• On Thursday afternoon, Major League Baseball overturned a scoring decision from David Price's last start, Sunday in Colorado. That move took away five earned runs from Price's line, which cut his season ERA from 6.25 to 5.24. Colorado's Michael Cuddyer was previously credited with an infield single, but the play was changed to an error on shortstop Ben Zobrist. Price lowered his ERA to 4.78 in Thursday's 5-4 win over Toronto after allowing two earned runs in eight innings.
• James Loney took over the top spot as the American League's leading hitter after Wednesday night's action. He finally crossed the qualifying minimum of 3.1 plate appearances per game. Despite three walks in Thursday's win, Loney went 0-for-1 to drop to .381, one point behind Detroit's Miguel Cabrera. In 20 games before Thursday, Loney hit .485 with one home run and 13 RBIs.
• Matt Moore pitched five innings Wednesday night, extending the Rays' streak to 33 games in which their starter pitched at least five innings. In doing so, the Rays became one of just three teams since records are first available (1916) to have their starters go five-plus innings in each of their first 33 games.
Bill Chastain and Adam Berry are reporters for MLB.com. Follow Adam on Twitter at @adamdberry. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.