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Con­sec­u­tive score­less starts for Dodgers right-han­der Zack Greinke, above, af­ter he went eight in­nings Thurs­day against the Phillies. Greinke, who has not al­lowed a run in 352/ 3 in­nings, low­ered his sea­son ERA to an MLB-best 1.39.

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Con­sec­u­tive home vic­to­ries for Mar­lins right-han­der Jose Fer­nan­dez dat­ing from 2013 af­ter he threw seven score­less in­nings Thurs­day against the Reds. Fer­nan­dez tied the mod­ern record of Yan­kees starter Johnny Allen (1932-33) for the most con­sec­u­tive home wins to start a ca­reer.

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In­di­ans starters with at least 100 strike­outs be­fore the al­ls­tar break, set­ting a new MLB record. Trevor Bauer reached the mile­stone Wed­nes­day against Hous­ton, join­ing team­mates Corey Klu­ber, Car­los Car­rasco and Danny Salazar.

MARK J. TERRILL/AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS

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