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Dodgers regain lead on a pair of doubles

Yasiel Puig just missed his fourth homer, hitting a leadoff double off the wall, and Andre Ethier brought him home in the next at-bat with a double to left-center field. Dodgers lead 3-2 in the second. Follow live

No All-Star Game for A-Rod

Seattle's Nelson Cruz, who was voted in by the fans, and Texas' Prince Fielder are the two AL All-Star designated hitters. Both have a higher batting average and more RBIs than Alex Rodriguez.

Mets-Giants scoreless through 3

Mets LHP Jonathon Niese and Giants RHP Chris Heston are both rolling in San Francisco as each team has just 1 hit. The Giants are looking to avoid their seventh straight loss. Follow live

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Astros rough up Carrasco, Indians

The Astros posted a four-run first and rolled to a 9-4 win over the Indians in their opener. Carlos Carrasco followed up his near no-hitter by surrendering five runs over four innings.

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Span, Escobar exit in Nats' 3-2 loss

CF Denard Span left in the second inning with a back spasm and 3B Yunel Escobar exited in the fifth inning with left hamstring tightness. Both will be re-evaluated tomorrow.

Phillies knot score at Dodger Stadium

The Phillies answered the Dodgers' two-run first with a two-run shot in the second from Freddy Galvis, who has three HRs on the season. Follow live

Tigers strike first in Seattle

Tigers 3B Nick Castellanos hit his 5th HR of the year to left off Hisashi Iwakuma to put the Tigers up 1-0 in the 2nd. Follow live

Reds snap 3-game slide in opener

Eugenio Suarez's go-ahead solo shot in the eighth stood as the difference in the Reds' 3-2 win over the Nationals in D.C. Suarez finished 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs. Box score

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Pedro Alvarez delivers walk-off single

A.J. Burnett limited the Padres to one run over 7 2/3 innings, and the Pirates' bats did the rest, coming through with a walk-off hit in the ninth to win their third straight, 2-1, in the series opener. Box score

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Cardinals-Cubs in rain delay

Rain finally delayed this game at Wrigley Field with St. Louis leading 2-0 in the middle of the 8th. Chicago LHP Jon Lester took a no-hit bid into the 7th, but the Cards' offense finally got to him. If the game is called, John Lackey would get the win.

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Sale goes distance to quiet Blue Jays

All-Star Chris Sale struck out 6, ending his run of 8 straight games with at least 10 K's, but allowed just 2 runs over 9 innings. The White Sox gave him the necessary run support with 3 unearned runs off Mark Buehrle in the 8th, capped by a 2-run double from Melky Cabrera.

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Watch: Quick turn of events in Chicago

Jon Lester went into the 7th with a no-hitter, and now he's down 2-0 thanks to a Yadier Molina RBI sac fly and a Kolten Wong RBI single as the rain still falls at Wrigley. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

#VoteAltuve @astros

A sac fly cuts the #Astros' lead to 9-4 game but Neshek gets a ground ball to retire the side. We head to the 8th inning in Cleveland.

Watch: Jon Lester gives up hit in 7th

The Cardinals got their first hit from All-Star Jhonny Peralta's solid one-hopper to fellow All-Star Kris Bryant, who couldn't handle it. It's 0-0 in the 7th, but the Cardinals are threatening. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

Jayson Stark @jaysonst

Ned Yost only had option to add 2 position players, plus Teixeira as replacement for Miggy. Took Martin as 3rd C & Holt as only #Redsox rep