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Brewers cling to late lead

Center fielder Carlos Gomez plated the Brewers' early run, but will that be enough to beat the Cardinals?

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9hJim Bowden

Bowden: Previewing the next wave of call-ups

Jim Bowden looks at 11 prospects he thinks will be called up soon and could make an immediate impact at the big league level, including Carlos Correa.

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MLB Power Rankings: Week 9

The ultra-consistent Cardinals and the suddenly surging Giants are worthy of being in the top spot in our rankings. Who's No. 1?

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2hDavid Schoenfield

Five key things to watch this week

After an abysmal April, the San Francisco Giants' offense sparkled in May. Can they keep that going against the Pittsburgh Pirates this week?

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Historic Road Trip Takes Its Toll (3:22)
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11hTommy Rancel

Updated top 10 fantasy prospects for 2015

Dodgers pitching prospect Zach Lee vaults to the top of Tommy Rancel's fantasy baseball prospects rankings, while Diamondbacks prospect Peter O'Brien makes his debut at No. 3.

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21hChristina Kahrl

Sunday's power rankings

Martin Maldonado's walk-off home run in the 17th inning capped off a career day for the backup Brewers catcher.

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1dWallace Matthews

AL East keeping New York Yankees afloat

Any of the teams in the American League East is just a short winning streak away from the penthouse, or a short losing streak from the outhouse.

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Former Marlins closer sent to Double-A

Steve Cishek went to Double-A Jacksonville after Miami's 5-1 loss to the Cubs tonight. Cishek saved 73 games from 2013-14, but lost his closer's job early this year.

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Gattis with the seeing-eye RBI single to right to drive home two runs! Tucker out at third. #Astros lead 5-2 after 7 innings complete.

Belt belts double to put Giants on top

Brandon Belt hit his 16th double this season to right field to score 2 runs in the first inning against the visiting Pirates. Belt has 24 RBIs on the season. Follow live

Deep Freese gets Angels on the board

Alex Colome's given up a hit in each inning so far in Los Angeles, but the most recent hit from the Angels was a David Freese solo HR to left-center, breaking a scoreless tie in the bottom of the second against the Rays. Follow live

A first for Kershaw at the plate

SP Clayton Kershaw recorded his first career 3-hit game with an RBI single to push the Dodgers lead to 4-2 in the sixth inning, ending Rockies SP Kyle Kendrick's night after 5 1/3 IP. RHP Christian Friedrich relieved Kendrick and gave up a 3-run HR to Joc Penderson on his fifth pitch. Follow live

Pitchers duel in St. Louis

The Cardinals' Jaime Garcia just completed his 7th inning with only one run allowed. But Mike Fiers' 6 shutout innings have the Brewers up 1-0 in the bottom of the 7th. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Dodgers retake lead vs. Rockies

Andre Ethier, who hit a solo HR in the second inning, led off the sixth inning with a triple. Enrique Hernandez brought him home a batter later with an RBI single to give L.A. a 3-2 lead, although Hernandez was subsequently picked off at second. Follow live

Wood brings the wood to help own cause

The Diamondbacks intentionally walked Braves CF Todd Cunningham to face SP Alex Wood, who made them pay with a 2-RBI single in the second inning to break a scoreless tie in Arizona. Andrelton Simmons followed with an RBI single, and Atlanta leads 3-0. Follow live

Arenado , Rockies knot score at Coors

Clayton Kershaw surrendered his seventh homer this season -- a two-run shot to Nolan Arenado in the fourth inning -- to relinquish the Dodgers' 2-0 lead. Arenado has 13 HRs and 37 RBIs this season. Follow live

Cubs' Hammel shuts down Marlins

Jason Hammel struck out a career-high 11 over 6 2/3 innings to earn his first win since May 8. Anthony Rizzo and Jorge Soler each had an RBI in the first inning to put Chicago on its way to a 5-1 win.

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Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Nats rained out today, so Mets win tonight in San Diego will pull Amazin's even in standings atop NL East (albeit percentage points behind).