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Clayton Kershaw double trouble in Dodgers' win

How often does Clayton Kershaw's bat upstage his left arm? It happened Monday, when the Dodgers ace collected three hits and an RBI in a win over Colorado.

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20hJim 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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Monday's power rankings

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom leads our nightly power rankings list.

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Web Gems: Monday, June 1

Does Marwin Gonzalez's ranging play up the middle top Alex Gordon's leaping catch into the stands? Vote at @BBTN, using #WebGems.

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14hDavid Schoenfield

Joe Panik is better than I thought

By improving his contact rate and pulling more fly balls, Joe Panik has become a legitimate threat for the San Francisco Giants.

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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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22hTommy 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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Seriously, who eats Kit Kats like this?

After teammate Dee Gordon tweeted a photo of Giancarlo Stanton's unique Kit Kat-eating technique earlier Monday, reps from the candy company sent the slugger 432 Kit Kats and some handy instructions to use for practice.

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BBTN's Monday Web Gem

Marwin Gonzalez had a throw to first that reminded the BBTN crew of a dancer, but is it enough to dethrone Alex Gordon's 31-time winner?

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Mariners hitting coach: Cano is pressing

Robinson Cano, Seattle's $240 million man, is hitting .246 with only 2 HRs this season. Explains Howard Johnson: "He's a proud guy and when things got off a little slow for him, it's easy to press, even out here in Seattle. ... The main thing I know for sure he is going to be all right, he is going to snap out of it."

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Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

The original Mike Stanton turns 48 today. ... Kelvin Chapman is 59. ... Kurt Abbott is 46. ... Reid Cornelius is 45.

Yankees rough up King Félix in win

Mark Teixeira hit a grand slam off Félix Hernández -- his 6th career home run off him -- as New York chased off the Mariners' ace after 4 2/3 innings and 7 earned runs before cruising to a 7-2 victory. Box score

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deGrom deals as Mets crush Padres

Andrew Cashner struck out 12 batters, but Jacob deGrom carried a perfect game deep into his 8 scoreless innings to lead the Mets past the Padres 7-0. Daniel Murphy finished the day 4-for-4.

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