A's pitcher Evan Scribner leaves Monday's game with injury
Cardinals' Matt Adams suffers minor setback
The issue is considered minor and the team is still targeting a mid-September return for Adams. He has been out since late May with a right quad injury.
Rangers SP Colby Lewis takes loss Monday
Lewis (14-7) received the loss after allowing six runs (five earned) over 5 2/3 innings of work. He also struck out two and walked two. His ERA is now 4.50.
Lewis has now lost his last two outings with no quality starts.
Padres SP Tyson Ross earns win Monday
Ross did not surrender a run and only allowed three hits over seven innings of work. He also struck out seven and walked two. He was able to lower his ERA to 3.27.
Ross is 2-0 in his last four outings with two quality starts.
Allen Craig among September call-ups for Red Sox
Craig was demoted earlier this season after hitting .135 with one home run and two RBI in 24 games. Along with Craig, the team also called up
Mariners trade Justin Ruggiano to Dodgers
Ruggiano was playing in Triple-A after hitting .214 with two home runs in 36 games earlier this season.
D-Backs RP Brad Ziegler receives loss Monday
Ziegler entered in the ninth inning with a 4-1 lead, but he allowed four runs on four hits over 2/3 innings. He also struck out one and walked one. His ERA increased to 2.48.
After the game, Ziegler revealed he suffered an ankle injury during the appearance and will receive treatment Tuesday, reports MLB.com.
Diamondbacks SP Robbie Ray takes no-decision in Monday's loss
Ray allowed one run on five hits over 5 2/3 innings. He also struck out eight and walked three. His ERA is now 3.72
Ray is winless in his last nine starts.
Rockies SP Chad Bettis allows 11 hits in Monday's win
Despite giving up 11 hits in Monday's 5-4 win over the Diamondbacks,
The 11 hits led to four runs over six innings of work. He also struck out four and did not walk a batter.
Bettis has not received a loss in his last four starts.
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