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Marlins get Jennings' first win the hard way

Miami took 13 innings to beat Baltimore 1-0 and get new manager Dan Jennings off the schneid, but with an injury-depleted rotation, there are bigger Fish to fry.

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Strasburg's struggles (1:29)

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Saturday's power rankings

Anthony Rizzo's power display for the Cubs against the Diamondbacks headlines Saturday's rundown of top performers on big-league diamonds.

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Brett Gardner has the last word: 'Embarrassing'

CC Sabathia lasted just 2 1/3 innings against the Rangers on Saturday, allowing six runs on seven hits in the New York Yankees' 15-4 loss.

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Bolsinger shuts down Padres (0:37)

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Baseball is dying ... again

A Wall Street Journal report shows that participation in youth baseball appears to be in heavy decline.

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Rizzo plays the hero for Chicago

Anthony Rizzo's three-run homer in the ninth, part of a six-RBI night, was the difference in the Cubs' 9-6 victory over the Diamondbacks.

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Final: Rockies 5, Giants 3

All right, then, we'll call it a draw. San Francisco snagged the first game in Saturday's doubleheader, but Colorado evened the score in the nightcap in part thanks to SS Daniel Descalso's 2nd HR of the season. Box score

Final: Cubs 9, Diamondbacks 6

Extra innings loomed in Arizona, but Chicago tacked on 3 runs in the top of the 9th with a HR from Anthony Rizzo for the Cubs' 3rd win in their past 4 games. Box score

Putting the "oh" in San Diego

Dodgers pitcher Mike Bolsinger threw 8 shutout innings and gave up just 1 hit in Los Angeles' 2-0 win over the Padres. Joc Pederson hit his 3rd leadoff homer, tying Johnny Frederick (1929) for the most in franchise history by a rookie.

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Karma bites back vs. Baltimore pitcher

Orioles pitcher Brian Matusz was tossed for the use of a foreign substance in the 12th inning, and the Marlins responded with a walkoff 1-0 win in the 13th.

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