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Dodgers tag Lincecum

Tim Lincecum gave up eight hits and four runs through four innings in a rough start against the Dodgers, but the Giants have rallied.

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Scouting Vandy's early-round draft prospects

Keith Law passes along his scouting notes on Vanderbilt University starter Carson Fulmer and shortstop Dansby Swanson and has more MLB draft buzz.

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Braves double up Nationals (2:19)

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Red Sox rally for walk-off win (0:54)

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12hHoward Bryant

In MLB, the bigger, the better

In ESPN's Fight for Perfection issue, Howard Bryant writes that today's colossal athletes invite awe. But what is
 gained in size will come with a loss of fan connection.

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9hTommy Rancel

Updated Top 10 fantasy prospects for 2015

Rafael Montero and Severino Gonzalez move to the top of Tommy Rancel's updated top 10 prospects list, as they both draw major league starting nods this week.

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13hKeith Law

Scouting Vandy's early-round draft prospects

Keith Law passes along his scouting notes on Vanderbilt University starter Carson Fulmer and shortstop Dansby Swanson and has more MLB draft buzz.

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Josh Hamilton trade may haunt Angels

BBTN's Chris Singleton: “I don’t understand how the Angels can essentially give a player to Texas, pick up the majority of the $83 million left, and you’ve giving him to a team in your division. This will come back to bite them at some point.”

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Toronto's Reyes (rib) headed to DL

SS Jose Reyes was placed on the 15-day disabled list by the Blue Jays because of a cracked rib. Reyes had been trying to play through the injury, but was just 2-for-15 at the plate over his last 4 games.

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Mariners snap two-game skid
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Nelson Cruz recorded his league-leading 21st RBI against his former team and Taijuan Walker tossed seven strong innings as the Mariners won 3-1 over the Rangers.

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Braves hand Nats 6th straight loss

Kelly Johnson collected 3 of Atlanta's 13 hits -- including 10 off Washington starter Doug Fister -- as the Braves defeated the Nationals 8-4.

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Tigers edge Twins for 3rd straight win
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Yoenis Cespedes had a homer and 3 RBIs, Jose Iglesias added a home run and a triple, and the Tigers topped the Twins 4-3. Detroit has won 3 in a row following a 4-game skid.

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Dodgers' Crawford exits with injury

Carl Crawford left the Dodgers' game against the Giants after suffering an apparent leg injury while running out a triple. Los Angeles leads San Francisco 3-0 in the 5th. Follow live

Hamels K's 9 to lead Phillies
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Cole Hamels allowed one earned run over seven innings to capture his first win of the season in the Phillies' 4-1 win over the Cardinals.

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Jesse Rogers @ESPNChiCubs

Hammel when asked if its too early to project this to be a good team: “We’ve been doing that since January right?”

Orioles game postponed by civil unrest
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Because of ongoing violent protests in the streets of Baltimore, tonight's Orioles-White Sox game was postponed. Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Tuesday's game could be moved -- possibly to Nationals Park in Washington -- if safety continued to be an issue. Scene

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White Sox-Orioles game postponed

ESPNChicago's Doug Padilla from Camden Yards, where tonight's game was postponed due to protests outside the stadium: “Everybody was monitoring it and the whole time … you could see the helicopters floating nearby. You could hear the sirens from police cars.”

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Showalter, O's owner to meet in morning

Said Orioles manager Buck Showalter, as told to BBTN: "We'll probably make a decision [on Tuesday's game] in the morning, see how the night goes here in Baltimore before we do anything. ... They're trying to get my input from a baseball standpoint on what might work or not work. Obviously, there are a lot more important issues going on in our city right now."

Yankees roll Rays in Bronx
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Brian McCann smacked his second HR this season to break a 1-1 tie in the 6th, and the Yanks wouldn't relinquish their lead in a 4-1 win.

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