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A wild and crazy idea: Jake Arrieta, future Hall of Famer?

He's already 30 and has only 64 career wins, but does Jake Arrieta have a chance to make the Hall of Fame? He wouldn't be the first pitcher to reach the Hall as a late-blooming star.

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More concern for Sale or Harvey? (2:28)
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David Price living a charmed life in Boston

While David Price has made progress after a slow start, Boston's ace has benefited from a blistering offense that has covered up his early mistakes.

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Jackie Bradley Jr. halfway to Joltin' Joe (0:25)
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Martin sends Seattle fans home happy (0:42)
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Minor league manager has another epic ejection (2:03)
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Outside Baseball: Remembering Bochy's large helmet (1:53)
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Three potential suitors if Yanks trade Beltran

Buster Olney explains why the Yanks should trade veteran Carlos Beltran and examines his trade market, details Giancarlo Stanton's struggles and more.

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How well do you know The 100-100 Club?

CC Sabathia won his 100th game for the Yankees on Friday. In another lifetime, he won 106 for the Indians. Think of the trivia possibilities! (Actually, Jayson Stark did think of them -- so come test your knowledge!)

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Story Time: Why 19-year-old Ozzie Guillen got beaned and charged the mound with his bat (3:11)
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Kyle Rudolph's unique way of announcing wife is pregnant (0:56)
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Brandon Phillips' 2-year-old son has a blast at practice (0:27)
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Will Gwynn's tobacco lawsuit be a deterrent? (3:50)
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The secret to Bradley's hitting success (2:06)
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Stanton needs to commit to process to break slump (1:10)

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Harvey will make his next start on schedule

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

You never know who you're going to run into outside a Cubs-Cardinals game, even the ghost of a guy who died more than 90 years ago.

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Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

The Braves are 2-18 at home. If they lose today they'll have as many home losses by 5/25 as the '98 Yankees had all season (19)!

Fan falls on field diving for foul ball

Josh Donaldson couldn't reach that foul ball, but an ambitious fan got to it, even though it meant falling between the tarp and the wall.

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Jake Arrieta, future Hall of Famer?

The idea sounds preposterous because Arrieta is already 30, has just 64 career wins, and has had exactly one Hall of Fame-caliber season. And yet. Wild and crazy idea

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Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Harvey's 6.08 ERA and all-around terrible pitching are a much bigger deal than his decision to dodge the media. But if a player is going to bask in the good times, he needs to stand at his locker and answer for the bad. Sure, some writers get overwrought about the lack of accountability. But teammates notice it, too.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Accuweather says, "There are showers and thunderstorms developing this morning to the west and south of St. Louis and some of these will reach the metro area this afternoon. There is a pretty good chance the game will get completed today, but there is a chance of a delay. These showers and storms will be fairly slow moving and a 60 to 90 minute rainfall is a possibility. Gusty winds and heavy rainfall can accompany the strongest storms. The temperature at first pitch will be 78 degrees with a rise to around 84 degrees by the end of the game. It will be humid with AccuWeather RealFeel Temperatures in the middle 80s during much of the game. The wind will blow toward the left field corner at around 10 mph throughout the game."

Minor league manager no stranger to meltdowns

And it doesn't matter if it's stealing a base, chucking a rosin bag or disrobing at home plate.

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Machado crushes monster homer

Manny Machado is no stranger to home runs. This one was just on another level.

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Jackie Bradley Jr. halfway to Joltin' Joe

Jackie Bradley Jr. doubled in the second inning to extend his hit streak to 28 games, which puts him halfway to tying Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hit streak.

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Martin sends Seattle fans home happy

Mariners center fielder Leonys Martin drilled a walk-off, two-run home run -- bat flip included -- to give Seattle a 6-5 win over Oakland.

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Grimm pulls off no-look backward snag

Cubs pitcher Justin Grimm made this look way too easy.

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Fan gets hit in face trying to catch ball

That's not how you use a baseball glove.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Big win for the Mariners. Robby Cano hits a two-run homer in the eighth and Leonys Martin belts a two-out, two-strike, two-run walk-off, Seattle's third of the season, most in the majors. Ryan Madson threw four straight changeups to Martin, but the fourth one was terrible, up in the zone.

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The comeback is complete! Leonys Martín hits the walk-off HR with 2 outs in 9th to give Mariners the late comeback win over A's.