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William Weinbaum ESPN 

As the Astros debuted safety netting extensions Mon., the Braves announced plans via Twitter to extend netting by the end of Sept. Since a toddler's May 29 head injuries at Houston on a foul liner, 3 teams — the Astros, Chisox & Nationals — have installed new netting, and 7 — the Blue Jays, Braves, Dodgers, Orioles, Pirates, Rangers & Royals — have publicly committed to it, totaling 1/3 of MLB's 30 teams.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Shohei Ohtani today has a triple, a single, a stolen base, a walk and an RBI. FanGraphs has him as precisely a 2-win player in 88 games as only a designated hitter. He's slashing 303/363/527 with 16 homers and 11 stolen bases, 1 more than he had in 16 more games last year.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

The Red Sox released the following medical update on Chris Sale: "Dr. Andrews confirmed that Sale has inflammation in his left elbow and treated it with a platelet-rich plasma injection. Dr. Andrews also recommended a period of shutdown from throwing. Sale will be re-evaluated in six weeks."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Cody Bellinger, platooned when it mattered most last season, has 15 home runs against lefties this year, more than anyone in the sport. He is slashing 306/415/653 against them.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Jack Flaherty since July 7: 50 1/3 innings, 25 hits, 0.89 ERA. Cards have won 5 of his last 6 starts.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Javy Baez discuss the day at the LLWS.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Astros beat the A's 4-1 and Zack Greinke picks up his 200th career victory, joining CC Sabathia and Justin Verlander as active pitchers with 200 wins. That's one step closer to the Hall of Fame for Greinke, who has pretty similar career numbers to the just-elected Roy Halladay: Greinke: 200-122, 3.36 ERA, 125 ERA+, 65.5 WAR Halladay: 203-105, 3.38 ERA, 131 ERA+, 65.4 WAR

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Pete Alonso smashes his 40th home run -- a new National League record for rookies, breaking Cody Bellinger's mark set in 2017. Next up: Mark McGwire's 49 from 1987 and then Aaron Judge's record of 52, also set in 2017. He's also one away from tying the Mets' franchise record of 41, shared by Todd Hundley and Carlos Beltran.