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  • Playoff Week 2
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  • Player Notes
    Chris Archer Sep 20 3:40am ET

    Tampa Bay Rays starting pitcher Chris Archer went six innings allowing two runs Tuesday versus the Chicago Cubs. He struck out six to move his season total to 241, which is third in the AL. He took the loss as the Rays only scored once. He has a losing record and a mediocre ERA this season but he is extremely talented. He could make a good bargain in 2018 if people look too much at his record and ERA.

    Chase Anderson Sep 20 3:30am ET

    Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Chase Anderson went six scoreless innings with eight strikeouts Tuesday versus the Pirates. The Brewers would win the game 1-0. Anderson earned the victory to move his season record to 11-3 with a 2.74 ERA. He is having a breakout season and should be owned in virtually every league he is eligible.

    Aaron Wilkerson Sep 20 2:50am ET

    Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Aaron Wilkerson will start Wednesday for Milwaukee against Pittsburgh. He is the latest fill-in for a rotation that has been seriously weakened by injuries. He is not an uber-prospect but logic suggests that the Brewers believe he will be effective since they are starting him with 11 games left in the season where they are one game out of the second wild-card position. The Pirates have not scored in the first two games of the series so the Brewers hope is that they stay quiet for one more day.

    Yunel Escobar Sep 20 2:23am ET

    Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 3B Yunel Escobar (oblique) hit in the cage and took infield practice Tuesday, Sept. 19. Escobar's next step is to take BP with the club, according to manager Mike Scioscia.

    Danny Salazar Sep 20 2:23am ET

    Cleveland Indians RHP Danny Salazar is scheduled to start Thursday, Sept. 19. He had been used exclusively out of the bullpen since being activated from the disabled list on Sept. 5.

    Michael Brantley Sep 20 2:23am ET

    Cleveland Indians OFs Michael Brantley (ankle), Lonnie Chisenhall (calf) and Brandon Guyer (wrist) did not travel with the team for their three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim that began Tuesday, Sept. 19.

    Brandon Guyer Sep 20 2:23am ET

    Cleveland Indians OFs Michael Brantley (ankle), Lonnie Chisenhall (calf) and Brandon Guyer (wrist) did not travel with the team for their three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim that began Tuesday, Sept. 19.

    Lonnie Chisenhall Sep 20 2:23am ET

    Cleveland Indians OFs Michael Brantley (ankle), Lonnie Chisenhall (calf) and Brandon Guyer (wrist) did not travel with the team for their three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim that began Tuesday, Sept. 19.

    Xavier Cedeno Sep 20 2:13am ET

    The Tampa Bay Rays recalled INF Daniel R. Robertson and RHP Chih-Wei Hu from Triple-A Durham on Tuesday, Sept. 19, and they also activated LHP Xavier Cedeno (forearm) from the disabled list.

    Daniel Robertson Sep 20 2:13am ET

    The Tampa Bay Rays recalled INF Daniel R. Robertson and RHP Chih-Wei Hu from Triple-A Durham on Tuesday, Sept. 19, and they also activated LHP Xavier Cedeno (forearm) from the disabled list.

    Chih-Wei Hu Sep 20 2:13am ET

    The Tampa Bay Rays recalled INF Daniel R. Robertson and RHP Chih-Wei Hu from Triple-A Durham on Tuesday, Sept. 19, and they also activated LHP Xavier Cedeno (forearm) from the disabled list.

    Hisashi Iwakuma Sep 20 1:53am ET

    Seattle Mariners RHP Hisashi Iwakuma (shoulder) will not return this season, according to manager Scott Servais. Iwakuma is now seeking opinions as to whether or not he requires surgery to correct the problem.

    Rhys Hoskins Sep 20 1:50am ET

    Rhys Hoskins didn't hit a home run tonight against the Los Angeles Dodgers, but he still managed to come up huge with an extra base hit. Starting at first and batting cleanup, Hoskins picked up two hits on the night, the first coming in the sixth to put his team on the board. With the bases loaded and a tied game in the ensuing inning, the 24-year-old stepped up to the plate against Pedro Baez. Hoskins drilled a double to center field, clearing the bases and putting his team ahead, 5-2. While the Phillies would tack on another run, it was this hit that made all the difference. Hoskins continues to be an increasingly exciting player for the Phillies, now hitting .299 with 18 home runs and 43 RBI in 39 games.

    Aaron Nola Sep 20 1:50am ET

    Philadelphia Phillies ace Aaron Nola put together his second consecutive quality start en route to victory against the flailing Los Angeles Dodgers. The 24-year-old allowed two runs on five hits and two walks across seven innings of work, striking out eight along the way. His two runs surrendered came in the third and fourth inning, and it appeared that he wouldn't receive any support as evidenced by the first five innings. In the sixth, the offense finally got on the board, but it was the seventh that put them ahead for good. The Phillies put together four runs in the seventh, a decisive swing that put them ahead though the end. The victory improved Nola's record to 12-10 on the season, while his ERA now stands at 3.56 on the year.

    Jose Pirela Sep 20 1:43am ET

    San Diego Padres OF Jose Pirela (finger) was slated to take batting practice Tuesday, Sept. 19, and then be evaluated. Pirela could be shut down for the remainder of the season.

    Chris Owings Sep 20 1:43am ET

    Arizona Diamondbacks SS Chris Owings (finger) hopes to rejoin the team for the final series of the regular season, which runs from Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 against the Kansas City Royals.

    Tyler Lyons Sep 20 1:40am ET

    St. Louis Cardinals relief pitcher Tyler Lyons earned his third save of the season on Tuesday, helping the Cardinals beat the Reds. Lyons only needed to record two outs, as he came in with one out already on the scoreboard. Juan Nicasio started the inning and was presumably going to have the chance to earn the save, but he got into trouble and was replaced by Lyons, who got the last two outs of the night. Nicasio still seems like the safer bet for saves, but Lyons could get a couple in the last few games.

    Brett Gardner Sep 20 1:30am ET

    With the New York Yankees trailing from the first inning of the game, their leadoff hitter and spark plug went to work. Outfielder Brett Gardner doubled in the second inning, putting his club on the board right after they went down a run. In his next time at the plate, the 34-year-old singled home the tying run as part of a two-run frame that put his team ahead for good. Gardner is putting together another solid season for the Yankees, currently hitting .262, which would be his highest season average since 2013. Additionally, he's recorded 20 home runs, a career high, while he stands eight RBI away from tying his personal record from two seasons ago.

    CC Sabathia Sep 20 1:30am ET

    After a pair of short outings with heavy workloads, CC Sabathia returned to winning ways tonight against the Minnesota Twins, further separating the New York Yankees from the rest of wild card contestants. The 37-year-old veteran went six innings, allowing just two runs on six hits and a walk while striking out five. Sabathia's two runs surrendered came within the first three innings, putting his team in a hole early on. Fortunately for the veteran, his offense scored four unanswered runs to close out a 5-2 victory. The win is Sabathia's 12th of the season to just five losses with a 3.81 ERA. Incredibly, the left-hander is arguably having his best season in five years.

    Adam Warren Sep 20 1:30am ET

    The New York Yankees bullpen is frequently mentioned as one on the club's strongest points and it could be getting even stronger in the coming weeks. Adam Warren, the spot starter and reliever, who has been out since the first week of the month, could be returning soon. The 30-year-old threw on Saturday and Sunday before being scheduled to play long toss today. Warren's return could be pivotal for the Yankees, who now have a struggling Dellin Betances to deal with. For his part, Warren has been good for the club in 2017, posting a 3-2 record with a 2.40 ERA in 45 games.

  • MLB SCOREBOARD - Tue Sep 19FULL
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    MIN281
    NYY5110
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    LAD291
    PHI680
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    MIL161
    PIT060
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    BOS161
    BAL050
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    KC261
    TOR580
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    NYM4110
    MIA5100
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    CHC261
    TB110
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    OAK9140
    DET8151
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    STL880
    CIN781
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    WSH4110
    ATL250
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    CWS160
    HOU382
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    CLE6141
    LAA370
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    TEX3100
    SEA160
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    ARI241
    SD691
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