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Bogaerts picking up the pace

Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant aren't the only young phenoms playing on Memorial Day. 22-year-old Xander Bogaerts is starting to heat up for the Red Sox. He's currently riding a 7-game hit streak and has reached base safely in 11 of his last 12 games. Follow live

Watch: Gardner joins Yankees HR parade

Brett Gardner's first-inning HR is one of four for the Yankees in the first two innings against Kansas City today. Jeremy Guthrie gave up a career high 11 ER, more than any starter in a MLB game this season.

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Yanks know how to start a party

After taking an 8-0 lead in the 1st inning against the Royals today, the Yankees lead the majors with 48 1st-inning runs this season. This is the first time they've scored 8 in a 1st inning since July 30, 2011 (12 vs Orioles). Live on ESPN & WatchESPN

Royals, Yankees on different paths

Reigning AL-pennant winner Kansas City sits atop ESPN's MLB Power Rankings. New York, after missing the playoffs for two straight seasons, has lost 10 of 11. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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May 25, 1935: Ruth hits his final HR

On this date 80 years ago, Babe Ruth went 4-for-4 with 3 HR for the Boston Braves, including the 714th and final home run. Alex Rodriguez is poised to pass Ruth on the all-time RBI list as he enters today's game tied with him at 1,992.

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Mets' Wright seeing back specialist

David Wright, out since April 14 with hamstring and back issues, is heading to California to work with a back specialist. Mets GM Sandy Alderson on the injury: "None of the doctors at this point have given us any indication that this is a long-term problem that can't be managed.''

Hamilton set to make Rangers return

Josh Hamilton is batting fifth and playing left field in today's game vs. Cleveland (4:10 p.m. ET). It's Hamilton's first MLB action since last year and first game with Texas since 2012.

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Why are pitchers doctoring baseballs?

Hall of Famer Phil Niekro: "I think in any sport, probably any business, anybody's going to try to get that little bit of edge to do better than the other guy."

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Rubin: Don't sweat Harvey's 'dead arm'

ESPN reporter Adam Rubin says fans shouldn't overreact to Mets manager Terry Collins's comments on Matt Harvey's recent struggles.

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Tulo, Cargo both out for Rockies

Troy Tulowitzki (rest) was not in the lineup to begin with, but Carlos Gonzalez, originally slated to bat third, was just scratched (illness) for today's game vs. the Reds. Neither of the team's stars are playing very well for a 17-25 Colorado team.

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Bryce Harper asked if he knows which way wind is blowing (it's out). Says he doesn't know and doesn't need wind.