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Can Mets make postseason run?

Rick Sutcliffe thinks so: "I think they have exactly what it takes to win it all." First, though, New York has to get past Washington. The Mets trail 1-0 in the 3rd inning on ESPN.

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Yost: Umps did 'a phenomenal job'

After the testy Blue Jays-Royals game, KC manager Ned Yost said: "I thought [umpire] Jim Wolf did a tremendous job understanding the game, understanding what's intentional."

Tensions very high in Blue Jays win

The victory was overshadowed by manager John Gibbons' ejection, the benches clearing and lots of chin music for slugger Josh Donaldson

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Canha gets hero's welcome for win

Mark Canha's reward for his game-winning RBI double in the 10th inning? A pie to the face, a Gatorade shower, and then another pie for good measure.

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Rendon 'double' turns to homer on review

Anthony Rendon gave the Nats a 1-0 lead in the first inning on a solo blast after it was initially ruled a double. It's Rendon's first homer since Sept. 26, 2014. Follow live

Dre's day in L.A.

Andre Ethier hit two home runs, the second of which gave the Dodgers an extra-innings win over the Angels, who've now lost six straight.

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Ramirez (knee) should play Tuesday

Red Sox LF Hanley Ramirez tweaked his knee on a single in the eighth inning and left the game, but Boston manager John Farrell said he should be in the lineup when the team resumes play against the Yankees.

ESPN Stats & Info @ESPNStatsInfo

Pitching tonight 8 ET, ESPN Jordan Zimmermann: 4-0, 2.35 ERA, last 6 starts vs Mets Noah Syndergaard: 5-1, 1.46 ERA in 7 home starts

Watch: NL East showdown on ESPN

One game separates the first-place Nationals and second-place Mets as Jordan Zimmermann and Noah Syndergaard face off in New York, where the Mets are looking for the sweep. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Correa makes the difficult look easy

In one fluid motion, Astros SS Carlos Correa picked up a grounder, spun and fired to first for the out.

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Kris Bryant: 'It was just a hard play'

The Cubs 3B slid headfirst into second in the win and was taken out of the game. Said Bryant: "I was going as hard as I can. Hustled, hustled, hustled in there, but I'm feeling better and we'll see what it feels like tomorrow."

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Kris Bryant leaves early in Cubs' win

The Cubs survived a late rally in Milwaukee to win their fifth straight and take the four-game series, but it may have come at a cost: Bryant left the game in the fifth after sliding headfirst into second. He will be re-evaluated Monday in Pittsburgh.

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Andre Ethier plays hero in Dodgers' win

The Dodgers LF homered in the 8th to put his team up 3-2, and he homered again in the 10th to seal the 5-3 win, the Dodgers' fourth straight. Ethier's 7th career walk-off home run also handed the Angels their sixth straight loss. Box score

A's walk off in 10th

A's rookie Mark Canha hit a double off the wall in left field to score Sam Fuld, giving the A's the 2-1 win off Canha's first career walk-off hit. The A's and Indians split the four-game series in Oakland. Box score

Angels, Dodgers head to the 10th

After Angels C Chris Iannetta tied it up in the top of the 9th with an RBI double, the Dodgers failed to score in the bottom of the inning, pushing this 3-3 game to extras. Follow live

Angels tie it after being down to last out

Angels catcher Chris Iannetta doubled to deep center with two outs in the top of the 9th to tie it 3-3 vs. the Dodgers, who have the bottom of the inning to score and avoid extras. Follow live

Free baseball in Oakland

Indians 1B Jerry Sands' sac fly in the first and A's CF Billy Burns' RBI single in the 5th were the only runs scored as we head to the 10th tied 1-1. Follow live