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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

CC Sabathia has pitched excellent tonight. With the last place Yankees trying to break their six-game losing streak, Sabathia has thrown six scoreless innings as the Yankees lead 3-0 in the seventh against the Orioles.

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

The Red Sox just scored their third run of the season against a left-handed starting pitcher, and might get their MLB-worst OPS vs southpaw starters north of .400.

Abreu puts the White Sox on the board

Jose Abreu smacked a two-run home run, his fourth of the year, to open the scoring against the Red Sox. (Live on ESPN)


Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Before the game, Red Sox manager John Farrell said he had one thing he wanted from struggling veteran Clay Buchholz on the mound: "Just pitch like he's capable, attack the strike zone."

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Late lineup update for the Red Sox: Hanley Ramirez is out with flu-like symptoms. Josh Rutledge will start at third, with Travis Shaw moving to first base.

Katie Strang 

The night began as a promising one for Tigers pitcher Anibal Sanchez, who looked sharp through the first three innings. However, his outing really devolved in the fourth, when the Indians carved out a 4-nothing lead. Perhaps the most difficult pitcher to figure out in DET's rotation. Looks great when he's locked in, but so erratic that it's anyone's guess on a given night which way it's going to go.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Maddon will make out two lineups for Thursday's game against the Washington Nationals as he awaits word on Jason Heyward's sore wrist. Heyward took some swings on Wednesday in the cage but missed his third straight game. Maddon is hopeful he'll be avail on Thursday night,

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

Looking at Accuweather, it's going to be frosty at the Cell, with strong winds to right field making the temperatures feel more like the 30s than the 40s. Hard stuff from Carlos Rodon and Clay Buchholz in tonight's White Sox-Red Sox game will definitely sting on contact with the bat.

Wilbon: Cubs can get 110-118 wins

Michael Wilbon thinks the Cubs could break the regular-season wins record (116) -- provided the team stays healthy.