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Matt Harvey entering Friday: 27th in MLB in IP, 50th in pitches, 12th-best pitches/inning. So it's been an efficient 166 IP.

Olney: Harvey's voice is one that matters

Matt Harvey's innings limit is approaching, and while the Mets have ideas on how to handle it, Buster Olney writes that Harvey's opinion is the one that matters most: "March's blueprint for his workload may not apply in September and October, because circumstances may have changed." The debate (Insider)

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Tulowitzki leaps over O's catcher at 1st

Troy Tulowitzki reached first on an error but when he rounded the base on the overthrow, he had to jump over the Orioles' Matt Wieters, the catcher that was backing up first, to make it back to the base safely.

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Angels looking at Yankees exec for GM job

Bill Eppler, the Yankees assistant GM, was also on the Angels' shortlist four years ago. The Angels haven't yet asked New York for permission to speak with Eppler, but they plan to do so. Former Angels GM Jerry Dipoto resigned July 1 and interim GM Bill Stoneman won't be retained in that role. (via ESPN and multiple reports)

Mike Moustakas could return Sunday

The Royals 3B has been out for over a week with a sore right hamstring, but felt he was 90 percent on Friday. Said manager Ned Yost of starting inserting Moustakas on Sunday: "He'll be ready to go by then. He should be close to 100 [percent Saturday], then we'll give him that day [off], and he'll be ready to roll."

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M's win slugfest over A's

Seattle overcomes a first-inning grand slam from Oakland's Danny Valencia to come back and win 11-8.

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Taylor powers Nats to walk-off win

Michael Taylor slugged a pinch-hit, three-run homer in the bottom of the 10th to send Washington to a 5-2 win over Atlanta.

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Dodgers double up Padres

Adrian Gonzalez hits his 26th home run of the season in Los Angeles' 8-4 win over San Diego.

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Cron powers Angels' win

C.J. Cron knocked in all five of the runs for Los Angeles and fell a homer shy of the cycle to fuel a 5-2 win over the Rangers.

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Houston shuts out visiting Minnesota

Hank Conger hit a grand slam and Colby Rasmus crushed a homer into the upper deck in the Astros' 8-0 win over the Twins.

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Rockies send Giants to 7th straight loss

Nolan Arenado and Carlos Gonzalez hit back-to-back homers in the first inning, which would be all Colorado would need in a 2-1 win.

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Baseball Tonight @BBTN

C.J. Cron has 5 RBI as Angels lead Rangers, 5-2. C.J. Cron is looking pretty important to the Angels right about now...

Martin Prado lifts Marlins in extras

Prado's fifth hit of the game was a two-out, RBI double in the 11th inning that sunk the Mets 6-5.

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White Sox crush Royals

Jose Abreu hits his 25th home run of the season in Chicago's 12-1 win over Kansas City.

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Pirates snap four-game losing streak

Starling Marte drove in three runs and J.A. Happ allowed three hits over seven scoreless innings as the Pirates beat the Cardinals 9-3.

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Red Sox fend off Phillies 7-5

Jackie Bradley launched a solo home run and David Ortiz added an RBI double during a four-run 7th inning as the Red Sox helped Joe Kelly win his seventh straight start.

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Tomlin throws gem, Sands provides power

Josh Tomlin tossed a four-hitter, Jerry Sands homered and tripled, and the Indians eased past the Tigers 8-1.

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