Grandal the hero in Los Angeles
Right after making a run-saving play in the top of the 13th, Yasmani Grandal led off the bottom of the inning with a game-ending home run, resulting in the only run in the Dodgers' 1-0 win. L.A. completes a 3-game sweep of Arizona. Box score
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Almost a run in LA, but not quite
With a runner on 3rd, J.P. Howell uncorked a wild pitch that got away from Yasmani Grandal. But Grandal recovered and tossed it to Howell covering the plate just in time to tag Jordan Pacheco and keep the game scoreless heading to the bottom of the 13th inning. Follow live
Yankees have a Red Sox sweep in mind
Boston P Joe Kelly allowed just 1 hit in his last matchup with the Yankees. The Red Sox will need that Kelly again tonight, as the Yankees look to complete their first sweep of at least 3 games in Boston in more than 9 years. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN
Padres take Rockies out of the park in win
Pinch-hitter Jedd Gyorko was hitting just .145 coming into Sunday, but he drilled a homer 438 feet, and Justin Upton and Derek Norris added HRs of their own to lead the Padres past the Rockies 8-6.
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Kimbrel closes out the Rockies
Colorado made things interesting in the 9th with a Charlie Blackmon homer, his second of the game, but Craig Kimbrel got his 8th save of the season and 34th in a row in the Padres' 8-6 win. Box score
Cardinals beat Pirates in extras yet again
Kolten Wong's walk-off home run in the 14th lifted the Cardinals past the Pirates 3-2 for St. Louis' third consecutive win in extra innings. It's the Cards' first such stretch since 2006.
Astros are hot, but can they keep it up?
Baseball Tonight's Aaron Boone says Houston's 18-7 start isn't sustainable: "I ultimately don't think they get to the postseason this year. But this team is for real ... and they're doing it in so many different ways."
Arizona Diamondbacks @Dbacks
Andre Ethier leads off with a double of his own. Chip Hale makes a double switch and brings in Enrique Burgos to pitch and Hill to play 3rd.
Gray, Vogt power A's past Rangers
Sonny Gray threw a career-high 119 pitches and struck out 10 Rangers over 6 2/3 innings, and Stephen Vogt hit two homers to stake the Athletics to a 7-1 win. It wasn't all rosy for Gray, who walked a career-high seven batters.