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Kiermaier with a tremendous jump from first on a single to center; Rays have first and third, one out in the seventh. 4-4 with KC.

Wheels coming off for Cardinals

Six straight Cubs have reached base in the eighth, including a 2-run HR by Anthony Rizzo and an RBI single by Chris Denorfia. The Cubs lead 7-2, after scoring 5 totals runs in their last 5 games vs. Cards. Follow live


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Fourth-inning HR by Alex Gordon was 430 feet, his 3rd-longest of season. Most 430-foot HR this season: TOR 17 LAD 16 COL 14 KC 14

Cardinals score 2, chase Arrieta

After cruising through 6 innings, Jake Arrieta ran into trouble with 2 outs in the 7th. He gave up 3 straight hits that plated the Cards' first runs of the game and pushed Arrieta out of the game. The Cubs still lead 3-2. Follow live


Span, Escobar out for tonight's game

Nationals CF Denard Span (back) and 3B Yunel Escobar (hamstring) are both out of the lineup tonight vs. the Reds after leaving Monday night's game early.

So, Alex Gordon is A-OK?

In his 2nd-inning at-bat, Alex Gordon was plunked by Matt Moore. When he came up 2 innings later, Gordon homered to right to tie the game at 4. The Rays had just scored 3 runs in the top of the fourth to take a lead. Follow live


East Coast bias? Not this year

For the first time ever, no Yankees or Red Sox player is slated to start in the All-Star Game. (via Elias).

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Olney: Top 5 All-Star 'omissions'

ESPN's Buster Olney doesn't like the word "snub" but Dodgers LHP Clayton Kershaw and Twins 2B Brian Dozier are two players he would have liked to see make the All-Star team. The other three (Insider)

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Moore uncharacteristically wild

The Rays' Matt Moore hit the Royals' Drew Butera and Alex Gordon both in the 2nd inning. It's the first time Moore has hit 2 batters in a game, and, entering today, he had only hit 11 batters in his 62-start career. Follow live


Matt Moore struggles through 2nd

In just his 2nd start of the season, the Rays LHP gave up 3 runs on 2 hits vs. the Royals. With 2 outs and a runner on, Moore had a HBP, BB, HBP and then gave up a 2-run single before getting the 3rd out. Follow live


Ian O'Connor: A-Rod snub no big deal

"I don’t really have a huge problem with it because ultimately at end of the day, Alex Rodriguez being in a 15th All-Star Game is not going to help in him long-term nearly as much as, say, winning a ring with the Yankees without Derek Jeter, without using PEDs -- assuming he’s not using them anymore.” (via Mike & Mike)

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Denorfia's clutch single gives Cubs lead

After scoring just 1 run in 18 innings, the Cubs doubled their output in the third inning against the Cardinals. Chris Denorfia hit a 2-out single against Tyler Lyons to put Chicago up 2-0. Follow live


Joc Pederson @yungjoc650

Thanks everyone who voted for me..excited to represent the @dodgers in the All??Star game..also thanks to my fam for always supporting me. one love

Can we play the Cubs every day?

With Jason Heyward's 2nd-inning single, he is now 15-for-40 (.375) against the Cubs this season. He is hitting .263 against everyone else and .279 overall. Follow live

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Jesse Rogers @ESPNChiCubs

Fowler slowly starting to come out of it. Walk and SB here in the first but the Cubs don't score. 0-0 Top 2

Guy jumps off teammate's back for dunk

The basket wouldn't count in a real game and the injury risk is extremely high, but this crazy dunk would garner you props for life. Power boost

Rafael Noel@teamflightbros

Buster Olney: A-Rod 'not a snub'

"I've been surprised at the rancor in Alex Rodriguez being left off [the All-Star team]," ESPN's Buster Olney told SportsCenter. "The reason he was left off the team? There were better candidates."