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Rangers' Gallo sparkles in major league debut

In his first MLB game, Joey Gallo went 3-for-4 with four RBIs and fell a triple shy of the cycle in the Rangers' rout of the White Sox.

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Gallo goes off in MLB debut

Joey Gallo finished a triple shy of the cycle in his MLB debut, going 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs and a HR in the Rangers' fourth straight victory -- a 15-2 win over the White Sox. Box score


Final: Astros 6, Orioles 4

The team that ruled the 3rd ruled the day. Houston tallied 5 runs in that single inning, including an Evan Gattis HR, and the Orioles struggled to get on base after their own 4-run 2nd. Houston moves to an AL-best 33-20 on the year. Box score


Gallo goes boom in second career at-bat

Joey Gallo recorded 4 RBIs -- the most ever by a Ranger in their major league debut -- and his second hit of the game helped lift him to the franchise record.


Final: Blue Jays 7, Nationals 3

Kevin Pillar went 3-for-4 with two home runs to power Toronto past the Nats. Pillar became just the fifth player since 2010 to tag Max Scherzer with multiple long balls in the same game. Box score


Final: Cardinals 1, Brewers 0

Cardinals SP Lance Lynn (4-4) fanned five in 7 2/3 scoreless innings, Mark Reynolds singled in the game's lone run and St. Louis evened the series against Milwaukee. Box score


Dodgers even score at Coors

CF Joc Pederson tripled to deep right center to pull the Dodgers level with the Rockies in the 7th inning. Pederson, who hit a solo shot in the third, is 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs tonight. Follow live

Wolverines not ready to call it a season

For the first time all season, Florida was shut out, as Michigan stayed alive at the Women's College World Series with a 1-0 win. The Gators had been 48-0 when outhitting their opponent this season. (via ESPN Stats & Info)


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Incredible diving catch from Ender Inciarte, and he'll remain in the game after colliding with the wall.

Road to the Finals: Cavs' playoff journey

Two sweeps and a battle against the Bulls -- and when the dust cleared, the Cleveland Cavaliers had claimed a spot in the NBA Finals.


Posey poses problem for Pirates

A Buster Posey double to deep right scored Joe Panik and Hunter Pence to give the Giants a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st. Pittsburgh SP A.J. Burnett had a 1.81 ERA coming into the night. Follow live

Rockies chip away until lead is theirs

The Dodgers jumped out to a 4-0 lead on Adrian Gonzalez's two-run blast in the third inning, but the Rockies have since scored five unanswered runs to take a 5-4 lead in the the sixth at Coors. Follow live

Orioles not offering much support

Baltimore doesn't have a hit since the 2nd inning, and there's only been one Oriole on base in that stretch. But thanks to an early run-scoring flurry, the Astros' lead is jut 5-4 in the 8th. Follow live


Gallo not much for triples

Joey Gallo hit 10 triples in 1,410 minor league plate appearances. Gallo is a triple shy of becoming the first player in MLB history to hit for the cycle in a debut (via Diane Firstman). Follow live

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Rays put Angels in hole early

Logan Forsythe tucked in a C.J. Wilson fastball, kissed it goodnight and sent it to left field on a 2-run shot, bringing home Joey Butler scored. The Rays lead the Angels 2-0 in the 1st. Follow live

Zobrist slam lifts Athletics

After going scoreless through six innings to dig a 3-run hole against the Tigers, the Athletics took the lead for good with a five-run seventh inning, capped by Ben Zobrist's grand slam.


A Ruf night for the Reds

Maikel Franco brought the Phillies back in the 8th with a 2-run HR, and Darin Ruf finished the rally with a walk-off RBI single as the Phillies beat the Reds 5-4.