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Bryce Harper: I worked for my body

The Nats OF in the latest Body Issue: "I worked hard this offseason to get my body where I needed to get it. I was able to work every single muscle in my body head to toe." See more

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Jose Fernandez gets W, HR in return

The Marlins RHP gave up 3 runs on 7 hits through 6 innings in his return from Tommy John surgery, adding a HR for some flair. The Giants' Matt Cain, also making his season debut, gave up 5 runs through 5 and took the loss. Box score

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Aaron Harang placed on disabled list

The Phillies RHP has been placed on the 15-day DL with plantar fasciitis in his left foot. Harang lost his eighth straight start Wednesday, becoming the first Phillies pitcher since Jim Nash (1972) to lose eight in a row.

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Jonathan Herrera (CHC): 1st HR since July 7, 2013. The Cubs have scored more than 2 runs in a game for the 1st time in their last 9 games.

George Springer headed to the DL

The Astros OF has been placed on the 15-day DL with a broken right wrist after being hit with a 95 mph fastball Wednesday. He's hitting .264 with 13 HRs and 29 RBIs on the season.

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Bullpen catcher noms 18 cheesesteaks

Brewers bullpen catcher Marcus Hanel set a Citizens Bank Park record Wednesday by eating 18 cheesesteaks over a 3-game period. He can further add to his "accomplishment" -- he needs to devour just one more to set the 4-game record. We'll just let you digest that.

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Jose Fernandez calls it a day

And quite a day it was. In his first start since Tommy John surgery, the Marlins RHP gave up 3 runs through 6 innings to exit with a 5-3 lead over the Giants. Bonus: Fernandez hit his second career HR, too. Follow live

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Matt Cain exits game trailing

In his first start of the season, the Giants RHP gave up 5 ER -- including 2 HRs -- through 5 innings vs. Jose Fernandez and the Marlins. Miami leads 5-3 after 6. Follow live

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OTD: Spahn, Marichal go 16 innings

On this date in 1963, the Braves' Warren Spahn and the Giants' Juan Marichal had a pitching duel for the ages, each going the distance in a 16-inning game. It was Spahn who eventually faltered, but cut him some slack -- it was none other than Willie Mays with the walk-off home run to win, 1-0.

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ESPN on Snapchat Discover live

Jose Canseco is not exactly known for “using his head” over the years. But on his birthday, we thought it would make a great gift to re-live a hilarious moment from his one-of-a-kind career. Check out Thursday’s edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover to see what we mean.

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San Francisco Giants @SFGiants

Justin Bour has homered every game this series. After his 3-run upper deck shot, Marlins lead 5-3 as we head to the 6th.