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Rizzo hands out orange slices

Cubs first baseman/healthy snack distributor Anthony Rizzo takes the time to distribute orange slices to teammates in the dugout.

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Final: Mets 9, Phillies 4

Ruben Tejada smacked an inside-the-park home run, Michael Conforto and Yoenis Cespedes hit traditional homers, and the Mets won for the 10th time in 13 games. Box score

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Tonight's Citi Field attendance: 32,464, including Ed Shearen and Chris Mullin (assuming they paid). The Mets and Phillies thank you.

Nolan Arenado makes it three straight

With his 1st-inning solo shot, Arenado has now homered in three games in a row which ties the longest streak of his career. The home run also pushed the Rockies' 3B to 100 RBIs for the season. Follow live

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Nolan Arenado has homered in 3 straight games, tying the longest streak of his career (a mark he set in late May/early June of this year)

Ventura dealing in Kansas City

Coming off an 11-strikeout game, Yordano Ventura has seven K's through four innings with just two hits allowed against Detroit. And he won't have to face Miguel Cabrera for the rest of the night after the Tigers' slugger got tossed. Kansas City leads 4-0 in the 4th. Follow live

Katie Strang @KatieStrangESPN

Miguel Cabrera was clearly displeased w/ called strike. Argued w/home plate umpire, who did not toss him. Ended up being 3rd base crew chief

Katie Strang @KatieStrangESPN

Miguel Cabrera has been ejected from the game. Going to argue with third base umpire now. Brad Ausmus there to accompany him

Werth evens things up with solo homer

Nats right fielder Jayson Werth went yard in the third inning to tie the game against the Cardinals at 1-1. They are still even in the 3rd on ESPN/WatchESPN.

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Moss hammers a home run

Brandon Moss smacks a long solo shot off Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer during the bottom of the second inning. Nats and Cardinals are tied at 1 in the third on ESPN/WatchESPN.

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Davis crushes 2-run HR to knot score at 4

After the Rays' four-run third, the O's matched them in the same frame behind Chris Davis' 89th homer at Camden Yards and 151st as an Oriole. Davis has 37 HRs this season. Follow live

Young fan dives into ice cream cone

The Royals lost to the Tigers on Tuesday but this young Royals fan at least got to enjoy this enormous ice cream cone during the game.

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Moss' monster HR puts Cards on top

Brandon Moss blasted his 19th homer this season in the second inning off Nationals starter Max Scherzer, who gave up his 11th HR in the second half, in his 9th start. He gave up 10 in the first half, in 18 starts. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN