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Ortiz keeps raining pain on the Yankees

With two more home runs hit against the Yankees in this weekend's series, it's safe to say nobody -- especially the Yankees -- foresaw how much damage David Ortiz would do to them over the years.

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3hWallace Matthews

Yankees showing no signs of life

After another night with virtually no offense, it might be time for the New York Yankees to realize a harsh truth: Their time has passed for good.

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Dodgers have a formula for failure

After dropping their sixth straight game at home this week and faced with the prospect of being swept by the Padres, the Dodgers are left wondering where their offense went and when they'll get it back.

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7hDoug Padilla

Dodgers' rotation shakeup is 'matchup-based'

With a pair of off-days mixed into the upcoming road trip, most of the Dodgers starters will get some extra time to rest between outings.

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5hMark Simon

Astros problems in 2016 are plentiful

Poor pitching across the board and a lack of offensive production at a couple of spots in the lineup have made for a very frustrating season.

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Conforto stepping up in the spotlight

Games like Saturday's are helping cement the fact that Michael Conforto is going to occupy the No. 3 slot with the Mets for a long time after he doubled, homered and plated three runs to help beat the Giants.

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Story's two-run triple gives Rockies the lead (0:33)
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Phillips makes nice behind-the-back throw, dabs afterwards (0:33)
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Upton makes Twins pay for mix-up (0:27)
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Werth takes Garcia deep to left for three-run homer (0:21)
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Papi power sends Sox sailing over Yankees

The Red Sox got the benefit of both the fresh and the familiar after Jackie Bradley Jr. created a tie that David Ortiz broke an inning later with his game-winning home run.

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Were Marlins right to pull Conley from no-hit bid?

Lefty Adam Conley no-hit the Brewers into the eighth inning, but came out after his pitch count had piled up. David Schoenfield looks at whether or not manager Don Mattingly made the right call.

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Kurkjian: Mattingly did the right thing pulling Conley (1:02)
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Warren G the latest to fall victim to 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' (0:46)
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Nationals need a nudge on offense

With the Nationals' offense stymied by the Phillies while Washington got swept, is it time for the Nats to shake up their lineup to get the most out of Bryce Harper and put some runs on the board?

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3dBuster Olney

There's a perfect storm for A's to trade Gray

Buster Olney examines the potential trade market for Sonny Gray and says the A's could do well if they dangled their ace -- plus today's links.

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Stanton obliterates 460-foot homer

Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton amazingly hit one off the scoreboard tonight in Milwaukee.

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Wright hilariously messes with camera

Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright wasn't on the mound Saturday, so his way of staying entertained was to make faces at the TV camera.

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Brandon Phillips goes behind the back

And then dabbed after the nifty toss.

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Kipnis steals the Phillie Phanatic’s ATV

Indians 2B Jason Kipnis takes a pregame joyride on the Phillie Phanatic’s ATV. The Phanatic reacts playfully when his ride is returned.

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Catcher fooled by pitch, batter not

Twins catcher John Ryan Murphy appeared to be expecting a different pitch from starter Tyler Duffey. Justin Upton wasn't fooled at all, though.

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Big Papi stays hot, crushes another HR

David Ortiz is set to retire at the end of this season, but he's going out swinging ... literally. Here's his second home run in as many nights, No. 508 of his career.

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Jim Caple ESPN Senior Writer 

Mariners, who beat KC 1-0 last night on just one hit (a Seth Smith homer) are up 4-0 after two first inning hits -- another Smith solo shot and a three-run blast by Kyle Seager.

Walk-off at the Trop

Curt Casali's RBI single in the ninth inning gave the Rays a 4-3 win over the Blue Jays.

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John Buccigross @Buccigross

Most HR in Age-40 Season 1987 Darrell Evans 34 2013 Raul Ibanez 29 1960 Ted Williams 29 David Ortiz hit his 5th tonight vs NYY

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Jacob deGrom discusses Saturday's outing. He allowed three runs -- none earned -- on two hits and four walks in six innings. DeGrom lamented the walks as well as not picking up teammate Wilmer Flores after a throwing error at third base in the third inning.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Michael Conforto discusses why he has been immune to the pressure of batting third at his age as well as his two-run double on Saturday that helped fuel a 6-5 win. Conforto also contributed a solo homer.

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