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Sunday's starting lineups told the story of this series long before the final pitch had been thrown.

A year into his major league career Lance Lynn stood at a crossroad in his life.

As several contenders mull the possibility of trading for Rangers right fielder Alex Rios, one fact grabs their attention.

Giancarlo Stanton hasn't played in many meaningful games with the Marlins, who have finished last in every one of his four seasons except for his first.

In the wake of a three-game sweep at AT&T Park, the Los Angeles Dodgers stand 11/2 games ahead of the San Francisco Giants in the National League West.

When Detroit reliever Willie Hernandez won the MVP in 1984, he pitched in 80 games. Only 33 of those appearances were save opportunities.

A rough month didn't get any better for Texas on Sunday night, even though the game-time temperature of 100 degrees would have seemed to be in the Rangers' favor against Oakland.

John Jaso drove in three runs and Scott Kazmir did his part on the mound in the Oakland Athletics' 9-3 win over the Texas Rangers in Sunday's rubber match of a three-game set.

The San Francisco Giants pinned their hopes on Jake Peavy to provide new life to a beat-up rotation and a lineup searching for a lift.

Scott Kazmir fought his way through five innings in a smothering heat Sunday en route to his 12th win, a 9-3 decision over Texas that left Oakland 3-0 in series played since the All-Star break.

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