No real theme this week. Unless you consider no theme a theme. The rankings (records through Wednesday’s games): 1. Los Angeles Dodgers (85-34; Previous: 1): Dodgers will take rest of regular season for some “me time.” 2. Houston Astros (74-46; Previous
Wednesday afforded the baseball enthusiast a full schedule of MLB action, including plenty of day games. So let's jump right in ... Final scores Los Angeles Angels 3, Washington Nationals 2 (box score) Miami Marlins 8, San Francisco Giants 1 (box score) Milwaukee Brewers 7, Pittsburgh Pirates 6 (box score) Kansas City Royals 7, Oakland Athletics 6 (box score) Seattle Mariners 7, Baltimore Orioles 6 (box score) San Diego Padres 3, Philadelphia Phillies 0 (box score) Toronto Blue Jays 3, Tampa Bay Rays 2 (box score) New York Yankees 5, New York Mets 3 (box score) Boston Red Sox 5, St. Louis Cardinals 4 (box score) Texas Rangers 12, Detroit Tigers 6 (box score) Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati
TV: FOX Sports Sun TIME: Pregame coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. TORONTO -- After a prolonged team slump, the Tampa Bay Rays suddenly were hitting again Tuesday in a 6-4 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays. They produced 13 hits, and they hope the offense continues into the third game of a four-game series Wednesday night at the Rogers Centre. Watch the Tampa Bay Rays on FOX Sports Sun Broadcast schedule FOX Sports Go VIDEO: Rays news, interviews & features The Rays had scored only 12 runs in their previous 10 games, eight of them losses, including a 2-1 defeat to Toronto on Monday. "It was outstanding to get some runs on the board," Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash said. "The guys felt really good.