The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of Orange County of California of the Pacific Rim beat the Oakland A's 6-3.
Holy Cannoli! Tim Wakefield, FINALLY, got his 200th career win...on his
Wake tossed 6 innings, allowed 6 hits, 5 runs, 2 walks and notched 6 Ks.
The Boston bats came alive in an 18-6 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Jacoby Ellsbury hit a homer and 3 RBIs. Dustin Pedroia hit 2 dingers and 5 RBIs. Jarrod Saltalamacchia had 4 RBIs.
The Tampa Bay Rays lost to the Baltimore Orioles 4-2, thus providing a bit more breathing room for Boston in the Wild Card race. The Red Sox, now, have a 4-game lead over the Rays.
Wake tips his cap to the Fenway Faithful before he joins Heidi for a champagne shower...
Justin Verlander picked-up his 23rd win by shutting-out the White Sox 5-0.
Verlander pitched 7 innings, allowed 6 hits, 2 walks and added 6 strikeouts.
JV became the first Tiger since Hal Newhouser in 1946 to win 11 consecutive starts and the AL's first 23-game winner since Barry Zito in 2002!
He's the first Tigers pitcher since Joe Coleman in 1973 to win 23 games in a season.
Victor Martinez hit a three-run homer. Miguel Cabrera hit 2 doubles. Cabrera now has back-to-back 40-double seasons. The last Tiger to crank 40 doubles back-to-back was Hank Greenberg in 1939-40!
Guess who's on the cover of Sports Illustrated this week?
More British Bombshell Action. Here are two out-takes from Holly Peers' photoshoot for NUTS...