It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
Cleveland does it again, the Dodgers wait until the middle of the night to do their losing, and Nolan Arenado shows off.
J.D. Martinez hits four homers, the Dodgers keeping losing, Giancarlo Stanton does actual damage, and the Indians reach a dozen in a row.
CC Sabathia carries the Yankees like the old days, the Dodgers are mortal, the Twins are rolling, and Kendrys Morales went deep thrice.
It might be scoreboard-watching time for the 2001 Mariners.
Chad Bettis returns from cancer treatment with seven shutout innings, Rafael Devers keeps doing remarkable things, and Giancarlo Stanton breaks a Marlins record.
Mike Trout does Mike Trout things on his birthday, Bryce Harper keeps pace, Javier Baez does it the hard way, and Andrew McCutchen lays out.
Somehow the Braves have the Dodgers’ number, Jeremy Hellickson had a great Orioles debut, Dellin Betances was immaculate, and Joey Gallo did what he does best.
Oakland sends Sonny Gray to New York for a trio of prospects, as the Yankees load up for a playoff run.
Kansas City is making another run, Giancarlo Stanton and Hunter Renfroe hit two apiece, Bartolo Colon stays alive, and Cody Bellinger keeps the Dodgers winning.
The Diamondbacks add another big bat to the lineup, snagging J.D. Martinez from the Tigers for a trio of prospects.
Carlos Beltran was gloveless in Seattle, Ryan Zimmerman set a franchise record, Jon Lester did it all, and Giancarlo Stanton did what he does best, twice.
There were plenty of on-field fireworks on the Fourth of July.
Cleveland storms back, Yasiel Puig shows off his arm, Javier Baez makes two wow plays, and the Cubs almost blow it.
Cody Bellinger breaks records, Clayton Kershaw has an off night, the Marlins walk it off, and Anthony Rizzo plays the leadoff role again.