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Hamilton returns to action, Rangers win

Josh Hamilton didn't deliver a hit in his first game back, but he scored as the Rangers beat the Indians 10-8 to roll to their sixth win in a row.

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Molitor's positive impact on Twins (1:33)

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Monday's power rankings

Monday's best baseball performances came on the mound -- and they involved anyone but the usual suspects.

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Five key things to watch this week

The Yankees are sliding, Josh Hamilton is returning, and Michael Wacha is in some elite company.

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Nationals-Cubs preview (1:18)

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Pujols, Angels walk off (0:34)

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Stanton's wall-crashing Web Gem

Giancarlo Stanton doesn't just hit home runs, though he did do that on Monday. He is also capable of incredible plays in the field, such as this.

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Molitor's impact on Twins

The Twins have their second-best record in May, and manager Paul Molitor's different managerial approach has proven to be a positive addition to the Minnesota clubhouse.

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Angels walk off in Anaheim

Unlike their hometown friends, the Ducks, the Angels won in regulation as they walked off in the 9th inning on Albert Pujols' bases-loaded single off Craig Kimbrell to snap a two-game skid. Pujols collected his 17th walk-off hit.

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Albert Pujols: 17th career walk-off hit. Only David Ortiz has more in the regular season (18) since Pujols' debut season of 2001

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Ichthyophobia is spreading all over! Padres walk @MikeTrout intentionally to load the bases for Albert Pujols.

Dodgers go long to knock off Braves

Andre Ethier, Alex Guerrero and Jimmy Rollins each homered in the eighth inning, rallying Los Angeles to a 6-3 victory over Atlanta.

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Padres have quality, but no run quantity

Good news for San Diego: with 103 pitches through 6 innings, Tyson Ross has the Padres' 7th consecutive quality start. Bad news, though: San Diego is 2-4 in its past 6 such starts, and the Padres trail the Angels 3-1 in the top of the 7th. Follow live

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Another quality start for the #Angels as Weaver lifted with two outs in 7th, LAA 3, SD 0. Halos lead A.L. with 27 quality starts.

Final: Dodgers 6, Braves 3

The Dodgers, who scored only two runs after loading the bases three times in the first seven innings, smashed 3 HRs in the eighth inning to break a tie and return to the win column in their series opener against the Braves. L.A. starter Brett Anderson allowed two runs over 7 IP. Box score

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Trout misses a HR by inches! Double off the wall, men on 2nd and 3rd, no outs in 5th. #Angels

Advantage Angels in Anaheim

Angels starter Jered Weaver is working with a 2-0 lead behind RBI singles from Carlos Perez and Matt Joyce. Weaver has allowed 4 hits and fanned 7 through 5 innings as L.A. aims to end its two-game skid. Follow live

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Dodgers' derby lifts L.A. to lead

The Dodgers smashed 3 home runs in the eighth inning to take a commanding 6-2 lead against the Braves and end Nick Masset's night with 4 ER on 3 HR in 1 IP. Follow live