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Peralta, Cardinals walk off in 10th

Jhonny Peralta homered to left for his 4th career walk-off HR to give St. Louis a 3-2 win over the Diamondbacks. The Cardinals improved to 16-5 at home with the win. Box score

Pirates grab 3-1 lead on Cervelli smash

Marlins SP David Phelps gave up his first home run this season on a three-run shot to Pirates C Francisco Cervelli in the second inning, surrendering Miami's 1-0 lead. Follow live

Oakland's Hahn tosses 4-hit shutout

Jesse Hahn struck out 5 and issued 1 walk in his first career complete game to lead the Athletics to a 4-0 win over the Tigers. Oakland tallied all of its runs in the 6th inning. Box score


Blue Jays jump on Noesi early

Toronto has a 4-0 lead in the first inning against Hector Noesi and the White Sox after Chris Colabello plated two runs with a single and Justin Smoak hit a two-run shot in the next at-bat. Follow live

D-backs, Cardinals headed to extras

Reliever J.C. Ramirez came in with no outs and runners on first and second in a tie game in the bottom of the 9th. No problem, as Ramirez struck out the side to extend the game. Follow live

M's make Odorizzi work to start series

Rays starter Jake Odorizzi needed 23 pitches to get the first out, but not before Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz hit RBI singles to give the Mariners a 2-0 lead in the first inning.

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On this date in 1935, Babe Ruth: 4-for-4, 3 HR for Boston Braves, including his 714th HR. It was his 14th/final 4-for-4 or 5-for-5 game

Cleveland errors lead to Rangers runs

Cleveland claimed a 1-run lead in the bottom of the 6th, but throwing errors by Marc Rzepczynski and Zach McAllister helped extend a Texas rally, and the Rangers put 2 runs on the board before the stretch to claim a 9-8 lead. Follow live

Giants rally, Brewers drop 3rd straight

Khris Davis hit a pair of home runs -- including one that he was originally called out on for missing home plate -- and Ryan Braun smashed a 465-foot homer, but it was the Giants who got the last laugh with a 7-run 6th inning.


The wrong side of the bed takes out Hardy

Orioles SS J.J. Hardy left Monday's victory over the Astros with back soreness that followed him from Baltimore's series with the Marlins. "I think [it was] from the bed in Miami, so I think I was protecting a little bit and I think [manager] Buck [Showalter] saw it and I think he just wanted to get me out of there," Hardy said.

Athletics storm to lead in 6th inning

Max Muncy hammered a double into the gap in right-center field to score Josh Reddick during Oakland's 4-run 6th. The A's are up 4-0 on ESPN.