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Angels tally 9-run inning in Boston

This one got ugly very fast as Los Angeles leads 11-3 in the 5th. Sox SP Rick Porcello allowed 7 runs. Coincidentally, the last time L.A. scored 9 runs in an inning (April 20, 2013), Porcello was also pitching. Follow live

Orioles rally to take lead

Miami's Henderson Alvarez walked two to open the top of the 6th, and Baltimore made him pay. Chris Davis scored on an error (committed by Alvarez) and Caleb Joseph plated 2 with a single to put the Orioles up 5-3. Follow live

Felix passes Hunter, ties Hershiser in K's

Mariners SP Felix Hernandez struck out his 2014th career batter tonight, tying Orel Hershiser for 70th-all time. His previous K put him ahead of Catfish Hunter. Hernandez, 29, is through 7 innings with Seattle leading Toronto 4-1. Follow live

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Ian Desmond gives Nats 1st lead

The SS drove in Max Scherzer -- who singled to lead off the bottom of the 6th -- on an RBI double to center to put Washington up 2-1 on Philadelphia. On the mound, Scherzer has 5 K's over 6 innings of 1-run ball. Follow live

Didi Gregorious drowns out the boos

Yankee Stadium let Gregorious -- Derek Jeter's replacement at SS -- hear it after making an error in the 3rd inning. He redeemed himself with a 3-run shot an inning later, but the Yankees still trail 7-4. Follow live

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Chase Utley doubled in the sixth. He is hitting .435 (10-for-23) with 5 doubles, 1 triple and three RBIs in his last seven games.

Nelson Cruz reclaims HR lead

For a brief period tonight, 22-year-old Bryce Harper was tied for the MLB lead in HRs. It didn't last long. Cruz's 6th-inning blast got him to 17 on the season and put the M's up 4-1 vs. the Blue Jays. Follow live

Chris Archer has 8 K's through 4

The young Rays SP has everything going tonight, except for two things: Tampa Bay trails the Athletics 1-0, and his pitch count is already at 78. Follow live

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Moss' HR puts Indians ahead

Brandon Moss' solo blast in the bottom of the 3rd -- his team-high 7th of the season -- has given the Indians a 3-2 lead on the Reds. Michael Bourn and Jason Kipnis have also driven in runs for the Tribe. Follow live

Vogt's 10th homer breaks scoreless tie

Oakland C Stephen Vogt reached double-digit home runs for the first time in his MLB career with a 4th-inning blast tonight. He also gave the A's a 1-0 lead over the Rays. Follow live

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Mauer's steal of third pays off, as Plouffe brings him home with a sac fly. Smart baserunning by Mauer. Twins up 2-0 in the first.

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Mauer with the RBI double and the Twins lead 1-0, T1. Samardzija has gone to a full count vs. the first 3 Twins hitters.

Pujols homers, moves closer to Foxx

Albert Pujols hit HR No. 528 tonight, putting him only six away from tying Jimmie Foxx for 17th all-time. The Angels lead Boston 2-1 in the 4th. Follow live

J.D. Martinez with another oppo shot

The Tigers OF smashed his MLB-leading 6th opposite field home run (he has 9 total) of the season for Detroit, who has a 3-2 lead over the Astros in the 4th. Follow live

Rangers' offense explodes in 3rd

Prince Fielder's 3-run home run highlighted a 7-run, 4-hit top of the 3rd against Yankees SP Michael Pineda. Mitch Moreland also homered in the inning for Texas, which leads 7-0. Follow live

Mariners hand Felix a small cushion

Logan Morrison smoked a 2-run triple in the 4th to put Seattle up 3-1 over Toronto. This gives Felix Hernandez, who's trying to become MLB's first 7-game winner, a 2-run lead. Follow live

Young starters dueling in Pittsburgh

The Pirates' Gerrit Cole has the upperhand thus far as his team leads the Mets and rookie Noah Syndergaard 2-1 in the 3rd. Gregory Polanco and Chris Stewart drove in Pittsburgh's runs. Follow live

Harper's incredible month continues

Bryce Harper has been hotter than hot lately. Since May 6, he has 11 home runs, 11 walks and just 5 strikeouts. He is also just the 6th Nationals/Expos player to hit 11 HRs in a single month.

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Ichiro moves past The Bambino

Ichiro Suzuki moved past Babe Ruth on the all-time hits list with his 2nd-inning single vs. the Orioles tonight. Suzuki's 2,874 hits put him alone in 42nd place. Next up? Mel Ott (2,876). Follow live