MLB: Reds at Cardinals

The St. Louis Cardinals are back into first place in the National League Central and attempt to maintain the lead when they host the Cincinnati Reds in the middle contest of a three-game set.

St. Louis has won 11 of 15 games and moved a half-game ahead of Pittsburgh and leads Cincinnati by 3 1/2

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MLB: Rangers at Mariners

While the Seattle Mariners have no realistic chance of entering the post season, they aren’t rolling over and calling it a day. Especially when they can significantly improve their final standing in the AL West by picking up some games on the frontrunner.

The Texas Rangers had won 19 of 23 before dropping back-to-back road

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MLB: Red Sox at Dodgers

Today is the one-year anniversary of the trade that reshaped two organizations and the schedule makers have decided to bring those two teams together. Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford and the Los Angeles Dodgers will host their former teammates on the Boston Red Sox in the rubber match of a three-game set on Sunday.

The short

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MLB: Diamondbacks at Reds

Not for nothing, this series is a really big deal to the Diamondbacks and Reds. The Cincinnati Reds still have a commanding lead over the Arizona Diamondbacks in the wild-card race, but the Diamondbacks are not going away. Arizona looks to chop another game off the deficit when it visits Cincinnati again on Wednesday.


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MLB: Indians at Angels

The Cleveland Indians attempt to stay within reach of a playoff berth as they visit the Los Angeles Angels for the second contest of their three-game set on Tuesday. Cleveland cruised to a 5-2 triumph in the series opener, staying within 6 1/2 games of the American League Central-leading Detroit Tigers and 4 1/2 of

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MLB: Pirates at Padres

The Pittsburgh Pirates seem to be feeling the heat and letting games slip away as the race in the National League Central tightens.

The Pirates hope to be able to take advantage of playing the lowly Padres and attempt to win for the third time in 10 games when they visit the San Diego Padres

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MLB: Pirates at Cardinals

The NL Central is one of the only tight races in baseball and St. Louis capitalized on a ninth-inning error to push across the tying run before prevailing in 14 innings to improve to 4-7 against the Pirates this season. The victory moved the Cardinals within two games of first-place Pittsburgh in the National League

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MLB: Astros at Athletics

The Oakland Athletics begin a nine-game homestand Tuesday with the first of three against last-place Houston, which has provided little resistance to Oakland and enters on a down note. The Astros managed just one hit, a solo homer by Carlos Corporan, in a 2-1 loss to Texas on Monday, Houston’s sixth straight setback. The A’s

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