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Cameraman hit by home run

Rangers C Chris Gimenez crushed a home run to center field -- directly off the cameraman. No worries, he shrugged it off and kept right on filming.

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Final: Rangers 4, Orioles 1

Cole Hamels fanned 10 and allowed two hits over eight innings of work to shut down the Orioles and help the Rangers keep their hold on the AL's second wild-card spot. Box score

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Phillies snap four-game skid

Aaron Nola allowed just two hits over seven innings to improve to 5-1, Cameron Rupp homered and drove in four runs, and the Phillies cruised to a 7-1 win.

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Catwalk leaves Kiermaier hanging

Rays CF Kevin Kiermaier races back to the wall to catch a Kendrys Morales blast, goes to the wall, climbs the wall and the ball goes off a catwalk for a home run.

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Final: Pirates 5, Rockies 3

Pinch hitter Josh Harrison knocked in the go-ahead run in the 8th inning with a single to lift Pittsburgh. Jung Ho Kang drove in the first two runs for the Pirates. Box score

Long ball leads Blue Jays past Tigers

Josh Donaldson and Troy Tulowitzki hit back-to-back homers in the 3rd, Jose Bautista added another in the 5th and the Blue Jays won for the 8th time in 10 games with a 5-3 victory over the Tigers.

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Final: Royals 3, Rays 2

Kendrys Morales launched a 2-run homer off the catwalk in the 3rd inning to power Kansas City to its 6th win in 7 games. Box score

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Dodgers go for 4th straight as Cubs visit

Chicago faces a Cy Young candidate for the 2nd straight game when they meet Clayton Kershaw, who has given up one earned run or fewer in nine of his past 10 starts. Follow live

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Scherzer loses 11th game of season

Max Scherzer gave up four runs over seven innings in Washington's 4-3 loss to Miami.

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Indians rally past Angels in 7th inning

Trevor Bauer struck out seven over eight innings, and Abraham Almonte and Jason Kipnis recorded back-to-back RBIs to power Cleveland to a 3-1 win.

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Jason Castro leaves Astros game early

The Houston catcher appeared to injure his right leg and left the game in the 5th. The Twins lead the Astros 3-0 in the 6th. Follow live

Prado powers Marlins to win over Nats

Martin Prado went 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs and 2 runs (including a home run) as the Marlins squeaked by the Nationals. Box score

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Final: Indians 3, Angels 1

Cleveland tallied three runs off reliever Trevor Gott in the 7th inning to earn a third straight win. Indians starter Trevor Bauer allowed five hits and one run over eight innings. Box score

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A little extra to start Altherr's career

With an 8th-inning triple, Aaron Altherr's first seven major league hits have been extra-base hits. He's the first player since Carlos Gonzalez in 2008 to start a career with that many extra-base hits. (via Elias)

Final: Blue Jays 5, Tigers 3

Josh Donaldson, Troy Tulowitzki and Jose Bautista each hit solo homers to back R.A. Dickey (6.2 IP, 6 H, 3 ER) and give Toronto its 6th win in 7 games. Box score

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Cleveland takes advantage of Angels' pen

L.A. starter Andrew Heaney tossed 6 innings of scoreless ball before making way for Trevor Gott in the 7th. The Indians didn't waste any time taking the lead against the reliever as Abraham Almonte and Jason Kipnis tallied back-to-back RBI hits. Cleveland leads 3-1. Follow live

Mets pounce on Red Sox blunders

Rusney Castillo misplayed a ball in right field, allowing David Wright to come all the way around from first base to double the Mets' lead. Wright would have been out at home, but catcher Blake Swihart dropped the ball on the tag. Follow live

Tigers cut the deficit

The Tigers have cut the deficit against the Blue Jays thanks to a two-run HR from CF Anthony Gose, whose bomb took R.A. Dickey out of the game. Gose is hitting .253 on the season with four HRs. Follow live