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Final: Giants 2, Padres 0

Madison Bumgarner's no-hit bid was broken up in the 7th, but most importantly the Giants' ace notched the win with 6 strikeouts over 7 1/3 innings against the visiting Padres. Box score

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King Felix stays unbeaten with 3-2 win

Nelson Cruz and the Mariners slugged 3 solo homers and Felix Hernandez allowed 1 run over 7 innings to hand the Angels their 4th straight loss. Hernandez improved to 5-0 on the year.

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David Schoenfield @dschoenfield

King Felix is 5-0 (Mariners have won all six of his starts). Paxton, Walker, Iwakuma, Elias have one win in 15 starts. Yes. Still.

Final: Mariners 3, Angels 2

Nelson Cruz hit his MLB-leading 14th home run of the season to back Felix Hernandez (7 IP, ER, 8 K), who tied Randy Johnson for the 2nd-most wins in Mariners history. Box score

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Cardinals win seventh straight

The Cardinals spotted the Cubs 5 runs in the 1st inning but came from behind to earn a 10-9 win behind Mark Reynolds' grand slam and a 4-run 7th inning.

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Twins edge A's for 5th straight win

Torii Hunter hit a tiebreaking home run in the 6th that held up as the difference as the Twins hung on against the Athletics 8-7.

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No-hitter alert: Bumgarner dealing

Madison Bumgarner has a no-hitter going through 6 innings of work. It's the second-longest no-hit bid of his career. He went 7 innings against the Rockies last August. Follow live

Final: Cardinals 10, Cubs 9

The Cubs jumped to a 5-run lead in the 1st, but the Cards answered with Mark Reynolds' grand slam in the bottom half of the frame to keep the game close. St. Louis went on to score two more runs in the 6th and plated four in the 7th for their seventh straight win. Box score

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Cruz puts Cardinals ahead of Cubs

Cardinals catcher Tony Cruz sneaked a ground ball down the third-base line to score two and finish off a four-run inning for St. Louis. The Cards lead the Cubs 10-8 heading to the bottom of the 8th on ESPN.

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Gomez's 1st comes against the best

The Brewers' Hector Gomez hit his 1st career HR off Clayton Kershaw, becoming the 4th player in major-league history to hit his 1st career HR off the reigning MVP, and the first since 1969. (via Elias)

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