Orioles game postponed by civil unrest
Because of ongoing violent protests in the streets of Baltimore, tonight's Orioles-White Sox game was postponed. Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Tuesday's game could be moved -- possibly to Nationals Park in Washington -- if safety continued to be an issue. Scene
White Sox-Orioles game postponed
ESPNChicago's Doug Padilla from Camden Yards, where tonight's game was postponed due to protests outside the stadium: “Everybody was monitoring it and the whole time … you could see the helicopters floating nearby. You could hear the sirens from police cars.”
Showalter, O's owner to meet in morning
Said Orioles manager Buck Showalter, as told to BBTN: "We'll probably make a decision [on Tuesday's game] in the morning, see how the night goes here in Baltimore before we do anything. ... They're trying to get my input from a baseball standpoint on what might work or not work. Obviously, there are a lot more important issues going on in our city right now."
Yankees roll Rays in Bronx
Brian McCann smacked his second HR this season to break a 1-1 tie in the 6th, and the Yanks wouldn't relinquish their lead in a 4-1 win.
Cubs blank Pirates in Chicago
Jason Hammel (2-1) pitched 8 scoreless innings, and Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo each drove in two runs to lead the Cubs past the Pirates 4-0.
Highlight: Royals top Indians
Alex Gordon's tiebreaking RBI double in the 6th put Kansas City ahead for good in a 6-2 win over Corey Kluber and the struggling Indians.
Bruce leads Reds over Brewers
Jay Bruce homered and drove in three runs, and the Reds held off the Brewers in the 9th inning to take a 9-6 win in Cincy and snap a 3-game skid.
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Final: Braves 8, Nationals 4
Kelly Johnson went 3-for-4 with a 2-run HR and Eric Stults allowed just 2 runs on 4 hits over 6.1 effective innings as Atlanta added to Washington's early-season woes. The Nationals fell to 7-13 overall, the 2nd-worst record in the NL. Box score
Final: Reds 9, Brewers 6
The Brewers threatened to rally in the 9th inning, scoring four runs in the frame, but Reds closer Aroldis Chapman fanned the final two Milwaukee batters to snap Cincinnati's 3-game skid. Box score
Final: Royals 6, Indians 2
Mike Moustakas finished 4-for-5 with an RBI single as the Royals pounded out 13 hits -- 10 off Corey Kluber. Kansas City improved to 13-6, keeping pace with Detroit for the AL's best record. Box score
Final: Yankees 4, Rays 1
Brian McCann's solo shot in the 6th inning broke a 1-1 tie, and the Yankees never looked back and collected a second straight win behind Adam Warren's 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball. Box score
Jeremy Guthrie @TheRealJGuts
There is nothing to joke about w/what is happening in Baltimore.I'm horrified for my friends & all those who call Charm City home.🙏
Red Sox rally for walk-off win
Mookie Betts' walk-off single in the 9th inning completed the Red Sox' comeback in a 6-5 victory over the visiting Blue Jays.
Rockies strike early vs. D-backs
Justin Morneau made Arizona starter Chase Anderson pay for an early hit and walk by launching a 3-run HR to right field in the 1st. The homer staked Colorado to a quick 3-0 lead. Follow live
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With a 10 pm curfew tomorrow, White Sox could start tomorrow's game in BAL sometime before 7 pm, but not before 4 pm, says a source.