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Kruk: Price can figure it out

The Baseball Tonight crew breaks down David Price's pitching and still trust him to pitch great as long as he can go out there and execute.


Sano's head gets the assist on the out

Miguel Sano took a pop fly off the noggin, but his teammate made the save.


Concern in Dodgersland growing?

The Dodgers have a lot to worry about if Clayton Kershaw goes down and the Baseball Tonight crew breaks down a potentially busted season for Los Angeles.


David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Fun with Todd Frazier facts! He hit his 22nd home run and is on pace for 46. He's also hitting .202 with just six doubles. Only one player -- Mark Reynolds -- has hit 30-plus HRs while batting under .200. And the fewest doubles for a 40-homer guy was Harmon Killebrew's 11. It's shaping up as an all-time oddball season for Frazier.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Large contingent of family and friends give Brock Stewart a big cheer when he emerges from the postgame clubhouse. Kid showed guts after one bad inning..

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Daniel Murphy, whose 14 homers this season have already tied a career-high, when asked to explain his new-found power: "I don't know. They just keep going over the fence."

How does Didi Gregorius unwind?

The Yankee likes to sit back, relax and uncork some Two Buck Chuck. Gregorius' 2-run walk-off HR went down smooth for New York, but is going to leave a hangover for the Rangers.


Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers fall 7-0 to Brewers.

Baseball Tonight @BBTN

What a come back!! Yankees hit 2 HR to score 6 runs in the 9th to walk it off vs the Rangers, 9-7.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Mets manager Terry Collins on what Daniel Murphy has done against his former team: "He's doing damage against everybody!"

Why did you fail me, bat?!

That's probably what Freddie Freeman was thinking when snapping his bat after striking out for the third time.


Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Two Daniel Murphy bombs and another Max Scherzer gem helped the Nats to a 4-2 victory and a sweep of the Mets – you know, the team that was supposed to be Washington's foil but instead is falling apart faster than a homemade burrito. With a 5.5-game division lead and seven straight home dates with the Reds and Brewers (followed by four more against these same Mets), a double-digit cushion by the All-Star break doesn't seem out of the question.