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Dick Vitale @DickieV

Had a chance after Yankee game to shoot the breeze with @AROD & he seems very content with how things r going on in his life .

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Curtis Granderson reacts after delivering his first walk-off homer since 2005. The solo shot salvaged a victory for the Mets after closer Jeurys Familia allowed four runs in the top of the ninth.

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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Cameron Maybin's fourth-inning RBI double extended his hitting streak to ten games. Tigers CF has made huge impact since his return from DL. Entered tonight's game hitting .545

ESPN @espn

The Cavs are rolling and these Indians fans created a masterpiece. What a night to be alive in Cleveland, Ohio. es.pn/1P5kpQQ

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals badly needed some semblance of order in their starting rotation and Mike Leake and Jaime Garcia gave it to them on back to back nights in Washington. Garcia talks about the adjustment he made from his previous start, one of the worst of his career and the lack of intent when he threw two pitches up around the heads of Washington batters, causing umpire Alan Porter to warn the benches:

Bogaerts pushes hit streak to 20 games

Jackie Bradley Jr.'s hit streak might have come to an end at 29 games, but teammate Xander Bogaerts continues his run making it 20 straight games with a single in the fourth inning.

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Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Max Scherzer allowed a grand slam to Stephen Piscotty, just the second salami he's given up in his career, and the first since 2010. He also walked four, tied for his most since coming to DC last season. Add it all up, and the #Nats fell 6-2 to St. Louis. If the #Mets hold on against the Dodgers, there'll be a tie atop the NL East.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

During Dodgers BP at Citi Field, Melo made sure to take a picture of his son with Yasiel Puig!

MLB ? @mlb

High fives for a high drive. #PapaSlam

Wallace Matthews ESPN Staff Writer 

In his second game back in the Yankees lineup after missing 21 games with a hamstring strain, Alex Rodriguez took Chris Archer over the centerfield fence with a man on to give the Yankees a 3-0 lead over the Tampa Bay Rays. It was A-Rod's 6th HR of the season and career bomb No. 693.