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Final: Brewers 9, Pirates 4

Jonathan Lucroy, Adam Lind and Scooter Gennett combined for seven RBIs as they helped Milwaukee to its third straight win. Box score


Sano homers to continue tear

Miguel Sano hit his 15th home run in just 50 games and went yard for the third game in a row to fuel the Twins' offense in a 3-0 victory over the White Sox.


Washington takes 4-3 lead in St. Louis

Ryan Zimmerman recorded his third go-ahead hit of the night on an RBI double. This is his first career game with 3 go-ahead hits. Watch on ESPN, WatchESPN


Mark Saxon @markasaxon

Clayton Kershaw is carving up the #Giants right now. He picked off the only batter who reached base, Buster Posey. 1-0 Dodgers B4.

Final: Royals 12, Tigers 1

Cheslor Cuthbert got a curtain call after his first career MLB homer, and Kansas City scored in each of the first five innings to roll past Detroit. Box score


Nats, Cards tied ... again

For the third time tonight, the Nationals and Cardinals are even after Kolten Wong's RBI single, which knocked reliever Matt Grace out of the game after one batter. Washington is on its fifth pitcher. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Matt Harvey experienced symptoms during the game. Not sure if he'll travel with the team to Miami tonight or stay behind. Mets off Thursday.

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Chris Davis: 4th player in the last 10 seasons to hit a walk-off HR on a 3-0 pitch Last was Joey Votto against the Rockies last season

Davis, Orioles walk off in 11 to avoid sweep

Chris Davis smashed his fourth career walk-off homer and second this season to send the Orioles to a 7-6 win over the visiting Rays. Davis joins James McCann, Brian Dozier, Kris Bryant, Jason Castro, and Josh Donaldson as players with multiple walk-off HR this season. Box score

Final: Twins 3, White Sox 0

Miguel Sano homered for the third straight night and the fifth time in eight games as Tommy Milone (7 IP, 3 H, 7 K) stymied Chicago. Box score


Yordano Ventura strikes out 11 again

The Royals' right-hander matched a career high by striking out 11 batters for the second consecutive outing. He's also in line for the win with Kansas City leading Detroit 12-1 in the 8th. Follow live


NL East-leading Mets take down Phillies

Ruben Tejada knocked in four runs -- two of which came on an inside-the-park HR that sent the Phillies' RF tumbling over the wall -- to fuel New York's 9-4 win.


Fan at Fenway injured reaching for ball

A fan who was taken away on a stretcher at Fenway Park after flipping over backward trying to catch a foul ball is expected to be released from a hospital Wednesday night, according to the Red Sox.

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Late fireworks force extras in Baltimore

Evan Longoria's second homer of the game put the Rays up 6-4 in the ninth, but Jonathan Schoop answered in the bottom of the inning with a two-run homer of his own. The ballgame is tied 6-6 in the 10th at Camden Yards. Follow live


Donaldson's big night powers Blue Jays

Josh Donaldson's three hits, including an RBI single and an RBI double, sparked the Jays to a 5-1 win over the Indians to take the series


Brown flips over wall on inside-the-park HR

The Mets' Ruben Tejada slapped a ball down the right-field line, leading Domonic Brown to topple over the fence trying to field it. That allowed Tejada to go around the bases for a homer.


Zimmerman notches HR No. 200

Ryan Zimmerman hit his second homer of the game to give the Nationals a 3-2 lead and quiet the Cardinals crowd in St. Louis. He has 16 HRs this season and seven in his past nine games. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Cards making contact vs. Scherzer

The Cardinals have put 14 balls in play against Max Scherzer tonight, and nine have resulted in hits. St. Louis' last hit by Thomas Pham tied the score at 2 in the fifth inning. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN


Man wins car prize, goes home with '98 Civic

That's right: The Charleston River Dogs set a season attendance record of 285K so they gave Cadet Kyle Busbee a 1998 Honda Civic... with 285K miles on it. Oh, and Bill Murray was involved.


Rizzo hands out orange slices

Cubs first baseman/healthy snack distributor Anthony Rizzo takes the time to distribute orange slices to teammates in the dugout.


Final: Mets 9, Phillies 4

Ruben Tejada smacked an inside-the-park home run, Michael Conforto and Yoenis Cespedes hit traditional homers, and the Mets won for the 10th time in 13 games. Box score