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Can deGrom rebound against Orioles?

Coming off a pair of rough outings, Jacob deGrom looks to bounce back as the Mets square off with Ubaldo Jimenez and the Orioles.

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Dan Szymborski

Szymborski: Time for the Rangers to reboot

The injury-plagued Texas Rangers are off to a poor start in a good AL West. Dan Szymborski says it's time for the Rangers to fold this hand, with an eye toward competing again in the near future.

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What's wrong with Corey Kluber? (3:20)

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Richard Justice joins Olbermann (5:41)
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Pedro's electrifying Boston years (2:35)

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How many wins will Bartolo Colon have this season? (0:54)

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10hJoe Peta

Peta: Early-season MLB myths, realities

ESPN Chalk's Joe Peta looks at the early-season showings of the Yankees, Mariners, Astros, Nationals and Indians, and predicts whether those performances will remain consistent over 162 games.

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Updated top 250 fantasy baseball rankings

Tristan H. Cockcroft updates his Top 250 rankings, says Stephen Vogt, Danny Salazar, Devon Travis, Alex Rodriguez and Jake Marisnick are among the biggest movers since the end of spring training.

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How Moustakas is finally beating the shift

Mike Moustakas, a notorious dead-pull hitter in the past, has adapted his game and is having success using the whole field this season.

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Reds have Cole's number

Gerrit Cole gave up 8 hits and 3 runs in 5 innings of work tonight in Pittsburgh. The Pirates starter has allowed 6 earned runs to the Reds in 2 starts this season and just 3 earned runs total in his other 4 starts. Cincinnati leads 3-0 in the 6th. Follow live

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Longoria ends HR drought

Rays 3B Evan Longoria's game-tying, solo shot in the fourth inning was his first home run since Opening Day. He had gone 26 straight games without one -- the longest streak of his career. We're knotted at 2 in Boston. Follow live

Mets' Granderson goes yard

New York's Curtis Granderson ripped a line drive over the right-field fence -- his 2nd homer of the year -- to put the Mets up 2-0. Granderson knocked in another run with a sac fly and New York leads 3-0 after 4 innings on ESPN.

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Joey Votto tossed, bumps umpire

The Reds' 1B was ejected after striking out in the 3rd inning. Votto spiked his helmet and appeared to yell to Pirates P Gerrit Cole while walking down the first-base line. Umpire Chris Conroy tossed Votto, who then sprinted back and appeared to make contact with the ump.

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Cubs at Cardinals, 8:15 p.m. ET

Jon Lester takes the hill against the red-hot Cardinals tonight. Cubs starting pitchers have a 7.29 ERA during their 4-game losing streak .

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First big-league RBI and extra-base hit for Swihart, who duplicates Bogaerts's gapper to tie score at 1