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Mets beat O's Harvey, extend streak to 7

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NEW YORK (AP) Matt Harvey walked onto the Citi Field mound for the first time in 3 years, 9 days, his brown eyes darting around the stadium where he became a star and left in ignominy.

"There's been so many ups and downs here at this ballpark and with this organization that I didn't really know what to expect," he said later. "What the fans gave me out there was pretty incredible. I was holding back tears."

Harvey received three standing ovations, but his outing for Baltimore was no better than his final performances for New York. Pitching against against the Mets for the first time, Harvey allowed Kevin Pillar's two-run triple in a three-run second inning that carried New York over the Orioles 7-1 on Wednesday for a seven-game winning streak.

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Yankees send Cole to face nemesis Rays

When Gerrit Cole takes the mound Wednesday night in St. Petersburg, Fla., the New York Yankees' ace will be looking to exact some revenge on the home club.

The Yankees will be playing the middle contest of their second three-game series against Tampa Bay in Florida, and the Rays haven't exactly been a welcoming host to their rivals from the Bronx.

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Virus-depleted Padres make bevy of moves

DENVER (AP) The virus-depleted San Diego Padres made a series of moves Wednesday to bolster a lineup that is missing outfielder Wil Myers and shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. after they tested positive for the coronavirus.

Myers was added to the injured list before a doubleheader against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. Joining him was first baseman Eric Hosmer, who's out due to Major League Baseball's contact tracing health and safety protocols.

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MLB tells A's to explore relocation

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Major League Baseball instructed the Athletics to explore relocation options as the team tries to secure a new waterfront ballpark it hopes will keep the club in Oakland long-term.

MLB released a statement Tuesday expressing its longtime determination that the current Coliseum site is "not a viable option for the future vision of baseball."

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Lux's 3-run homer in 8th rallies Dodgers

LOS ANGELES (AP) Gavin Lux hit a dramatic three-run homer in the eighth inning and the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers rallied late for a 6-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.

Lux pounded his chest and gestured to his dugout while his first homer of the season landed in the right-field bleachers for the defending World Series champions, who opened a nine-game homestand with just their sixth win in 21 games.

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DeGrom plays catch, studies mechanics

NEW YORK (AP) Mets ace Jacob deGrom resumed playing catch and plans to evaluate his mechanics after New York placed him on the 10-day injured list Tuesday because of tightness in his right side.

The two-time NL Cy Young Award winner hopes his IL stint will be brief.

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Ohtani, McCullers duel in Astros' win

HOUSTON (AP) From pitching to hitting to playing right field, Shohei Ohtani did a little bit of everything for the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday night.

But a strong performance from Lance McCullers Jr. combined with a late surge by Houston's offense kept the Angels and their two-way star from getting a win.

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Bieber tops Cubs, extends strikeout mark

CLEVELAND (AP) On a night when Shane Bieber's pitch count climbed much faster than his strikeout total, he still came out on top.

That's why he's an ace, an All-Star and the reigning Cy Young winner.

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Abreu homers, White Sox win 4th straight

CHICAGO (AP) Jose Abreu hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the sixth inning and the Chicago White Sox won their fourth straight, 9-3 over the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday night.

Abreu went deep to left center on the first pitch he saw from Jorge Alcala (0-1) for his seventh homer. He narrowly missed another one in the third when Max Kepler reached over the right-center wall to catch Abreu's drive. The AL MVP had two hits and scored three runs.

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