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Bob McManaman  of the Arizona Republic writes that the Diamondbacks' Edwin Jackson no-hit the Rays despite walking eight.

Tyler Kepner of the New York Times writes that there no hits but plenty of pitches in Jackson's gem.

Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune writes that the Cubs suspended Carlos Zambrano after he directs a tirade at his teammates.

The Tribune's Phil Rogers writes that Cubs general manager Jim Hendry must make Zambrano disappear from the roster.

George A. King III of the New York Post writes that Alex Rodriguez's home run was the difference in the Yankees' win over the Dodgers and former manager Joe Torre.

The Post's Mike Vaccaro writes that the Yankees are bigger than one great manager.

John Harper of the New York Daily News writes that Torre and the Yankees' hierarchy are showing no signs of repairing their rift.

Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times writes that Charlie Haeger was designated for assignment and his Dodgers' career may be over.

Marcus Hayes of the Philadelphia Daily News writes that the Phillies didn't go far for a road win as Roy Halladay shut down the Blue Jays.

David O'Brien of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution writes that Braves closer Billy Wagner got his 400thsave.

Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe writes that Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbon doesn't give blown saves a second thought.

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