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Ouch! Betts tumbles over the wall

Red Sox CF Mookie Betts almost robbed White Sox 1B Jose Abreu of a homer Tuesday, but the ball spilled out of his glove when he hit the ground, resulting in a two-run shot. Betts exited with concussion symptoms.

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Diamondbacks show interest in Chapman

Arizona has talked with Cincinnati about acquiring LHP Aroldis Chapman, according to multiple reports. Since 2012, the closer has a 1.95 ERA with 414 K's in 231 innings. His fastball averages 99.6 mph.

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Strikeouts catching up to Joc Pederson

The rookie CF is batting .176 this month and manager Don Mattingly is considering moving him from the leadoff spot. In 89 July plate appearances, Pederson has 28 K's. "I didn't think he'd strike out this much. ... He's frustrated," Mattingly said.

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The Yankees trailed 5-0 Last night against the Rangers before coming back to win 21-5. Brett Gardner scored 5 runs.

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ELIAS: Phillies are 9-1 since the All-Star Break, the 1st time they've won at least 9 of their first 10 games after the Break since 1970.

K.C. Masterpiece

Royals 2B Omar Infante fielded a ground ball, then flipped it over to SS Alcides Escobar, who threw out the Indians' Roberto Perez at first.

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Descalso's springing catch

Rockies SS Daniel Descalso robbed Kris Bryant of a base hit with an excellent jumping grab in the bottom of the seventh against the Cubs.

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Twins CF Hicks going up on a Tuesday

Aaron Hicks skies to make the leaping grab vs. the Pirates and earns a couple of style points.

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Fan barehands foul ball with ease

Who needs a glove at a ballgame these days? Certainly not this fan at the Red Sox game.

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MRI on Trout's left wrist negative

Mike Trout has no structural damage and is day-to-day, and could even play Wednesday. He sat out Tuesday's game after feeling soreness in the wrist that he initially injured Sunday while trying to make a diving catch.

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Yankees win laugher over Rangers

New York put 11 runs in the second inning and kept on scoring in a 21-5 victory in Texas.

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Parra leads Brewers over Giants

San Francisco's 6-game winning streak came to an end as Gerardo Parra went 3-for-4 and scored 3 runs, coming up just a HR short of the cycle, in Milwaukee 5-2 victory.

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A's shut out Dodgers

Sonny Gray pitched his 4th career shutout and even got his first major league hit in Oakland's 4-0 win.

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