazing play
Tuesday night's glove-flick double play could very well end up being the poster for Dodgers second baseman Dee Gordon's Gold Glove campaign. And he still has no idea how it unfolded.
- Sloppy A's miss chance to increase Wild Card lead
The A's began their final regular season homestand Tuesday night with a sloppy, 6-3 loss to the Rangers.
- Play at plate sums up Dodgers' loss to Rockies
Dan Haren's struggles and a boatload of misfortune led to the Dodgers' 10-4 loss on Tuesday night, despite outhitting the Rockies 16-9. Los Angeles' lead in the National League West shrunk to three games after San Francisco's win in Arizona.
- Peavy's gem helps Giants gain ground on LA
The Giants secured a victory they desperately needed to regain their stride in their twin postseason races Tuesday night, outlasting the Arizona Diamondbacks, 2-1. Buster Posey homered to help support Jake Peavy's resolute 7 2/3-inning effort that ended San Francisco's three-game losing streak.
- Mariners break out to inch closer in WC race
Two games into a rugged 11-game road trip, the journey suddenly got a lot smoother for the Mariners on Tuesday night as they steamrolled the Angels, 13-2, and pulled within a game of an American League Wild Card berth.
- Angels' bullpen approach hits snag in rout
The Angels' game plan of going with bullpen arms in place of Garrett Richards came undone Tuesday night, when the Mariners cruised to a 13-2 victory. Despite the loss, the Halos dropped their magic number to clinch the AL West to two with Oakland losing to Texas.
- Girardi, Phelps, Pena ejected; benches clear
Things escalated quickly at Tropicana Field on Tuesday, as the benches cleared and three Yankees were ejected in the late innings of the Rays' 6-1 win. Yankees manager Joe Girardi was tossed in the top of the eighth, and his replacement -- bench coach Tony Pena -- as well as right-handed reliever David Phelps were ejected a half-inning later, after Phelps sent a fastball under Kevin Kiermaier's chin and to the backstop -- a play that emptied both dugouts.