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Correa's ground ball to Bogaerts is bobbled. Runners at first and third and that's it for Justin Masterson. #Astros lead 5-2 in the 4th.

Miguel Cabrera suffers injury

The Tigers slugger left tonight's game after suffering an apparent leg injury on the base paths. He was grabbing his left thigh as he exited. Cabrera was replaced by pinch runner Andrew Romine. Follow live

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McCutchen takes Bauer deep

Indians starter Trevor Bauer set down the first 9 Pirates he faced tonight. But after Neil Walker singled to end that run, Andrew McCutchen homered to center to cut Cleveland's lead to 3-2. Follow live

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Jake Peavy in a rage in the Giants' dugout… Looks like he's going to pull his scalp off. Pitched effectively, but leaves down 2-1.

Chris Archer throwing up 0's

The Rays ace has tossed 3 scoreless frames so far, and was aided by a nice leaping catch by CF Kevin Kiermaier in the 3rd. He's struck out 3 Yankees as the Rays lead 2-0. Follow live

Robinson takes Peavy deep

Clint Robinson drilled Jake Peavy's offering to put the Nationals in a 2-1 lead over the Giants in the seventh. Watch on ESPN/WatchESPN

Jordan Bastian @MLBastian

9 up, 9 down for Bauer here in Pittsburgh. Indians carry a 2-0 lead into the fourth inning -- courtesy of Moss' 14th homer of the season.

Giants strike first in D.C.

Buster Posey took the Nationals' Gio Gonzalez deep to center on a solo shot to start the 7th as the Giants score the first run for either team. It's Posey's 4th HR in his last 9 games. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Peavy six scoreless innings; he and Gio Gonzalez are rolling. Giants are probably pleasantly surprised with how Peavy has been 1st time out.

Long, long gone for Hanley Ramirez

This one almost went right over the Green Monster, instead landing in the very last row to put the Red Sox up 1-0 over the Astros in the 2nd. Follow live

Moss HR puts Indians ahead

Pirates starter Charlie Morton worked a clean 1-2-3 first inning, but after David Murphy singled to lead off the second, Brandon Moss launched his 14th HR of the season to left field to give Cleveland a 2-0 lead. Follow live

All pitching for Nationals, Giants

In his first start since April 17, Jake Peavy has given up just 2 hits through 5 scoreless innings. Bad news: The Giants' offense hasn't done anything vs. Gio Gonzalez. We're headed to the 6th scoreless. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Just Miggy being Miggy

Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera has 100-plus RBIs in each of the last 11 seasons. He added another to this season's total (54) with a run-scoring single in the 1st off Blue Jays starter Drew Hutchison. Follow live

Zack Hample gives A-Rod 3,000th hit ball

The Yankees will donate $150K to Pitch In For Baseball, and Hample said: "To be in the situation today, and to be able to do this for Pitch In For Baseball, is just incredible." A-Rod said he was "excited" to get the ball back.

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Rays jump on Tanaka early

Grady Sizemore opened the game with a double as the Rays' first three batters all reached safely. Tampa Bay scored only 2 runs, but Masahiro Tanaka needed 26 pitches to get out of the 1st inning. Follow live

Andrew Marchand @AndrewMarchand

Rothschild wanted Tanaka to throw more fastballs his last outing, started game with three, then a sinker before Sizemore double on splitter

Archer-led Rays face Tanaka, Yankees

Chris Archer is 5-0 in his career with a 2.02 ERA against the Yankees. Tampa Bay has won in Archer's last 7 starts against the Yankees, who counter with Masahiro Tanaka (4-3, 3.88) in tonight's matchup. Follow live

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#VoteAltuve @astros

At the exact midway point of the season, #Astros 47-34 record is best record through 81 games since the 1999 club posted the same mark.