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Votto: Contact with ump 'unacceptable'

"I think it was something that just crossed the line. Just because I have a verbal disagreement with someone, doesn't make it OK to have physical contact with someone," Joey Votto said postgame after getting ejected. "In all of this, that's the thing I regret the most, and I'm not happy about it."

Uecker, broadcasters locked in booth

Longtime Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker was locked in the radio booth at Miller Park after the door handle broke. "People who are listening to the ballgame, I know what you're thinking: 'He's ready for the (nursing) home. He's cooked. It's finally happened,'" Uecker joked, before being freed after an employee used a ladder to climb into the booth and removed the door's hinges. Story

White Sox rally past Tigers

Melky Cabrera (1-4, 4 RBI) and the White Sox scored four runs on six straight hits with two outs in the 8th inning to slip past the Tigers 7-6.

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Angels walk off again

Johnny Giavotella’s line drive down the right-field line scored Erick Aybar from first to give the Angels their second straight walk-off win against the Mariners.

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Baseball Tonight @BBTN

Back-to-back walk-offs for the @Angels! This time Johnny Giavotella does the honors with a double to score Erick Aybar. LAA beats SEA, 4-3.

Indians ease past Royals

Seven Indians drove in a run, led by Brandon Moss' 3 RBIs, and Cleveland rolled to a 10-3 win against Kansas City.

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Jesse Rogers @ESPNChiCubs

More Maddon: You cannot permit that to happen. We’re trying to ascend and we’re not going to take that from anybody, anywhere at any time."

Doug Padilla @ESPNChiSox

Tigers' McCann singles to put the tying run on 3B with one out, but then round first too wide and is thrown out. Brutal.

Rosario homers in Twins 13-0 win

Eddie Rosario homered on the first pitch of his major league career to kick off Minnesota's rout of Oakland. Eduardo Escobar knocked in five runs in the Twins' sixth win in seven tries.

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ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Mike Trout's 3rd inning HR was 443 ft, his longest of the season and his MLB-leading 25th HR of 425+ feet since the start of 2013 season.

Cardinals' win streak ends at eight

Anthony Rizzo hit his fifth home run of the season and drove in three runs to help the Cubs snap their four-game skid with a 6-5 win over the Cardinals.

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