tuesDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Rangers 8, Angels 3: Former A's prospect Grant Green recorded his first two major league hits for Los Angeles, but Texas rolled and trails Oakland by a game in the A.L. West.

  • Colby Lewis' comeback has been thwarted by a troublesome hip. Lewis said that he will have surgery to remove bone spurs from his hip and will not return to the Rangers this season.

    Cardinals 5, Dodgers 1: Carlos Beltran and Matt Adams homered, and St. Louis snapped Los Angeles' 15-game road winning streak.

    White Sox 3, Yankees 2: Chicago beat New York as Alex Rodriguez was 1 for 2 in his second game back with the Yankees this season.

    Red Sox 15, Astros 10: Jacoby Ellsbury homered twice, and Jonny Gomes added a three-run shot as Boston rallied from a five-run deficit. Red Sox catcher Ryan Lavarnway tied a major league record with four passed balls in the first inning.

    Drug investigation: Facebook friends. Transcripts of instant messages. Records of texts. Major League Baseball's investigators used an arsenal of high-tech tools to collect the evidence that persuaded a dozen players to accept 50-game suspensions this week for their ties to the Biogenesis clinic.

    And when it came time to meet with the players' association, they flashed some of their documentary proof. While there was not enough time for the union to thoroughly examine what baseball had collected, there was little doubt there was an electronic trail, one of the people familiar with the meetings said.


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    Blue Jays: J.A. Happ will make his first start since May 7 on Wednesday when Toronto closes out a three-game series against Seattle. Happ suffered a skull fracture and a sprained right knee when he fell to the ground after being struck behind the left ear by a liner off the bat of Tampa Bay's Desmond Jennings on May 7.

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