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An early list of potential All-Star snubs

Buster Olney offers up a list of players who should be considered for the AL and NL All-Star teams, but may be left behind because of a ballot crunch. Squeezed out? (Insider)

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Don't you dare run on Bryce Harper

Talking to you, Ryan Braun. Bryce Harper isn't interested in your scoring aspirations.

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Happy birthday to the captain

On Derek Jeter's 42nd birthday, check out five of the best moments from his illustrious 20-year career with the New York Yankees.

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No harm, no foul, but no cycle

A triple away from a cycle, Jose Altuve tripped over second base trying to get to third and had himself a nice laugh.

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Deep to the warning track ... with fries

A fan dropped a bucket of fries on the field, and Yankees LF Brett Gardner ran down the slices of spuds.

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Why is Bryce Harper struggling?

Tim Kurkjian is not concerned about Harper's trouble with the curve.

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When pro wrestling meets baseball

A ballpark security worker upended and tackled a fan who ran on to the field in the Mariners-Cardinals game.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Kenta Maeda made a cool $1 million Saturday despite losing to the Pirates. An incentive in his contract, one of many, triggered the bonus after his 15th start. Maeda did pitch well outside of two home runs by Andrew McCutchen. The Dodgers lost 6-1 to Pittsburgh.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Wright allowed three hits with his fastball (Moreland's two-run single, Beltre's RBI single, Andrus' three-run triple), which matches his season-high. He also gave up three hits on his fastball June 10 at Minnesota. Including tonight, he has thrown 263 fastballs (16.2 percent of his pitches) and allowed 15 hits, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Wright allowed a season-high eight runs, five in the fifth inning. But thanks to errors by Xander Bogaerts and Hanley Ramirez, only three of the runs were earned, leaving his ERA at 2.18, which still leads the American League.

Johnson's 11th inning HR a winner for Mets

After entering the 11th inning scoreless, Kelly Johnson hit a drive to right that just got over the wall to put the Mets ahead for good over the Braves.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Former knuckleballer Tom Candiotti was one of the first to tell Steven Wright to throw his knuckler when he's ahead or even in counts, his fastball when he's behind. It's a formula that has worked for Wright. There, though, Mitch Moreland pounced on a 2-0 fastball for a two-run single that gave Rangers a 3-1 lead through four innings.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Pirates 6, Dodgers 1, Final. Dodgers have now lost two consecutive after a six-game win streak.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

On behalf of the Rangers, Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus present David Ortiz with custom cowboy boots with "Papi 34" and a Red Sox logo and a belt with a big, old buckle that undoubtedly would draw the approval of ex-teammates Josh Beckett and John Lackey.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

David Ortiz hit the first homer of his career here in Arlington on Sept. 14, 1997, against Texas reliever Julio Santana. The Rangers will honor Ortiz with a pregame ceremony in a few minutes.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Scott Van Slyke delivers the Dodgers' first hit off Pirates starter Jeff Locke, a double to lead off the sixth inning.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Pirates' Jeff Locke has retired the first 15 Dodgers to come to the plate. Pirates lead 1-0, B5.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs manager Joe Maddon breaks down his team's 9-6 loss to the Marlins on Saturday.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

John Lackey discusses his 7 run outing in the Cubs 9-6 loss to the Marlins on Saturday.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

No hits through three innings in Pittsburgh as Dodgers and Pirates "clash."

Indians shutout Tigers, win eighth straight

Francisco Lindor hit two home runs and Carlos Carrasco went the distance on a four-hitter as the Indians took down the Tigers 6-0 for their eighth straight win.

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