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Yanks creep ahead of Mariners

Mark Teixeira sent a laser to left field for a double, bringing home Brett Gardner to give the Yankees a 1-0 lead in the 3rd. It was Tex's 42nd hit on the season, putting him on pace for his first 100+ hit season since 2012. Follow live

Byrd clipped by pitch, suffers fracture

Cincinnati OF Marlon Byrd fractured his right wrist when he was hit by a pitch in the Reds' 5-4 loss to the Phillies on Tuesday night. "It's a wrist fracture but right now we don't know to what degree," Reds manager Bryan Price said. Story

Wright optimistic about return

Mets 3B David Wright spoke to the media about how his rehabilitation is going after being diagnosed with spinal stenosis -- and he has some advice. If your doctor says not to look up your condition online because it's scary, listen!

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Rockies regain lead on Tulo's 2-run shot

As soon as the Dodgers scored their first run since the third inning to even the score in the seventh, SS Troy Tulowitzki homered to center to put the Rockies back on top, 7-5, in the bottom of the inning. Follow live

Indians snap tie in the 8th

Michael Brantley dropped a single into center in the top of the 8th, bringing Jason Kipnis home to break a stalemate and give the Indians a 1-run lead with 9 outs to play. Follow live

Gallo goes off in MLB debut

Joey Gallo finished a triple shy of the cycle in his MLB debut, going 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs and a HR in the Rangers' fourth straight victory -- a 15-2 win over the White Sox. Box score

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Final: Astros 6, Orioles 4

The team that ruled the 3rd ruled the day. Houston tallied 5 runs in that single inning, including an Evan Gattis HR, and the Orioles struggled to get on base after their own 4-run 2nd. Houston moves to an AL-best 33-20 on the year. Box score

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Gallo goes boom in second career at-bat

Joey Gallo recorded 4 RBIs -- the most ever by a Ranger in their major league debut -- and his second hit of the game helped lift him to the franchise record.

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Final: Blue Jays 7, Nationals 3

Kevin Pillar went 3-for-4 with two home runs to power Toronto past the Nats. Pillar became just the fifth player since 2010 to tag Max Scherzer with multiple long balls in the same game. Box score

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Final: Cardinals 1, Brewers 0

Cardinals SP Lance Lynn (4-4) fanned five in 7 2/3 scoreless innings, Mark Reynolds singled in the game's lone run and St. Louis evened the series against Milwaukee. Box score

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Dodgers even score at Coors

CF Joc Pederson tripled to deep right center to pull the Dodgers level with the Rockies in the 7th inning. Pederson, who hit a solo shot in the third, is 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs tonight. Follow live

#VoteDbacks @Dbacks

Incredible diving catch from Ender Inciarte, and he'll remain in the game after colliding with the wall.

Posey poses problem for Pirates

A Buster Posey double to deep right scored Joe Panik and Hunter Pence to give the Giants a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st. Pittsburgh SP A.J. Burnett had a 1.81 ERA coming into the night. Follow live