Justin Morneau
Justin Morneau homers, drives in six runs in blowout win
Justin Morneau, 1B, COL
6:17 PM
News: Rockies first baseman Justin Morneau went 3 for 4 with a home run and six RBI in his team's 16-2 shellacking of the Dodgers Wednesday.

Morneau kicked off the run parade with a three-run home run in the first inning, and he would drive two more runs in on a single later in the same inning. His sixth RBI came on a sacrifice fly in the fifth. Morneau is finishing an excellent rebound season in strong fashion, hitting .320/.363/.497 with 16 home runs and 79 RBI in 475 at-bats.


Stephen Vogt
Stephen Vogt still out of lineup Wednesday
Stephen Vogt, 1B, OAK
5:30 PM
News: Athletics infielder Stephen Vogt did not return to the starting lineup Wednesday against the Rangers. He hasn't played in two weeks due to an ankle injury.

Brandon Moss
Brandon Moss set to sit against left-hander Wednesday
Brandon Moss, 1B, OAK
5:23 PM
News: A matchup against Texas left-hander Derek Holland has Athletics first baseman Brandon Moss absent from the Wednesday lineup.

Moss has homered in each of his last two games and owns a .271/.361/.435 stat line this season against southpaws.


Mark Teixeira
Mark Teixeira back in action Wednesday against Rays
Mark Teixeira, 1B, NYY
4:36 PM
News: Yankees veteran first baseman Mark Teixeira has returned to the lineup for the Wednesday night game in Tampa Bay after missing one game with a wrist injury.

Teixeira comes back mired in a horrific 11-for-78 slump that has lowered his average to .218.


Eric Hosmer
Eric Hosmer benched Wednesday against Chris Sale
Eric Hosmer, 1B, KC
3:26 PM
News: Royals first baeman Eric Hosmer is sitting Wednesday against White Sox ace left-hander Chris Sale as Billy Butler is taking his place.

Hosmer is 6 for 28 against Sale in his career and has just eight homers in 462 at-bats on the season.


Steve Pearce
Steve Pearce could be in line for occasional break
Steve Pearce, 1B, BAL
11:39 AM
News: The promotion of prospect Christian Walker could mean a bit of rest for blossoming Orioles first baseman Steve Pearce downt the stretch after the team clinched the American League East title Tuesday night, per the Baltimore Sun.

Pearce has received more significant playing time than at any point in his major league career. He has been particularly hot lately with eight hits, including two home runs, in the last 17 at-bats. Despite having made his debut in 2007, his 320 at-bats this year nearly doubles his previous single-season high.


Yonder Alonso
Yonder Alonso seeking return to Padres next year
Yonder Alonso, 1B, SD
11:32 AM
News: Padres shelved first baseman Yonder Alonso is hoping he will be asked back in 2015 after losing the last seven weeks of this season to a wrist injury that required surgery.

"I don't deal with the business side of it, but I think we have really good people here, really good guys that make really good decisions (as far as) the guys that came in," Alonso told the San Diego Union-Tribune. "They know the game, they know baseball and they know what I can bring."

What Alonso brought this year was a stat line of .240/.285/.397 and seven home runs in 267 at-bats. He finished with a flourish with 11 hits in his last 17 at-bats, including two taters.

Alonso could be non-tendered next season in his first year of arbitration eligibility.


Christian Walker
Report: Christian Walker promoted by Orioles
Christian Walker, 1B, BAL
10:32 AM
News: The Orioles have summoned first baseman Christian Walker from their training center in Sarasota, according to a tweet from University of South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner. Buck Showalter claimed Tuesday night that the team would be bringing up a player from Sarasota, per MLB.com.

The 23-year-old Walker has yet to play in a major league game.


Joey Votto
Joey Votto to take batting practice Tuesday
Joey Votto, 1B, CIN
News: Reds first baseman Joey Votto will take batting practice Tuesday for the first time since suffering a strained left quad in early July, manager Bryan Price told reporters.

Votto swung at soft toss in the batting cage Monday, and appears to be making steady progress in his recovery. He still hopes to return to action before the end of the season. 


Matt Adams
Matt Adams returns to lineup Tuesday
Matt Adams, 1B, STL
News: Cardinals first baseman Matt Adams is back in the starting lineup Tuesday against the Brewers, after missing one game with an oblique injury. This has been an ongoing issue for Adams, who is hitting just .189 in 11 September games. 

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