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Angels designated LHP Jo-Jo Reyes for assignment.

He was waived to make room on the 40-man roster for Todd Cunningham. The 30-year-old appeared in just one game for the Angels this season, working a scoreless 1/3 of an inning. He spent most of the season pitching at Triple-A Salt Lake where he registered a 4.76 ERA, 1.56 WHIP and 45/23 K/BB ratio over 68 innings of work.
Oct 9 - 8:10 PM

Adrian Beltre (back) said after Friday's game that he's feeling better, but is still uncertain on his status for Game 3 of the ALDS.

Beltre looked very uncomfortable during Friday's contest, and obviously wasn't feeling well enough to appear as a pinch hitter, even as the game extended for 14 innings. The Rangers remain hopeful that he'll be able to return on Sunday.
Oct 9 - 7:51 PM

Salvador Perez homered and drove home a pair of runs on Friday, helping to lead the Royals to a come-from-behind 5-4 victory over the Astros to even the ALDS at one game apiece.

Perez got the Royals on the board in the second inning, lining a solo home run to left field off opposing starter Scott Kazmir. He also played a big role in a two-run rally in the sixth inning, drawing a bases-loaded walk to tie the game at 4-4. Perez also singled in the contest, finishing the afternoon 2-for-3.
Oct 9 - 7:41 PM

Wade Davis slammed the door on the Astros in the ninth inning on Friday, protecting a one-run advantage and pulling the Royals even in the best-of-five ALDS.

Taking the hill with a one-run lead, Davis made things interesting by issuing a one-out walk to Preston Tucker. He was able to pick off pinch-runner Carlos Gomez though, then induce a game-ending groundout from Jose Altuve. He has transitioned to the closer's role seamlessly in the wake of Greg Holland's injury.
Oct 9 - 7:37 PM

Johnny Cueto was hit hard in a no-decision against the Astros in Friday's Game 1 of the ALDS, allowing four runs on seven hits over his six frames.

Cueto punched out five while walking three on the afternoon. The Astros jumped on him from the get-go, doing all of their damage in the first three frames. To Cueto's credit, he was able to settle down nicely and keep the Astros off the board the next three innings, giving the Royals a chance to come back. With Yordano Ventura expected to take the hill in Game 4 of the series, Cueto would line up to work in a pivotal Game 5 if it proves to be necessary.
Oct 9 - 7:35 PM
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