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The hits don't stop for Cabrera

White Sox's Melky Cabrera is 4-for-4 and sits a HR away from the cycle after hitting a triple in the sixth at Fenway. He's 15 for his last 26. Follow live

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Yankees make quick work of deficit

New York found itself down 5-0 after starter Chris Capuano didn't make it out of the 1st inning. But the Yankees scored 6 runs on 7 hits to storm to the lead in the top of the 2nd before recording an out, which ended Texas starter Martin Perez's day. Follow live

Gordon Edes @GordonEdes

From MLB rules: No catch, if [player] collides with a player, or with a wall, as a result of such collision or falling, drops the ball."

Betts flips over wall, exits in sixth

Mookie Betts caught a fly ball on the run, and his momentum carried him over the wall, ultimately leading to a two-run White Sox homer on the official review after the ball spilled out of his glove in the Red Sox bullpen. Betts appeared to be injured on the play and left the game. The Red Sox trail 7-2. Follow live

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Mets winning. Nats losing. Washington's lead could be down to a game by the end of the night. The teams have three games in NY this weekend.

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Chris Capuano: 2/3 IP, 5 R, 5 BB 1st starter with 5 R allowed, 5 walks while lasting less than an inning since Jaret Wright (2004 Braves)

Rangers chase Capuano in the 1st inning

Yankees starter Chris Capuano walked 5 batters in the opening inning and gave up 3 hits to spot the Rangers 4 runs --all with 2 outs -- and put an end to his outing. Capuano had issued just 10 walks all season before tonight. Follow live

Marlins grab lead on Nationals

Miami sent 8 batters to the plate in the 6th, scratching out 2 runs to take a 3-1 lead on Washington. Martin Prado and J.T. Realmuto provided the RBIs in the inning. Follow live

Syndergaard's perfect game bid ends in 7th

Will Venable and Yangervis Solarte hit back-to-back singles to open the 7th for the Padres' first hits of the game. However, Noah Syndergaard escaped the jam by getting Matt Kemp to pop out and Justin Upton to ground into a double play. The Mets still lead 2-0. Follow live

Eddie Matz @ESPNeddiematz

After giving up a bomb and three singles in the first, Ubaldo hasn't allowed a hit since. O's 5, Braves 2, heading to B-5.

Dallas Beeler's day done in the 2nd inning

The Cubs starter didn't last long against the Rockies, getting pulled after just 1 1/3 innings after allowing a career-high tying 4 earned runs -- all in the 1st inning. Travis Wood takes over on the mound for Chicago. Follow live

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Julio Teheran tagged on the road

The Braves starter has surrendered two homers to Chris Davis tonight at Camden Yards, pushing him to a league-leading 15 HRs allowed on the road. The O's hold a 5-2 lead in the fifth. Follow live

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Angels acquire OFs Murphy, DeJesus

Los Angeles bolstered its outfield by getting David Murphy from the Indians for Double-AA Eric Stamets, and David DeJesus from the Rays for minor league RHP Eduar Lopez.

Even athletes get hungry at red lights

A's closer Sean Doolittle's car has a feature that you don't always see in showroom vehicles ... a secret burrito compartment. It is as awesome as you expect.

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Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Meanwhile, Noah Syndergaard is at 81 pitches thru 6 IP. They're not letting him throw as many as Johan did.

Melky a machine

Melky Cabrera is 3-for-3 tonight to give him 14 hits in his past six games. Earlier, he extended his multi-hit streak to a career-high six games. The White Sox lead the Red Sox 5-2 in the fifth. Follow live

ICYMI: Victorino cries after leaving Boston

Shane Victorino got emotional when talking about his trade from the Red Sox to the Angels. He's batting 8th and playing left in his first game with the Angels tonight as they face the Astros.

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Law: Nats get minor boost with Papelbon

Keith Law: “He's a modest upgrade to the Nats' late-game relief corps, not specifically over Drew Storen but over whatever right-handed reliever gets bounced from the roster.” Trade analysis (Insider)

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