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Brad Boxberger was removed from an appearance Tuesday with an apparent injury.

Boxberger just returned from core muscle surgery and appeared to be stretching his side several times in his short, rough outing Tuesday night against the Royals. The right-hander gave up a single to Eric Hosmer and a two-run homer to Kendrys Morales before leaving with a trainer. Alex Colome's leash just got much longer.
May 31 - 10:43 PM

J.A. Happ spun six innings of one-run ball in Tuesday's 4-1 victory over the Yankees.

He struck out only three while walking two, but Happ also yielding just four hits and kept the Bombers off the scoreboard other than an RBI fielder's choice in the second inning. He faced the Yanks two starts in a row and held them to one run both times. Happ's 45 strikeouts over 70 2/3 frames don't do anything for you, but he's posted a quality start in 10 of 11 tries this season. The southpaw gets the Tigers and Orioles next week.
May 31 - 10:27 PM

Roberto Osuna pitched a scoreless ninth inning to record his 12th save of the season in Tuesday's win over the Yankees.

Osuna yielded a one-out single to Chase Headley but got a couple flyouts to easily protect the three-run lead. The young closer has been excellent this season, posting a 1.13 ERA, 0.79 WHIP and 27/6 K/BB ratio over 24 innings while converting 12 of 13 save chances.
May 31 - 10:23 PM

Steven Matz allowed three runs on seven hits over 5 2/3 innings in a no-decision against the White Sox on Tuesday.

Despite not having his best stuff, Matz kept the Sox off the board until the sixth inning before Todd Frazier's two-run home run. After the Sox plated another run with two outs, Matz got the hook, denying him a quality start. He walked two and struck out three in the game. It was Matz' worst start since his season debut, and the no-decision leaves his record at 7-1 with a 2.60 ERA, 1.05 WHIP and 53/11 K/BB ratio over 55 1/3 innings. He'll square off with the Pirates on Monday.
May 31 - 10:20 PM

CC Sabathia limited the Blue Jays to two runs over six innings but was saddled with a loss on Tuesday.

He had allowed just a solo homer to Justin Smoak through six frames but was charged with an additional run after the leadoff double he permitted in the seventh came around to score after he exited. Sabathia faced the Jays two starts in a row and came away having allowed just two earned runs. Not bad. He's put up a 1.04 ERA over his last four starts. Sabathia gets the Orioles in Baltimore on Sunday.
May 31 - 10:20 PM

Mat Latos allowed four runs -- two earned -- over five innings in a no-decision against the Mets on Tuesday.

Latos gave up a home run among his four hits allowed, and he also walked three on the evening. The right-hander remains 6-1 with a 4.02 ERA through 10 starts, but he's fallen off after a strong start to the year. His next start will come Tuesday against the Nationals.
May 31 - 10:19 PM

Justin Smoak knocked a solo homer in Tuesday's win over the Yankees.

Smoak's solo shot in the fourth inning knotted the game up, and the Blue Jays went ahead for good with a three-run seventh. The switch-hitter has given the Jays solid production from first base since Chris Colabello was suspended, batting .284 with five homers over 36 contests.
May 31 - 10:15 PM

Jake Peavy turned in a surprising gem Tuesday, holding the Braves to one hit over seven scoreless innings in a 4-0 victory.

Peavy entered the game with a 7.26 ERA over his first 10 starts of the season, so this was unexpected even in a juicy matchup. The veteran right-hander permitted a leadoff single to Tyler Flowers in the fifth inning and that was it, as he faced the minimum through seven frames. He had thrown only 77 pitches, but manager Bruce Bochy had no choice but to pinch-hit for Peavy as the offense rallied in the eighth. Peavy will have a much tougher matchup on Sunday in St. Louis.
May 31 - 10:07 PM
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