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Orioles double up Red Sox.

The Orioles win their fourth straight thanks to home runs from Trey Mancini and Jonathan Schoop.

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Tomas smashes two homers in D-backs' win.

The Diamondbacks make easy work of the Dodgers, including Yasmany Tomas' two runs to propel Arizona to the win over Los Angeles.

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Jones gets hit by pitch in face, benches later clear.

Tigers CF JaCoby Jones gets hit by a pitch in the face, causing him to bleed from his mouth. Matthew Boyd would later throw behind Miguel Sano, with punches being thrown and Boyd and Sano ejected.

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Will Tigers, Twins face discipline over scuffle?

Buster Olney reacts to the bench-clearing dustup between the Tigers and Twins.

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Contreras grand slam puts Cubs up for good.

Trailing 4-3 after the first inning, Willson Contreras changes that with a grand slam to center field, moving the Cubs' past the Reds.

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Reds poke fun at Cubs fans.

During a Cubs-Reds game, Cincinnati decides to have a little fun with Chicago fans in attendance on the bandwagon cam.

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Cabrera strains groin diving for grounder.

Miguel Cabrera dives for Robbie Grossman's ground ball but doesn't come up with it, and strains his groin in the process sending the Tigers first baseman to the 10-day DL.

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Andrus' hit kicks off Rangers' walk-off celebration.

Elvis Andrus smacks the ball into the left field corner, allowing Rougned Odor to score and give Texas a 2-1 victory over Kansas City.

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Franco the walk off hero for Phillies.

With two outs and the Phillies down a run, Maikel Franco rips a single to deep right that plates a pair of runs to give Philadelphia the victory in 10 innings.

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