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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Miguel Montero discuss a bad night behind the plate as the Nationals stole 7 bases against him and Jake Arrieta.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Cubs catch Miguel Montero discuss the 7 stolen bases on him in the team's 6-1 loss to the Nationals. He claims his pitcher didn't help matters.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees Luis Severino had a career-high 12 Ks in his seven innings of one-run ball. He stands to be the winner if the Yankees' 3-1 lead holds up over the White Sox.

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Did you know there was an after party for the pro-am today?! Well Sarina Morales and I got invited to KPMG's after party at a World Champion's house!

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

This is what MVPs do. With the Yankees down a run in the eighth, Aaron Judge just tied the game with an RBI single up the middle to make 1-1 with the White Sox.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

"It's another piece of the legend that is Adrián Beltré" -Rangers manager Jeff Banister on Beltré hitting a 2-out game winning HR in the 9th inning in Cleveland. It was Beltré's 450th career home run, taking sole possession of 39th place in MLB's all-time list, breaking a tie with Vladimir Guerrero and Jeff Bagwell. Beltré now has 2,969 career hits.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs lost 6-1 to the Nationals behind 7 stolen bases by the home team. Trea Turner stole 4 himself as the Nats run game had a big impact in the outcome. Jake Arrieta never got in a groove, failing to pitch five innings for the fifth time this season. He walked 6 batters and gave up 6 hits in 4 innings. Miguel Montero was behind the plate for all 7 steals while he also committed a throwing error allowing a run to score. So did Tommy La Stella. If the Cubs played a clean game they may have been in it until the end but they gave the game away early. Kris Bryant's first inning triple drove in the lone run for the Cubs.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Nationals stole a team-record seven bases (including four by Trea Turner), and ace Max Scherzer tossed six innings of two-hit ball as Washington beat the Cubs 6-1 to even up their four-game series at 1-1.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Nationals have 7 stolen bases tonight off of Miguel Montero meaning Montero is now 1 for 32 (3 percent) this season throwing out would be base stealers. He's on pace for the lowest caught stealing percentage (min 25 attempts) for a Cubs catcher since at least 1969. In the last 30 years only one catcher on any team has been worse over a full season: Hank Conger was 1 for 43 in 2015.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

It's running bases here in DC, where the Nats have set a team record by stealing seven bases. And it's only the fourth inning. In case you're wondering, the modern-day record for steals in a game is 15, set by the 1911 Yankees.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Through Memorial Day, Nats speedster Trea Turner had 11 steals, which was 16 fewer than Billy Hamilton. With a franchise record four steals already tonight, Turner now has 32 to overtake Hamilton for the MLB lead.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees still can't figure out what is exactly wrong with DH Matt Holliday. Holliday had a series of test and couldn't not find what is making him feel like all his energy has been zapped. Tonight will be the third game he has missed. Yankees manager Joe Girardi said the team will soon have to consider a DL stint if Holliday doesn't improve soon.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Brendan McKay has signed with Rays for $7,007,500. Record bonus for current draft system.

Enrique Rojas ESPNdeportes 

Informa New York Mets del fallecimiento del ex pitcher Anthony Young, quien jugó con el club entre 1991 y 1993. Young es recordado por haber perdido 27 juegos consecutivos con los Mets entre 1992 y 1993. En su carrera, tuvo marca de 15-48 en seis temporadas en Grandes Ligas. El nativo de Houston tenía 51 años de edad a la hora de su muerte de una larga enfermedad.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees second baseman Starlin Castro said he doesn't think his hamstring injury is serious and sounded optimistic he will be able to return from the DL in 10 days.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Tyler Wade, 22, grew up a Yankee fan, idolizing Derek Jeter. Wade, being in the Yankees' clubhouse as a member of the team, is "surreal," he said.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Although John Farrell says he "wouldn't rule it out" that Red Sox would use others at DH even after Hanley Ramirez returns, he stressed need to not "completely turn away from what Hanley did last year. I think he's still a key member in our lineup." Ramirez has struggled vs. lefties, batting only .143/.333/.229, far from his career slash line vs. lefties of .300/.381/.523.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Second baseman Starlin Castro is headed to 10-day DL with a hamstring strain. Prospect Tyler Wade gets the call. The Yankees hope Wade can one day be their Brock Holt.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Maddon and others from the Cubs traveling party will indeed visit the White House on Wednesday. It's an informal visit for anyone that wants to attend.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Kyle Hendricks discuss his recovery from tendinitis. He's not off a mound yet but when he is the Cubs will have a better idea when he can return. He says there is no pain.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Rizzo returns to leadoff while Tommy La Stella bats second and plays second for the Cubs against Max Scherzer and the Nationals. Kris Bryant hits cleanup and plays RF with Jon Jay in left and Ian Happ in center. Jeimer Candelario starts at 3b as Addison Russell remains out of the lineup with a sore shoulder. Javy Baez is at SS.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Neither Joe Girardi nor Starlin Castro were certain Castro's hamstring strain will land him on the DL. Castro will have an MRI Tuesday.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Great line by Joe Maddon after beating the Nationals on Monday while fielding the youngest starting lineup in baseball this season as several players were in Triple-A until recently: "If this is a spring training lineup we might get a call (from the league office)." In spring games teams are required to have at least four regulars start in every game.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees hung on to a win Monday as they beat the White Sox, 6-5. After Chasen Shreve gave up a three-run homer to Tim Anderson in the 9th, Yankees manager Joe Girardi turned to Aroldis Chapman for final two outs. Chapman allowed an RBI double to Jose Abreu before picking up the last outs. Aaron Judge went 0-for-2, but walked three times.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Javy Baez discuss his game against the Nationals on Monday. He made two great catches, struck out 3 times then had two late hits in the Cubs 5-4 win. His catch in foul ground was one of the best he's ever had.

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