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Chris Sale apologizes to fans, teammates

"Do I regret standing up for what I believe in? Absolutely not. Do I regret saying business should not be first before winning? Absolutely not. ... I'll never understand why we need to do something on the business side on the field that might impede us winning a game." 'Main focus should be winning'

Saladino the walk-off hero for White Sox

Tyler Saladino rips a single to center that scores J.B. Shuck and gives the White Sox a 5-4 victory over the Cubs.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs reliever Mike Montgomery discuss taking the loss in the ninth inning against the White Sox on Monday after the Cubs scored two runs to tie the game in the top of the inning.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs starter Jake Arrieta discuss his night on Monday against the Sox where one pitch changed everything,

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"Do I regret standing up for what I believe in? Absolutely not." Chris Sale has apologized to fans and teammates: es.pn/2aqHQqg

Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Significant development for Tigers RF J.D. Martinez, who heads to Toledo to begin his rehab assignment tomorrow. Martinez, who has missed five weeks with a fractured elbow, will begin by DH'ing and then eventually resume outfield duties. His bat and timing are top priority right now. Martinez wants to get back as soon as possible: "I'm excited because we're still in the race."

Rangers win on Beltre's walk-off blast

Adrian Beltre smacked a two-run home run in the ninth to give the Rangers a 7-6 victory over the Athletics.

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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

There were a number of reasons that manager Brad Ausmus said factored into him going to K-Rod in a four-out save situation, but chief among them was that he felt this game was a must-win. Coming off a pair of walkoff losses yesterday, thought the club needed to stop the bleeding: "I just felt we needed to nail this one down."

Dickerson smashes dinger to fifth deck

San Diego's Alex Dickerson launched a 452-foot two-run homer that traveled all the way to the fifth deck at Rogers Centre.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

After 99 games, the Yankees are three games over .500 for the first time this season.

Orioles walk off on Rockies' error

Jordan Lyles couldn't handle a grounder and Nick Hundley couldn't grab the throw home, allowing Adam Jones to score the winning run.

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