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Marlins pummel Darvish.

Miami puts up a nine run fourth inning, highlighted by key hits from Ichiro Suzuki and Marcell Ozuna.

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Harper beefs with ump, gets tossed.

First, Bryce Harper doesn't like plate umpire Chris Segal's strike call, then the slugger strikes out later in the at-bat and gets ejected.

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Beltre tossed in strange sequence.

Umpire Gerry Davis tells Adrian Beltre to move back into the on-deck circle. Instead, Beltre moves the on-deck circle and gets ejected.

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Phillies prospect gets inside-the-park grand slam on quick slide.

J.P. Crawford, Carl Crawford's cousin, hits the ball deep to center and appears to be out by a mile at home, but he slows down and slides before the catcher can make the tag.

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Marte races around bases for inside-the-park homer.

Ketel Marte runs the base paths in under 15 seconds for an inside-the-park home run in the Diamondbacks' win over the Braves.

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Kershaw says there's 'no timetable' for return.

Clayton Kershaw says his current back injury is not as serious as last year's and he could potentially return sooner than 4-6 weeks.

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Pete Rose sets all-time singles record.

On July 27, 1984, Rose hit his 3,053rd career single, passing Ty Cobb for the most all time.

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