Worth noting

• David Wright snapped a 77-game errorless streak -- the longest in franchise history for a third baseman and the longest current stretch at the position by a big leaguer -- on a ground ball in the first inning Sunday. Wright charged the ball and bobbled it before throwing to first too late to get the runner.

• Famed actor Don Cheadle, nominated for an Academy Award for his work in "Hotel Rwanda," threw out the ceremonial first pitch on Sunday. Cheadle, 48 years old, threw from the top of the mound to backup catcher Anthony Recker, and his pitch bounced right before the plate.

Spencer Fordin is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.