White Sox closing the gap
Eddie Rosario's first career grand slam gave the Twins a 4-1 lead in the 3rd, but the White Sox have been inching closer ever since. Avisail Garcia's sac fly was the latest play to plate a run and Chicago is only down by 1 in the 6th. Follow live
ICYMI: Justin Turner pulls off ninja slide
Turner shouldn't have had a chance of being safe on this steal in Wednesday's game, but he was saved by his unique set of skills.
Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN
That grand slam allowed by Jeff Samardzija was the 9th homer he's surrendered since start of Aug. 4-1, Twins.
White Sox leading Twins
Jeff Samardzija has two walks and 0 K's, but he's also got a 0 where it matters: Earned runs. The White Sox have a 1-0 lead in the third inning over the Twins, who are a game back of the second AL wild card. Follow live
Chicago White Sox @whitesox
It's go time.
Kershaw's most dominant start yet?
Clayton Kershaw induced 35 swings-and-misses, the most by any pitcher in a game in the past 10 seasons. Eleven of his 15 strikeouts were swinging, and his career-high 251 strikeouts on the season are the most by a Dodgers pitcher since Sandy Koufax in 1966.
CC Sabathia @cc_sabathia52
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Brown flips over wall on inside-the-park HR
A for effort, Domonic Brown. But your flip over the fence allowed the Mets' Ruben Tejada score an inside-the-parker.
Man wins car prize, goes home with '98 Civic
That's right: The Charleston River Dogs set a season attendance record of 285K, so they gave Cadet Kyle Busbee a 1998 Honda Civic ... with 285K miles on it. Oh, and Bill Murray was involved.
Dodgers call up baseball's top prospect
Corey Seager, No. 1 on ESPN's Keith Law's prospect list, is being called up by Los Angeles, according to multiple reports. The move could be linked to 3B Justin Turner getting injured Wednesday. Seager, a SS/3B, was hitting .276 at Triple-A.
David Ortiz @davidortiz
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Homer goes way over Pollock's head
Diamondbacks CF A.J. Pollock sets up to catch a fly ball in the outfield, only for it to go way past him for a home run. Hey, at least he tried, right?