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Clayton Kershaw & Johnny Cueto are the 1st pitchers to both toss 1-0 shutouts on the same day since Greg Maddux & Kerry Wood in '01. (via Elias Sports Bureau)

Grichuk beats Cubs with walk-off homer

Randal Grichuk broke a 3-3 tie in the bottom of the ninth when he took reliever Adam Warren deep for a walk-off win in St. Louis.


Kershaw throws shutout versus Reds

Clayton Kershaw went the full nine innings, sitting down the last 17 batters in a row, in the Dodgers' 1-0 win over the Reds.


Vogelsong hit in head with pitch

Pirates pitcher Ryan Vogelsong had to be carted off the field after being struck in the head by a pitch from Rockies SP Jordan Lyles.


Pujols ties Palmeiro with 569th home run

Albert Pujols hit a two-run homer in the third inning to tie Rafael Palmeiro for 12th on the all-time list with 569 home runs.


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Video: Joe Maddon is ok with how his team is playing despite a losing record lately. The Cubs lost 4-3 to the Cardinals on Monday after leading 3-1 late in the game.


Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Randal Grichuk talks about his first career walk-off home run, in a pretty big game, too, to keep the Cardinals in the hunt:


Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Video: John Lackey laments one pitch he threw on Monday night. The result was a game tying home run by pinch hitter Matt Adams. The Cubs would go on to lose 4-3 to the Cardinals.


Katie Strang 

Phillies manager Pete Mackanin told reporters he benched Odubel Herrera for not running hard on grounder in 7th inning: "It's more important for me to set that tone than to take our best hitter out of the lineup."

Katie Strang 

Here's what Victor Martinez had to say about anyone that has been doubting Tigers teammate Miguel Cabrera in recent weeks: "You know, I bet you there was a lot of people talking, 'Oh, Miggy's done,' this and that.I really want to hear what they say now. With all due respect to other players around the league, for me he's the best hitter in the game. That just shows you he's human. He's allowed to struggle once in a while!"

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Cubs suddenly don't look so all-time super after the Cardinals tied it in the seventh and won Randal Grichuk's walk-off home run. The Cubs have gone 4-8 in their past 12 games, hitting .222 in that span, and have dropped from a 130-win pace to a mere 109-win pace.

Baseball Tonight @BBTN

BALLGAME! Cardinals walk-off vs the Cubs thanks to a 9th inning HR from Randal Grichuk!