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9/20/2013 | Adams cleans up in return to Cards' lineup
Making his second career start as a cleanup hitter, Matt Adams reached base four times. He delivered the game-tying hit in the seventh and a go-ahead, two-run homer that measured an estimated 436 feet in the ninth.

9/20/2013 | Lincecum achieves milestone with 1,500th K
Right-hander Tim Lincecum notched another milestone on Friday night, when he recorded the 1,500th strikeout of his career.

9/20/2013 | Tribe passes Texas for WC spot with win vs. Houston
The Indians picked up a 2-1 rain-shortened win against the Astros on Friday night thanks to some some poor defense by Houston and the storm that soon followed at Progressive Field. The victory was the seventh in the past nine games for the rolling Tribe, which claimed one of the two AL Wild Card spots thanks to Texas' loss at Kansas City.

9/20/2013 | As recovery continues, Mauer's return no sure thing
One day after expressing definitive encouragement in regards to Joe Mauer's return off the disabled list, Twins general manager Terry Ryan flipped the script on Friday and questioned whether the All-Star catcher will see another at-bat before the end of the 2013 season.

9/20/2013 | A's open to using Anderson in variety of roles
Now knowing that Brett Anderson is in the bullpen for good this season, A's manager Bob Melvin has been able to experiment with the lefty in a variety of roles.

9/20/2013 | Kotsay enters final 10 days of 17-year career
Padres outfielder Mark Kotsay, who announced recently that he'll retire at the end of the season, has already started thinking about life after playing baseball -- and a potential career in the game.

9/20/2013 | Rondon completes second throwing session
Tigers reliever Bruce Rondon moved one step closer to a return to action Friday with another throwing session on the field at Comerica Park.

9/20/2013 | Cuddyer hopes to return to game action Sunday
Right fielder Michael Cuddyer, who is tied with the Braves' Chris Johnson for the best batting average in the National League, took a cortisone shot to reduce swelling in his injured left wrist with the hope that he can swing the bat on Saturday and return Sunday.

9/20/2013 | After late scratch, Jennings scores winning run
Center fielder Desmond Jennings was scratched from the Rays' lineup prior to Friday night's game against the Orioles because of neck stiffness. He entered in the ninth inning and hit a double in the 18th, then scored the winning run on David DeJesus' walk-off single.

9/20/2013 | Lefty Danks shut down for remainder of 2013 season
Left-hander John Danks pitched well on Wednesday, but the White Sox will likely make it his last start of the season.

9/20/2013 | Rangers keeping tabs on bullpen's workload
As the Rangers enter the final regular-season stretch, manager Ron Washington is going to rely on his best relievers to get them into the playoffs. But he knows that Joe Nathan, Neal Cotts and Tanner Scheppers can't pitch every game.

9/20/2013 | Blue Jays will have plenty of rotation options in '14
Toronto's rotation has been its biggest weakness this year and the only pitchers with guaranteed jobs in 2014 are R.A. Dickey, Mark Buehrle and in all likelihood, Brandon Morrow. The Blue Jays are expected to add at least one starter, but no matter what happens, there should be plenty of options at their disposal at Spring Training.

9/20/2013 | Wright homers in return, passes Piazza
The Mets were happy to see the name of David Wright penciled into the starting lineup on Friday night at Citizens Bank Park. In his first at-bat back from a right hamstring strain, Wright belted a two-run homer off Phillies starter Cole Hamels in the first inning to give him 221 for his career, which moved him into sole possession of second place on the Mets' all-time home run list, ahead of Mike Piazza and behind Darryl Strawberry's 252 blasts.

9/20/2013 | Gonzalez to start for O's on Saturday vs. Rays
Miguel Gonzalez will start Saturday's game for the Orioles against the Rays. Gonzalez is 2-2 with a 3.86 ERA in his career against the Rays, and 2-0 with a 0.92 ERA in three starts at Tropicana Field.

9/20/2013 | A's on verge of division title after rout of Twins
The A's magic number to secure the American League West for a second straight year shriveled to just two in Friday evening's 11-0 victory over the Twins, in part because they got a little help from their friends, while also doing plenty of work of their own.

9/20/2013 | Brewers cautious with, but optimistic about Segura
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke maintained Friday that he would not play All-Star Jean Segura for the remainder of the season if his right hamstring -- strained in Wednesday's 7-0 win against the Cubs -- does not progress properly.

9/20/2013 | Club plans to honor former Astros pitcher Pettitte
Members of the Astros' front office met Friday in Houston to discuss the proper way to honor Andy Pettitte, the Yankees' pitcher who announced his retirement. Pettitte, a Houston-area native, played for the Astros from 2004-06 and will finish his career next weekend at Minute Maid Park.

9/20/2013 | Kendrick shut down due to shoulder; Miner to rotation
Kyle Kendrick said the other day that he got good news about his right shoulder and he hoped to make his final two starts of the season. He smiled and spoke optimistically about his health. But then the Phillies suddenly announced Friday that Kendrick's season is over after he received a second opinion regarding the tendinitis in his shoulder. Right-hander Zach Miner will take Kendrick's spot in the rotation the rest of the way.

9/20/2013 | Rays stay atop Wild Card with win in 18th
David DeJesus' single to right field in the bottom of the 18th inning Saturday morning put an end to a 5-4 Rays win against the Orioles that began Friday evening and lasted nearly seven hours. Tampa Bay holds a half-game lead over the Indians for the top AL Wild Card spot.

9/20/2013 | Worst to first: Sox clinch first AL East title since '07
It was all just so fitting. In a storybook season, the Red Sox reached Destination No. 1 in storybook fashion during Friday night's 6-3 win over the Blue Jays at Fenway. The Sox won the American League East behind an outstanding performance from Jon Lester.

9/20/2013 | Masterson, Tribe set to talk return after bullpen session
Indians rotation leader Justin Masterson threw a 33-pitch bullpen session Friday with no lingering effects from his strained left oblique, which he injured on Sept. 2 during a start against the Orioles. Masterson will rest on Saturday, and Cleveland's decision-makers will sit down with the pitcher to go over potential scenarios for his return.

9/20/2013 | Soria happy Royals are enjoying success
Oddly enough, Joakim Soria's new home, Texas, is one of the teams the Royals are trying to pass in their bid for the two American League Wild Card spots. And they're squaring off this weekend at Kauffman Stadium.

9/20/2013 | Hurdle takes moment to savor Pirates' situation
Inhaling the air of expectancy that hung over PNC Park early Friday afternoon, manager Clint Hurdle admitted this was the day for which he has waited three years. Not to get here. But for the opportunity to work through it.

9/20/2013 | Rangers slip to third spot in Wild Card chase
Lefty Martin Perez fired 5 2/3 strong innings, but Neftali Feliz walked in the go-ahead run in the eighth as the Rangers dropped a 2-1 decision to the Royals on Friday night.

9/20/2013 | Cingrani stays in Cincinnati to continue rehab
The Reds had hoped that left-handed pitcher Tony Cingrani and his sore back would be able to meet the club on Friday for the final three games of the road trip. However, Cingrani remained in Cincinnati. Progress has been slow, as attempts to throw have not gone well.

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