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|9/28/2016||Chris Coghlan, ChC, LF|
|Coghlan left Wednesday's game against the Pirates after crashing into the outfield wall while attempting to make a catch in the fifth inning. He was attended to by trainer Ed Halbur and walked off the field under his own power.
Analysis: He entered Wednesday batting .423 (11 for 26) with seven RBIs in his past 10 games.
|9/28/2016||Doug Fister, Hou, P|
|Fister's final start of the season Wednesday was another dud as he allowed five runs and five hits over a career-low 1 1/3 innings of a loss to the Mariners.
Analysis: The right-hander went 0-5 with a 10.54 ERA in his last seven outings to fall to 12-13 with a 4.64 ERA in 32 overall starts.
|9/28/2016||James Paxton, Sea, P|
|Paxton beat the Astros on Wednesday in his final start of the season, allowing three runs and striking out eight over five innings.
Analysis: The left-hander went 6-7 with a 3.79 ERA in 20 starts, striking out 117 and walking just 24 over 121 innings.
|9/28/2016||Marwin González, Hou, 1B|
|Gonzalez singled twice Wednesday.
Analysis: He's 5 for 12 with three RBIs the last three games.
|9/28/2016||Evan Gattis, Hou, C|
|Gattis hit his 32nd homer and singled Wednesday.
Analysis: He's homered 14 times in his last 35 games and has posted back-to-back two-hit performances.
|9/28/2016||Alex Bregman, Hou, 3B|
|Bregman (hamstring) returned to the starting lineup Wednesday for the first time since Sept. 14 following his game-tying pinch-hit single in the sixth inning Tuesday night.
Analysis: He had an RBI single in four at-bats.
|9/28/2016||George Springer, Hou, RF|
|Springer hit his 29th homer Wednesday to push his hitting streak to nine games.
Analysis: He's batting .439 with five RBIs over that stretch.
|9/28/2016||Leonys Martín, Sea, CF|
|Martin had three singles, an RBI, a walk, three runs scored and two stolen bases Wednesday.
Analysis: He's 6 for 13 - all singles - over the last three games.
|9/28/2016||Adam Lind, Sea, 1B|
|Lind singled Wednesday to extend his hitting streak to nine games.
Analysis: He's 10 for 33 over that span but only has one extra-base hit and one RBI.
|9/28/2016||Kyle Seager, Sea, 3B|
|Seager hit a three-run homer, his 30th of the season, and singled Wednesday.
Analysis: He's 5 for 14 over the last three games and is one RBI away from recording 100 for the first time.
|9/28/2016||Robinson Canó, Sea, 2B|
|Cano hit a three-run homer, walked and scored twice Wednesday.
Analysis: Cano has homered three times in his last three games to give him 36 on the season, and he's batting .412 with 10 RBIs over his past eight contests.
|9/28/2016||Norichika Aoki, Sea, LF|
|Aoki went 2 for 3 with an RBI, a walk and two runs scored Wednesday.
Analysis: He's batting .345 with two homers and 10 RBIs in 17 games since being recalled Sept. 6.
|9/28/2016||Seth Smith, Sea, LF|
|Smith had to leave Wednesday's game against the Astros after being hit in the foot by a pitch. He had a two-run single after going 0 for 16 in his previous seven games.
Analysis: His status is uncertain at this point.
|9/28/2016||Julio Teherán, Atl, P|
|Teheran gave up six runs and 10 hits in four innings of Atlanta's 7-6 win over the Phillies on Tuesday.
Analysis: This is likely the last start of the season for Teheran, who posted an outstanding 3.33 ERA but only finished with six wins thanks to a horrendous lack of run support.
|9/28/2016||Tyler Flowers, Atl, C|
|Flowers went 2 for 4 with a three-run homer in a 7-6 win over the Phillies on Tuesday.
Analysis: Since coming off the DL in mid-August, Flowers is hitting .302 with a .391 on-base percentage.
|9/28/2016||Ryan Howard, Phi, 1B|
|Howard hit the 15th grand slam of his career, most ever by a Philadelphia player, in a 7-6 loss to the Braves on Tuesday.
Analysis: That's three homers in five games for Howard, who has nine hits in 18 games since Aug. 26 - five of which have left the park.
|9/28/2016||Freddie Freeman, Atl, 1B|
|Freeman hit his career-high 33rd homer and stretched his career-best hitting streak to 29 games, helping the Atlanta Braves begin their final homestand at Turner Field with a 7-6 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night.
Analysis: He's especially been on fire in his last 12, hitting .488. Freeman also reached base for the 45th straight game, the second-longest streak in the majors this season behind Washington's Jayson Werth (46), and his home run gave him his NL-leading 82nd extra-base hit. The franchise record is 87, set by third baseman Chipper Jones when he won the NL MVP Award in 1999.
|9/28/2016||Kole Calhoun, LAA, RF|
|Calhoun went 3 for 3 with a triple and two doubles to lead the Angels to an 8-1 victory Tuesday over the Oakland Athletics.
Analysis: Calhoun is 9 for 14 with six extra-base hits over his last four games.
|9/28/2016||Daniel Mengden, Oak, P|
|Mengden gave up all eight runs and nine hits in just over three innings of an 8-1 loss to the Angels on Tuesday.
Analysis: Oakland manager Bob Melvin was nonetheless encouraged by what he's seen from the 23-year-old, who has a 6.50 ERA in 14 starts. ''I think he learned that he can pitch here,'' Melvin aid. ''I think he learned when he's aggressive and gets ahead, he can have success. It's a little bit when he's on the run and guys are on base, and maybe he isn't as confident in his fastball or throwing the ball over the plate early in the count.
|9/28/2016||Ricky Nolasco, LAA, P|
|Nolasco allowed only one unearned in eight innings of the Angels' 8-1 win over the A's on Tuesday.
Analysis: Nolasco had struggled in his first five starts for the Angels but improved to 4-2 with a 1.47 ERA in his last six starts.
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