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Wearing orange and black instead of blue and orange, Harvey (3-3) gave up a season-high seven runs and eight hits in 4 1/3 innings with one walk and four strikeouts. His ERA rose from 3.60 to 4.81 as the last-place Orioles lost for the fifth time in six games.Oakland Athletics MLB Design Face Coverings

"I was falling in love with it. Twenty-five cents on the underdog would win me like 16 bucks," Romero said. "It was incredible.New York Yankees MLB Design Face Coverings

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With so much tension filling the later innings of what should have been a blowout and the Dodgers barely hanging on, there seemed to be more relief than satisfaction after a win.

He had to rely on getting soft contact because Miley didn’t appear as if he would be able to stick around to pitch all nine innings. He was already at 96 pitches through seven but threw just 11 in the eighth and eight in the ninth, retiring the side in order on a flyout by Rene Rivera, a three-pitch strikeout of Cesar Hernandez, and, finally, a weak groundout by Jordan Luplow to shortstop Kyle Farmer for the final out.Los Angeles Angels MLB Design Face Coverings

“The protocol is through the league. I’m not sure when we’ll get him back.”

The 2021 MLB Draft is set to take place on July 11, and it will be headlined by two Vanderbilt pitchers in Jack Leiter and Kumar Rocker. Both are bound to be taken off the board within the top-four selections to either the Pittsburgh Pirates (No. 1), Texas Rangers (No. 2), Detroit Tigers (No. 3), or Boston Red Sox (No. 4), but how are they doing so far this collegiate season? For Kumar, things are going pretty great. Just check out his latest outing for the Commodores.

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Apparently it wasn't enough that Shohei Ohtani pitched seven innings of one-run ball and struck out 10 Houston Astros hitters while serving as the Los Angeles Angels' No. 2 hitter on Tuesday night. In the bottom of the eighth, with the score tied and his spot due up in the next half-inning, Ohtani also checked in as the Angels' right fielder.Milwaukee Brewers MLB Design Face Coverings