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Kershaw keeps his scoreless streak alive

After several days' delay, Clayton Kershaw erased concerns and pushed his scoreless innings streak up to 37 with eight strong frames to beat the Angels.

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Puig robs Trout with diving catch (0:21)
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Photo of the night: Fireworks in NYC

Lucas Duda brought the in-game excitement, homering twice to become the 1st player since 2008 to have 8 straight hits go for home runs. And the Mets had a lot to celebrate, moving within one game of the Nationals in the NL East.

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Soler's sensational grab at the wall

The Brewers threatened to force extra innings, but Jorge Soler had other ideas.

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Baseball movement not done yet

Yovani Gallardo. Ian Kennedy. And a certain Red Sox infielder. The Baseball Tonight crew discusses the top players who could be dealt before the waiver trade deadline on Aug. 31.

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Grichuk takes away a home run

Cardinals CF Randal Grichuk's leaping catch wasn't enough to get St. Louis the win, but that doesn't mean it wasn't great.

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Solarte's bare-handed grab and throw

Yangervis Solarte needed to rush on this soft grounder, so he skipped the glove.

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Brooks wins in debut with Athletics

In his first start since being traded from the Royals, Aaron Brooks gave up one run over 7 1/3 innings in Oakland's 5-1 win over Cleveland.

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Eaton stretches out for sliding catch

The landing wasn't exactly smooth, but this diving grab from White Sox CF Adam Eaton was still a thing of beauty.

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Kershaw extends streak in dominant win

Clayton Kershaw tossed 8 scoreless innings of 2-hit ball to move his shutout streak to 37 consecutive innings as the Dodgers beat the Angels 3-1.

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Giants spoil Hamels' Texas debut

Cole Hamels gave up 5 runs over 7 2/3 innings, as San Francisco rode a multi-HR night from Brandon Belt to a 9-7 win in 11 innings. Belt had just 1 HR in all of July.

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Stanton recovery slower than expected

Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton was hoping to return within 6 weeks of having surgery on his fractured left wrist, but the progress isn't going as expected. "Definitely slower," Stanton said. "That's the generation of your whole swing is that turnover [with] your hand and your wrist. I know what a sore wrist feels like, and now with a broken hand and the sore wrist, it takes a little longer."

Final: Giants 9, Rangers 7 (11)

San Francisco scored 3 times in the 8th inning to force extras before Hunter Pence and Brandon Belt each homered in the 11th to end the Rangers' 3-game win streak. Cole Hamels allowed 5 runs over 7 2/3 innings in his first start with Texas. Box score

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Two solo homers have Giants in control

Hunter Pence led off the top of the 11th with a homer and Brandon Belt followed with his 2nd shot of the night to add some insurance against the Rangers in extras. Follow live

Final: Athletics 5, Indians 1

Aaron Brooks went 7 1/3 innings in his first start with the Athletics, allowing 5 hits and 1 run to help Oakland end its 3-game slide. Box score

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Rockies snap skid at Busch Stadium

Nolan Arenado and Ben Paulsen combined for 5 RBIs in Colorado's 6-2 win over St. Louis, the Rockies' first win at the Cardinals since May 2013.

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Longball fuels Astros' win

Carlos Correa (3 RBIs) and Hank Conger (5 RBIs) each smacked two home runs to snap the Diamondbacks' six-game win streak.

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Reds hang on to edge Cole, Pirates

Cincinnati got to Gerrit Cole again as Eugenio Suarez knocked in three runs in the Reds' 4-3 win. Thee of Cole's 5 losses this season have come against the Reds.

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Suzuki lifts Twins in the 9th

A couple of wild pitches by Seattle closer Carson Smith let Minnesota tie the score and Kurt Suzuki's single drove in the winning run in the Twins' 3-2 victory.

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Hamels roughed up in Texas debut

The Giants and Rangers have done fight night justice, trading big innings in a 7-7 tie late. Cole Hamels went 7 2/3 innings, allowing 8 hits and 5 runs in his first Rangers start. Follow live

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Rizzo, Cubs keep streaks rolling with win

Anthony Rizzo homered for the 4th straight game and Kyle Hendricks scattered four hits to power the Cubs to their 4th straight victory.

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Gerrit Cole has thrown at least 6 IP in 17 of his 21 starts this season. The 4 times he hasn't have all come vs the Reds, all Pirate losses.