The Hall of Fame has bagged the key evidence from Armando Galarraga's stolen perfect game.

Thet Tigers have told the Hall they will donate the first-base bag, Galarraga's spikes and a ball from Wednesday's near-miss at Comerica Park.

Galarraga is scheduled to make his first start since that game Tuesday night on the road against the White Sox.

Padres 3, Phillies 1Adrian Gonzalez's first of two solo homers broke up Cole Hamels' no-hit bid with one out in the seventh.

Cubs 6, Pirates 1Carlos Silva became the first Cubs starter to win his first eight decisions since Ken Holtzman was 9-0 in 1967.

Red Sox 4, Indians 1Daisuke Matsuzaka (5-2) allowed four hits in eight shutout innings for the visiting Red Sox. Before the game, the Red Sox announced that Jonathan Papelbon is on a three-day bereavement leave. Daniel Bard took over the closing duties, allowing one run in one inning.

Mariners 4, Rangers 2Cliff Lee (4-2) threw a seven-hitter for visiting Seattle.

Brewers release SuppanJeff Suppan, who was in the final year of a four-year, $42-million contract, was released by the Brewers.-AP

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