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Mets starter Matt Harvey allowed one run in six innings, his longest start since going seven innings against the Nationals on April 21. Harvey entered with a 9.00 ERA in his previous 4 starts. This start was his second this season of at least 6 innings and 1 earned run allowed.

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Rays third baseman Evan Longoria's 15th-inning home run was his first extra-inning home run since Game 162 in 2011 (when he hit a walk-off home run to put the Rays in the playoffs).

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Mets right fielder Jay Bruce has 3 hits and 2 RBIs tonight. He entered Sunday hitting .152 with seven hits in his previous 12 games combined.

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Jay Bruce's tumbling catch in right field ends the sixth, and ends Harvey's outing. Collins taps Harvey on the face w/ congrats.

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Mets shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera puts them ahead with a two-run double. It's his first multi-RBI game since April 16 against the Marlins.

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Mets starter Matt Harvey has allowed 12 home runs in 10 starts after yielding one to Gregory Polanco on Sunday. He allowed 8 home runs in 17 starts last season. His career high for home runs allowed is 18 in 29 starts in 2015.

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Matt Harvey surrendered this solo homer to Gregory Polanco, giving the Pirates an early 1-0 lead. es.pn/2qtkG5G

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Jon Lester discuss his poor outing in the Cubs 9-4 loss to the Dodgers on Sunday.

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Pirates want Glasnow to work in his whole range of pitches early in the game, in an era in which opposing hitters hunt fastballs from 1st on

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Dodgers RF Yasiel Puig cranked a two-run home run during Sunday's 9-4 win vs. the Cubs. The 444-foot shot was his longest homer of the season.

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Matt Harvey with a strong first inning: 96 mph on the high end, 81 on the off speed stuff, good command. 1-2-3. Glasnow out for the 2nd.

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Asdrúbal Cabrera no pierde detalle en el turno de Bruce.

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We're just getting started on Sunday Night Baseball. Tyler Glasnow opens with back-to-back strikeouts for PIT; Matt Harvey working for NYM.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs lost 9-4 to the Dodgers behind 4 home runs including two, three run home runs off starter Jon Lester. The visitors hit three themselves, all off Clayton Kershaw but they failed to get the big hit when they needed it most. Javier Baez and Kris Bryant both struck out in the 5th inning with two on in a 6-4 game AFTER the Cubs had chased Kershaw. That was the difference as LA extended the lead in the late innings. The Cubs have been swept in a series 3 times this year already, that's one more time than all of last season.