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Russell rips homer to center

Brewers starter Kyle Lohse surrendered his 25th homer of the season to Addison Russell, who hit his seven this year. The Cubs lead the Brewers 2-0 in the second at Miller Park. Follow live

Davis moves into 1st with homer

Chris Davis launched his 18th HR at Camden Yards, the most home HRs in MLB this season. It was his 26th overall, the same amount he had in 2014. However, the Tigers still lead the O's 3-1 in the 5th. Follow live

Blue Jays open scoring against Royals

With a Jays lineup full of sluggers, it was Chris Colabello whose HR gave Toronto a 2-0 lead. It was just Colabello's 10th HR of the season but the Blue Jays' 7th HR of the 4-game series. Follow live

The Detroit recipe: Power + pitching

J.D. Martinez clocked HR No. 29 in the 1st, a 3-run shot, and SP Daniel Norris' first three innings as a Tiger have been all zeros. Detroit leads 3-0. Follow live

Upon further review ... Walker gets HR

At first glance, it looked like Neil Walker's hit was just a lead-off triple to the 4th inning. However, the umpires, under review, determined the ball cleared the fence and hit off a railing. Walker's 10th HR of the season gives the Pirates a 3-0 lead. Follow live

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98 degrees with a 21 mph wind at first pitch. And at second pitch, Ellsbury hits a HR. Yankees 1, White Sox 0.

Royals, Blue Jays get chippy

After a 1st-inning HBP of Josh Donaldson, Edinson Volquez went high-and-tight in Donaldson's 2nd at-bat and the two exchanged words. But that was it and Donaldson ended up walking. The game is 0-0 after 3. Follow live

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Jose Fernandez keeps rolling

Since coming back from Tommy John surgery July 2, the Marlins righty is 4-0 with a 2.53 ERA in 5 starts. Through 2 innings today vs. the Padres, he has 4 K's, giving up 0 runs and 2 hits. Follow live

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Saturday marked the first time a reigning league MVP pitched to another. See what happened when Mike Trout stepped into the batter's box against Clayton Kershaw in Sunday’s edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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Phillies surging, Braves sliding

The NL East matchup features teams headed in different directions. Philadelphia has won 12 of 14 since the All-Star break, while Atlanta's losing streak has reached 6 games. Follow live

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Van man to make Tigers debut

Daniel Norris, the key piece for Detroit in the David Price trade, pitches today (1:35 p.m. ET) vs. the Orioles. The blue chip prospect with a $2 million signing bonus lived out of his VW van this offseason. Free spirit

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Fernandez at home = trouble for Padres

Marlins SP Jose Fernandez tests his 15-0 career home record (23 starts) vs. San Diego. The RHP's insane home ERA is 1.19 ERA in 151.2 innings. The Padres, winners of 4 in a row, counter with James Shields. Follow live

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Olney on Kershaw: 'Are you kidding me?'

With 37 straight scoreless innings, Clayton Kershaw "is back to doing things we have never seen before," said Buster Olney.

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Sox place Porcello on DL with sore triceps; new reliever Cook activated. Tuesday's starter to be announced.

Fan can't get in or out of poncho

After this ordeal at Fenway Park, perhaps the gentleman will opt to bring a rain jacket to the park next time.

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Grading all 30 GMs at the deadline

Alex Anthopoulos (Blue Jays) traded for SS Troy Tulowitzki, SP David Price and OF Ben Revere. So, he gets an A+. Dave Stewart (Diamondbacks) did nothing, and thus, his grade was less generous. Grades (Insider)

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Dan Haren, asked about leaving Miami: "Ooh. I better be careful. You're setting me up. It was a rough situation"

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Clayton Kershaw is the first pitcher since Luis Tiant in 1968 and 1972 to throw at least 35 straight scoreless innings in multiple seasons

How to bet Nationals-Mets

Andrew Lange says the undervaluing of Mets SP Noah Syndergaard "puts us in a position to make a play on the home side at anything below minus-130.” Betting guide (Insider)

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Baseball movement not done yet

Yovani Gallardo. Ian Kennedy. And a certain Red Sox infielder. The Baseball Tonight crew discusses the top players who could be dealt before the waiver trade deadline on Aug. 31.

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