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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Rain here in St.Louis which could be tricky in regards to Jake Arrieta starting. They should get the game in though.

Odor fights against his bad reputation

Some opponents think he's immature, disrespectful or worse. But Rangers 2B Rougned Odor, a young player with an old-school style, has his teammates in his corner. 'I'm not a dirty player'

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The Cubs are the first to 30 wins! The last time they were @MLB's first, by date, to 30 victories? 1918, when they did it on the same day as the Red Sox. [Credit: Jasen Vinlove/USA TODAY Sports]

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Video: Joe Maddon on Jake Arrieta. He contemplates what happens if/when Arrieta loses a game.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Video: Joe Maddon dives into why Tommy La Stella is playing instead of Jorge Soler even after Soler had a great night at the plate on Tuesday.

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Manager Terry Collins offers a lengthy explanation about why Matt Harvey will remain in the rotation. Harvey will face the Chicago White Sox on Monday at Citi Field.

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Foul ball finds a deep fryer

If anybody ordered the fried baseball at Minute Maid Park Tuesday, then George Springer had you covered. Take a look

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Dusty Baker on the Matt Harvey situation: "It's his prerogative to do what he wants to do. If he don't wanna talk, he doesn't have to talk. But he's making it harder on himself. New York'll eat you up."

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Nats skipper Dusty Baker said that sitting Bryce Harper against Mets southpaw Steven Matz isn't about the lefty-lefty matchup. "It's more of a mental day off...this is probably the worst period that Bryce has gone through." Over the past month, Harper is hitting .184 with 25 strikeouts in 76 at-bats.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Travis d'Arnaud worked out back in Port St. Lucie on Wednesday morning. He is throwing with no issue and will begin more rigorous baseball activity on Thursday, assistant GM John Ricco said. D'Arnaud is on the DL with a rotator cuff strain. He had been at home in California with his own physical therapist.

Now that's a good pitch

Miguel Cabrera was so impressed with this pitch from Jeremy Hellickson, he gave it the ultimate seal of approval.

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Minor league manager no stranger to meltdowns

And it doesn't matter if it's stealing a base, chucking a rosin bag or disrobing at home plate.

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