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Best Undefeated Start to a Season Cubs History 1886 Jim McCormick 15-0 2016 Jake Arrieta 9-0 1967 Ken Holtzman 9-0

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Jackie Bradley Jr. (BOS): extends hitting streak to 29 games. Xander Bogaerts (BOS): extends hitting streak to 18 games.

A-Rod upstaged by minor league bat dogs

Alex Rodriguez may have homered during his short stint this week with the Trenton Thunder, but the real stars were the Double-A team's bat dogs. Derby steals show

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Giants: 9-0 vs Padres this season...Giants: 5th walk-off win this season (most in MLB)..Yankees loss snaps season-high 6-game winning streak

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OBP Leaders Ben Zobrist Cubs .453 Odubel Herrera Phillies .440 Dexter Fowler Cubs .436 Bryce Harper Nats .430

Golic calls Harvey 'selfish' for media snub

Mike Golic is critical of Mets pitcher Matt Harvey for blowing off the media and having his teammates answer questions on his behalf.


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Phillies have jumped out to a surprising 26-21 start -- despite the fact that they've actually been outscored by 31 runs.

Toddler just wants a snack, not a souvenir

This young Rangers fan was clearly hungry.


Jackie Bradley Jr. extends hit streak to 29

The Red Sox CF slapped a single to left field in the fourth inning against the Rockies to extend his hit streak.


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.


Rangers rookie mashes monster homer

Texas' 15-9 win featured a mammoth, 453-foot blast by RF Nomar Mazara. It was the longest home run hit by a Rangers player this season.


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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Have a night, Adam Lind. The Mariners first baseman has been struggling all season but just hit his second home run of the game and fifth of 2016, a long three-run blast to right field. Tough first major league start for Zach Neal as the Mariners plated six runs in the third.