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Lincecum rocks Angels as Giants sweep

Tim Lincecum allowed just 3 hits over 8 innings, and San Francisco shut out the Halos in a 5-0 win. The Giants swept the three-game series with the Angels, who are already 7 games back of the Astros in the AL West. Box score


Angels @Angels

As we go to the 9th, the Angels will look to mount a comeback trailing 5-0. @Trouty20 will lead things off.

St. Louis Cardinals @Cardinals

Peter Bourjos ties it with an infield single scoring Kozma, knocked down by Harrison to save the game. Tied 2-2 and Matt Holliday up!

No running on Padres' Norris

Michael McKenry just tried to steal second base with Derek Norris behind the plate. Bad idea. Norris threw him out, the 10th baserunner he's caught stealing this season. Not a bad way to bolster the 2-run HR he hit earlier, as the Padres lead the Rockies 6-5. Follow live


Segura hit in helmet in Brewers' win

The Brewers beat the Cubs 5-3, but baseball took a backseat to a scary moment in the 8th, when Jean Segura took a stray fastball to the helmet from Cubs P Pedro Strop. Segura initially stayed in the game before exiting for a pinch runner.


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Twins: Outscored 22-1 in first 3 games, started season 1-6 Twins beat White Sox 13-3 on Sunday, go over .500 for first time at 13-12

Twins beat up on Danks and White Sox

The Twins hit John Danks early and often, scoring 7 runs in 2 1/3 innings off of the White Sox starter on the way to a 13-3 Minnesota win. Chicago stranded 10 of 11 runners in the loss.


San Diego Padres @Padres

The Rockies tie it up with a home run by Arenado. It's 5-5 heading to the bottom of the 5th with the top of the order due up.

Sonny Gray sits after lengthy outing

The Athletics' pitcher whiffed Adrian Beltre before giving way to Dan Otero to end the seventh inning. Gray threw 119 pitches through 6 2/3 innings; it's his season high for pitches. Oakland leads Texas 5-0. Follow live


Astros push streak to double digits

Evan Gattis' eighth-inning home run gave the Astros a 7-6 win over the Mariners, Houston's 10th straight victory. The Astros (18-7) have not lost this season in games they've led at any point.


Kendrick can't keep a lead for Rockies

Colorado has taken two leads through five innings, and both times the Padres have responded with homers off Kyle Kendrick. Derek Norris hit a 2-run shot in the bottom of the fourth to give San Diego a 5-3 lead.