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Rubin: Flores turns tears into walk-off cheers

Mets fan favorite Wilmer Flores got emotional on the field Wednesday when he thought he'd been traded. Friday night, he hit a walk-off homer to beat the Nats.

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(1) Elias: Yoenis Cespedes is 6th player in MLB history to be an All-Star and play for 4 teams between that season and next.

Harper ejected in Nationals' loss

Alex Cora on Bryce Harper's 11th-inning ejection and how it impacts the Nationals: "You only have 25 guys. And you're the best player on this team. ... You have to be there."

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Robles goes full split for Web Gem

Hansel Robles showed off his flexibility and his arm on this sliding stop and throw. But is it better than the nifty teamwork between Omar Infante and Alcides Escobar?

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Greinke cruises in battle of L.A.

Zack Greinke went 8 innings and gave up 2 runs, Alex Guerrero hit a tiebreaking, 2-run homer, and the Dodgers took care of the Angels 5-3.

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Baseball slide could be next dance craze

Kansas City's Kendrys Morales should have been out by a mile. But he sidestepped Russell Martin -- literally -- to score on an unconventional "slide."

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Flores wraps wild two days with walkoff

Saluted all night by a Citi Field crowd appreciative of his desire to remain with the organization, Wilmer Flores delivered a storybook finish to cap a wacky stretch. 'You can’t write that'

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Final: Dodgers 5, Angels 3

Mike Trout did all he could (3-for-4, 3 RBIs), but Zack Greinke was able to handle most of the Angels' lineup, striking out 8 over 8 innings en route to winning his 5th straight decision. Box score

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Marte saves the day

Starling Marte threw out a runner at home for the 2nd out in the 9th. What did the Pirates' LF do for an encore? Just this diving catch to end the game and give Pittsburgh a 5-4 victory.

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Dodgers 5, Mike Trout 3

The Angels' star lead off the top of the 9th with a solo homer to pull the Angels closer. But he's been going at it alone for the most part, driving in all 3 L.A. runs. Trout and Kole Calhoun combined to go 5-of-7 against Zack Greinke, while the rest of the Angels went 0-21. Follow live

Blue Jays walk off in 11 behind Donaldson

Josh Donaldson singled home Troy Tulowitzki for his 3rd walk-off hit of season as Toronto rallied for a 7-6 win. Johnny Cueto (6 IP, 3 ER) got a no-decision in his Kansas City debut.

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Teixeira smashes two homers in win

The Yankees crushed the White Sox 13-6 behind home runs from both sides of the plate from Mark Teixeira, which included his 10th career grand slam.

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Indians edge A's 2-1 for 3rd straight win

Danny Salazar tossed a gem, giving up one hit over 8 innings, and Michael Bourn made sure he got the win with a 9th-inning double to score the winning run.

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