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6/28/2016 | Kluber flirts with no-no in oustanding outing

Corey Kluber took a no-hitter into the sixth inning, and while it ended, he still dominated the Braves, leading the Indians to their 11th straight win.

6/28/2016 | A's hold off Giants in wild final innings

Pinch-hitter Jake Smolinski's three-run homer highlighted a five-run outburst in Tuesday night's eighth inning for the Oakland A's, who outlasted the San Francisco Giants, 13-11.

6/28/2016 | Correa's blast, 4 RBIs key Astros past Halos

Carlos Correa launched a three-run, first-inning homer and finished a triple shy of the cycle, Jose Altuve extended his on-base streak to 31 games and the Astros beat the Angels, 7-1, to claim a series victory and their seventh with in their last eight games.

6/28/2016 | Miggy's go-ahead HR gives him one vs. every team

Miguel Cabrera took Miami's Adam Conley deep to left field in the fifth inning of Detroit's 7-5 win on Tuesday. With that go-ahead home run, which Statcast projected at 424 feet, Cabrera became the ninth active player to homer against all 30 Major League teams.

6/28/2016 | 11 takeaways on Indians' 11-game win streak

These Indians go to 11… wins in a row. That's the longest win streak in the Majors this year and the longest by an Indians club within a single season since 1982. Most importantly, it has turned a dead-even American League Central race with the Royals into a six-game Tribe lead near the midway mark.

6/28/2016 | Chance to break game open goes by wayside

Taylor Motter walked on four pitches during an at-bat where he was trying to get out. He'd stuck his bat out for a bunt, but Red Sox starter Rick Porcello couldn't hit the strike zone.

6/28/2016 | Price faces former Rays teammates on MLB.TV

A full schedule of games gets underway this afternoon with seven matinees on tap, beginning when Boston's David Price starts against the Rays, one of his former clubs.

6/28/2016 | Stanton finds groove, but offense sings Motown blues

The laser shot to center was the latest example of Giancarlo Stanton's raw power, and the two singles were additional signs that the Marlins' slugger is regaining his form at the plate. Stanton gave the Marlins a big boost early, homering and knocking in three runs, but the Tigers were able to respond in the fifth inning and rally to a 7-5 win on Tuesday at Comerica Park.

6/28/2016 | Carpenter plays All-Star-like role against KC

Matt Carpenter's first-half production should make him a shoo-in to be a part of next month's All-Star Game presented by MasterCard festivities

6/28/2016 | In familiar place, Blue Jays eye bullpen boost

As the midway point in the season nears, the Blue Jays are very much in position to make a run at a second consecutive postseason appearance, and a beleaguered bullpen is expected to get help in the form of Brett Cecil and Franklin Morales.

6/28/2016 | Decker designated for assignment

The Rays designated outfielder Jaff Decker for assignment following Tuesday night's 8-2 loss to the Red Sox.

6/28/2016 | Cubs try every trick in the book in wild win

Tuesday's game between the Cubs and Reds at Great American Ball Park got weird. By the 13th inning, both teams had used up their entire benches, with catchers Miguel Montero and Tucker Barnhart getting pinch-hit appearances. From there, the game featured three pitchers playing left field, a line-drive double play with the winning run in scoring position and the first grand slam in the 15th inning or later since 1996, the third since 1930.

6/28/2016 | Pederson day to day after 'play of the game'

Dodgers center fielder Joc Pederson left Tuesday night's game against the Brewers with an apparent injury to his right shoulder after slamming into the center-field fence while catching a drive by Chris Carter in the eighth inning.

6/28/2016 | Twins bull-Doz their way past White Sox

Brian Dozier hit two home runs and drove in four, Kyle Gibson hurled seven scoreless innings and the Twins claimed a 4-0 victory over the White Sox on Tuesday night at U.S. Cellular Field. The win was the first for Minnesota against Chicago this season after losing the first six.

6/28/2016 | Difo delivers career-high 7 RBIs for Double-A Harrisburg

Wilmer Difo led Double-A Harrisburg to a 13-10 win over Bowie with a breakout performance. The shortstop set a career-high with seven RBIs, going 4-for-5 with a grand slam and a double.

6/28/2016 | Granderson day to day with sore right calf

One of the only Mets starters to last the season's first three months without a significant injury, Curtis Granderson departed Tuesday's 5-0 loss to the Nationals after a rain delay because he was unable to "get loose," according to the team. The culprit turned out to be a sore right calf, which has bothered Granderson since Saturday in Atlanta.

6/28/2016 | Ichiro ties, passes Rice, now 14 hits from 3,000

With two singles on Tuesday night in the Marlins' 7-5 loss to the Tigers, Ichiro Suzuki moved past Sam Rice and into sole possession of 30th place on MLB's all-time hits list. Now at 2,986 hits, the next major milestone for Ichiro is the magical No. 3,000.

6/28/2016 | Greinke leaves game with tight oblique

D-backs pitcher Zack Greinke left Tuesday's game against the Phillies before the third inning with a tight left oblique.

6/28/2016 | Upton Jr. robs homer, turns DP with unreal play

Melvin Upton Jr. has been a human highlight reel for the Padres in 2016. But even by his standards, his first two innings in Tuesday night's 11-7 loss to the Orioles were downright spectacular. Upton led off off the bottom of the first inning with a moonshot to straightaway center field, projected by Statcast™ at 465 feet -- the longest home run by a Padre since that data became available

6/28/2016 | Rain cuts Giolito's impressive debut short

With rain in the forecast that would delay and eventually shorten his Major League debut in the Nationals' 5-0 win over the Mets on Tuesday night, Lucas Giolito made multiple visits into the office of manager Dusty Baker.

6/28/2016 | Shaw powers Red Sox's outburst vs. Rays

Travis Shaw tied a career high with five RBIs and fell a triple shy of the cycle to fuel the Red Sox's 8-2 win over the Rays on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.

6/28/2016 | Rangers handle Yanks behind Hamels, Beltre

Adrian Beltre homered and drove in three runs to support Cole Hamels' strong effort as the Rangers defeated the Yankees, 7-1, on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.

6/28/2016 | Miggy, Tigers rally with 3-HR 5th to sink Marlins

Miguel Cabrera haunted his old team for a three-run homer as part of a seven-run fifth inning, lifting the Tigers out of their three-game losing streak with a 7-5 win over the Marlins on Tuesday night at Comerica Park.

6/28/2016 | 11ndians! Smooth Santana has huge hit

Carlos Santana's RBI single sparked a three-run ninth inning by the Indians, who received another solid start from Corey Kluber and extended their winning streak to 11 games with a 5-3 victory over the Braves on Tuesday night at Turner Field.

6/28/2016 | Phillies' pitchers already up to nine shutouts

On Monday, Phillies' pitchers combined to throw their Major-League leading ninth shutout of the season in the 8-0 victory against the D-backs at Chase Field.

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