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Devers breaks tie with RBI single.

Red Sox break tie with a soft infield single in the bottom of the eighth inning scoring Mookie Betts to up the Red Sox up 5-4.

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Red Sox 5, Reds 4: Mookie Betts did it almost all by himself. Betts clocked a three-run double, then scored from second base on an infield single as the Red Sox scored four runs in the eighth inning to score a come-from-behind victory and close out an 8-1 road trip. With the Yankees losing in Toronto, the Red Sox's magic number to clinch the AL East will be shaved to 3. Boston has won six consecutive games, nine of 10 and 14 of 17. The Reds, meanwhile, have lost six in a row and 90 games overall.

Scott Lauber, ESPN Staff Writer

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A's Maxwell kneels during anthem for 2nd straight game.

Oakland's Bruce Maxwell continues his protest by again taking a knee before Sunday's game against the Rangers.

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Sunday's key games

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Scherzer dominant in 10-K outing.

Nationals ace Max Scherzer strikes out 10 Mets while only allowing three hits through six innings en route to picking up a win.

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Stanton clobbers 57th homer.

Giancarlo Stanton smacks a solo shot to left in a 12-6 win over the Diamondbacks.

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Saving the day

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Duda's homer sets Rays' team record.

Lucas Duda cranks a three-run home run, the team's 217th of the year, setting a single-season record.

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What keeps the Astros going in Harvey aftermath.

ESPN's Dave Fleming explains how the Astros' have reacted to the devastation after Hurricane Harvey ripped through the city of Houston.

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Dodgers' rise and fall

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  • You win some, you lose some

    Two dramatic streaks will define the Dodgers' 2017 season -- unless they can pull off something even more memorable in October.

Beisbol Experience

  • Josue Evilla
  • The 50-man interview

    What's it like to be Latino in MLB today? Prospects, starters and future Hall of Famers share their stories.

Indians' winning streak

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  • When there is no tomorrow

    In watching the Indians on their historic streak, it became clear the most remarkable thing about the team wasn't the wins.