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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs are the first team this season to win a game after trailing by multiple runs in extra innings, according to ESPN Stats and Info. Teams were 0-50 in those situations before Sunday. The Cubs were down 5-3 in the tenth before winning 6-5 on a walk off hit by Alex Avila.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs catcher Alex Avila discuss his game winning hit and throwing miscue in the Cubs 6-5 loss to the Jays on Sunday.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Introductions in Williamsport. Nice night in the Keystone State.

Dan Shulman @DShulman_ESPN

Coolest part of pregame so far in W'port is seeing big leaguers talking with Little Leaguers from their country - Cervelli/VZ, Oh/SKorea etc

Dan Shulman @DShulman_ESPN

Cards and Pirates both allowed a 26th man for tonight's game. STL calls up Piscotty, who is in lineup, PIT recalls C Jacob Stallings.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Joe Maddon discuss the Cubs exciting 6-5 win over the Jays on Sunday.

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli, a native Venezuelan, sits before tonight's game with the Little League team from Venezuela. Poignant moment, considering what their country has been going through socially and politically.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs swept the Jays behind a wild 6-5 win on Sunday in 10 innings. Alex Avila delivered a 2 run single with the bases loaded in the tenth, part of a three run inning after the Jays scored twice in the top of the tenth. It was the first runs the Cubs scored since a 3 run double by Albert Almora Jr in the third inning. The tenth was aided by two Cubs reaching via dropped third strikes, one after the Jays catcher forgot to throw to first base. Miguel Montero homered to tie the game in the sixth and Just Wilson walked two more hitters, including one with the bases loaded in the tenth but the Cubs offense overcame.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli, a native Venezuelan, sits before tonight's game with the Little League team from Venezuela. Poignant moment, considering what their country has been going through socially and politically.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals are taking infield and going through BP ahead of tonight's first-of-its-kind MLB Little League Classic.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 5, Yankees 1: Two out of three ain't bad. It's also exactly what the Sox needed. For the second weekend in a row, the Red Sox managed to keep the second-place Yankees at arm's length by winning two of three games. Jackie Bradley Jr. drove in three runs, including a tone-setting two-run triple in the second inning against Yankees starter Sonny Gray. Rick Porcello tossed six solid innings for his fourth consecutive win.

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Aaron Judge went hitless Sunday, striking out in the eighth inning to match Bill Stoneman's MLB record with strikeouts in 37 straight games. Judge has struck out in all 15 games he has played against the Red Sox this season; he is hitting .155 and has only one home run against Boston.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Soon: big-league ball in a minor league park in the home of the Little League World Series. Bowman Field looks sharp.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Aaron Judge extends his newly-minted MLB single-season strikeout record to 37 consecutive games with at least one strikeout.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Aroldis Chapman comes in to pitch in the 6th inning for the first time since September 23rd, 2011.

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The Dodgers lost Sunday to snap their 6-game winning streak, but won the series against the Tigers, 2-1. They haven't lost a series since June 5-7 vs the Nationals

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Miguel Montero has caught 41 of Kyle Hendricks' outings, the most of any catcher, so maybe the former Cub had a good idea what to see today. He's doubled and homered off Hendricks, the latter hit tied the game in the sixth inning.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Now that Aaron Hicks is playing every day, it can be said that every AL East team has a superb defensive center fielder. Feel free to rank them: Jackie Bradley Jr. (Red Sox), Hicks (Yankees), Adam Jones (Orioles), Kevin Pillar (Blue Jays) and, when healthy, Kevin Kiermaier (Rays).