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Fernando Salas works a scoreless 7th and we move on to the 8th inning with the Dodgers leading 2-1.

Mariners top Twins 4-1 in extras

The Twins had no answer for the Mariners' 3-run 11th after hitting a game-tying HR in the ninth to force extras. Nelson Cruz hit his 29th homer this season.

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Correa makes the difficult look easy

In one fluid motion, Astros SS Carlos Correa picked up a grounder, spun and fired to first for the out.

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Yankees crush White Sox in Chicago

Ivan Nova struck out seven over six solid innings, and Stephen Drew added three hits and four RBIs in the Yanks' 12-3 win over the White Sox.

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Kris Bryant leaves early in Cubs' win

The Cubs survived a late rally in Milwaukee to win their fifth straight and take the four-game series, but it may have come at a cost: Bryant left the game in the fifth after sliding headfirst into second. He will be re-evaluated Monday in Pittsburgh.

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Angels cut Dodgers' lead in half

Angels 1B Albert Pujols' RBI groundout in the 6th put the Angels on the board as the Dodgers lead 2-1 behind 2B Howie Kendricks' third-inning home run. Follow live

Daniel Norris, Tigers beat Orioles

Norris, who was acquired in the David Price trade, struck out five and gave up 1 earned run through 7 1/3 IP as the Tigers won 6-1.

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Rangers win in dramatic fashion

Texas turned a double play on speedy Giants OF Hunter Pence with the bases loaded to end the Rangers' 2-1 win. Martin Perez dazzled over 8.1 innings. Box score

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M's earn series split with 4-1 win

After trading solo homers with the Twins in the ninth to force extras, the Mariners posted a 3-run 11th on a Logan Morrison double and Austin Jackson single. Fernando Rodney picked up his fourth win. Box score

Cubs win series, lose Bryant

The Cubs swept the Brewers in four games with a 4-3 win in Milwaukee to run their win streak to five. Kris Bryant hit an RBI single in the fifth but left the game with an apparent head injury after sliding headfirst into second base. Box score

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Caroline Wozniacki > John Wall

Caroline Wozniacki threw out the first pitch before today's Dodgers-Angels game, and unlike some other sports stars (looking at you John Wall), she threw a perfect strike.

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Yankees smash White Sox 12-3 in finale

The Yankees ended their 10-game road trip with a series win against the White Sox. Stephen Drew had 4 RBIs and Jacoby Ellsbury added 3 to back Ivan Nova's six innings of one-run ball. Box score

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Tempers flare in Pirates’ 3-0 win

This one got quite exciting in the 8th inning when the benches and bullpen emptied, nearly prompting an all-out brawl.

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Fernandez does everything but win

Jose Fernandez turned in a 6-inning, 10-K gem, but was denied moving his career record at home to 16-0 by the bullpen. The Marlins still won on Marlins SS Adeiny Hechavarria's walk-off, 3-run HR.

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Dodgers strike first at home

Dodgers 2B Howie Kendrick hit his 9th HR of the season off RHP Cory Rasmus to go up 2-0 over the Angels heading into the fourth. In two at-bats, Kendrick has a double and a home run. Follow live

Astros take two of three vs. D-backs

Collin McHugh allowed one run over seven innings and fanned six to improve to 13-5, and Carlos Gomez hit a tiebreaking two-run single in the fourth to give the Astros the lead for good in a 4-1 win. Box score

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Perez through 8 near-perfect innings

Rangers SP Martin Perez has allowed 1 hit and zero walks to the defending World Series champion Giants today. Considering his pitch count (75), he should have plenty left to finish the shutout. Follow live

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Tensions very high in Blue Jays win

The victory was overshadowed by manager John Gibbons' ejection, the benches clearing and lots of chin music for slugger Josh Donaldson

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Rays beat Red Sox with late rally

Back-to-back 8th-inning RBIs by Asdrubal Cabrera and James Loney erased a 3-2 deficit, and Tampa Bay's bullpen did the rest.

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