Each night in the 2016 baseball season, we’ll run down the top news, facts and highlights from action around Major League Baseball. Age is just a number for David Ortiz.The Red Sox designated hittercontinues to soar in his final MLB season. Wednesday against the Rays, Ortiz blastedhis 30th home run of the season in the first inning. The two-run shot gave Big Papi 30 for the season along with 100 RBIs.At 40 years, 9 months and 6days old, Ortizis now theoldest player in major league Joey Gallo Jersey history to hit 30 long ballsin a season andthe oldest player with at least 100 RBIsin a season since Dave Winfield in 1992.Unfortunately for the Red Sox, the smiles ended early. Touted rookie outfielderAndrew Benintendiwas helped off the field after spraining his left knee in theseventh inning ; in the bottom of the 11th,an error cost Boston the game.MORE: Best hitter last names of the past 100 years The Rays’ Luke Maile scored from second with two outs after Red Sox relieverHeath Hembreedropped a throw while covering first base onKevin Kiermaier’s grounder.Hembree’s throw to the plate was in time but catcherSandy Leon couldn’t hang onto the ball asMaile slid head first for the walkoff 4-3 win.Player of the DayManny Machado https://www.rangersedges.com/texas-rangers/rougned-odor-jersey , Orioles: The All-Star third baseman connected for four hits, including a home run, and drove infour runs in his team’s 10-8 victory over the Nationals.Machado is now batting.306/.359/.557 with 29 homers and 78 RBIs.HighlightRangers right-hander Yu Darvish belts his first career home run, a solo shotto straightaway center field against the Reds.Darvish isthe fifth pitcher to homer against Cincinnati this season. He isalso thefirst Japanese-born pitcher to homer for an American League team. Three things to know BehindJose Fernandez’s seven scorele s innings and nine strikeouts, the Marlins ended the Royals’ nine-game winning streak with a 3-0 win.Fernandez moved to 27-2 in his career at Marlins Park.MORE: SN’s MLB scoreboard | Updatedstandings With a homer against the Mariners, Yankees rookie catcher GarySanchez becamethe third AL player in the past 100 years (joining George Scott and Alvin Davis) with at least nine homers in his first 21 career games.RIVERA: Time is now for Yankees to deal McCann In a 4-for-4 performance against the Blue Jays,Albert Pujols hit career home run No. 584 , moving him ahead of Mark McGwire for 10th on the all-time list.What’s nextOrioles (70-56)at Nationals (73-53), 7:05 p.m. ET: Taking theplace of the injured Chris Tillman (shoulder), Orioles starter Ubaldo Jimenez (5-10, 6.94 ERA) faces a tough task against Max Scherzer (13-7, 3.05) and a potent Nationals lineup as the O’s look to remain in the second AL wild-card spot.MORE: Katie Ledecky entrusts Bryce Harper with her Rio medals Indians (72-53)at Rangers (74-53), 8:05 p.m. ET: Division leaders square off in a potential ALCShttps://www.rangersedges.com/texas-rangers/bartolo-colon-jerseymatchup. Josh Tomlin (11-7, 4.39) and the Tribe open a four-game series against Cole Hamels (13-4, 2.80) and the Rangers. Despite his ace form, Hamels has never beaten the Tribe, going 0-2 with a 7.41 ERA (three starts) against them in his career.