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White Sox shut down Orioles

John Danks (7 IP, 5 H, 5 K) and two relievers combined for a 5-hit shutout and Jose Abreu hit a solo homer for the only run the White Sox would need in their 1-0 win over Baltimore. Box score

Correa unties game

After the Red Sox scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 7th to tie the game at 7-7, Astros phenom Carlos Correa smashed his 6th HR of the season over the Green Monster, giving Houston a 1-run lead in the 8th. Follow live

Extra innings at Yankee Stadium

The Yankees had 2 runners on and 1 out in the bottom of the 9th, but were unable to manufacture the winning run and they'll head to the 10th tied 3-3 with the Rays. Mark Teixeira's 3-run homer in the 8th accounts for all of New York's runs. Follow live

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Braves slip past Phillies in opener

Solo home runs from Juan Uribe and Jonny Gomes were enough for Atlanta as it edged Philadelphia 2-1. Box score

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Brewers hit double digits

Milwaukee has put 10 runs on the board tonight in Cincinnati. It's just the 7th time this season the Brewers have scored at least 10 runs, and they're 5-1 in the previous 6 games. They lead 10-0 heading to the bottom of the 8th. Follow live

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Final: Tigers 8, Blue Jays 6

Anibal Sanchez carried a no-hitter into the 8th inning, but he and the Tigers had to withstand a big Blue Jays' rally, eventually salvaging a win to snap their 3-game skid. Box score

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Kershaw looks to end skid vs. Mets

Clayton Kershaw has lost 3 straight starts and is winless in his last 4, despite racking up a 2.70 ERA in that span. He'll look to end the slide against the slumping Mets, who've scored just 17 runs in their last 10 games. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Teixeira HR pulls Yankees even

New York managed just 3 hits in almost 7 innings vs. Rays ace Chris Archer. They pounded reliever Kevin Jepsen for the same amount in just 1/3 inning, punctuated by Mark Teixeira's 3-run, game-tying HR. Follow live

Noah's Arc?

The Mets rookie gets a tough assignment going against Clayton Kershaw tonight (10 ET, ESPN), but Mets fans can draw pride in how well the start of Noah Syndergaard's career stacks up with the three-time Cy Young winner.

Blue Jays' offense has exploded

After failing to register a hit through the first seven-plus innings, Toronto has five of them in the 8th inning. The Blue Jays have cut Detroit's lead from 8-0 to 8-6. And the Jays are still batting. Follow live

Carlos Gomez goes deep for grand slam

The Brewers center fielder got his money's worth, hitting his first homer in 30 days (81 plate appearances) and clearing the bases. Milwaukee has a 9-0 lead over the Reds in the 7th. Follow live

BP for Blake before Dodgers game

How do you get over losing your frontcourt mate to Dallas? If you're Blake Griffin, you take a few swings in the cage at Dodger Stadium before tonight's Mets-Dodgers game (10 ET, ESPN).

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More no-hitter bad luck for Sanchez

For the third time since 2009, Anibal Sanchez took a no-hit bid into the 8th inning. And, for the third time, he wasn't able to complete it. The Tigers still lead the Blue Jays 8-1. Follow live

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Carrera ends Sanchez's no-hit bid

Blue Jays LF Ezequiel Carrera singled with one out in the 8th to spoil Anibal Sanchez's attempt at a 2nd career no-hitter. The Tigers right-hander previously threw a no-no in 2006 with the Marlins. Follow live

Watch: Sanchez chasing 2nd no-hitter

Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez has held Toronto without a hit through 7 innings. He threw a no-no in 2006 while with the Marlins. Bonus coverage on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Anibal Sánchez has a no-hit bid through 7 IP for Tigers. Last no-hitter for Tigers: Justin Verlander ... in fact, he has their last 2