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Gyorko earns title, 'Mr. Doubleheader'

For the second time in a week, Jedd Gyorko played both ends of a doubleheader and went deep in each game, crushing five home runs in the four games.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Dilson Herrera was in Las Vegas' original lineup on Tuesday night at Fresno and was scratched. So it would seem that if Jose Reyes requires a DL stint for an intercostal strain suffered in Game 1 of Tuesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals, Herrera is the likely call-up.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

What a win for the Blue Jays as they score three runs in the bottom of the 12th. Pinch-hitter Darwin Barney had a big double in the rally and Jose Bautista a bases-loaded walk to force in one run. The winning then scored on a wild pitch. Crazy night at Rogers Centre.

Ortiz crushes 25th homer of the season

David Ortiz continues his final season in fine fashion with a three-run home run over the wall in right field at Fenway Park to increase his season HR tally to 25.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Padres have homered in 24 games in a row, just three short of tying the 27 games of the 2002 Rangers. And now Matt Kemp's 12th-inning homer has given them a 6-4 lead over Toronto. Since 2009, only Nelson Cruz and Brian McCann have more extra-inning home runs than Kemp's seven.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs manager Joe Maddon talks about his offense's struggles the last couple of days with White Sox pitching.

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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Tigers closer Francisco Rodriguez, who earned a four-out save last night, just earned his 29th save of the season as Tigers win 9-8, ending a roller-coaster of a game against Red Sox. Both Bruce Rondon and Shane Greene helped preserve the lead in the seventh and eight innings, respectively. Tigers take first two games of the series.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant discuss getting shut down by James Shields on Tuesday night in his team's 3-0 loss to the White Sox.

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Ichiro smacks hit No. 2,997

On the road to 3,000, Ichiro Suzuki records his 2,997th career hit with a single to left field on Tuesday.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers starter Bud Norris gave his team a scoreless first inning against the Rays. When last seen, Norris was pitching late into the night Friday, picking up some relief innings in the Dodgers' eventual 16-inning defeat at St. Louis.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Another fun Ichiro fact: He's 21st on the all-time steals list since 1900 after swiping his 507th career base. His success rate of 81 percent ranks sixth among players with at least 400 career steals (for whom we have complete caught stealing data). Quick and efficient.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Orioles ace Chris Tillman tied a season-high by allowing six runs as Baltimore lost to Colorado 6-3 to snap a five-game winning streak. In each of his previous four starts, Tillman - who came in with a 14-2 record, a 3.18 ERA, and legit Cy Young buzz - had gone at least seven innings and allowed no more than one earned run.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs' Kris Bryant struck out in the eighth against James Shields, leaving him 1 for 10 with seven strikeouts in three games against Shields, according to ESPN Stats & Info. Six of the seven Ks have come against changeups. He entered the game with a .065 average against change-ups, worst qualifying average in the majors.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals pulled their top pitching prospect, Alex Reyes, after three innings for Triple-A Memphis Tuesday. Such moves can raise eyebrows this time of year, but general manager John Mozeliak said the move was done as insurance if the Cardinals need a starter for Saturday's game in Miami. They plan on using lefty Tyler Lyons in that game, but might need to use Lyons in relief in the intervening days, in which case Reyes would make his major league debut vs. the Marlins.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Mariners fighting to stay in the playoff race and Wilhelmsen has come into the game and punched out McCutchen, Marte w/ runners on.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Ichiro records career hit No. 2,997 leading off the eighth inning for the Marlins. Ichiro's run to 3,000 has been remarkable, given he was 27 when he got his first MLB hit. The player who holds the oldest debut age to get to 3,000 hits is Wade Boggs, who hadn't even turned 24.