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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Double for the Dodgers' Corey Seager. That's a 12-game hit streak.

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Shelburne: Durant needs to give Lakers meeting out of respect (1:39)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers rookie starter Julio Urias will remain in the rotation at least until the All-Star break, according to manager Dave Roberts.

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Springer smashes solo home run (0:25)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers OF Joc Pederson says he feels some improvement with the bruise in the right AC (shoulder) joint. Pederson is still out of the lineup Wednesday and will remain day-to-day for the time being

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers officially add Brock Stewart to the roster and the right-hander will start Wednesday's game in his major league debut. Enrique Hernandez goes to the DL with rib cage inflammation.

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Let the Durant sweepstakes begin

The Thunder might not get a hometown discount with Kevin Durant, but they will meet with this summer's most prized free agent before other suitors. The negotiating period will begin at midnight ET on Friday.

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Numbers are deceiving with Green

Jeremias Engelmann and Steve Ilardi concede that Jeff Green's box-score stats appear impressive. Their deeper inspection isn't as flattering. Most overrated FAs (Insider)

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Julio Urías, tras su primer triunfo, "de los mejores días de mi vida"

Feliz el joven lanzador tras la noche en que ganó por primera ocasión un juego de Grandes Ligas, conectó su primer hit y produjo su primera carrera. Leer

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Con primer triunfo, Julio Urías le tumba marca a Valenzuela

Por 13 días, Julio Urías se convirtió en el mexicano más joven en conseguir su primer triunfo en las Grandes Ligas y al igual que el 'Toro' Valenzuela lo hizo en el séptimo juego de su carrera con los Dodgers. Leer

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What can Singletary bring to Rams? (0:50)
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Lakers not getting a meeting with Durant (1:05)
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Pujols inspired by Kobe's accomplishments (0:30)
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Stare kid reacts to sports fails (1:24)
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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

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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.