wednesDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS

Yankees sweep Cubs: Masahiro Tanaka and Michael Pineda pitched New York to a 3-0, 2-0 sweep of Chicago. No team in the major leagues had won two shutouts in one day since Minnesota swept Oakland on June 26, 1988.

  • The Yankees honored Nelson Mandela during their rain-delayed celebration of the legacy of Jackie Robinson. The grandson of South Africa's first black president, Zondwa Mandela, and Robinson's widow, Rachel, helped unveil a plaque commemorating Mandela's 1990 speech at the old Yankee Stadium.

    Rangers 3, Mariners 2: Leonys Martin had a game-winning RBI single in the ninth inning as Texas scored two unearned runs in a two-out rally against Fernando Rodney to beat Seattle and deny ace Felix Hernandez a win. Yu Darvish struck out eight in seven innings for the Rangers.

    Braves 1, Phillies 0: Julio Teheran (3-1) retired his first 12 batters and pitched a three-hitter for his first complete game in 38 career starts.

    Mets 5, Diamondbacks 2: Dillon Gee (1-0) retired the first 14 batters as New York completed a three-game sweep. Arizona finished an 0-6 homestand in which it led at the end of just one inning and dropped to 1-11 in home games.

    Historic designation: Hinchliffe Stadium, the former home of several Negro Leagues teams in Paterson, N.J., earned baseball's first National Historic Landmark.

    Dodgers: In a statement issued by his agent, Yasiel Puig said he won't be saying anything about the recent Los Angeles Magazine article detailing his escape from Cuba, the Los Angeles Times reported. Puig has never talked publicly about how he left Cuba. According to the magazine article, Puig received death threats last year from human traffickers under the control of a Mexican drug cartel.

    -- ASSOCIATED PRESS