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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Tonight's Red Sox-Orioles game at Fenway Park has been postponed due to the rainy weather forecast. Red Sox announce it was rescheduled as the first game of a day-night doubleheader, tomorrow, Wednesday, September 26, beginning at 1:05 p.m. Tomorrow's regularly scheduled game remains at 7:10 p.m.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Brewers hold on to beat the Cardinals 6-4 as Corey Knebel gets the save and has now pitched 12.1 scoreless innings this month (with 24 K's and two walks). Meanwhile, the Cubs lose to the Pirates and the Cubs' lead is down to 1.5 games.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Cardinals are doing everything they can to lose this game. After Eric Thames triples with one out off Bud Norris and Mike Moustakas is intentionally walked, Norris throws wild on a pickoff attempt at first base and Thames trots in with the go-ahead run.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Anthony Rizzo discuss the Cubs lack of offense on Monday despite pitcher Cole Hamels going deep in a 5-1 loss to the Pirates.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs extended their own record streak of scoring a single run — all via HR — against an opponent to five games as they lost 5-1 to the Pirates, This time their solo blast came from pitcher Cole Hamels who hit his second career long ball. The Cubs scored one run in all 4 games last time they played Pittsburgh and now open this series doing the same.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Ketel Marte crushes a 91-mph fastball from Clayton Kershaw for a 455-foot home run to give the Diamondbacks a 2-1 lead over the Dodgers. Marte also tripled in a run in the first inning.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Hicks says his left hamstring has been a little tight the past couple days, but he's been figuring out a way to play with it. He wanted to stay in tonight, but when coaches saw him stretching it in the field, they took him out. "Expect to be in the lineup in the next two days," Hicks said.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Wow, huge turn of events in St. Louis. Marcell Ozuna lines a two-run homer off Josh Hader to give the Cards a 4-3 lead. St. Louis had been 3-for-28 off Hader in 2018 entering the inning and went home run, walk, home run without Hader getting an out yet.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Not a good top of the sixth for Cardinals pitchers as they walk three batters and hit another and the Brewers score two runs without a hit to take a 3-1 lead. Jose Martinez, however, homers to center off Josh Hader and now it's 3-2.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The MVP race was crowded with guys having superstar seasons, but it feels like the race is down to one: Mookie Betts. He's now hitting an insane .345/.435/.642 and slugged his 32nd home run tonight. It's one of the great seasons in Red Sox history, alongside Yaz in '67 and Ted Williams in '41, '42 and '46.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper has finally hit the century mark. Harper collected his 100th RBI with a sacrifice fly against Miami Marlins starter Sandy Alcantara. It's the first time in his seven-year career that he's reached triple digits in ribbies. Harper's previous best RBI total came during his 2015 MVP season, when he drove in 99 runs in 153 games. Oddly enough, heading into Monday's game against Miami, Harper had driven in...99 runs in 153 games.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Yankees center fielder Aaron Hicks left Monday's game with a tight left hamstring. He was removed in the fourth inning, replaced by Brett Gardner. The previous inning, Hicks appeared to come up limping as he crossed first base, beating out a double play attempt. His injury comes as the Yankees are already monitoring Didi Gregorius' wrist injury, received on Hicks' game-winning, playoff-clinching hit last Saturday.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Brewers announcers said Ryan Braun told them he woke up this morning with a good feeling in his gut about this series against the Cardinals and he just crushed a second-inning home run into the upper deck in left field off Jack Flaherty to give the Brewers the 1-0 lead.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cole Hamels is trending the wrong way in regards to the long ball. Over his first 7 starts as a Cub he didn't give up a single home run. Now he's given up at least one in his last 4 outings, including a first inning blast tonight to Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The main lights just went out inside Tropicana Field. (The scoreboards did stay on) There's a ferocious thunderstorm going on outside. Some serious thunder can be heard.