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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Arrieta gave up his first hit of the game with 1 out in the fifth as Omar Narvaez hit a ground rule double to right center.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper got tossed, the Nationals batted around in a 7-run eighth inning, and reports surfaced that Stephen Strasburg will miss his next start. Just another day at the office that is Nats Park. Oh, and Washington beat Milwaukee 8-5.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Lewis Brinson made his first big-legaue bomb count. The Brewers outfielder, called up today, just took Sean Doolittle deeeeeep to left center at Nats Park. No distance yet, but it didn't look too far away from where teammate Domingo Santana's 476-foot jack landed earlier in the game.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper was just part of a strike-'em-out, throw-'em-out. Harper whiffed, then got thrown out of the game for arguing with home plate ump Chris Segal. It's Harper's second ejection of the season, and the 10th of his career.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Jake Arrieta has faced 12 batters and given up just a walk through 4 innings as that was eliminated by a double play. He has three strikeouts on 48 pitches.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

José Quintana tips his cap as the White Sox welcome him back to the South Side for the first time since being traded to the Cubs.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Dallas Keuchel on his return to the Astros' rotation Friday: "It's exciting, for sure."

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Still no Red Sox move to create spot for Eduardo Nunez, but Rafael Devers has to stay, right? "He hasn't hurt his cause by any means with what he's done in a very short look," manager John Farrell said. "We've talked quite a bit recently about the need to get offense, and today is a display of what he's capable of doing. So, he's taking care of what he can on his end."

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José Altuve led off the game with a double, extending his hit streak to 18 games, tied with Bryce Harper for the longest active streak in MLB.

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper's first inning single off Milwaukee's Jimmy Nelson extends his hit streak to 18 games. That's a career-high and tied for second longest in MLB this season.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 4, Mariners 0: Chris Sale did it again, while Rafael Devers achieved a few firsts. Sale tossed seven scoreless innings and fanned 11 batters, marking his career-high 14th double-digit strikeout game this season. Devers recorded his first career hit -- a home run, no less -- against Mariners starter Andrew Moore in the third inning. Between them, the Cy Young favorite and the youngest player in the majors led the Red Sox to a victory that capped a 2-4 trip to the West Coast.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Maddon signs autographs before the Cubs play the Sox.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Anthony Rizzo discuss a reported confrontation with John Lackey in the dugout during Tuesday's game. He wasn't pleased with having to address it.

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