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Take a look around the league with Big League Stew’s daily wrap up. We’ll hit on all of the biggest moments from the day that you may have missed, while providing highlights, photos and interesting stats. It looks like the Toronto Blue Jays are going to be involved in quite the fight with the New York Yankees for the American League East division. The club responded to that competition by picking up a late 6-5 victory over the Texas Rangers on Tuesday. [ On this week's StewPod: Angels pitcher Hector Santiago talks about his huge autograph collection. ] Things looked bleak in the ninth inning, but Toronto kept fighting. The team entered the frame down by one run, and exited with the lead. Rangers closer Shawn Tolleson came on for the save, but struggled with his command. Tolleson walked Russell Martin to lead things off. After getting a quick out, Tolleson walked the second batter of the inning, putting the potential go-ahead run on base. Tolleson was able to notch another out, bringing Troy Tulowitzki to the plate with two outs. On the sixth pitch of Tulo’s at-bat, he singled to left, tying things up.  Josh Donaldson came up with a chance to give his team a lead, and, not surprisingly, that’s what happened. Donaldson hit a ground ball to third baseman Adrian Beltre, but ran full speed out of the box. Beltre made a throwing error on the play, allowing the go-ahead run to cross the plate. Roberto Osuna entered in the bottom of the frame, and was able to work around a one out single, shutting the door. With the win, Toronto now leads the AL East by one game over the Yankees. METS GET SYNDERGAARD HIS FIRST ROAD WIN New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard managed his first road win of the season Tuesday, but it came with some help from his hitters. The Mets’ bats helped the rookie quite a bit during the team’s 6-5 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Syndergaard looked excellent at the start of the contest. Through the first two innings, he had already notched four strikeouts. Things started to unravel in the third. A leadoff double put Syndergaard in a tough spot. He would rebound, however, striking out the next two hitters. With two outs, though, things fell apart. Syndergaard allowed a two-run shot against Freddy Galvis, bringing the Phillies within one run. He should have been out of the inning after getting Odubel Herrera to ground to second, but Kelly Johnson’s throwing error put Herrera on base. Ryan Howard took advantage of that error, hitting his own two-run blast and giving his club the 4-3 lead. After letting Syndergaard down earlier in the game, the Mets would pick him up a few innings later. The team rallied for three runs in the sixth, actually putting Syndergaard in line for the win. They would hold on to that lead, eventually pulling off a 6-5 win. With the victory, the club improved to 69-56 on the year.  STRASBURG’S STRONG START LEADS TO WIN For much of the season, Stephen Strasburg’s struggles have baffled Washington Nationals’ fans. If Tuesday’s 8-3 win over the San Diego Padres is any indication, he might be over those issues. Strasburg turned in a strong performance, allowing two runs over six strong innings. He gave up just two hits while striking out seven during the game.  Since returning from the disabled list, it looks like Strasburg has regained his vintage form. Strasburg in four starts since returning from the DL: 1.73 ERA over 26 innings, 32 Ks and three walks. — James Wagner (@JamesWagnerWP) August 26, 2015 With the win, the Nationals improved to 63-61 on the year. They remain 5.5 games behind the Mets in the National League East. MIGUEL SANO CAN’T BE STOPPED The Minnesota Twins are still a big contender for the wild card in the American League, but they are already showing why next year might be even scarier. Rookie Miguel Sano continued his assault on baseballs during Tuesday’s 11-7 win over the Tampa Bay Rays. Sano wasted no time getting to work, blasting a three-run homer in the first inning of the contest. Sano has played in just 45 major-league games, but already has 12 home runs. That’s quite the accomplishment. Most HR in first 45 career games (Twins): Miguel Sano 12 Kennys Vargas 9 Josmil Pinto 9 Kent Hrbek 9 Marty Cordova 9 Tom Brunansky 9 — Ace of MLB Stats (@AceballStats) August 25, 2015 While Sano was called up fairly late in the season, he’s quickly moving into Rookie of the Year territory. He’ll have to fend off Houston Astros superstar Carlos Correa for the hardware, which may prove difficult, but it’s clear that Sano has talent. After suffering through some poor seasons, that’s really all the Twins can ask for right now. [ Check out Big League Stew on Tumblr for even more baseball awesomeness. ] With the win, Minnesota improved to 64-61 on the year. Want to see more from Tuesday’s slate of games? Check out our  scoreboard .  More MLB coverage from Yahoo Sports: – - – - – - – Chris Cwik is a writer for Big League Stew on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at christophercwik@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Chris_Cwik

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Tampa Bay Rays catcher Curt Casali left Tuesday night's game against the Minnesota Twins after appearing to injure himself rounding the bases after a home run.

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(The Sports Xchange) – Tampa Bay right-hander Chris Archer recorded the third shutout of his career as the Rays salvaged a series split with a 1-0 victory over the Houston Astros on Thursday. Archer (11-9) allowed just one hit and issued one walk while recording 11 strikeouts, and needed only 98 pitches to stifle the Astros (66-56), who required walk-off, extra-inning wins to claim the middle two games of the four-game set. Behind brilliant starting pitching, the Rays (60-61) limited Houston to just eight total runs during the series and will feel a little aggrieved to have not earned more than just a split.

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Having grown up rooting for the Los Angeles Dodgers, Chase Utley can now help them reach the postseason. The six-time All-Star second baseman makes his Dodgers debut as they try to snap a season-high five-game road skid Friday night against the Houston Astros. “(The Dodgers were) No. 1 on my list,” Utley told MLB’s official website.

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The Minnesota Twins had some key hits, got effective pitching and made several big defensive plays. Trevor Plouffe hit a tying single with two outs in the ninth inning and the Twins took advantage of two errors in the 12th to beat the Orioles 4-3 Sunday for a four-game sweep. Minnesota has won eight straight against Baltimore dating to last season.

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Sean Doolittle’s first appearance in nearly three months didn’t go very well. Eric Sogard and Mark Canha made it a moot point and saved Oakland’s bullpen from yet another meltdown. Sogard hit a tiebreaking two-run single and Canha had a bases-loaded triple as part of a seven-run seventh inning and the A’s beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-2 on Sunday.

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Even after hitting three home runs off Sonny Gray – a first against Oakland’s All-Star pitcher – Tampa Bay still needed another big swing late. Asdrubal Cabrera, who had one of the homers off Gray, hit a two-run double off Drew Pomeranz in the ninth to lift the Rays to a 5-4 win over the Athletics on Saturday night. It gave Tampa Bay its first ninth-inning comeback this season.

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Randy Wolf has made 372 starts in a 15-year major league career, though only four have come in the last three years – and none were with playoff-contending teams. Wolf finally cracks back into the big leagues on his 39th birthday Saturday night looking to help the Detroit Tigers close in on the Texas Rangers in the AL wild-card race. Wolf’s first start since June 14, 2014, is a big one for the Tigers, who have split the first two of a four-game set with the visiting Rangers and still sit behind them and a handful of other teams vying for the playoffs.

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Drew Smyly had his full complement of pitches working, a sharp difference from the Tampa Bay pitcher’s first start since coming off the disabled list. It’s a small step in the comeback process but one that made all the difference in getting Smyly his first win in more than 11 months. Smyly pitched into the sixth inning and the Rays survived another shaky ninth inning from closer Brad Boxberger and held on to beat the Oakland Athletics 2-1 on Friday night.

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The Washington Nationals believe Trea Turner can help them catch the NL East-leading Mets, even if it’s not quite clear how just yet. The 22-year-old shortstop, one of baseball’s top prospects, was promoted from Triple-A Syracuse on Friday and joined a crowded middle infield as the Nationals began a nine-game homestand. Turner replaces Tyler Moore, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sprained left ankle.

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