Philadelphia Phillies' Carlos Ruiz (51) is tagged out by Florida Marlins Wes Helms (18) at third base during the fourth inning of a baseball game on Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010, in Miami.
Inside the parker
San Diego's Chris Denorfia slides into home plate as Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis waits for the ball on an inside-the-park home run that also scored Tony Gwynn in the ninth inning of the Padres' 5-0 win.
Padres shortstop Miguel Tejada turns the double play over Ryan Theriot.
Way to stay in front of it
Texas' Mitch Moreland watches as Seattle catcher Adam Moore blocks a wild pitch in the eighth inning of the Rangers' 6-0 win.
Mariners center fielder Franklin Gutierrez can't catch the double hit by Texas' Nelson Cruz in the eighth inning.
Don't celebrate too soon
Twins catcher Drew Butera looks on as Tampa Bay's Jason Bartlett celebrates with teammates Willy Aybar (second from left) and Sean Rodriguez following Bartlett's grand slam in the eighth inning. But the Twins scored two in the ninth for an 8-6 win.
Touch 'em all
Minnesota's Jason Repko rounds third in front of coach Scott Ullger after hitting a home run in the fifth inning.
Nationals right fielder Michael Morse can't make the catch in Arizona's 8-4 win.
She's gotta have it
Giants left fielder Pat Burrell better hope the girl in the Braves shirt doesn't land on him as she chases a two-run home run by Atlanta's Alex Gonzalez in the second inning of the Braves' 3-2 win.
Can't get Jurrjens outta his hair
Tim Lincecum is outdueled by Atlanta's Jair Jurrjens in the Giants' 3-2 loss.
It's in the bag
He couldn't make the catch on a foul pop-up, but if Indians catcher Lou Marson is slick, he'll grab one out of the ball bag and say he did.
Who's on first? Lowell
Boston's Mike Lowell, filling in at first for the injured Kevin Youkiils, scoops up a low throw to get Cleveland's Trevor Crowe during the first inning of the Red Sox 6-2 win. Youkilis is scheduled to have season-ending surgery on his thumb Friday in Cleveland.
Just outta reach
Pirates first baseman Garrett Jones dives in front of Colorado's Troy Tulowitzki but can't come up with Brad Hawpe's seventh-inning single. The Pirates won 5-1 anyway.
Izzy the hero? You bet
Baltimore's Luke Scott (left) and Felix Pie congratulate Cesar Izturis after he singled in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth for a 5-4 win against the Los Angeles Angels. The Orioles are 3-0 under new manager Buck Showalter.
That's another Juan
Chicago's Juan Pierre steals second for his 41st stolen base as Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta is late with the tag in the first inning of the 6-4 White Sox win.
Waiting with the tag
Philadelphia's Carlos Ruiz is tagged out by Florida's Wes Helms during the fourth inning. But Ruiz hit the go-ahead homer in the 10th inning of Philly's 5-4 win.
Atta boy, Roy
Roy Oswalt takes a shutout into the seventh inning, but the Philly bullpen can't hold the lead.