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Los Angeles Dodgers' Max Scherzer reaches 3,000-strikeout milestone, pitches immaculate inning  —  LOS ANGELES — Max Scherzer had been anticipating his 3,000th career strikeout.  He had his family on hand, and Los Angeles Dodgers fans knew it was coming.  —  As if that wasn't enough history …
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Gabe Lacques / USA Today:
Scherzer, to the Max: Records 3,000th strikeout, immaculate inning and falls five outs shy of perfect game vs. Padres  —  Max Scherzer made history as only he can Sunday, recording his 3,000th career strikeout, pitching an immaculate inning and falling just five outs shy of a perfect game against the San Diego Padres.
Discussion: MLB.com and MLB Baseball News …
J.P. Hoornstra / Orange County Register:
Chris Taylor's glove helps Dodgers blank Padres  —  LOS ANGELES ― Not long ago, you could hold up Chris Taylor's season at just the right angle and see the Most Valuable Player of the Dodgers, if not the entire National League.  —  Much can change in little more than a month.
J.P. Hoornstra / Orange County Register:
Gavin Lux's return to Dodgers comes with a new position  —  Lux's first major league start in left field comes at Cody Bellinger's expense  —  LOS ANGELES ― Gavin Lux had an interesting couple of weeks at Triple-A. He saw time at four positions and designated hitter.  He did not commit an error.
Discussion: Press Enterprise
Alden Gonzalez / ESPN:
Source: Los Angeles Dodgers P Trevor Bauer's season is over as MLB administrative leave extended through postseason
ESPN:
New York Mets star Francisco Lindor settles spat with 3 HRs to help down New York Yankees  —  NEW YORK — Francisco Lindor whistled at the Yankees, and he sent the ball whistling over the wall — three times.  —  In the midst of a miserable first season with the Mets, Lindor kept alive …
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Deesha Thosar / New York Daily News:
Mets win after benches clear at Citi Field as Subway Series rivalry gets heated  —  Crosstown rivals in pennant races.  Pimping home runs.  Taunting.  Rowdy crowd.  Emotions running high.  Trolling.  Longest nine-inning game in Subway Series history.  —  Welcome to New York, baby.
Deesha Thosar / New York Daily News:
Yankees snap skid with 8-7 win over Mets, Aaron Judge hits 2 dingers  —  A wild back-and-forth affair in front of a sold-out Citi Field crowd tied the Subway Series at one win apiece.  —  All of the Yankees' offensive production arrived in a rush - they put up a five-spot in the second inning …
Discussion: Associated Press
Kevin Modesti / Daily Breeze:
Rams QB Matthew Stafford's long strikes beat Bears  —  INGLEWOOD — The Rams' toughest opponent Sunday night might not have been the Chicago Bears but the high expectations of SoFi Stadium's first regular-season crowd.  —  Matthew Stafford's arrival in a trade last winter had fans picturing …
Chris McCosky / Detroit News:
Tigers' Matthew Boyd back on IL, will seek further medical evaluations on his ailing elbow  —  Detroit — The Tigers aren't completely closing the door on Matthew Boyd pitching again this season, but the odds are stacked hard against that happening.  —  “He's going to see doctors next week,” manager AJ Hinch said Saturday.
Discussion: MLB Trade Rumors
Richard Guzman / Daily Breeze:
BeachLife Festival: Few worries, masks as fans return to hear live music  —  It didn't bother Marcela Gutierrez that she had to travel to Redondo Beach from her home in Reseda on Thursday to show her COVID-19 vaccination card.  And Gutierrez didn't care that she had to park a mile away …
Discussion: Press Enterprise
Brian Mahoney / Associated Press:
U.S. Open: Global citizens Fernandez, Raducanu have fans all over  —  NEW YORK — Emma Raducanu first met Leylah Fernandez at a tournament for players 12 and under, around the time one of Fernandez's teachers urged her to give up the tennis dream.  —  They shared a love of the game …
Jordan McPherson / Miami Herald:
Miami Marlins  —  Brian Anderson's 2021 season is officially over.  —  One day after saying he was still waiting on doctors' opinions regarding his left shoulder subluxation, the Miami Marlins' third baseman has elected to have season-ending surgery.  The surgery is scheduled for next week …
 
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