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MLB's kids are alright

Julio Urias won his first major league game and got his first hit and RBI, although he did walk six Brewers. Lucas Giolito pitched four scoreless innings before a rain delay knocked him out vs. the Mets. Kind of fun to see the preseason's top two pitching prospects going on the same night, David Schoenfield writes. Five things we learned Tuesday

Kershaw's back cause for concern for Dodgers (2:02)
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Julio Urias achieves rare teenager win

In getting his first career win on Tuesday, Urias became the second pitcher under the age of 20 to record a victory over the last 30 years, the Elias Sports Bureau reports. He joins Félix Hernández, who notched four wins prior to his 20th birthday in 2005.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA incoming freshman Kobe Paras has withdrawn from the university "due to academic conditions of his admission not being met," per the school.

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Julio Urias starting to settle in

In his last five starts, Urias has looked much more like the phenom he was hyped up to be. The left-hander earned his first MLB win against the Brewers on Tuesday.

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L.A. crossing its fingers on Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw will return to Los Angeles Wednesday to have his lower-back stiffness further examined. The Dodgers have been a losing team this season in games not started by their ace.

Candace Parker shares emotional moment with Holly Rowe (1:12)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite a bruised shoulder joint, that came from running into the wall Tuesday at full speed, Dodgers CF Joc Pederson was hopeful he could be back to action "in no time."


Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers 19-year-old rookie pitcher Julio Urias, with translator Jesus Quinonez, was not at a loss for superlatives when describing his first major league victory.

Parker, Sparks rally past Wings (1:05)
Correa crushes home run to jump start Astros (0:31)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers CF Joc Pederson suffered a bruised AC joint in his right shoulder after colliding with the wall in the eighth inning Tuesday, but X-rays were negative for broken bones. Pederson was sore afterward with limited mobility in his right arm and it remains unclear how long he will be out. A decision on a DL move was not made after the game.