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Rangers' Joey Gallo to make MLB debut

Gallo, who became the first minor leaguer with back-to-back 40-HR seasons (2013-14) since Ron Kittle (White Sox) in 1981-82, will bat sixth and play third base tonight vs. the White Sox. Follow live

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Jesse Rogers @ESPNChiCubs

Rizzo down the line for a 2 out double, drives in Fowler. 1-1 Top 3 Rizzo on-base twice off the lefty Hand already.

Milwaukee without Davis for 4-6 weeks

OF Khris Davis underwent surgery this morning on his right knee (meniscus). The expected recovery time is 4-6 weeks.

Pillar puts Toronto up early

Kevin Pillar squashed a Max Scherzer fastball deep to left, sending it on a one-way ride for his third HR of the season, and that's been all the scoring so far. The Blue Jays lead 1-0 through 2. Follow live

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Hendricks can't be happy with that pitch.2 strikes with pitcher on deck and runner on third and 2 outs. Hechavarria hits it to the wall.1-0

Utley beats the shift with his own shift

The Reds tried to take the bat out of Chase Utley's hands, and they were sort of successful. Utley calmly laid down a bunt and took first base with little Cincinnati's shifted infielders could do. It's a tactic you think you'd see more often. Follow live

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Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Heard more concern from hitters/staffers than I can ever recall about what they say is the inconsistency of the strike zone this year.

Rockies ready to do it again after win

Jorge De La Rosa threw 6 solid innings despite a cut on his middle finger that had delayed 2 previous starts, Michael McKenry homered and the Rockies beat the Dodgers 6-3 in the first game of a doubleheader.

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Reds already on the board

It took just 7 pitches for Cincinnati to put its first run across the plate. Joey Votto doubled to right, bringing home Brandon Phillips, and the Reds lead the Phillies 1-0 in the top of the 1st. Follow live

Hamilton out of lineup tonight

Josh Hamilton tweaked his left hamstring on his game-winning double with two outs in the bottom of the ninth Sunday against the Red Sox. However, Hamilton doesn't think he'll miss much more time.