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MLB News - 08/27/14
- Today's MLB starting lineups: August 27
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
- Napoli joins elite company with massive blast
Mike Napoli's mammoth home run in the 11th inning marked the 17th time in Rogers Centre history that a player has gone deep to the fifth deck.
- Ross extends streak of quality starts to 13
Tyson Ross extended his franchise record streak of consecutive quality starts to 13 as the Padres defeated the Brewers, 4-1, on Tuesday Petco Park.
- Quirky six-spot helps Dodgers top D-backs
The National League West-leading Dodgers won back-to-back replay reviews in a six-run fourth inning and coasted to a 9-5 win over the D-backs at Chase Field on Tuesday night.
- Shoemaker stellar in drubbing; Halos alone in first
Behind a five-run fourth inning and seven shutout innings from Matt Shoemaker, the Angels bounced back to beat the Marlins, 8-2, on Tuesday night at Angel Stadium.
- Paxton cruises as Mariners blank Rangers
Rookie southpaw James Paxton bounced back from the first loss of his career to throw 6 2/3 innings Tuesday night against Texas as Seattle rolled to a 5-0 win at Safeco Field and maintained its hold on the second Wild Card position in the American League.
- Big league birthday: Corcino makes perfect debut
Birthdays come and go with various degrees of fondness as the years pile up. But Reds pitching prospect Daniel Corcino will always remember his 24th birthday and what he did on Tuesday night. Corcino made his Major League debut out of the bullpen and pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning vs. the Cubs. It was the lone bright spot for the Reds in a 3-0 loss at Great American Ball Park.
- Bumgarner takes perfecto into eighth in one-hitter
Giants ace lefty Madison Bumgarner was six outs away from a perfect game Tuesday when Justin Morneau intruded on Bumgarner's flirtation with immortality, poking a double down the right-field line. That was all the offense the Rockies could amass, though, and the Giants won, 3-0, inside AT&T Park.
- Cueto hurt by homers as Reds fall in shutout
It started pouring minutes into Johnny Cueto's start in the first inning. Anthony Rizzo hit a solo home run to right field three batters into the game before a delay stopped play for nearly an hour. When the skies cleared, the Reds went quietly in a 3-0 loss to the Cubs at Great American Ball Park.
- Spot on: Sox use seven-run rally to sink Jays
After playing small ball to break a tie, the Red Sox showed some muscle and went deep twice to put the game out of reach. Mike Napoli crushed a three-run shot to the fifth deck, and Allen Craig swatted his first homer as a member of the Red Sox to lift Boston to an 11-7 victory at Rogers Centre, creating the opportunity for the sweep on Wednesday.