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Nats' walk-off Taylor-made

The Nationals manufactured a run in the ninth to tie the Braves to set up Michael Taylor's decisive three-run pinch-hit blast in the 10th for the win.

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Possible playoff race X factors

Jim Bowden identifies a player on each contender who could make an impact in the final weeks, including a few big-name starting pitchers.

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Most notable September call-ups

Keith Law has updated scouting reports and expectations for 10 players to watch in the coming weeks, including top Dodgers prospect Corey Seager.

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The Whammys' Elite Eight: What is MLB's best walk-up song?

From Frank Sinata to Fetty Wap, and hip-hop to classic rock, the MLB walk-up music tourney's Elite Eight spans genres and decades. Sound off on which song is best in our ‪#WalkupVote on Twitter.

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Stats & Info: Nats' Harper walks into history

The bat never left Bryce Harper's shoulder Thursday night, but he still scored four runs after walking four times in the Nationals' victory over the Braves.

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Saxon: Dodgers' Seager delivers in MLB debut

Corey Seager's stellar big-league debut for the Dodgers -- two hits, two RBIs, two runs scored -- was overshadowed by a frustrating loss to the Padres.

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Grantland: A Dayton with destiny

Few thought the 2015 Royals could replicate last season's Cinderella run, but K.C. has made a mockery of the doubters on its way to the AL's best record.

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Houston gets past Twins, 8-0

Astros Hank Conger hit a grand slam as they soared pass the Twins. Collin McHugh gave up seven hits and struck out six in picking up his second straight win. He has allowed two runs or fewer in each of his last six starts. Box score

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White Sox demolish Royals

The White Sox sealed the deal after the final five runs in the eighth inning put them up by 12 over the Royals, who scored their only run in the ninth when Kendrys Morales hit a sacrifice fly to left. The game ended 12-1. Box score

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Prado puts Marlins over Mets in walk-off

Martin Prado had 5 hits, including a walk-off, to help the Fish overtake the Mets in the 11th. Box score

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Davis goes deep twice in win

Orioles 1B Chris "Crush" Davis hit his 39th and 40th home runs of the year in the Orioles' 10-2 win over the Blue Jays.

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Yankees hit three home runs in win

Alex Rodriguez hits his 681st career home run as the Yankees beat the Rays 5-2.

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Yankees beat Rays

Rookie Luis Severino won his third straight start and Alex Rodriguez hit his 681st career home run giving the Yankees a win over the Rays 5-2. Box score

Tulowitzki leaps over O's catcher at 1st

Troy Tulowitzki reached first on an error but when he rounded the base on the overthrow he had to jump over the Orioles' Matt Wieters, the catcher that was backing up first, to make it back to the base safely.

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Marlins take the lead

The Marlins took the lead in 7th inning on a bases-loaded walk by RF Marcell Ozuna after he was down in count 0-2. Entering today he had one walk all season that came after he was down in the count, 0-2. The Marlins are up against the Mets 5-4 in the top of the eighth. Follow live

Iglesias (finger) out at least 2 weeks

Tigers SS Jose Iglesias sustained a non-displaced chip fracture in his right middle finger, according to the Tigers. Iglesias will miss the next two weeks, after which he'll be re-evaluated.

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Yoenis Cespedes now has 11 homers and 28 RBIs in 31 games since being acquired from the Detroit Tigers on July 31. ... Sean Gilmartin enters

Giants SS Crawford (calf) back in lineup

Brandon Crawford, who missed the past three games with a calf injury, returned to the lineup tonight against the Rockies. Colorado has a 2-0 lead in the 2nd. Follow live

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Jacoby Ellsbury was removed from the Yankees-Rays game in the fifth because of an upset stomach. Ellsbury has had a poor season overall. He is hitting .270 with seven homers, 30 RBIs and 17 stolen bases in 84 games. He is making $21 million in the second season of a seven-year, $153 million contract.

Blue Jays get one on the board

After a throwing error by Orioles SS Manny Machado, Ryan Goins grounded in a fielder's choice to first and Chris Colabello scored. The Blue Jays trail 2-1 at the bottom of the fifth. Follow live

Marlins lead Mets after 3-run fourth

After three scoreless innings, the Marlins brought in the first runs from 1B Justin Bour's RBI single, J. T. Realmuto's sac fly and Miguel Rojas' RBI single in the opener of a three-game set. The Marlins are up 3-0 over the Mets in the bottom of the fourth. Follow live

A-rod extends his own record vs. Rays

Alex Rodriguez hit a second-inning, two-run homer vs. the Rays tonight. The homer marks the 681st of his career, his first since Aug. 20 and the 53rd of his career against the Rays. Follow live

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Milwaukee Brewers @Brewers

The next weather update from Great American Ball Park will be at 7:30 CT. This is the team's third game delayed by rain this year.

Yankees lead rays early

The Yankees started the first contest of a three-game weekend vs. the Rays with two runs in the second when Alex Rodriguez hit a two-run homer to left. The Yanks are up 2-0 at the top of the third. Follow live