08.23.20173:30 AM ET
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — For Albert Pujols, the home runs keep coming and the records keep falling.The Angels slugger hit a three-run homer Tuesday night, the 610th of his career, snapping his tie for eighth on the career list with Sammy Sosa to become baseball's all-time leader for home runs by a player born outside the U.S.
08.23.20172:28 AM ET
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08.23.20172:25 AM ET
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Their big bats stymied by spacious AT&T Park, the Milwaukee Brewers got two big defensive plays late and a key two-out swing from Travis Shaw to gain ground in the NL wild-card race.Manager Craig Counsell even got to celebrate his 200th career win along the way.
08.23.20171:27 AM ET
CINCINNATI (AP) — With the Cubs comfortably ahead, Joe Maddon added to his lore as a manager who's not afraid to go against tradition and have some fun, too.Maddon had left-handed Anthony Rizzo play third base in the ninth inning — filling in while Kris Bryant went for precautionary X-rays on his hand — as Chicago finished off a 13-9 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night.
08.23.20171:26 AM ET
DETROIT (AP) — Commissioner Rob Manfred says Major League Baseball plans to issue a policy on fan behavior for all ballparks next season.Manfred spoke Tuesday while visiting Comerica Park before Detroit hosted the Yankees.
08.23.20172:30 AM ET
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