Chris Davis of the Orioles appeared to get enough of David Robertson's pitch but Garcia, who stands a bulky 6-foot-4, leaped at the fence and reached his glove over the fence in right to cancel a home run and preserve the lead. One out later, the White Sox won 3-2.
The White Sox right-hander and possible trade candidate came in with a 4.56 ERA, including a 5.75 mark in June, but he pitched into the sixth inning without allowing any hits against Baltimore.
The Yankees lost 5-4 in 11 innings to the Nationals on Wednesday, snapping their seven-game win streak. They also lost closer Andrew Miller to an injury. That story and more is in today's edition of Eye on MLB.
Alex Rodriguez reached another historic milestone to relatively little fanfare on Friday night. That story and more can be found in Friday's edition of Eye on MLB.
Mets prodigy Noah Syndergaard had a good debut that was overshadowed by Kris Bryant. The Rockies lost their 10th straight game and the A's broke a six-game losing streak. All that and much more. Come get caught up!
Welcome to The Eye. In here, we'll be updating throughout the night with game recaps, fun GIFs/videos/Vines along with news, rumors and injuries.
The Cardinals notched their eighth straight win on Tuesday. There's more on that plus the rest of the day's action right here with Eye on MLB.
Michael Pineda out-pitches Jacob deGrom, and Mark Teixeira hits a pair of two-run homers. Also, our own Jon Heyman reports that Josh Hamilton is on the verge of being traded from the Angels to the Rangers.
Our daily, updating live blog is here. Come throughout Sunday and into Monday morning for a recap of everything that happened in MLB action and news Sunday.
Updates on the injured Victor Martinez, Jacoby Ellsbury, Alex Gordon, Homer Bailey, Garrett Richards, Tim Lincecum and Brady Aiken headline Thursday's news recap.

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