Indians 6, White Sox 1: Justin Masterson struck out seven over 6⅔ innings and Ryan Raburn hit two home runs to supply the firepower. The Indians are now 60-48, and well within shooting range of both the division and wild card.
Marlins 3, Mets 0: Eight strikeouts, no walks, one loss for Mr. Matt Harvey. The Marlins scored three in the sixth off of the Mets' phenom and Tom Koehler pitched six shutout innings to keep the Mets off the board.
Royals 7, Twins 2: James Shields gave up two runs in six innings and the Royals improved to 54-51. They are now also somehow within range of the wild card. Dayton Moore lives another day.
Orioles 6, Astros 3: Bud Norris allowed two runs in six innings against the team he played for as recently as yesterday. Chris Davis hit his 39th home run of the season, as he continues to rake.
Giants 2, Phillies 1: This intense battle between two teams that decided not to sell at the deadline resulted in the winning team improving to 48-59 and the other falling to 50-58. Cole Hamels pitched eight shutout innings and Brian Kenny is excited to mention this along with the fact that he didn't win the game. Just not enough #TWTW.
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