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8/25/2016 | Moore's near no-no leads Giants over Dodgers

In the biggest game of the year for the Giants, Matt Moore delivered the best game of his life. He fell one out shy of a no-hitter, broken up by Corey Seager's soft single to right with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, but beat the Dodgers, 4-0, to snap his club's four-game losing streak, keeping the Giants from being swept in this showdown series and trimming the deficit to two games in the National League West.

8/25/2016 | 100 RBIs: Another night, another Pujols feat

Albert Pujols added another milestone to his name in the Angels' 6-3 win over the Blue Jays on Thursday, becoming just the fifth Major League player to drive in 100-plus runs in 13 different seasons.

8/25/2016 | Freeman takes scary tumble, stays in game

Freddie Freeman was initially happy he avoided a head injury. After getting a chance to watch the replay of his scary fall over a railing during the second inning of Thursday's 3-1 win over the D-backs, the Braves first baseman also felt fortunate he didn't snap his back.

8/25/2016 | After review, Waino loses glove, Yo gets base

With one out in the fifth inning on Thursday, Mets first baseman James Loney popped a ball into short left field that landed just out of the reach of Greg Garcia. The ensuing play at third led to a replay review that opened the floodgates to a four-run inning that put the Mets ahead, 7-0.

8/25/2016 | Dominant Scherzer leads Nats' shutout of O's

Right-hander Max Scherzer was dominant at Nationals Park on Thursday night as the Nationals blanked the Orioles, 4-0, to win the finale of the four-game, home-and-home Battle of the Beltways clash. The Nats put the brakes on a four-game skid, while ending the O's three-game winning streak.

8/25/2016 | Trout, Angels solve Happ, deny Blue Jays

Mike Trout had three hits and drove in four runs as the Angels made sure the Blue Jays could not get too comfortable sitting alone atop the standings in the American League East with a 6-3 victory on Thursday night at Rogers Centre.

8/25/2016 | Felix vs. Sale duel highlights MLB.TV slate

Two American League pitching titans will share the mound today when Felix Hernandez and the Mariners take on Chris Sale and the White Sox in Chicago.

8/25/2016 | Pollock to return for opener against Reds

The D-backs will activate outfielder A.J. Pollock for Friday's series opener against the Reds at Chase Field.

8/25/2016 | 'Old school' Dusty thriving in new-look MLB

Nationals manager Dusty Baker has made the adjustment to today's game of analytics and greater front-office involvement, of 13-man pitching staffs and extreme shifts, and of players being told to learn alien positions at the big league level. And right now his team is running away with the National League East.

8/25/2016 | Dyson, Escobar propel Royals over Marlins

The blazing speed of Jarrod Dyson is obvious, but it was the center fielder's leaping ability that took a home run away from Christian Yelich in the first inning on Thursday that served as a reminder the Royals can beat you in so many ways.

8/25/2016 | Spidey sense: Dyson robs Yelich of HR

Fences were moved in and walls were lowered at Marlins Park prior to this season in hopes of producing more offense.

8/25/2016 | McCutchen leads Bucs past Crew in extras

It was Andrew McCutchen 3, Milwaukee Brewers 2 in 10 innings at Miller Park.

8/25/2016 | Pipeline preview: Allard seeks fifth straight quality start for Rome

Braves No. 4 prospect Kolby Allard starts for Class A Rome against Augusta at 7 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.

8/25/2016 | Nats encouraged as Strasburg plays catch

Stephen Strasburg has played catch on back-to-back days, an encouraging sign just days after he was placed on the disabled list with right elbow soreness.

8/25/2016 | Frazier ties it, wins it as White Sox edge Mariners

As far as the Mariners are concerned, they can't change the name of U.S. Cellular Field soon enough. A day after the White Sox announced they'll be renaming the facility Guaranteed Rate Field for next season, Seattle's struggles on the South Side continued as Todd Frazier singled in Adam Eaton for a 7-6 walk-off win on Thursday night.

8/25/2016 | Giancarlo preparing to return -- if possible

Marlins right fielder Giancarlo Stanton is hopeful to play at some point late in the season. Stopping short of making any predictions, the slugger said his body will let him know if it is possible.

8/25/2016 | Bruce doesn't expect right calf issue to linger

Though Mets outfielder Jay Bruce did not feel well enough to return to the starting lineup on Thursday against the Cardinals, as he originally intended after leaving Wednesday night's game with a right calf cramp, he does not expect the issue to linger. Bruce simply pushed his targeted return back one day, to Friday.

8/25/2016 | Mets want to give fatigued deGrom extra rest

The Mets are concerned enough about starter Jacob deGrom's recent struggles -- and convinced enough that fatigue is at the root of them -- that they are considering pushing back his next start.

8/25/2016 | Veteran Francoeur excited to join postseason push

All smiles entering the clubhouse on Thursday afternoon, Jeff Francoeur was warmly embraced by the Marlins. The 32-year-old outfielder is ready and eager for the opportunity to do his part in Miami's postseason push.

8/25/2016 | De Aza's 5 RBIs help Mets gain in Wild Card chase

A stay in St. Louis did the Mets well, as they left town following Thursday night's 10-6 victory in better National League Wild Card position than when they arrived. Capping an evening in which Seth Lugo secured his first Major League win and the offense piled on by taking advantage of a shoddy Cardinals defense, the Mets won the series and moved to within 3 1/2 games of St. Louis in the Wild Card standings.

8/25/2016 | Inbox: Which Yankees prospect could emerge as a superstar?

Jonathan Mayo discusses which Yankees prospect he sees as a future superstar, Bradley Zimmer vs. Kyle Tucker, the Braves' Austin Riley and more.

8/25/2016 | S. Korea reaches LLWS International final

The Asia-Pacific Region champs from Seoul, South Korea, kick-started Thursday with a dominant victory over Mexico. The victory catapulted South Korea into the International Championship game, where it will get a second crack at undefeated Panama.

8/25/2016 | Phillies deal longtime catcher Ruiz to Dodgers

The Phillies on Thursday sent veteran catcher Carlos Ruiz and cash to the Dodgers in exchange for catcher A.J. Ellis, pitching prospect Tommy Bergjans and a player to be named later or cash.

8/25/2016 | Rangers' big bats, Hamels lead way past Tribe

Cole Hamels has put himself into the thick of the American League Cy Young Award discussion with a stellar second half. That continued on Thursday night, when the Rangers' ace overpowered the Indians, and the offense was equally as potent, in a 9-0 victory in the opener of the four-game set between division leaders.

8/25/2016 | Dodgers land Ruiz from Phils for 'shocked' Ellis

The Dodgers acquired catcher Carlos Ruiz and cash considerations from the Phillies on Thursday in exchange for catcher A.J. Ellis, Minor League pitcher Tommy Bergjans and a player to be named later or cash considerations.

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