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Gomez takes nasty tumble into stands

Brewers 3B Hector Gomez left the game after diving into the seats while chasing a foul pop in the sixth inning against the Cardinals. He was examined by team doctors and walked off under his own power. The team hasn't released any word on any possible injuries.

Tanaka returns as Yankees eye sweep

Masahiro Tanaka makes his first start since going on the DL April 29 with a strained forearm and tendinitis in his right wrist. Follow live

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Gordon Edes @GordonEdes

Eduardo Rodriguez done after seven splendid innings. A run on two hits, two walks, seven K's

St. Louis Cardinals @Cardinals

Hector Gomez is back out of the stands and walking back to the dugout. He'll leave the game. Luis Sardinas in at 2B, Perez moves to 3B.

Rookie Rodriguez still rolling

Eduardo Rodriguez has allowed one run, two hits and seven strikeouts through seven innings, as the Red Sox hold a 5-1 lead over the Twins. Follow live

St. Louis Cardinals @Cardinals

Hector Gomez just went into the 3rd base stands at full speed chasing down a foul fly. Brewers trainer and med staff checking on him.

Oakland Athletics @Athletics

The A’s have reinstated LHP Drew Pomeranz from the 15-day disabled list and optioned RHP Arnold Leon to Triple-A Nashville.

Rookie Rodriguez sharp so far

Eduardo Rodriguez is making the most of his Fenway Park debut, striking out six Twins over the first four innings as Boston leads 3-1. Follow live

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Cardinals off to fast start

St. Louis erupted for 5 runs in the first inning against Brewers starter Jimmy Nelson and have a 5-0 lead in the third inning. Follow live

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Ranking all the No. 1 picks

Matt Bush, Tim Belcher and Brien Taylor share a common bond with Chipper Jones, A-Rod and Ken Griffey Jr.: They were all No. 1 picks. Who was the best? David Schoenfield ranks them all. No. 1 through 44

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Baltimore Orioles @Orioles

Since the 2014 All-Star break, Miguel Gonzalez has posted a 2.80 ERA (132.0IP, 41ER) which ranks ninth among AL starters (min. 20 starts).