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Angels LF Cameron Maybin and CF Mike Trout hit back-to-back homers to start Tuesday's 4-0 win vs. the Rays. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, it's the third time in franchise history that the first two batters of a game went deep. Rex Hudler and Don Slaught did it in 1996, and Kole Calhoun and Trout turned the trick in 2013.

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Red Sox SS Xander Bogaerts scored two runs on wild pitches during Tuesday's 11-6 win vs. the Rangers, becoming the first Boston player to score twice on wild pitches in the same game since Jim Rice did it on May 17, 1984. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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Giants' Christian Arroyo, great kid. His mom caught him (no gear) until he was 11, threw BP until HS and hit him grounders 8 mos. pregnant.

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Currently tied with Pedro Martinez, Chris Sale has a chance Wednesday to break the record for consecutive starts with 10-plus strikeouts in a season. However, Martinez's eight-game streak in 1999 was slightly more dominant than Sale's two stretches.

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Kyle Schwarber's home run -- which left Wrigley Field and landed on Sheffield Avenue -- paced the league by 10 feet on Tuesday. Bryce Harper landed comfortably in second, followed by Michael Conforto, Kendrys Morales and Charlie Blackmon.

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Marlins CF Christian Yelich (hip) isn't in the starting lineup Wednesday vs. the Athletics. Yelich left Tuesday's game in the eighth inning due to the injury. Marcell Ozuna will slide over to center field and bat third.

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The Twins have only three swing-and-misses among 55 pitches against Chris Tillman, and they have two outs in the second inning. 4-0 MIN.

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Jon Lester has been dominant at Wrigley Field in his last 16 regular-season starts, going 12-0 with a 1.55 ERA. Bill Lee, Jon Lieber and Lon Warneke have had similar stretches at the Friendly Confines, but none of them had a lower ERA than Lester's.

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There are few surer things in baseball than Lance McCullers pitching well at Minute Maid Park. In AL history, only the White Sox's Doc White (32 starts from 1905-06) has had a longer streak of home starts with three or fewer earned runs allowed (Elias Sports Bureau).

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After knocking four runs in on Tuesday vs. the Phillies, Charlie Blackmon has 40 RBIs -- all from the leadoff spot -- in the Rockies' first 47 games of the season. That's the fewest team games to accumulate 40 RBIs from the leadoff spot since MLB began recording RBIs in 1920, per the Elias Sports Bureau. Ian Kinsler (2009) and Mookie Betts (2016) shared the previous record (52 games). (Photo: Ron Chenoy/USA TODAY Sports)

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Matt Harvey's effectiveness in the strike zone Tuesday showed major progress over his most recent starts, in which opponents lit him up on pitches over the plate.

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Ervin Santana has a 1.80 ERA in 10 starts this season. Since the franchise moved to Minnesota in 1961, only two Twins pitchers had an ERA that low through their first 10 starts of a season: Francisco Liriano (1.36 in 2006) and Scott Erickson (1.63 in 1991), according to the Elias Sports Bureau. (Photo: Bruce Kluckhohn/USA TODAY Sports)

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Including last night opposite Clayton Kershaw, Lance Lynn has been involved in each of the last three games in which both starting pitchers threw at least eight innings and allowed no more than three hits, per the Elias Sports Bureau. One came against Jordan Zimmermann on June 13, 2014; the other was a duel with Johnny Cueto on Sept. 11, 2014. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

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Michael Conforto led off Wednesday's game vs. the Padres with a home run and delivered a two-run single later in the frame. He's the first player in Mets history to lead off the first inning with a home run and get an RBI hit later that inning, per the Elias Sports Bureau. (Photo: Noah K. Murray/USA TODAY Sports)

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Joe Ross has had no shortage of run support from the Nationals' offense. In his first four starts this season, the Nats have outscored opponents 62-22.