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Arenado , Rockies knot score at Coors

Clayton Kershaw surrendered his seventh homer this season -- a two-run shot to Nolan Arenado in the fourth inning -- to relinquish the Dodgers' 2-0 lead. Arenado has 13 HRs and 37 RBIs this season. Follow live

Cubs' Hammel shuts down Marlins

Jason Hammel struck out a career-high 11 over 6 2/3 innings to earn his first win since May 8. Anthony Rizzo and Jorge Soler each had an RBI in the first inning to put Chicago on its way to a 5-1 win. Box score

Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Nats rained out today, so Mets win tonight in San Diego will pull Amazin's even in standings atop NL East (albeit percentage points behind).

Houston Astros @astros

It's been a strange 5th inning with some controversy and lots of action. #Astros have first and second, two outs for Altuve. Tied 1-1.

Castro slips on defense, brings offense

Starlin Castro committed his 12th error of the season in the bottom of the 7th in Miami, after having just 15 errors in 133 games last season. But in the top of the 8th, Castro crushed a homer to left for his 4th HR of the year. Follow live

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Dodgers double up on HRs in 2nd inning

Andre Ethier broke a scoreless tie with a solo shot to right-center field, and two batters later, Jimmy Rollins went yard to put the Dodgers ahead 2-0 in their series opener against the Rockies. Follow live

Baseball Tonight @BBTN

"I think there is a realization among everyone in the game that 162 games in 183 days is one tough schedule" -Commissioner Manfred

Jason Hammel mowing down Marlins

The Cubs starter has struck out 11 -- his 1st game with at least 10 K's since June 22, 2012 -- through 6 innings. He's allowed just 1 run on 4 hits and walked none. Chicago leads 3-1 entering the 7th inning. Follow live

Good Ubaldo Jimenez present thus far

Jimenez can be a bit finicky on the mound, but he's trending upwards tonight with 3 no-hit innings and 4 strikeouts vs. the Astros. No score after 3. Follow live

Holliday keeps streak alive

With a 1st-inning walk tonight, Cardinals OF Matt Holliday has reached base in 45 straight games to start the season. That's a franchise record, and it's the longest streak to start a season since Derek Jeter (53) in 1999. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN