D-backs homer 3 times in rout of Dodgers

Robbie Ray out-pitched Alex Wood, and the D-Backs slugged three home runs at Dodger Stadium Tuesday night in an 8-0 win over the Dodgers, whose losing streak reached four games.

Arrieta, Bryant make history in Cubs’ win

Jake Arrieta made history with his 20th win of the season, but Kris Bryant jumped into his spotlight with his record-breaking home run in a 4-0 victory over the Brewers on Tuesday night. The win leaves Chicago two games behind Pittsburgh in the hunt for the NL’s top Wild Card spot but improves its magic ...

Mets fall to Braves, but so does magic number

For the first time since he began subbing for the superstars in New York’s rotation, Logan Verrett was unable to make the Mets forget about Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom. Verrett gave up four runs in the fifth inning Tuesday at Citi Field, including a three-run homer to Hector Olivera, dropping the Mets to a ...

Grizzlies win Triple-A National Championship

The Fresno Grizzlies brought the Minor League season to an end on Tuesday night, shutting out the Columbus Clippers, 7-0, to win the Triple-A National Championship.It was all Fresno (85-59) from the onset of the game, as the Pacific Coast Champions jumped out to a commanding lead.

Bautista’s arm slows down two Yankees rallies

Twice the Yankees tested Jose Bautista’s arm, and twice the Blue Jays’ right fielder made them pay. Bautista nailed New York baserunners with a pair of rocket throws in the seventh and ninth innings of Toronto’s 6-4 loss to the Yankees on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.

Phillies ride Asche’s two HRs past Marlins

Aaron Harang shut down the Marlins for his second strong outing at Marlins Park in exactly one month and Cody Asche belted two homers, as the Phillies defeated Miami, 6-2, in Tuesday’s series opener.

Rapid Reaction: Cubs 4, Brewers 0

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Bryant sets Cubs’ single-season rookie HR record

In Tuesday’s 4-0 win, Kris Bryant launched the first pitch from the Brewers’ Tyler Cravy with two outs and one on in the third for his 26th home run. Bryant now holds the team’s single-season record for most home runs by a rookie, which Hall of Famer Billy Williams set in 1961.

Podcast: Cubs’ hitting coach talks young hitters

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Zoo animals turn Wrigley into wild kingdom

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