Hector Sanchez
Hector Sanchez moved to 60-day DL
Hector Sanchez, C, SF
12:20 AM
News: The Giants transferred catcher Hector Sanchez to the 60-day disabled list on Sunday. Sanchez has been working his way back from concussion-related issues, and is not expected to be re-evaluated until mid-September, leaving his status for the rest of the season in jeopardy.
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Andrew Susac
Andrew Susac doubles twice, plates three runs Sunday
Andrew Susac, C, SF
12:14 AM
News: Giants catcher Andrew Susac put together an impressive performance at the dish Sunday against Milwaukee.

Sasac doubled in the team's opening run in the second inning. He doubled two more runs in the seventh and added a single. He finished 3 for 5 with a run scored and three RBI in a 15-5 victory. He is hitting .262 with two homers and 12 RBI over 17 games played.

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Hunter Pence
Hunter Pence cranks out four hits in win over Milwaukee
Hunter Pence, RF, SF
12:09 AM
News: Giants outfielder Hunter Pence collected four hits in his team's 15-5 victory over Milwaukee.

Pence doubled in a run in the third and singled in a run in the seventh. He added another double and a triple and finished 4 for 5 with three runs scored and two RBI. He is hitting .294/.346/.477 on the year with 18 homers, 64 RBI over 558 at-bats.

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Pablo Sandoval
Pablo Sandoval reaches base four times Sunday
Pablo Sandoval, 3B, SF
8/31/2014
News: Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval had a solid day at the dish, homering and leading his club to a 15-5 win over the Padres.

Sandoval singled in a run in the third and took Kyle Lohse deep for a two-run home run on the fifth. He finished 3 for 4 with a walk, three runs scored and three RBI. He is hitting .291/.335/.441 with 15 homers and 63 RBI over 499 at-bats.

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Jason Motte
Jason Motte fires 1-2-3 inning in rehab debut
Jason Motte, RP, STL
8/31/2014
News: Cardinals reliever Jason Motte began a minor-league rehab assignment Sunday with Double-A Springfield. Motte entered in the eighth inning and pitched a 1-2-3 frame for his first rehab appearance since landing on the disabled list on Aug. 8 with a lower back strain.
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Michael Wacha
Michael Wacha tosses two innings in first rehab appearance
Michael Wacha, SP, STL
8/31/2014
News: Cardinals starting pitcher Michael Wacha began a minor-league rehab assignment Sunday with Double-A Springfield. Wacha got the start and allowed only one hit and one walk while striking out one over two scoreless innings of work. He's been out since June 17 due to a shoulder issue. Wacha has a 2.79 ERA over 90 1/3 innings.
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John Mayberry
Blue Jays acquire John Mayberry for minor-leaguer
John Mayberry, 1B, PHI
8/31/2014
News: The Blue Jays have acquired outfielder John Mayberry from the Phillies for infielder Gustavo Pierre. Mayberry is hitting .213/.304/.418 with six homers and 21 RBI in 138 plate appearances this season.
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Juan Perez
Giants reveal Sept. 1 callups
Juan Perez, LF, SF
8/31/2014
News: The Giants have announced their list of Sept. 1 callups on Sunday. The team will recall Juan Perez and Michael Kickham from Triple-A. Hunter Strickland will be recalled from Double-A, while Guillermo Quiroz and Chris Dominguez will have their contracts purchased from Triple-A.
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Dan Haren
Dodgers make some tweaks to rotation
Dan Haren, SP, LAD
8/31/2014
News: The Dodgers announced some changes to the upcoming rotation, according to MLB.com. The team will have Dan Haren take the mound Friday against Arizona. He was originally scheduled for Wednesday. Carlos Frias remains a strong candidate to start against the Nationals on Wednesday.
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Kolten Wong
Kolten Wong showing no signs of concussion
Kolten Wong, 2B, STL
8/31/2014
News: Cardinals second baseman Kolten Wong underwent a series of tests that ruled out a possible concussion, MLB.com reports. Wong hits his head awkwardly on the turf while in pursuit of a pop fly in the eighth inning against the Cubs. His status remains up in the air for Monday's home against Pittsburgh.

"He went through a bunch of tests already," manager Mike Matheny said. "The doctors got to him. There were no signs of concussion. We've had a couple different doctors look at him already. I'm sure tomorrow he'll be a little sore. We'll probably bring the doctors back in tomorrow and re-evaluate. We got good news on the initial report."
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