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Jake Arrieta remains dominant as Cubs crush Pirates

Can anyone stop Jake Arrieta and the Cubs? The Cubs' ace spun seven shutout innings and drove in a run as Chicago routed division-rival Pittsburgh, 7-1.

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Orioles take flight against Yankees

Mark Trumbo hit two home runs off Luis Severino, and the Orioles extended the Yankees' losing streak to six games.

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We expected better: Top 25 of unfulfilled potential

ESPN.com presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more.

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Get yer Dodger Dogs! Snack sold beyond park

Until recently, ready-to-eat Dodger Dogs in the Los Angeles area were only available at Dodger Stadium. Now they can be found at a convenience store.

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Arrieta shines again as Cubs move to 19-6

Jake Arrieta lowered his 2016 ERA to 0.84 with seven scoreless innings to help Chicago to a 7-1 win in Pittsburgh.

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Roark's pitch goes just a bit outside

Straight-out-of-the-camera-frame outside.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

What a comeback by the Royals! They score three runs in the bottom of the ninth off Jonathan Papelbon to snap the Nationals' four-game win streak. Mike Moustakas came off the bench for a big two-run pinch-hit single and then Lorenzo Cain drove in the winner with a liner in the gap on an 0-2 pitch.

An electrifying minute in Toronto

Kyle Lowry's half-court buzzer beater sent the Raptors to OT just a minute before Justin Smoak's walk-off home run for the Blue Jays.

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Jeff Samardzija breaks bat over knee

The Giants RHP loves to deal the strikeouts, but he doesn't exactly like being on the other end of them.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Justin Smoak entered tonight with no home runs in 52 plate appearances. So of course he hit a game-tying home run in the bottom of the ninth and then a walk-off blast in the 10th to beat the Rangers. Because baseball.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Count Yankees manager Joe Girardi as one person encouraged by Luis Severino's start on Tuesday. In his loss, Severino allowed four runs (three earned) on five hits, two of which were Mark Trumbo homers, in six innings. Severino's batting average against (.333) is the third worst in baseball. Still, Girardi is encouraged. "I think he is closer," Girardi said.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Matt Harvey reacts after a frustrating loss to the Braves on Tuesday. "At this point there's a lot of questions, and a lot of answers I'm kind of looking for," Harvey said.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs infielder/outfielder Javier Baez had a huge game on defense at third base for the Cubs on Tuesday night. It comes natural to him, he says.

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Baseball Tonight @BBTN

Justin Smoak comes up clutch for Blue Jays! Smoak homers to tie game vs Rangers in 9th then homers again to win it on a walk-off in 10th.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Arrieta settled down nicely after walking the first two Pirate hitters on Tuesday night. Only 2 of the next 22 reached against him as he improved to 6-0.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Good to see Carson Smith making his season debut for the Red Sox with a scoreless, nine-pitch frame. He had a dominant rookie season for the Mariners, striking out 92 in 70 innings, and limiting batters to a .194 average and two home runs. If healthy, he'll be a huge factor in the Boston pen.