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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The most impressive stat so far that nobody is paying attention to: Eduardo Escobar has 30 doubles, putting him on pace for 71. Earl Webb's 67 has stood as the record since 1931. A record chase would seem unlikely -- guys have been on pace before through half a season -- but what a season Escobar is having.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says that Clayton Kershaw will make a rehab start for Triple-A Oklahoma City on Saturday.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Angels have lost 7 of their last 8 and have gone from 3 1/2 to 10 1/2 back in the AL West during that stretch. Mike Trout says his team can't think about that. "If you do that, it's going to snowball, and it's just going to get worse."

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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Over his last seven games, Mike Trout has reached base via a walk or a hit in 24 of his 33 plate appearances. The Angels, who lost 7-4 to the D-backs tonight, are 1-6 in that stretch.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Upton's face when Jarrod Dyson robbed him of a game-tying grand slam.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Kole Calhoun in May versus Kole Calhoun in June. Crouched stance, lower hands. When you're reaching base less than 20 percent of the time, you have to change it up,

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

It's game 12 of the Astros' 36-game stretch against .500 and under opponents — and they've won all 12 after beating the Rays in dramatic fashion with a walk-off rally in the bottom of the ninth. The winning streak ties the 1999 and 2004 teams for longest in franchise history.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Albert Pujols, who went back-to-back with Justin Upton, is on pace for 90 RBIs, which would mean he finishes the season with 2,008. He can join Hank Aaron and Alex Rodriguez as the only players with 600 HRs, 3,000 H and 2,000 RBIs.

Doug Kezirian ESPN 

Following Monday's 4-2 win, Yankees have now gone UNDER the betting total in 13 straight games

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees pitcher Sonny Gray, who was on base once Monday for the first time in three years, got chided by teammates for having a slow trot on Aaron Hicks' fifth-inning home run. Aaron Judge joked it was as if Gray thought he hit the homer. As a pitcher, Gray also didn't know the hitters' handshakes, so he kind of messed up the celebration with Hicks at the plate. Said Hicks: "Don't do that. Not on live TV!"