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2019 Schedule
63-34, 1st in NL West
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Harper's 5 RBIs, walk-off double thwart Dodgers

Bryce Harper hit a two-run double off Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen with one out in the bottom of the ninth -- after pinch hitter Matt Beaty hit a three-run homer off Philadelphia closer Hector Neris in the top half -- rallying the Phillies to a 9-8 win.

Bellinger hits 34th HR of the season in Dodgers' loss (0:27)
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BBTN: Mets' Woes, Pitching Market, Numbers Game

Buster talks to Jon Sciambi about the continued downward spiral of the Mets and the pitching market (10:46). Plus, he sounds off on baseball's perceived "home run problem." Marly Rivera also discusses Vlad Guerrero Jr.'s struggles and the dominance of the Dodgers (40:24). And, "The Numbers Game" with Sarah Langs (33:22).

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2dCraig Edwards

The key second-half player for all 30 teams

Whether it's a star who needs to step up or a prospect to watch the rest of the way, every team has someone who could define their season.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

A day after a foul ball struck a child at Kauffman Stadium, the Royals said Mon. they'll extend safety netting — KC is the 7th team to announce such plans since a chilling nationally televised episode in Houston May 29 when a Cubs foul liner past third base injured a toddler. The White Sox installed netting to the foul poles — a first — and the Nationals to nearly the poles. The Dodgers, Pirates & Orioles said they'll lengthen netting and the Rangers unveiled extensions for their new ballpark opening in 2020. All 30 parks have netting to at least the far ends of the dugouts, but several fans have been injured since May 29 and pressure is mounting for more protection.

Turner confused by Phillies pitcher's ejection (0:40)
Bellinger, Muncy club back-to-back homers (0:42)
Bellinger lifts a towering homer (0:26)
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BBTN: Angels No-Hitter, Weekend Trades, Cap Talk

Before hearing from Cody Bellinger and Mookie Betts (40:38), Buster talks to Tim Kurkjian about an unforgettable Friday night for the Angels, weekend trades and the amazing Fernando Tatis Jr. (11:55). Plus, a Chicago White Sox edition of "Cap Talk" with Todd Radom (32:04).

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Dodgers beat Red Sox in 12 innings on Muncy's RBI walk

Max Muncy drew a bases-loaded walk and Alex Verdugo had an RBI single during a three-run 12th inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Boston Red Sox 7-4 Sunday night in another late-night showdown of last year's pennant winners.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's what David Price told me about Hyun-Jin Ryu: "I definitely admire what he has done this year. He's throwing the ball extremely well. Over the couple of hundred pitches I've seen him throw this year, I don't think I've seen him throw one pitch down the middle of the plate. He is out there just aiming small and missing small. As a pitcher, you respect that."

Perez, Kurkjian disagree on top team for power rankings (1:14)

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's what Kiké Hernández told me in reaction to Alex Cora's Instagram post: "Our country is going through a difficult and unfortunate situation. Like Alex said on his post, these things involve persons that were elected by the Puerto Rican people. I understand that we all have a private life, but as the governor, when you are someone who is in charge and who has so much power, these types of things shouldn't happen. That's all I'll say. Now I'll just shut up and swing the bat."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's my translation of Alex Cora's Instagram post, reacting to a scandal surrounding leaked profanity-laden messages by the governor of Puerto Rico, and also to the recent FBI arrests of former top officials on corruption charges: "My platform is unique; I‘ve used it many times to tell the world where I come from. I am Puerto Rican, and I am very proud of my roots. During this journey, I have been transparent, and more so when it comes to OUR Puerto Rico, that's why I'm writing this today. If it was hard to watch Maria hit from afar, knowing the only one in control was God, it's even worse for me today as I see, read, and watch everything going on back home, knowing that throughout all of this, those that had or have control were elected by our people. I am disillusioned, angry, and worried about everything going on at home. I start thinking about what will happen to my people in the future if things go on this way. At the same time, I am anxious to see what tomorrow will bring, if we do the right thing. We should be, and I know we can be better; we have more than enough talent to do so. The only thing left to do, and we have done it before, is to play for the same team, stay on the same page, fight on, battle on, and never give up. We all have to pull for the same side and show not only the whole world, but also those who have put us in this situation, that #YoNoMeQuito (I won't give up) and ‘Yes, we can.'"

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Alex Cora spoke to me today about his Instagram post, reacting to a scandal surrounding leaked profanity-laden messages by the governor of Puerto Rico, as well as the recent FBI arrests of former top officials on corruption charges. Cora, as well as Dodgers outfielder Kiké Hernández, said they were ashamed by the situation, and worried about Puerto Rico's reputation.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Here's more of what David Price told me about how the Red Sox have performed this season: "We haven't played our best brand of baseball yet. Last year, we did everything exceptionally well. Whether it was pitching, defense, hitting, situational hitting, base running. This year, we haven't synched up yet. To be where we are record-wise, especially after the way we started, I am okay with where we are at."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

This is what David Price told me has been the difference between how the Dodgers have performed vs how the Red Sox have performed: "Their starting pitching has thrown the ball exceptionally well. We as a group haven't thrown to our capability yet. And look at Cody Bellinger, the season that he is having. They're doing stuff we did last year. One through 25 on the roster. Everybody had their hand in it. That's what the Dodgers have been doing this year and that's what we look forward to getting back to."

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.40
Quality Starts55
WHIP1.09
BAA.225
Runs523
Batting Average.264
On Base Percentage.343
Slugging Percentage.472