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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Tigers pitcher Mike Pelfrey's day ends with bases loaded and two outs in the sixth inning. Pelfrey, encountering some difficulty in the third time through the A's order, gave up two hits and two walks, but second baseman Ian Kinsler's untimely error also extended the inning, allowed A's to score. 2-1

Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Two straight 1-2-3 innings for pitcher Mike Pelfrey, who is still looking for his first win as a Detroit Tiger. Pelfrey has retired last seven batters straight. Now through five scoreless innings. A much smoother outing so far compared to what we've seen in previous starts.

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Half-time at Yankee Stadium, where New York City FC lead Orlando City SC 1-0 thanks to a 42nd-minute opener from Frederic Brillant.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins expects that newly acquired first baseman James Loney will be activated Tuesday, when the Mets face their next right-handed starting pitcher (Mat Latos). Loney was acquired from the Padres on Saturday for cash.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

How did Dodgers OF Trayce Thompson watch his brother Klay's 40-point, 11 3-pointer performance for the Warriors on Saturday? It wasn't easy. The Dodgers were on the bus back to their NYC hotel so Thompson kept track via score apps on his phone before reliever Adam Liberatore found a live feed of the game.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Wilmer Flores is active and in the lineup on Sunday night. Terry Collins said he has not yet told the demoted player about his fate, so the Mets are temporarily withholding that information.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

David Wright is not available on Sunday and it sounds like Monday because of his neck issue. He remains active though. Wright took an oral anti-inflammatory medication for his neck issue. That medication needs 48 hours to take effect and Wright must be idle during that time, according to Terry Collins.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Noah Syndergaard may be used out of the bullpen for an inning on Tuesday. He will make his next start on turn Friday in Miami.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

A day after getting hit in his pitching hand by a line drive, the Dodgers' Kenta Maeda said the pain subsided faster than he thought it would. Maeda is headed out for a light throwing session and is confident he will be just fine to make his next scheduled start.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

As far as discipline for Noah Syndergaard, Major League Baseball officials appear satisfied that because Syndergaard was ejected for throwing behind Chase Utley -- which already was deemed excessive by the Mets -- no other punishment is warranted. So Syndergaard appears in the clear.

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Never give the @Yankees a lead.

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