Steve Pearce
Steve Pearce swats 13th home run Wednesday
Steve Pearce, LF, BAL
1:36 AM
News: Orioles first baseman Steve Pearce went 1 for 4 with a solo home run in his team's 4-3 win over the White Sox Wednesday.

Pearce has started to heat back up over the last four games, going 7 for 18 with four doubles and two home runs. He hadn't managed a multi-hit performance since July 19 before his current stretch. Pearce owns a .289/.353/.520 line with 13 home runs and 34 RBI in 256 at-bats.

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Zach Walters
Zach Walters goes deep again
Zach Walters, LF, CLE
12:52 AM
News: Indians infielder Zach Walters hit his sixth home run Wednesday against the Twins.

Walters went deep in his first at-bat of the game. He belted an 82 mph splitter on the first pitch he saw from Ricky Nolasco. Walters finished 1 for 4, with one run scored and one RBI. Walters has now homered in three of his last seven games. 

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Brennan Boesch
Brennan Boesch optioned to Triple-A
Brennan Boesch, RF, LAA
12:26 AM
News: The Angels have optioned outfielder Brennan Boesch to Triple-A Wednesday.

Boesch was sent down so that the team could add a pitcher. With Garrett Richards expected to miss time, the club could promote a replacement. Boesch hit .129 over 31 at-bats.

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Adam Jones
Adam Jones goes deep Wednesday
Adam Jones, CF, BAL
12:10 AM
News: Orioles outfielder Adam Jones hit his 24th home run Wednesday against the White Sox. 

Jones led off the sixth inning with a solo shot off Hector Noesi. He took a 94 mph fastball out to right for the shot. Jones also singled twice during the contest. He finished 3 for 4, with two runs scored and one RBI. 

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Avisail Garcia
Avisail Garcia hits third home run Wednesday
Avisail Garcia, RF, CHW
12:03 AM
News: White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia hit his third home run Wednesday against the Orioles.

Garcia struck in the first inning. With one man on, Garcia belted an 84 mph changeup out to left for a two-run shot. Garcia finished 1 for 3, with one run scored and three RBI. It was Garcia's first home run since April 8. 

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Alex Gordon
Alex Gordon goes yard Wednesday
Alex Gordon, LF, KC
8/20/2014
News: Royals outfielder Alex Gordon hit his 14th home run Wednesday against the Rockies.

Gordon struck in his first at-bat. He took the first pitch he saw from Jorge De La Rosa out to right for the solo shot to lead off the second inning. Gordon would later walk, reaching base twice during the contest. He finished 1 for 2, with one run scored and one RBI. 

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Adam Eaton
Adam Eaton to begin rehab assignment soon
Adam Eaton, CF, CHW
8/20/2014
News: White Sox outfielder Adam Eaton will begin a rehab assignment soon, according to the Chicago Sun-Times

Eaton will only need a few rehab games before he's ready to return. If all goes well, he could re-join the club Tuesday. Eaton is hitting .304/.370/.401 over 372 at-bats.

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Jose Bautista
Jose Bautista continues to rake in defeat of Brewers
Jose Bautista, RF, TOR
8/20/2014
News: The first four hitters in the Blue Jays lineup combined for nine hits in a Wednesday win in Milwaukee, but only one of them blasted off. That was Jose Bautista, who crashed a three-run homer in the sixth inning to stretch the lead to 7-3.

Bautista also doubled in the victory in sweetening his stat line to .290/.406/.512.

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Grant Green
Grant Green looking to return next week
Grant Green, LF, LAA
8/20/2014
News: Angels infielder Grant Green is looking to return next week, according to MLB.com.

Green is on pace to start a rehab assignment over the next few days with the intention of returning next week. He's hit .313 over 80 at-bats. Green has been sidelined due to a back injury.

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Alex Rios
Alex Rios ends slumber at the plate with single, double
Alex Rios, RF, TEX
8/20/2014
News: Alex Rios is still waiting for his first home run since July 6, but the Rangers outfielder did emerge from a long slump Wednesday in Miami.

Rios managed his first multi-hit game since July 29 with a single and run in the first inning and two-run double in the second. He had been on a 6-for-50 slide.

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