Nightly 9: Chris Archer continues dominance; Madison Bumgarner strikes out career-high 14

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Baseball Each night we'll provide you with the nine top story lines from the day's action, beginning with the stars of the day, and look ahead to the next day's matchups.Chris Archer hasn't lost in almost two months after another dominating performance Tuesday. The Rays' emerging ace allowed three hits and two runs (one earned) over eight innings in Tampa Bay's 4-3 victory over Toronto at Tropicana Field. MORE: Dad makes awesome, but illegal, catch while holding baby | Is your team a buyer or a seller?Archer had a no-hitter going until catcher Dioner Navarro homered with one out in the fifth inning. Still, he improved to 6-1 in 12 career starts against Toronto. It was the 10th time in 16 starts this season he has allowed one earned run or fewer. Archer's streak without a loss is now the longest of his career, spanning nine starts since his last losing decision, at home against the Rangers on May 7. He's earned six wins in that span with three no-decisions. Giants ace Madison Bumgarner, meanwhile, gave up two runs over 7 1/3 innings but settled for a hard-luck no-decision as the Giants fell to the Padres 3-2 in 11 innings. He surrendered just five hits, walked one and struck out a career-high 14.#MadBum threw 14 Ks in 7.1 innings. We've got all 14 in six seconds. #SFGVine.— San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) June 24, 2015Both runs scored in the top of the eighth inning. The Padres took the lead in the 11th when Alexi Amarista's single to shallow center plated Derek Norris.Here are more highlights from Tuesday's games:Impact playersC — Josh Phegley, Athletics: Phegley doubled in a pair of runs and smacked a solo home run in the Athletics' win over the Rangers.1B — Jose Abreu, White Sox: Abreu went 4 for 5 with two runs scored as the White Sox bested the Twins. He finished with three singles and a double as the White Sox banged out 15 hits in total. 2B — Jason Kipnis, Indians: Despite a loss to the Tigers, Kipnis stayed hot and extended his hitting streak to 18 games. He finished 4 for 5 with an RBI double.SS — Andrew Romine, Tigers: Making his fourth straight start, Romine doubled, launched a solo homer and scored two runs in a win over the Indians.3B — Pablo Sandoval, Red Sox: Sandoval went 3 for 4 with an RBI in a loss to the Orioles. His run-scoring single in the fourth inning gave him 24 RBIs on the season.OF — Andrew McCutchen, Pirates: The Pirates held on to beat the Reds after McCutchen's two-run home run capped a seven-run fourth inning. He also doubled in the game, finishing 2 for 3 with a walk.DH — Dioner Navarro, Blue Jays: Navarro went 2 for 4 with a solo home run in the Blue Jays' loss to the Rays. He has homered in two straight games after going without a home run in his first 18 contests this season.SP — Stephen Strasburg, Nationals: After being sidelined for more than three weeks, Strasburg returned in full force Tuesday, striking out six over five scoreless innings as the Nationals topped the Braves.Key injuriesOrioles center fielder Adam Jones missed his fifth game in Baltimore's last seven meetings with an ailing right shoulder. He reportedly is feeling better, but he hasn't played in the field since June 15.Surprise performersGood: Phillies first baseman Maikel Franco kept on bashing Tuesday, finishing 2 for 3 with a home run and five RBIs as the Phillies outlasted the Yankees. The rookie is batting .319 with 10 homers and 29 RBIs in 37 games.Bad: Indians pitcher Danny Salazar allowed seven runs (six earned) over 4 1/3 innings in the Indians' loss to the Tigers. He allowed six hits and three walks, and he also committed a costly error.Web gemsAddison Russell has serious ups."How high?" – @Addison_Russell.— (@) June 24, 2015Kole Calhoun won't be stopped by the wall.Front-row seat.— GIFS (@GIFs) June 24, 2015One young fan saved an oblivious kid from getting drilled in the head with a home run.Facts of the day:Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton launched his 26th home run of the season.Giancarlo Stanton's 1st-inning HR went 484 feet, tied for the longest home run of the season. He's tied with himself.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 24, 2015Franco had another big outing.Maikel Franco is: - 3rd rookie with 5 RBI in 2 straight games - 1st player EVER w/ 5 RBI in 2 straight games vs NYY (courtesy @EliasSports)— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 24, 2015Reds first baseman Joey Votto extended his streak of reaching base safely to 30 games with a first-inning single. It is the fourth time in his career he has accomplished that.Astros rookie Carlos Correa is the third player since 1900 to hit four home runs as shortstop in his first 15 career games. Bert Campaneris and Geoff Blum accomplished the feat in 1964 and 1999, respectively.Mike Montgomery became the first Mariners left-hander ever to throw a shutout with 10 strikeouts and no walks. He blanked the Royals, the team that drafted him in 2008.Red Sox right-hander Joe Kelly allowed four earned runs through two innings against Orioles. Boston starting pitchers have allowed at least four earned runs 28 times this season, most in the American League.The Phillies tallied five runs in the fourth inning, their highest-scoring inning of the year. They've scored fewer than five runs in a game 54 times in 2015, most in .ReactionsChris Archer had a lot to celebrate Tuesday.Bring it.— GIFS (@GIFs) June 24, 2015Miguel Cabrera is the man.An @Indians fan made a nice play on a foul ball, and @MiguelCabrera rewarded him accordingly:— Cut4 (@Cut4) June 24, 2015"That's an ace, right there," Blue Jays manager John Gibbons said of Archer, via .com. "He's tough to face when he's on. Great competitor, that's why he's having such a good year.""You lose like we did (over the weekend) against the Nationals, you're pretty amped up after that (Monday) off-day to be back in front of your home crowd and ready to go," McCutchen said of Tuesday's win over the Reds, via .com. "Got somewhat off to a slow start, but that's why you play a full game."Off the fieldThe Rangers and Phillies have discussed a trade involving left-hander Cole Hamels, who reportedly would accept a trade to Texas.Rays manager Kevin Cash said Tuesday that left-hander Matt Moore will join the rotation next week. It will be his first start since April 7, 2014, when he injured his left elbow. He later had Tommy John surgery.Despite saying last week that he couldn't even swing a bat, third baseman Adrian Beltre was activated from the disabled list by the Rangers amid Joey Gallo's slump. Beltre has been out since May 31 with a sprained left thumb.Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left elbow after an MRI failed to yield encouraging results.Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman landed on the 15-day disabled list with a wrist contusion. Atlanta recalled outfielder/first baseman Joey Terdoslavich from Triple-A Gwinnett to replace him on the roster. The Freeman move is retroactive to June 18, which makes him eligible to return July 3.The Phillies placed second baseman Chase Utley on the 15-day disabled list with right ankle inflammation, which was a surprise to manager Ryne Sandberg.Rockies

outfielder Carlos Gonzalez is day to day with a left hand sprain, though manager Walt Weiss said the injury is not considered serious.Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander has been scratched from Wednesday's scheduled start against the Indians due to mid-back stiffness. The team termed the decision a precautionary measure.ScoresAmerican LeagueOrioles 6, Red Sox 4Tigers 7, Indians 3Rays 4, Blue Jays 3Athletics 8, Rangers 6White Sox 6, Twins 2Astros 13, Angels 3Mariners 7, Royals 0National LeaguePirates 7, Reds 6Nationals 3, Braves 1Cardinals 4, Marlins 3Cubs 1, Dodgers 0, 10 inningsBrewers 3, Mets 2Rockies 10, Diamondbacks 5Padres 3, Giants 2, 11 inningsInterleaguePhillies 11, Yankees 6A look ahead(All times Eastern)Blue Jays (38-35) vs. Rays (41-32), 12:10 p.m.: The Blue Jays' comeback fell short as Chris Archer and the Rays evened the series and claimed their fifth win in seven games. Toronto will send Marco Estrada (5-3, 3.92 ERA) to the mound against Nathan Karns (4-3, 3.53) in Wednesday's finale.Phillies (40-27) vs. Yankees (32-39), 1:05 p.m.: The Yankees have looked nothing like themselves while suffering two straight losses to the last-place Phillies at Yankee Stadium. Philadelphia will look to Cole Hamels (5-5, 2.96 ERA) to hand the Yankees their fourth straight loss and complete a three-game sweep before beginning a seven-game homestand against the Nationals and Brewers.Reds (32-36) vs. Pirates (39-30), 7:05 p.m.: The Pirates snapped their three-game losing streak Tuesday. They'll turn to right-hander Gerrit Cole (11-2, 1.78), who leads the league in wins, to help the team stay on the right track.

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