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San Diego Padres - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - San Diego Padres - INSIDE PITCH MILWAUKEE -- San Diego Padres right-hander Nick Vincent saw his streak of consecutive batters retired come to an end Tuesday. Taking over in the seventh inning for right-hander Ian Kennedy, Vincent struck out Brewers shortstop Jean Segura to extend the streak to 20 before giving up a single to pinch-hitter Lyle Overbay. Vincent, though, pitched out of the inning and has now thrown 7 2/3 innings without allowing a run, dating back to April 4.

Oakland Athletics - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Oakland Athletics - INSIDE PITCH OAKLAND, Calif. -- Holding onto leads has become a problem for the Oakland A's. For the second straight game Tuesday night, the Texas Rangers came from behind to beat the A's. On Monday night, the Rangers overcame a 3-1 second inning deficit and scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning off left-hander Sean Doolittle in a 4-3 victory.

Houston Astros - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Houston Astros - INSIDE PITCH Impressive outing for McHugh SEATTLE -- Collin McHugh's first start of the 2014 season opened with a bang. The 26-year-old Astros right-hander struck out the side in the first inning of Tuesday night's game in Seattle, then did it again in the third. By the end of the fifth inning, the Triple-A call-up had already matched his career high of nine strikeouts in a game.

Detroit Tigers - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Detroit Tigers - INSIDE PITCH Cabrera heats up after cool start DETROIT -- Miguel Cabrera's feats in recent years have sometimes made him seem superhuman. During the first month of this season, he has looked like just an ordinary player.

Tampa Bay Rays - PlayerWatch

LHP Matt Moore underwent successful ligament replacement Tommy John surgery performed Tuesday by Rays medical director Dr. James Andrews in Pensacola. Moore is expected to return to the Rays clubhouse in a few days to begin a 12-to-15-month rehabilitation process. LF David DeJesus broke an 0-for-24 streak with a run-scoring single off RHP Kyle Gibson in the first inning on Tuesday. He finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs. He hadn't knocked in a run all season and had not produced more than one hit in a game since April 6.

Pittsburgh Pirates - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Pittsburgh Pirates - INSIDE PITCH So far, the Pirates like Ike. First baseman Ike Davis has started each of the first four games since being acquired from the New York Mets last Friday in a trade. Though he went 0-for-4 on Tuesday night in the 4-1 loss to the Cincinnati Reds, Davis has gone 5-for-17 (.294). Davis, who hit 32 home runs two years ago, showed his power potential Monday night when he hit a grand slam off Reds right-hander Mike Leake.

New York Yankees - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - New York Yankees - INSIDE PITCH Boston fans got their first look at Masahiro Tanaka on Tuesday night -- and the Japanese import continued his rookie-season dominance with another strong outing. On the night center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury made a triumphant return to Boston, Tanaka turned in 7 1/3 strong innings in a 9-3 rout of the Red Sox.

Washington Nationals - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Washington Nationals - INSIDE PITCH WASHINGTON -- The past two Washington Nationals games against the Los Angeles Angels have drawn national attention, with young outfield stars Bryce Harper and Mike Trout facing each other for the first time Monday and Angels first baseman Albert Pujols hitting his 500th homer Tuesday against the Nationals.

Miami Marlins - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Miami Marlins - INSIDE PITCH ATLANTA -- Maybe the Miami Marlins scouts saw that third baseman Casey McGehee still had something left when they watched him play in Japan last year. The Marlins signed the big third baseman in hopes that he would provide some protection in the lineup for right fielder Giancarlo Stanton. The opposition was able to pitch around Stanton a year ago (he was walked 74 times) and Miami was hopeful that McGehee's bat would alter that strategy.

Atlanta Braves - TeamReport

MLB Team Report - Atlanta Braves - INSIDE PITCH ATLANTA -- Closer Craig Kimbrel says his last two bad outings for the Atlanta Braves are not a result of lingering issues with a sore arm. In his last two appearances, Kimbrel allowed three runs (two earned) in 1 2/3 innings. He picked up his first blown save of the season Monday night when he allowed the Miami Marlins to tie the game with a ninth-inning run. He did not pitch in Tuesday's 1-0 Marlins win.
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