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Gattis powers Astros to 10th win in a row

Evan Gattis hit two home runs, including the tiebreaking blast in the bottom of the eighth, as the Astros beat the Mariners to win their 10th straight game.

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Tigers hold off Royals (0:48)

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Nationals blank Mets (0:46)

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Wild finish to Angels-Giants (0:45)

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A not-so-rocky start for LeMahieu

In ESPN's Fight for Perfection issue, we we asked an NL scout to break down Rockies 2B DJ LeMahieu's hot start, then asked LeMahieu to respond.

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Projecting MVP, Cy Young and ROY winners

Dan Szymborski provides an updated look at MLB's MVP, Cy Young and rookie of the year race. ZiPs projects Mike Trout and Adrian Gonzalez to take home the top honors.

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Final: Tigers 6, Royals 4

Anibal Sanchez was perfect into the sixth inning and Miguel Cabrera hit his 6th homer of the year as the Tigers earned a split of the four-game series. Detroit (17-9) takes a half-game lead over KC (16-9) in the AL Central.

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Home sweet home ... St. Pete?

The Orioles wrapped up a three-game "home" series vs. the Rays in St. Petersburg with a 4-2 victory to take the series 2-1. MLB moved the games to Florida due to the civil unrest in Baltimore. Box score

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Seattle Mariners @Mariners

This game is tied! Rickie Weeks breaks for third and comes around to score thanks to an error. We'll take it. 6-6

Final: Nationals 1, Mets 0

The Nats scored just 1 run behind an RBI single from Ryan Zimmerman in the first, but that's all they would need. RHP Doug Fister dazzled, pitching 6 1/3 scoreless innings while striking out 3 and walking none. Box score

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Mets haven't lost consecutive 1-0 games since Sept. 4-5, 1990 at St. Louis & Pittsburgh. Not vs. 1 opponent since April 17-18, 1973 vs Cubs

Your not-so-typical double play

The Royals turned a 6-4-3 double play against the Tigers today -- but not in ordinary fashion. Christian Colon threw to Omar Infante, who tagged out the lone baserunner diving back to second, who threw to Eric Hosmer to complete the DP.