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Torii Hunter's shoe-perstitions

"If you look good, you play good. And if you play good, they pay good."

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Drury goes into stands for great grab

Brandon Drury tracked this foul ball all the way over the fence.

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Goeddel climbs the wall to rob home run

Jedd Gyorko looked to have a game-tying homer. Then Tyler Goeddel took it away.

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Holliday caps rally with walk-off single

Matt Holliday brings Aledmys Diaz home to knock off the Phillies 5-4.

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How the cool kids finish off the night.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Cardinals rally for two runs in the bottom of the ninth, handing Jeanmar Gomez his first blown save. The inning included Cardinals pitcher Carlos Martinez pinch-running and getting thrown out after rounding third base too far. The Phillies decided to pitch to Matt Holliday with first base open instead of the slumping Randal Grichuk and Holliday delivered the winning hit.

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Cardinals come back and walk-off in the 9th! Matt Holliday wins it for STL with his 9th walk-off hit in his career and first since 2013.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner is hopeful he can swing a bat on Thursday. On Wednesday, Gardner took a fastball off his right elbow. Even with a pad on the elbow, Gardner needed an X-ray on the elbow. It was negative. Gardner sounded more optimistic that he could be in the lineup sooner that manager Joe Girardi seemed to think.

Stanton smashes 427-foot HR to center

Marlins slugger Giancarlo Stanton crushed his ninth home run of the season to help Miami to a 4-3 win over Arizona.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner had an X-ray on his elbow. Although it was negative, Yankees manager Joe Girardi isn't sure he will be able to use Gardner the next couple of days. Gardner was hit on the elbow by a fastball.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Despite tallying seven hits and four walks, the Orioles got shut out by the Yankees 7-0. The loss, in which Baltimore grounded into three inning-ending double plays and stranded eight runners, drops the Birds into a first-place tie with Boston.

You win some, you lose some

In Nick Ahmed's case, you snag the ball going up the middle, but you lose the sunflower seeds in your pocket.

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Not to burst your bubble, but …

Jays walk off for second straight night

Russell Martin's RBI single in the ninth gave the Blue Jays a 4-3 victory over the Rangers. Justin Smoak was the hero Tuesday night.

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