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Reds move back to .500

Marlon Byrd drove in four runs and Todd Frazier went 2-for-5 with a solo homer to power the Reds to a 9-1 rout of the Pirates. Cincinnati moves to 13-13, while Pittsburgh has dropped four in a row. Box score

Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Bartolo Colon has a 34.1 IP streak without issuing a walk. That's 3rd-longest in #Mets history. Saberhagen 47.2 (1994) & Hillman 38.2 ('93).

Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Mets have won seven straight games vs. Orioles, longest active streak vs. any AL club for the Amazin's.

Colon beats Orioles again

Bartolo Colon (7.2 IP, ER, 9 K) became the first pitcher to beat the same opponent with seven different teams as the Mets held off the Orioles 3-2. New York has been shut out 1-0 in its previous two games.

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Shelby Miller shuts down Phillies

It took the Braves’ starter just 99 pitches to cut down Philadelphia in a 9-0 win. Miller allowed three hits and struck out eight in his third career shutout. Box score

Doug Padilla @ESPNChiSox

The White Sox are still without a HR since 4/22 vs. Cleveland (8 games). Longest HR drought since June 2010.

Betts goes yard again

It's been all Mookie Betts for the Red Sox tonight. Betts broke up Drew Smyly's no-hit bid with a solo homer in the 6th and went deep again in the 8th to give Boston a 2-0 lead. At 22 years and 210 days old, Betts is the youngest Red Sox player with a multi-HR game since Jim Rice in 1975. Follow live