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Mariners get an infield hit, a Cano flare, Nick Franklin booting a DP ball and then a Seager grand slam. But some good ABs vs. McGee.

Reds win! Reds win!

The Reds (18-26) ended their 9-game skid and the Rockies' (18-26) three-game win streak on Skip Schumaker's walk-off pinch hit in the 9th inning in Cincinnati. Box score

Astros win No. 30

Houston got 2 RBIs and a double from Luis Valbuena to give them a MLB-leading 30th win of the season and the series win over the O's. Box score

Braves at Dodgers, 10 p.m. on ESPN

Clayton Kershaw enters tonight having allowed at least 3 earned runs in 4 straight starts for the 3rd time in his career. He has never allowed at least 3 earned runs in 5 straight starts. Can the Braves make it a first for the lefty? Watch live

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Young Cubs send Chicago to walk-off win

Kris Bryant rocketed the game-tying homer in the eighth inning, and Addison Russell brought home the win in walk-off fashion with his third hit of the night to take down the Nationals, 3-2. Box score

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Final: Pirates 5, Marlins 1

The Pirates hit Marlins SP Jose Urena for 5 runs on 10 hits, including Neil Walker's two-run HR to left field in the second inning, to skate to a fifth straight win in Pittsburgh. Box score

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Final: Yankees 5, Royals 1

Mark Teixeira hit a two-run homer in the first inning and sparked a three-run fifth with a two-run double to power the Yankees past the Royals for a second straight win in the Bronx. Box score

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Bryant matches Harper with HR blast

The fireworks we expected at Wrigley Field have gone off as scheduled. After Nats RF Bryce Harper launched a solo shot in the 7th inning, Cubs 3B Kris Bryant rocked homer to left field in the 8th to tie the game.

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Bryant, Harper hot after May 9

Since May 9, Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant both have 7 homers, which leads the National League. The Cubs and Nats are tied at 2 in the ninth. Watch live

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Wind helps Harper homer

Bryce Harper's seventh-inning home run at Wrigley Field was calculated at 368 feet. It was aided 11 feet by the wind, and would have only been a homer in 2 of 30 MLB parks without the wind (Minute Maid Park and Fenway Park). Watch live

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