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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Yu Darvish (triceps) is headed out from Cincinnati to make a rehab start with South Bend (Class A) on Monday.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs moves: Tyler Chatwood has left the team to be with his wife who's in labor. Mike Montgomery will start today. Kris Bryant has a sore left shoulder and is day to day. He won't play Sunday. The Cubs have optioned Luke Farrell and DL'd Rob Zastryzny (back) replacing them with Justin Hancock and Cory Mazzoni. The Bryant injury is described as wear and tear on the shoulder.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's something you don't see every day: The Dodgers got six RBIs from pinch-hitters in their 8-3 win as Matt Kemp hit a grand slam and Chris Taylor had a two-run double. Also, Clayton Kershaw returned, Max Muncy stayed incredible with another home run and the Dodgers are 24-9 since that 16-26 start.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mariners, trying to snap a five-game skid, take a 5-0 lead when Kyle Seager beats pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez to first base and Mitch Haniger comes around from second base to score. Is this a bad time to mention the Mariners have blown 5-run leads in two of their past three games?

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Anthony Rizzo discuss the Cubs 11-2 loss to Cincinnati, the team's third consecutive defeat to the Reds.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Interesting replay overturn in Boston: The Red Sox had apparently tied the game on a bases-loaded wild pitch, but the Mariners appealed and it was ruled Rafael Devers had swung at the pitch and the ball glanced off his foot, making it a dead ball and the runners forced to return to their bases. Devers then grounded out to end the inning.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper continues to scuffle through the worst month of his career, hitting .149 in June with a .505 OPS. His SO rates by month: April, 17%; May, 24%; June, 30%.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Last season, Domingo Santana led the Brewers in wOBA while hitting 30 home runs. Today, he was sent down to Triple-A. It will be interesting to see what the Brewers do with him. He's great depth insurance if somebody gets injured, but he's also an attractive trade chip.