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Debut goes accordingly for Norris

Trade deadline acquisition Daniel Norris made a nice impression in his first Tigers' start, a 6-1 victory over the Orioles. Norris allowed one run in 7.1 innings and J.D. Martinez helped with a 3-run HR. Box score

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L.A. finale crucial for Angels

Crucial because the Angels have lost 5 straight and now trail the Astros by 3 games in the AL West. Dodgers SP Mat Latos tries to get a sweep for his new team. Follow live

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Pirates shut out Reds

Lost in a bench-clearing fight that saw 3 players ejected, plus 2 more 9th-inning ejections, was one of Charlie Morton's best starts of the year for the Pirates. Morton pitched 7 scoreless innings with 7 K's. Box score

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Bryant (head) leaves game in Milwaukee

Cubs 3B Kris Bryant was removed in the fifth inning after being tagged in the head sliding into second base. The Cubs have a 4-1 lead. Follow live

Grichuk stops Rockies starter

Yohan Flande went through the first 4 innings with only 1 hit allowed and zero runs. Randal Grichuk ended his run of excellence with a 2-run shot. Cardinals lead 2-0. Follow live

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Tex on a roll on the road

Mark Teixeira, who has reached base in 20 straight games, belted his 29th homer this season and 5th on the Yankees' 10-game road trip. The Yankees lead 9-0 against the White Sox. Follow live

Baseball Tonight @BBTN

Benches clear in two games. First, in Cincinnati after McCutchen & Phillips were both hit. Then in Toronto, after Tulo & Escobar were hit.

Benches clear in Royals-Blue Jays

Blue Jays pitcher Aaron Sanchez went inside twice before hitting Alcides Escobar in retaliation for Troy Tulowitzki being hit the previous inning. Words were exchanged and the benches cleared. Sanchez was ejected, along with Jays' bench coach DeMarlo Hale, who replaced John Gibbons after he was ejected for arguing Tulo's HBP. Follow live

Blue Jays' John Gibbons tossed

The Jays' skipper got an early shower from umpire Jim Wolf after watching Troy Tulowitzki hit and Josh Donaldson get buzzed up-and-in in back-to-back at-bats. Donaldson also was hit-by-pitch in the first inning. Follow live

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Benches clear in Pirates-Reds

Mounting tension over beanings caused the benches to empty in the 8th inning with the Pirates leading 3-0. Marlon Byrd (Reds), Joey Votto (Reds) and Sean Rodriguez (Pirates) were ejected, but it did not appear any punches were thrown. Follow live

Bombers break game open

Didi Gregorius and Brett Gardner each hit 2-run singles as a part of a five-run fourth inning to give the Yankees a 6-0 lead against the White Sox. Jeff Samardzija has allowed all six runs on seven hits. Follow live

Reaching for the top

The Rays need to start doing work to catch the Yankees in the AL East. Mounting a comeback today vs. the Red Sox would be a start. Tampa Bay trails 3-2 in the 6th. Follow live

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ESPN On Snapchat Discover live

Saturday marked the first time a reigning league MVP pitched to another. See what happened when Mike Trout stepped into the batter's box against Clayton Kershaw in Sunday’s edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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Jesse Rogers @ESPNChiCubs

According to ESPN Stats and Info, Russell's HR in the 2nd traveled 423 ft. Longest of his 7 this season.

Atlanta Braves @Braves

Jace Peterson delivers a 3-run shot to the right field bleachers and the #Braves take a 4-1 lead here in the top of the 5th.

Have a day Jose Fernandez

The Marlins righty, in just his 6th start since Tommy John surgery, has a season-high 112 pitches through 6 scoreless innings. He has 10 K's, and 2 walks and 4 hits allowed. With a 2-0 lead, he is in line for his 16th straight home win. Follow live

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Tigers pile it on Ubaldo Jimenez

Jimenez's rough afternoon began with a J.D. Martinez 3-run shot in the 1st. Detroit just added 3 more in the 5th to push its lead to 6-1 and cut Jimenez's start short. Follow live

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Braves' Simmons to have MRI on thumb

Defensive wizard Andrelton Simmons will have an MRI to determine the extent of damage to his injured right thumb. However, the Atlanta SS did learn it was not fractured Saturday night.

Russell rips homer to center

Brewers starter Kyle Lohse surrendered his 25th homer of the season to Addison Russell, who hit his seven this year. The Cubs lead the Brewers 2-0 in the second at Miller Park. Follow live

Davis moves into 1st with homer

Chris Davis launched his 18th HR at Camden Yards, the most home HRs in MLB this season. It was his 26th overall, the same amount he had in 2014. However, the Tigers still lead the O's 3-1 in the 5th. Follow live

Blue Jays open scoring against Royals

With a Jays lineup full of sluggers, it was Chris Colabello whose HR gave Toronto a 2-0 lead. It was just Colabello's 10th HR of the season but the Blue Jays' 7th HR of the 4-game series. Follow live