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Red Sox with a huge first frame so far

After 3 straight Boston singles, David Ortiz hit a 3-run shot to left and Hanley Ramirez followed it up with another HR to put the Red Sox up 5-0 over the Blue Jays before Toronto could even bat. There are 0 outs. Follow live

Thursday night: To the Max

Max Scherzer pitches tonight vs. Atlanta. Washington's ace is 3-0 with a 0.69 ERA in his last three starts. He's thrown 33 strikeouts compared to just one walk.

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Hosmer back in Royals lineup

First baseman Eric Hosmer is back in the starting lineup after missing three games due to a sprained finger. Kansas City faces Kyle Gibson and the Twins tonight. Follow live

Braun stays hot

Ryan Braun extended his hit streak to 7 games with an RBI single in first inning vs. the Phillies. He is 13-23 with 8 RBI in his last seven games. The Brewers lead Philadelphia 2-0 in the early going. Follow live

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Max Scherzer named NL Pitcher of the Month for June Last 3 starts 26 innings pitched 6 hits allowed 33 strikeouts 1 walk 0.69 ERA

JOse Fernandez and his biggest fans

The Marlins RHP got the win and hit a homer in his debut this season, a 5-4 win over the Giants, and his family witnessed it all.

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Jon Jay (wrist) to 15-day DL

The Cardinals outfielder, who is coming off offseason wrist surgery, has been added to the disabled list due to a left wrist stress reaction and bone bruise. Jay hit .223 in 57 games and was on the DL in May with wrist issues.

Cardinals fire scouting director

The Cardinals let go Chris Correa after an "imposed leave of absence," a lawyer for Cardinals executives said today. The lawyer for chairman Bill DeWitt Jr. and GM John Mozeliak declined to comment on the reasons for his separation. Correa had been one focus of the Astros hacking case, according to sources. (via St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

OTD: Spahn, Marichal go 16 innings

On this date in 1963, the Braves' Warren Spahn and the Giants' Juan Marichal had a pitching duel for the ages, each going the distance in a 16-inning game. It was Spahn who eventually faltered, but cut him some slack -- it was none other than Willie Mays with the walk-off home run to win, 1-0.

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