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September 2, 2008
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Gary Sheffield's 494th homer moved the Tigers slugger past Lou Gehrig and Fred McGriff for 25th on baseball's all-time list.

Detroit's Miguel Cabrera has hit 22 of his 30 homers since June 10.

The Cubs haven't had an extra base hit since Alfonso Soriano homered in the seventh inning Friday. The Cubs' last 27 hits have all been singles.

The Mets' Carlos Delgado has 20 HRs and 60 RBIs since June 27, the most of any NL player in that time.

The Braves have lost four straight and 17 of their last 21 games to fall 20 games under .500 for the first time since 1990.

Tim Redding's 10 wins are a career high, and he is the first Washington pitcher to reach the mark since Ramon Ortiz in 2006.

Before Adrian Beltre did it last night, John Olerud had been the last Mariner to hit for the cycle (June 16, 2001 against San Diego).

The Giants' Jonathan Sanchez, who came off the DL, dropped to 0-6 in his last eight starts.

Rangers catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia left with a sore right elbow and will have an MRI today.

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