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Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Opp. against Kershaw after he gets ahead in count 0-1 this season:.113 average, 1 extra-base hit (Bumgarner HR) in 151 ABs, 2 walks, 65 Ks

Werth blows open game against Cardinals

Jayson Werth hit a pinch-hit grand slam to center field in the seventh inning, giving the Nationals a big lead over St. Louis. Washington went on to win 10-2.

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Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

ICYMI, from this AM, this week's power rankings: 1. Cubs 2. Giants 3. Red Sox 4. PIT 5. SEA 6. NYM 7. WAS 8. CLE 9. TEX 10. KC Fire away.

Bogaerts extends hit streak to 22 games

Red Sox fans had to wait six innings to see if Xander Bogaerts would extend his hitting streak to 22 games. He came through with a single to left. Watch out Teddy Ballgame.

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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Oakland A's take the series with a 4-2 win against the Tigers today. Pelfrey falls to 0-5, though the club's sixth-inning demise definitely not all on his shoulders. Ian Kinsler error and Cameron Maybin miscue on Butler's ball to CF supremely costly as well.

Joey Bats destroys David Price's pitch

Jose Bautista takes this David Price pitch and launches it way out, with the foul pole the only thing keeping it from going into orbit.

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Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Tigers pitcher Mike Pelfrey's day ends with bases loaded and two outs in the sixth inning. Pelfrey, encountering some difficulty in the third time through the A's order, gave up two hits and two walks, but second baseman Ian Kinsler's untimely error also extended the inning, allowed A's to score. 2-1

Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Two straight 1-2-3 innings for pitcher Mike Pelfrey, who is still looking for his first win as a Detroit Tiger. Pelfrey has retired last seven batters straight. Now through five scoreless innings. A much smoother outing so far compared to what we've seen in previous starts.

ESPN FC @ESPNFC

Half-time at Yankee Stadium, where New York City FC lead Orlando City SC 1-0 thanks to a 42nd-minute opener from Frederic Brillant.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Terry Collins expects that newly acquired first baseman James Loney will be activated Tuesday, when the Mets face their next right-handed starting pitcher (Mat Latos). Loney was acquired from the Padres on Saturday for cash.