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METS 6, Marlins 5 (Game 1): Javier Báez sprinted home for the gameending run on Michael Conforto’s single, earning cheers from a fanbase he insulted days earlier in New York’s win.
Marlins at METS (Game 2), late: New York has slugged .381 this season. Pete Alonso leads the team with a mark of .501. Miami has a collective .235 average this season.
Cardinals at REDS, ppd.: The game scheduled for Tuesday night was postponed because of heavy rain. The game will be made up Wednesday as part of a split doubleheader. The first game will start at 1:10 p.m.
Phillies at NATIONALS, late: Bryce Harper homered in the first inning and Philadelphia beat Washington 7-4 Monday night to stretch their winning streak to four games.
Orioles at BLUE JAYS, late: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit two homers and raised his season total to 38, Robbie Ray pitched seven innings for his first win in six starts, and Toronto beat Baltimore 7-3 Monday night.
Athletics at TIGERS, late: Detroit is 34-33 on its home turf. Oakland is 35-28 on the road. The Athletics won the last meeting 3-2 on April 18. Lou Trivino earned his first victory.
Red Sox at RAYS, late: Wander Franco extended his on-base streak 30 games with a two-run single, Luis Patiño pitched neatly into the sixth inning, and AL East-leading Tampa Bay beat Boston 6-1 Monday night.
Rockies at RANGERS, late: A.J. Alexy won his major league debut pitching one-hit ball through five shutout innings while DJ Peters, Leody Taveras and Nick Solak homered as Texas hung on to beat Colorado 4-3 on Monday.
Cleveland at ROYALS, late: Kansas City is 32-31 on its home turf. Cleveland has gone 29-34 away from home. Cleveland won the last meeting 14-6 on July 10.
Cubs at TWINS, late: Minnesota is 32-34 on its home turf. Twins hitters have posted a team on-base percentage of .314 this season. Chicago is 24-43 on the road.
Pirates at WHITE SOX, late: Chicago is 44-24 on its home turf. Pittsburgh is 20-45 on the road. The White Sox won the last meeting 4-3 on June 23. Dylan Cease earned his sixth victory for Chicago.
Yankees at ANGELS, late: Shohei Ohtani hit his major-league leading 42nd home run, Jack Mayfield connected for his first career grand slam and Los Angeles beat New York 8-7 Monday.
Padres at D-BACKS, late: Chris Paddack gave up one run over 42⁄ nnings in
3 his return from the injured list, Fernando Tatis Jr. added a homer, double and three RBIs, and San Diego held on to beat Arizona 7-5 on Monday night.
Brewers at GIANTS, late: Corbin Burnes struck out nine while tossing scoreless ball into the seventh and singled home a run as Milwaukee beat San Francisco 3-1 on Monday night.
Astros at MARINERS, late: Jake Meyers had the last of three singles as part of Houston’s eighth-inning rally against former teammate Joe Smith and sending the Astros over Seattle 4-3 on Monday night.
Braves at DODGERS, late: Julio Urías earned his major league-leading 15th victory and Los Angeles slugged four homers to beat Atlanta 5-3 Monday night, ending the Braves’ franchiserecord 13-game road winning streak.