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Yordano Ventura strikes out 11 again

The Royals' right-hander matched a career high by striking out 11 batters for the second consecutive outing. He's also in line for the win with Kansas City leading Detroit 12-1 in the 8th. Follow live

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NL East-leading Mets take down Phillies

Ruben Tejada knocked in four runs -- two of which came on an inside-the-park HR that sent the Phillies' RF tumbling over the wall -- to fuel New York's 9-4 win.

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Fan at Fenway injured reaching for ball

A fan who was taken away on a stretcher at Fenway Park after flipping over backward trying to catch a foul ball is expected to be released from a hospital Wednesday night, according to the Red Sox.

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Late fireworks force extras in Baltimore

Evan Longoria's second homer of the game put the Rays up 6-4 in the ninth, but Jonathan Schoop answered in the bottom of the inning with a two-run homer of his own. The ballgame is tied 6-6 in the 10th at Camden Yards. Follow live

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Donaldson's big night powers Blue Jays

Josh Donaldson's three hits, including an RBI single and an RBI double, sparked the Jays to a 5-1 win over the Indians to take the series

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Brown flips over wall on inside-the-park HR

The Mets' Ruben Tejada slapped a ball down the right-field line, leading Domonic Brown to topple over the fence trying to field it. That allowed Tejada to go around the bases for a homer.

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Zimmerman notches HR No. 200

Ryan Zimmerman hit his second homer of the game to give the Nationals a 3-2 lead and quiet the Cardinals crowd in St. Louis. He has 16 HRs this season and seven in his past nine games. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Cards making contact vs. Scherzer

The Cardinals have put 14 balls in play against Max Scherzer tonight, and nine have resulted in hits. St. Louis' last hit by Thomas Pham tied the score at 2 in the fifth inning. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Man wins car prize, goes home with '98 Civic

That's right: The Charleston River Dogs set a season attendance record of 285K so they gave Cadet Kyle Busbee a 1998 Honda Civic... with 285K miles on it. Oh, and Bill Murray was involved.

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Rizzo hands out orange slices

Cubs first baseman/healthy snack distributor Anthony Rizzo takes the time to distribute orange slices to teammates in the dugout.

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Final: Mets 9, Phillies 4

Ruben Tejada smacked an inside-the-park home run, Michael Conforto and Yoenis Cespedes hit traditional homers, and the Mets won for the 10th time in 13 games. Box score

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Adam Rubin @AdamRubinESPN

Tonight's Citi Field attendance: 32,464, including Ed Shearen and Chris Mullin (assuming they paid). The Mets and Phillies thank you.

Nolan Arenado makes it three straight

With his 1st-inning solo shot, Arenado has now homered in three games in a row which ties the longest streak of his career. The home run also pushed the Rockies' 3B to 100 RBIs for the season. Follow live

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Nolan Arenado has homered in 3 straight games, tying the longest streak of his career (a mark he set in late May/early June of this year)

Ventura dealing in Kansas City

Coming off an 11-strikeout game, Yordano Ventura has seven K's through four innings with just two hits allowed against Detroit. And he won't have to face Miguel Cabrera for the rest of the night after the Tigers' slugger got tossed. Kansas City leads 4-0 in the 4th. Follow live

Katie Strang @KatieStrangESPN

Miguel Cabrera was clearly displeased w/ called strike. Argued w/home plate umpire, who did not toss him. Ended up being 3rd base crew chief

Katie Strang @KatieStrangESPN

Miguel Cabrera has been ejected from the game. Going to argue with third base umpire now. Brad Ausmus there to accompany him