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On deck for MLB’s 2nd half: Trades, playoff races and prizes

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SAN FRANCISCO — Across the globe, everybody is watching Shohei Ohtani in awe and intrigue. ...

Alonso bests Mancini, Ohtani for 2nd straight HR Derby title

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DENVER — Pete Alonso danced to his second straight Home Run Derby title, besting Shohei Ohtani, Trey Mancini and Juan Soto on a night...

Year since Washington change, Native sports imagery evolving

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Washington will not have any kind of Native American imagery as part of its next name, and the subject is still evolving across sports...

From Spider Tack to Shohei’s homers, MLB 1st half intrigues

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The Boston Red Sox and San Francisco Giants are better than just about anyone expected. The Washington Nationals and Minnesota Twins have unexpectedly struggled. ...

On the rise: Tatis, Guerrero among young stars lifting game

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DENVER — The gold-plated necklace Fernando Tatis Jr. wore for the All-Star festivities was both flashy and eye-catching — just like his game. ...

Phillies’ Nola, 3 teammates go on COVID-19 injured list

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BOSTON — Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola was scratched from his start Sunday at Boston and placed on the COVID-19 injured list along with three...

Marlins’ López sets MLB mark with 9 strikeouts to open game

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MIAMI — Miami Marlins right-hander Pablo López set a major league record with nine strikeouts to start Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Braves. ...

Marlins’ López Ks MLB-mark 9 in a row at start, tops Braves

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MIAMI — Marlins right-hander Pablo López set a major league record by striking out the first nine batters to start a game, pitching Miami...

Difo hit in 9th caps 5-run comeback as Pirates edge Mets 6-5

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NEW YORK — Wilmer Difo’s tiebreaking single in the ninth inning capped Pittsburgh's biggest comeback of the season, and the Pirates rallied from an...

Torreyes homers, Philly bullpen shines in 5-4 win over BoSox

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BOSTON — Ronald Torreyes hit a three-run homer, Philadelphia used six pitchers after losing its scheduled starter to COVID-19, and the Phillies hung on...