|Adrian Gonzalez's single in the bottom of the 14th gave the Dodgers a 5-4 win over the Giants at Dodger Stadium. Since this rivalry moved to the West Coast for the start of the 1958 season, this is the latest a walk-off hit has been produced by a Dodgers player against the Giants.
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|On Sunday evening at Dodger Stadium, Cubs right-hander Jake Arrieta fired the sixth no-hitter of the 2015 season, fanning 12 and walking one. Arrieta is the 14th Cub to toss a no-hitter, and the first since Carlos Zambrano in 2008.
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|Zack Greinke threw seven scoreless innings, the Dodgers plated a run on a double play, and Los Angeles emerged from Great American Ball Park with a 1-0 victory over the Reds. In his 26th appearance of the year, Greinke lowered his ERA to 1.61.
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|Bidding to become the sixth pitcher in big league history with at least three no-hitters, Justin Verlander didn't allow a knock until Chris Iannetta lined a single just fair to left field to begin the ninth. Verlander settled for a one-hit shutout as the Tigers blanked the Angels, 5-0.
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|In the Cardinals' 9-1 win over the D-backs, Yadier Molina went 1-for-1 with runners in scoring position and drove in a pair of runs by doing so (one of the RBIs came on a sacrifice fly). In 1,507 career plate appearances with runners in scoring position, Molina owns a .301 average.
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|The Mets set a franchise record with eight home runs on Monday as they pummeled the Phillies, 16-7. The previous record of seven had been set on April 19, 2005, also against the Phillies.
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|Rays right-hander Chris Archer twirled a one-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts and one walk in a 1-0 win over the Astros, producing a game score of 95 with his effort -- the highest such score in Rays history.
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|n the Yankees 4-3 win over the Twins, Greg Bird put together his very first multi-homer game (hitting a pair of two-run shots). With the feat coming in his fifth career contest, Bird became the third Yankee in a century to produce a multi-homer game so quickly out of the gate. He joins Shelley Duncan (2007) and Jesus Montero (2011).
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|In the Royals' 3-1 win over the Reds, Jarrod Dyson stole one base (in one attempt), Lorenzo Cain was 2-for-2 in stolen-base attempts and Alcides Escobar was successful in his only attempt. Since the start of the 2012 season, Dyson is tied for fifth in steals (123), Escobar is 14th (100) and Cain is tied for 28th (76).
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|In the Angels' 2-1 win over the White Sox, Albert Pujols drove in one run on his 32nd homer of the year. Pujols' RBI total stands at 68, making him one of five players this season with at least 20 homers and a homer tally representing at least 45 percent of his RBI total.
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|On Sunday, Madison Bumgarner went the distance on a three-hitter, fanning 14 to highlight a 5-0 Giants win over the Nationals. In his previous outing, the left-hander threw a five-hitter with 12 strikeouts. He is the first Giants pitcher since at least 1914 to have consecutive complete games with at least 12 strikeouts, and the first hurler since R.A. Dickey in June 2012 to do it.
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|Brian McCann hit his 20th home run of the season in the Yankees' 8-6 win over the Indians. The blast gave him nine career 20-homer campaigns. McCann is the fifth player to have nine or more 20-homer seasons while playing at least half of his games behind the plate. Johnny Bench and Mike Piazza each did this 11 times, Yogi Berra did it 10 times, and Gary Carter had nine such seasons.
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|Hisashi Iwakuma authored the fourth no-hitter of the 2015 season Wednesday. The Mariners right-hander fanned seven and walked three Orioles. The three previous no-hitters this year came from the Giants Chris Heston, the Nationals Max Scherzer and the Phillies Cole Hamels, and Iwakuma's no-hitter snapped a streak of 12 straight by National League representatives.
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|In the Yankees' 5-4 loss to the Indians, Carlos Beltran collected his 2,400th career hit, a game-tying solo home run in the eighth. All time among switch-hitters, Beltran ranks 14th in hits, fifth in home runs, fourth in extra-base hits, fifth in total bases, 11th in runs scored and fifth in RBIs.
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|In his third appearance since being acquired by Kansas City, Johnny Cueto produced a four-hit shutout with eight strikeouts and no walks to beat the Tigers, 4-0. Cueto's line is the 13th shutout with no walks and at least eight K's in franchise history.
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|On Sunday, the Blue Jays defeated the Yankees, 2-0, behind solo homers from Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista and a combined three-hitter begun by Marco Estrada, helping Toronto produce consecutive shutouts against the Yankees in the same series for the first time in franchise history.
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|In the Blue Jays' 9-3 win vs. the Twins, Mark Buehrle picked up career victory No. 211, with 30 of those 211 coming against Minnesota. The 30 represent the most for any pitcher vs. the Twins, and they make Buehrle one of 21 pitchers to have at least 30 wins against a single franchise since 1961.
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|Josh Donaldson, Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion each homered for the Blue Jays in a 9-7 victory over the Twins. Encarnacion's homer was his 20th of the season, giving the Blue Jays three right-handed hitters with 20 long balls (Donaldson has 29, Bautista has 24).
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|Nelson Cruz homered -- a common phrase these days -- and the Mariners defeated the Rockies at Coors Field, 10-4. The slugger now has 31 roundtrippers for the season. Cruz has homered in five straight games for the second time this season.
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|In Texas, Adrian Beltre hit a two-run triple in the first, a double in the second, a single in the third and a homer in the fifth to complete his third career cycle. The third baseman finished with four hits and three RBIs.
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