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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

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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.

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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.

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Brewers' Peralta likely out 4-6 weeks

Milwaukee P Wily Peralta is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a strained left oblique. Peralta is 1-5 on the year with a 4.00 ERA.

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Ryan Braun mashes 465-foot home run

Miller Park's second deck could not contain this massive blast by Braun. The 465-foot shot was the longest at the park since 2011.

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St. Louis Cardinals @Cardinals

Matt Holliday extends his streak of reaching base safely to begin the season to 41 games, one behind Pujols (42, 2008) for the club record.

Ramos' homer keeps Nationals rolling

Wilson Ramos cracked a 6th-inning HR to put Washington up 2-1 for good over the Cubs. The Nationals have won 8 of 9.

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Twins get their scoring done early

A six-run 2nd inning was plenty for Minnesota, who beat Boston 7-2 today. Trevor Plouffe (3-run HR) provided the big hit for a 26-18 Twins team.

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Farrell: allow 'approved substances'

“I would like to see an approved substance pitchers can use," Red Sox manager John Farrell said. "I think anytime a game loses players for eight to 10 games ... it makes us as an industry look within. If pitchers are putting themselves at risk and if the belief is a widespread number of pitchers are doing it, why wouldn’t we look to improve the game?" Farrell's plea

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Why are pitchers doctoring baseballs?

Hall of Famer Phil Niekro: "I think in any sport, probably any business, anybody's going to try to get that little bit of edge to do better than the other guy."

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