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7mJean-Jacques Taylor

Taylor: Gallo can do no wrong in MLB debut

The Rangers' top prospect had three hits, four RBIs and his first homer, leaving fans, teammates and his manager impressed.

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2dJim Bowden

Bowden: Previewing the next wave of call-ups

Jim Bowden looks at 11 prospects he thinks will be called up soon and could make an immediate impact at the big league level, including Carlos Correa.

Timetable for Adrian Beltre's return from thumb injury (0:52)
Impact of Galarraga's near-perfect game (0:58)
Manfred talks rule changes, youth groups (0:53)
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1dRon Shandler

Shandler: Who is delivering first-round value?

Some players drafted in the top 15 have lived up to their lofty pedigree through eight weeks, while others have been replaced. Ron Shandler examines what we should expect moving forward.

Buster's Blog: Mets dangerous in October (1:08)


Dodgers rally past Rockies

Alex Guerrero lifted a 1-2, 2-out pitch for a grand slam in the 9th inning to complete the Dodgers' come-from-behind win vs. the Rockies at Coors.


Gallo: 'Pretty nervous' for debut

"I could barely eat. I had to pretty much force food down my throat," Joey Gallo said after he finished his MLB debut 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs and a HR. "I'm just real excited that I got the first game out of the way. And I did pretty good in it."


Web Gems: Inciarte grab > Gordon catch?

Ender Inciarte put his body on the line to make a diving catch in the D-backs' 7-6 win over the Braves. So his sell-out has to top Alex Gordon's leaping catch into the stands, right?


D-backs rally past Braves

The Braves staked their claim to the lead with a 5-run 6th, but A.J. Pollock lifted one into the outfield pool in Arizona to give the Diamondbacks a 7-6 win.


Final: Padres 7, Mets 2

There must be something in the water when these two teams meet. Noah Syndergaard had his worst outing of the season, including giving up a HR to Derek Norris in the 4th, as the Padres cruised. Box score


Just like they Drew it up

The Mariners had the Yankees right where they wanted them, but Stephen Drew's double brought home Chase Headley in the top of the 9th to tie things up at 2-2 in Seattle. Can the Mariners walk it off? Follow live

Archer is sterling in Rays win

Logan Forsythe hit a 2-run shot in the first and that was all the cushion Chris Archer needed, going 8 innings and giving up 6 hits and 1 earned while tying the Rays' franchise record for K's with James Shields (15 strikeouts). Box score


No cycle for McCutchen

After flying out in his most recent at-bat, it looks like Andrew McCutchen will come up short. He has a single, double and triple on the night, though, and the Pirates lead the Giants 7-4 in the 8th. Follow live