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Red-hot Tigers looking like a complete package

This year's Tigers, off to a sizzling 11-2 start on the heels of Alfredo Simon's victory over the Yankees on Monday, look more like a team and less like a collection of talent.

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Bryant powers Cubs past Pirates (1:55)

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Updated Top 10 fantasy prospects for 2015

Maikel Franco moves to No. 9 to No. 1 in Tommy Rancel's updated list of the top 10 fantasy baseball prospects for 2015 after a busy week of promotions, demotions and injuries.

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Reds' Price unleashes tirade on reporters
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Reds manager Bryan Price lashed out in front of a group of 10 media members, reportedly using the F-word 77 times and 10 variants of other vulgarities in a 5 1/2-minute rant focused on recently published roster information. Price goes off

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Athletics power past Angels
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Stephen Vogt's fourth HR this season -- a 3-run shot -- helped lift the A's past the Angels 6-3.

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Final: Astros 7, Mariners 5

Luis Valbuena's second homer of the night provided the visiting Astros a lead they would not relinquish against the Mariners en route to a third straight win to start their 9-game road trip. Box score

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Why are Cubs calling up Russell?

Hakem Dermish: "Well, because he's really good. Their second basemen have been struggling, hitting just .146 with the worst OPS in the majors, and they have only six hits -- all singles. Expect him to play second base when he joins the Cubs on Tuesday. ... Now with Addison Russell in the lineup, the sky is the limit for this team."

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Final: Athletics 6, Angels 3

Stephen Vogt planted a 3-run homer in the right-field seats and Marcus Semien added another blast an inning later as the A's handed Matt Shoemaker his first loss this season. Box score

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Reds' Price unleashes tirade on reporters
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Reds manager Bryan Price lashed out in front of a group of 10 media members, reportedly using the F-word 77 times and 10 variants of other vulgarities in a 5 1/2-minute rant focused on recently published roster information. Price goes off

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Padres spoil De La Rosa's season debut
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The Padres pounded Jorge De La Rosa for 9 runs in the first two innings and went on to grab a 14-3 win behind Matt Kemp's 3 runs and 4 RBIs.

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Cabrera walks off for win

Melky Cabrera found an unoccupied area in the outfield to drop his walk-off single, capping Chicago's four-run rally in the 9th vs. Cleveland.

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Padres rock De La Rosa, Rockies
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This is the face you make after allowing 9 runs (7 earned) on 9 hits in 2 innings. That was the case for Rockies starter Jorge De La Rosa, who dug an insurmountable hole against the Padres. Matt Kemp helped send Colorado to a fourth straight loss with 3-for-4 hitting, 4 RBI and 3 runs. Box score

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Royals cruise past Twins
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The Twins scored first, but the Royals roared back with seven unanswered runs with the help of a couple wild pitches en route to a 7-1 win.

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Final: White Sox 4, Indians 3
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Trailing by three runs with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning, seven straight White Sox reached safely as Melky Cabrera hit the walk-off single to bring home the come-from-behind win in Chicago, leaving the Indians stunned with a second straight loss. Box score

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Angels @Angels

Albert Pujols just hit a ball that looked like it was shot out of an Ion Cannon. Trout scores on the single to get the #Angels back within 1

Fan struck in head by foul ball
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The Baseball Tonight crew discusses fan safety after a fan finding her seat with her back to the field of play was hit in the head through the netting at the Cubs-Pirates game. The Pirates said the fan was alert when she was stretchered out.

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White Sox come to life. Alexei with the two-run double in the ninth and it's now 3-2 CLE, 1 out.

Padres' offense clicking

San Diego has scored a season-high 14 runs against the Rockies tonight ... and it's only the sixth inning. It's the Padres' second 10-run game of the season. Last season, they scored 10 runs just five times. Follow live