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Rangers at Astros, 8:10 p.m. ET

The Astros are the biggest story in baseball, winners of 10 straight which is one win shy of tying the Mets for the longest streak this season. Houston is 5-0 in Dallas Keuchel’s starts this year. Follow live

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A Cardinals win tonight would give them their best start through 25 games since 1899! (via ELIAS) Cubs-Cardinals at 8 ET on ESPN

Why hasn't Kris Bryant homered yet?

The Cubs phenom led the minors with 43 HR last season. He led all of MLB with 9 spring training HR. But in the majors this year, he has 0 HR and missed on 35% of his swings on pitches inside the strike zone -- second highest in the league. Watch Cubs-Cardinals on WatchESPN

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Hanley has had surgery on left shoulder twice before, in 2007 and '11 Looked like hurt same shoulder tonight

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Maddon, half-joking about leading the NL in K's: "The positives about striking out is you don't hit into as many double plays."

Counsell's debut starts off rocky

Craig Counsell's 1st game as Brewers manager started off poorly as Joc Pederson hit a leadoff home run for the Dodgers. What's worse? Los Angeles has Clayton Kershaw on the mound, making Counsell the 1st manager in history to have his debut come against a defending Cy Young and MVP winner. Follow live

How good are the Mets this year?

Dallas Braden: “I think you have to look at this team and say ‘Wow, what a heck of a ride they went on early on.’ I don’t think they are as bad of a team as we’re seeing, but they’re definitely coming back down to earth in that range we think they’re going to play.”


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Hanley Ramirez leaves game with apparent injury. Ramirez has 2x the amount of homers as any other member of the Red Sox this season (10)

Rodriguez still tied with Mays

A-Rod's pursuit of his 661st career HR continues tonight against the Blue Jays. He's the DH and slotted to hit No. 3 for the Yankees. He's hit 1 HR in 24 career AB vs. R.A. Dickey.