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Yankees have a Red Sox sweep in mind

Boston P Joe Kelly allowed just 1 hit in his last matchup with the Yankees. The Red Sox will need that Kelly again tonight, as the Yankees look to complete their first sweep of at least 3 games in Boston in more than 9 years. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Padres take Rockies out of the park in win

Pinch-hitter Jedd Gyorko was hitting just .145 coming into Sunday, but he drilled a homer 438 feet, and Justin Upton and Derek Norris added HRs of their own to lead the Padres past the Rockies 8-6.

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Gordon Edes @GordonEdes

Sox on first three Sundays they've played: 0-3, 13.32 ERA, That includes 14-4 loss to NYY on ESPN April 12. Rox, Sox only teams winless Sun

Kimbrel closes out the Rockies

Colorado made things interesting in the 9th with a Charlie Blackmon homer, his second of the game, but Craig Kimbrel got his 8th save of the season and 34th in a row in the Padres' 8-6 win. Box score

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Cardinals beat Pirates in extras yet again

Kolten Wong's walk-off home run in the 14th lifted the Cardinals past the Pirates 3-2 for St. Louis' third consecutive win in extra innings. It's the Cards' first such stretch since 2006.

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Astros are hot, but can they keep it up?

Baseball Tonight's Aaron Boone says Houston's 18-7 start isn't sustainable: "I ultimately don't think they get to the postseason this year. But this team is for real ... and they're doing it in so many different ways."

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Arizona Diamondbacks @Dbacks

Andre Ethier leads off with a double of his own. Chip Hale makes a double switch and brings in Enrique Burgos to pitch and Hill to play 3rd.

Gray, Vogt power A's past Rangers

Sonny Gray threw a career-high 119 pitches and struck out 10 Rangers over 6 2/3 innings, and Stephen Vogt hit two homers to stake the Athletics to a 7-1 win. It wasn't all rosy for Gray, who walked a career-high seven batters.

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Final: Cardinals 3, Pirates 2 (14)

St. Louis and Pittsburgh gave the fans plenty of free baseball, but Kolten Wong ended things in the bottom of the 14th with a walk-off home run to complete a 3-game sweep for the Cardinals. The two teams combined to use 14 pitchers. Box score