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Hernandez struggles after strong start

Felix Hernandez was untouchable through three innings against the Yankees, but his fourth-inning numbers were downright ugly: two hits, three walks, wild pitch, two runs.

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10hJim 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.

Manfred talks rule changes, youth groups (0:53)
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3hDavid 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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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.

22hChristina 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.


All or nothing for the Mets

Andrew Cashner struck out 12 New York batters, but the Mets chased him off in the top of the 5th after scoring 6 runs on 11 hits, including the past 2 runs with 2 outs in the inning. The Pads, meanwhile, have been completely blanked by Jacob deGrom so far as we head to the 6th. Follow live

Freeman on fire in Arizona

Freddie Freeman, who hit a homer in the fifth inning, added another run in the sixth with an RBI single to right field to give the Braves a commanding 7-1 lead over the Diamondbacks. Freeman is 2-for-4 with 3 RBIs and a run.

Rays get two back with homer in 4th

With the Lightning in the Stanley Cup finals, it's only natural that a Tampa Bay player named Franklin would get electric. Nick Franklin, not Ben, hit a 2-run homer down the right field line, and the Rays trail the Angels 4-3 in the top of the 4th. Follow live

Gomez's single all Brewers need

Carlos Gomez drove in the game's only run in the 1st and Brewers SP Mike Fiers (6 inning, 0 runs) did the rest. Box score


Yankees tag King Felix for 2 in 4th inning

Brett Gardner scored on a wild pitch and Chase Headley scored on a double play to put the Yankees up 2-0 on the Mariners. Felix Hernandez has allowed more than two earned runs just twice this season. Follow live

A strike has broken out in San Diego

Or something like one, anyway. Of the first 30 batters, 16 went down on strikes, and Mets SP Jacob deGrom has seen 12 batters and retired them all as New York leads the Padres 2-0 in the 5th. Follow live

Dodgers dogging Rockies pitchers

It doesn't matter who the Rockies put on the mound. The Dodgers have scored 11 runs on 16 hits off four pitchers after Howie Kendrick's 3-run blast in the 8th inning. L.A. leads 11-2 in Colorado. Follow live

Astros ride 7th-inning rally to win

Houston scored 4 in the 7th to erase a 2-1 deficit in its 5-2 win over the Orioles tonight. The win guaranteed the Astros' AL West lead would not dip below 4 games. Box score


Angels @Angels

A man of the people that Mike Trout is. The Halo center fielder gives out his 13th souvenir of the year with a 3-run homer to left.

Big fish, big bat, big homer

If you're going to throw low and inside to Mike Trout, you better hit your spot. Rays SP Alex Colome didn't, and Trout homered to left center for a 3-run shot. The Angels lead the Rays 4-1 in the bottom of the 3rd. Follow live

Bradley's bad outing turns worse

It's not D-backs SP Archie Bradley's night. The Braves added two more runs on Freddie Freeman's eighth homer this season in the fifth inning. Bradley has allowed 5 ER on 8 hits, while Braves SP Alex Wood has allowed only 2 hits in 4 innings. Follow live

The Butler did it for the Rays

Joey Butler hit the very definition of a blooper to center field, and Erick Aybar was unable to track it down as Kevin Kiermaier came around to score. The Rays and Angels are tied 1-1 in the middle of the 3rd. Follow live

Pederson averages longest long ball

Including his 450-foot home run tonight, Joc Pederson's average home run distance is an MLB-high 422 feet (min. 8 HR). Lucas Duda's average ranks second (421 feet), and Giancarlo Stanton and Prince Fielder are tied for third (420 feet).

Seattle Mariners @Mariners

Another clean frame for King Felix. He has thrown 21 pitches in 3 innings, 18 for strikes. Pretty good.