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MLB.com Stars of the Game: Thursday, July 19

Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:

A.J. Griffin | Athletics 4, Yankees 3
Griffin tossed his fifth straight quality start, retiring 11 Yankees at one point for his second big league victory.
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Felix Hernandez | Mariners 6, Royals 1
Hernandez beat the heat -- and the Royals -- with masterful efficiency, needing just 89 pitches in eight innings to win his fourth straight decision.
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Tim Hudson | Braves 3, Giants 2
Hudson settled down after allowing a second-inning run, pitching into the eighth to snap the Giants' winning streak at five games.
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Brandon Phillips | Reds 7, D-backs 6
With Cincinnati trailing by six, Phillips hit a three-run shot in the sixth and a game-tying two-run double in the seventh, then scored the winning run on Todd Frazier's single in the seventh.
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Paul Maholm | Cubs 4, Marlins 2
Maholm held the Fish to one run on five hits in eight sharp innings to win his fourth straight start.
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Max Scherzer | Tigers 5, Angels 1
Scherzer allowed one run on three hits, striking out nine, over seven innings to earn his ninth win.
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Mark Reynolds | Orioles 4, Twins 3
Reynolds put the O's ahead for good with a two-run single in the eighth inning.
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Cody Ross | Red Sox 3, White Sox 1
Ross belted his third three-run homer in two nights in the bottom of the ninth, giving the Red Sox a dramatic win in Dustin Pedroia's return from the DL.
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B.J. Upton | Rays 6, Indians 0
Upton's bases-clearing double -- one of his three hits -- provided sufficient breathing room for David Price, who notched his MLB-leading 13th win.
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David Wright | Mets 9, Nationals 5
Wright cranked a pair of homers and knocked in five runs to help the Mets snap a six-game losing streak.
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Edinson Volquez | Padres 1, Astros 0
Volquez's first career complete game was a one-hit shutout, as San Diego won its third straight.
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Each day, MLB.com selects one player from each game whose performance stands out:

A.J. Griffin | Athletics 4, Yankees 3
Griffin tossed his fifth straight quality start, retiring 11 Yankees at one point for his second big league victory.
Highlights »

Felix Hernandez | Mariners 6, Royals 1
Hernandez beat the heat -- and the Royals -- with masterful efficiency, needing just 89 pitches in eight innings to win his fourth straight decision.
Highlights »

Tim Hudson | Braves 3, Giants 2
Hudson settled down after allowing a second-inning run, pitching into the eighth to snap the Giants' winning streak at five games.
Highlights »

Brandon Phillips | Reds 7, D-backs 6
With Cincinnati trailing by six, Phillips hit a three-run shot in the sixth and a game-tying two-run double in the seventh, then scored the winning run on Todd Frazier's single in the seventh.
Highlights »

Paul Maholm | Cubs 4, Marlins 2
Maholm held the Fish to one run on five hits in eight sharp innings to win his fourth straight start.
Highlights »

Max Scherzer | Tigers 5, Angels 1
Scherzer allowed one run on three hits, striking out nine, over seven innings to earn his ninth win.
Highlights »

Mark Reynolds | Orioles 4, Twins 3
Reynolds put the O's ahead for good with a two-run single in the eighth inning.
Highlights »

Cody Ross | Red Sox 3, White Sox 1
Ross belted his third three-run homer in two nights in the bottom of the ninth, giving the Red Sox a dramatic win in Dustin Pedroia's return from the DL.
Highlights »

B.J. Upton | Rays 6, Indians 0
Upton's bases-clearing double -- one of his three hits -- provided sufficient breathing room for David Price, who notched his MLB-leading 13th win.
Highlights »

David Wright | Mets 9, Nationals 5
Wright cranked a pair of homers and knocked in five runs to help the Mets snap a six-game losing streak.
Highlights »

Edinson Volquez | Padres 1, Astros 0
Volquez's first career complete game was a one-hit shutout, as San Diego won its third straight.
Highlights »

This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

Felix Hernandez, Tim Hudson, Paul Maholm, Brandon Phillips, Mark Reynolds, Max Scherzer, Edinson Volquez, David Wright