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The Major League Baseball All-Star Game presented by MasterCard is nearly three weeks away and the race for the third outfield spot is tightening, as revealed in the fourth installment of the Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot fan voting update for National League starters released Monday.

The Marlins’ Marcell Ozuna surpassed the Braves’ Matt Kemp, who sits just behind the Cubs’ Ben Zobrist for fourth on the outfielder leaderboard. All three players find themselves neck-and-neck with the Cubs’ Jason Heyward for the final starting position while Miami slugger Giancarlo Stanton is also not far behind.
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Here are the latest results:
1. Buster Posey, Giants: 1,890,039
2. Willson Contreras, Cubs: 957,933
3. Yadier Molina, Cardinals: 857,109
4. Matt Wieters, Nationals: 573,072
5. Yasmani Grandal, Dodgers: 525,432
Posey has extended his lead ahead of the field with an excellent performance at the plate over the past seven days, going 8-for-20 (.400) with a homer, three doubles and two RBIs. Contreras had a nice week as well, collecting six hits and six RBIs in 18 at-bats (.333), but is struggling to keep pace with the Giants backstop, who is bidding for his fifth All-Star appearance.
1. Ryan Zimmerman, Nationals: 1,404,251
2. Anthony Rizzo, Cubs: 1,247,219
3. Paul Goldschmidt, D-backs: 828,361
4. Freddie Freeman, Braves: 637,030
5. Joey Votto, Reds: 517,833
Rizzo has been scorching hot since being inserted into the leadoff spot, batting .417 with three home runs and eight RBIs over the past week, but hasn’t been able to eat into Zimmerman’s hold on the top spot. The Nationals first baseman hit .208 over the past seven days, but clubbed two home runs and drove in five runs.
1. Daniel Murphy, Nationals: 2,365,180
2. Javier Baez, Cubs: 1,328,917
3. DJ LeMahieu, Rockies: 401,768
4. Brandon Phillips, Braves: 350,150
5. Kolten Wong, Cardinals: 285,496
Murphy racked up 12 hits in 28 at-bats to hit a blistering .429 since the last voting update to keep a stronghold on the top spot among second basemen. Not much has changed throughout the rest of the top five, but LeMahieu is doing his best to earn more votes, hitting .452 with six RBIs this past week while helping the red-hot Rockies improve to 20 games over .500.
1. Kris Bryant, Cubs: 1,603,326
2. Nolan Arenado, Rockies: 1,300,612
3. Justin Turner, Dodgers: 747,659
4. Anthony Rendon, Nationals: 635,838
5. Jake Lamb, D-backs: 564,447
No third baseman had a better week than Arenado, who capped off a magnificent seven days with a walk-off three-run home run on Sunday to finish off a Father’s Day cycle. Colorado’s artist at the hot corner batted .394 with nine RBIs while Turner hit .400 with a homer and three RBIs throughout the week. Bryant had a down week, bating .200 with a homer and an RBI, but still paces the field by a decent margin.
1. Zack Cozart, Reds: 1,465,327
2. Corey Seager, Dodgers: 1,143,767
3. Addison Russell, Cubs: 967,495
4. Trea Turner, Nationals: 652,507
5. Chris Owings, D-backs: 541,960
Cozart, who is vying for his first All-Star honor, played in just three games over the week because of a quad injury, but picked up two hits in five at-bats on Sunday to raise his batting average back up to .320. The 31-year-old still paces the position in the NL with a .966 OPS.
1. Bryce Harper, Nationals: 2,827,330
2. Charlie Blackmon, Rockies: 2,259,867
3. Jason Heyward, Cubs: 973,333
4. Ben Zobrist, Cubs: 887,804
5. Marcell Ozuna, Marlins: 871,393
6. Matt Kemp, Braves: 835,324
7. Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins: 823,558
8. Kyle Schwarber, Cubs: 775,212
9. Yoenis Cespedes, Mets: 576,463
10. Adam Duvall, Reds: 532,243
11. Dexter Fowler, Cardinals: 490,136
12. Jayson Werth, Nationals: 457,714
13. Jay Bruce, Mets: 432,805
14. Yasiel Puig, Dodgers: 430,423
15. Billy Hamilton, Reds: 367,684
Harper, who leads all NL outfielders with a 1.028 OPS, is closing in on 3 million votes as he continues his quest for a fifth career All-Star selection. Harper has had a resurgent 2017, batting .318 with 17 home runs and 51 RBIs in 62 games for the first-place Nationals.
Blackmon has shown no signs of slowing down, and while he may have a tough time catching Harper in the ballot race, he’s arguably been just as good. The 30-year-old leads all Major Leaguers with 95 hits and all NL outfielders with a .610 slugging percentage.
Despite a relatively stagnant leaderboard from a week ago, it’s Ozuna who has continued his ascent while pushing for a starting role and his second All-Star selection. The 26-year-old went 6-for-18 (.333) with three home runs during the past seven days to leapfrog Kemp and inch toward Zobrist.
The competition for the final starting spot will be one to monitor as the Midsummer Classic nears, with more than five players in position to grab it.
Fans may cast votes for starters at and all 30 club sites — on computers, tablets and smartphones — exclusively online using the 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot until Thursday, June 29, at 11:59 p.m. ET. On smartphones and tablets, fans can also access the ballot via the At Bat and Ballpark mobile apps. Vote up to five times in any 24-hour period for a maximum of 35 ballots cast.
Following the announcement of the 2017 All-Star starters, reserves and pitchers, fans should return to and cast their 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Final Vote for the final player on each league’s All-Star roster. Then on Tuesday, July 11, while watching the 2017 All-Star Game presented by MasterCard live on FOX, fans may visit to submit their choices for the Ted Williams Most Valuable Player Award presented by Chevrolet with the 2017 MLB All-Star Game MVP Vote.
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CLEVELAND — After dominating the Golden State Warriors with a wire-to-wire 137-116 victory in a must-win Game 4 of the NBA Finals, several Cleveland Cavaliers players said the Warriors’ “chatter” leading up to Friday fueled their performance.

In other words, Draymond Green’s mouth got Golden State in trouble again.

“You add, of course, some chatter in there, and that adds some extra motivation,” said Kyrie Irving after leading all scorers with 40 points. “And you give us a day in between, and we were ready to come out. Especially me, because that taste wouldn’t have been the same if we would have lost tonight and they would have celebrated on our home floor. So I’ll just leave that at that.”

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Irving was referring to an interview Green gave Thursday, when he openly relished in the seeming inevitability of the Warriors winning their second championship in three years on Cleveland’s home court.

“It will be very satisfying to do that,” Green said, responding to a reporter’s hypothetical question. “You know, we obviously won it here before. It’s a great feeling, winning on somebody else’s floor, celebrating on their floor, celebrating in their locker room, quieting their crowd. As an athlete, one of the best feelings is going into enemy territory and just silencing their crowd. So it’ll be a great feeling.

“But at the end of the day, it don’t matter where you win at, as long as you can win it. The opportunity is win it here, so you want to take advantage of that. Try to close it out as soon as you can.”

A win would have not only crowned the Warriors as champs but also cemented their place in history as the first team to have a 16-0 postseason. Instead, the Cavs played their best game of the season, setting Finals records for most 3-pointers made (24), most points in any quarter (49) and in a half (86). And they did it with Green’s comments dancing in their heads.

“I didn’t hear it, but some of the other guys heard it and told me that that they wanted to celebrate on our floor once again, and they wanted to spray champagne in our locker rooms,” said LeBron James, who put up 31 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for his record-setting ninth Finals triple-double. “And I think it came from Draymond, which is OK. That’s Dray anyway.”

Green and James are business associates. Green is signed to James’ multimedia content platform, Uninterrupted, as a contributor and podcast host. The pair were featured in an Uninterrupted video titled “The Shop,” released Friday featuring a 30-minute, free-flowing conversation among James, Green and friends in a barbershop setting.
Kyrie Irving and LeBron James both spoke after Game 4 about Draymond Green’s comments from Thursday, in which Green said “it will be very satisfying” to win a title on Cleveland’s home court. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images
The talk in Game 4 was far less congenial.

“It’s the Finals,” Tristan Thompson said. “Guys are going to talk. We’re going to respond, but they aren’t going to punk us. Not me. They’re not about to punk Tristan Thompson. You got the game f—ed up with that one. You can talk all you want, but I’m definitely going to bark back. That’s just how I’m built.”

The back-and-forth spilled over to the sidelines, where Cavs reserve Dahntay Jones received a technical foul in the second quarter when he wasn’t even in the game for jawing with Kevin Durant.

“I’m standing my ground,” Jones said. “He comes to me and is saying something disrespectful. I speak to him, they T me up. OK. Fall in love with the superstars. That’s cool. That’s fine. Did y’all watch Draymond Green talk behind the ref’s back to Tristan Thompson? As soon as the ref turns his back, he’s got something to say.”
Jones showed no remorse in costing his team a point (Stephen Curry made the technical free throw) without even being in the game.

“I’m sure, it’s a room full of men here, if somebody disrespects you to your face, to turn the other cheek and not say anything is really not going to happen 90 percent of the time,” Jones said. “So, I stood my ground. But he did walk over to me. And somehow he didn’t get it reciprocated [with a technical foul]. That’s fine, though. That’s the type of attitude we have to have as a team.”

After making the first step to climb back in the series at 3-1, the Cavs felt emboldened to talk back.

“We see everything. I’ll be sitting up here lying saying that I didn’t see it,” Irving said. “But I relish in that challenge. I know my teammates do as well. So it’s been going back and forth all season, and now we’re in the Finals and everything is just pinpointed. … But definitely heard the chatter.”

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BALTIMORE — The next time the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox meet, summer will be winding down and football season will almost be here.

Until then, each team will do its best to be in contention when the next series between these AL East foes gets under way.

Andrew Benintendi hit two home runs, Chris Sale pitched six innings to earn his sixth straight win and Boston beat Baltimore 7-3 Sunday for a split of the four-game series.

The Red Sox broke a sixth-inning tie by scoring two unearned runs on a throwing error by catcher Francisco Pena, and Benintendi’s second homer made it 6-3 in the seventh.

With the victory, the Red Sox improved to 6-7 against the Orioles. Nearly a quarter of Boston’s first 56 games were against Baltimore, but the teams won’t play again until Aug. 25.

That’s why the Red Sox were delighted to win the final two games to get a split.

“We’re neck-and-neck with this team and this division is going to be bunched up for the foreseeable future,” Boston manager John Farrell said. “To get out of here even instead of being down 3-1, it’s a big swing day for us.”

Speaking of big swings, Benintendi hit two solo shots before adding an RBI single in the ninth. It was the first career multihomer game for the rookie, who entered in a 1-for-21 skid.

“He has a gift of being a very even-tempered guy,” Farrell said. “Through these couple of dry spells, he’s kept his head on his shoulders.”

Sale (7-2) struck out nine to increase his major-league leading total to 119. The left-hander is 6-0 in his last seven starts, a streak that began with a win over Baltimore on May 2.

His outing came on the heels of a similarly effective outing by David Price on Saturday night.

“Winning those first two games and trying to take a shot at those two guys, it’s a challenge,” Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.

Chris Tillman (1-3) kept the Orioles even until the sixth. After a single and two walks loaded the bases with one out, Sandy Leon struck out. With Deven Marrero at the plate, Tillman bounced an 0-2 pitch that glanced off Pena’s shoulder and into his glove.

As Mitch Moreland edged down the line, Pena launched a throw that sailed wide of third base, allowing Moreland and Jackie Bradley Jr. to score.

“I just tried to be too quick, tried to put a perfect throw, and I messed it up,” Pena said.

After Boston jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, Sale yielded three runs and three hits in the bottom half. Chris Davis drove in two runs with an opposite-field single to left and scored on a double by Jonathan Schoop, the first of his three hits.

“I really had to kind of refocus after that and not let my emotions get the best of me,” Sale said.

Benintendi tied it with his sixth home run, the first in 81 at-bats since May 7.


Boston leadoff batter Mookie Betts got his 500th career hit with a swinging bunt to open the game. He is the seventh Red Sox player in the last 100 years to reach the 500-mark before his 25th birthday.


Veteran broadcaster Fred Manfra called his final game, bringing an end to a 25-year run with the Orioles. A native of East Baltimore, Manfra grew up listening to Hall of Fame broadcaster Chuck Thompson and joined the Orioles radio team in 1993.


Later Sunday, the Orioles acquired infielder Rub�n Tejada from the New York Yankees in a deal for cash considerations. He was assigned to Triple-A Norfolk.

Red Sox: LHP Brian Johnson left his Triple A start on Saturday night with a cramp in his right hamstring. He’s an option to fill the void in the rotation left by Eduardo Rodriguez being placed on the disabled list.

Orioles: C Welington Castillo (testicular injury) played catch in the outfield. He’s eligible to come off the DL on June 10, but not before a rehabilitation assignment. “You don’t want to test it out in a big league game,” Showalter said.


Red Sox: After a day off, Boston sends Drew Pomeranz (5-3, 4.24 ERA) to the mound in the opener of a three-game series at Yankees Stadium on Tuesday.

Orioles: Following a day off Monday, the Orioles and Kevin Gausman (3-4, 5.92) open a two-game interleague series against the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates.

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CLEVELAND — In the middle of an absolute chaotic sixth inning in Thursday’s 8-0 Indians win over the A’s at Progressive Field, the outfield sprinklers came on for about 42 seconds, resulting in a break in play and a standing ovation from the 19,767 in attendance.

The sprinklers automatically kicking on was icing on the cake, as the game had gotten completely out of hand in the inning after what initially appeared to be a pitcher’s duel between Indians ace Corey Kluber and Athletics right-hander Jharel Cotton.
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The Indians began the inning by loading the bases with no outs on a single, a walk and an error. They ended up scoring three runs on a walk, a bloop single and a double-challenge that ended in the team’s favor. Just when things couldn’t get much worse, the sprinklers turned on and provided some levity.
The Indians scored one more run in the inning on another error before reliever John Axford finally recorded the final out when Roberto Perez grounded into a fielder’s choice at second.
After the smoke cleared, only one of the four runs the Indians scored in the inning were earned. The Indians recorded two hits, and the A’s committed two errors.

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Back in his hometown of Los Angeles, Robert Woods is wasting no time settling in and stirring things up.

Woods signed a big-time five-year contract with the Los Angeles Rams in free agency following a promising four-year stint in Buffalo. The former USC Trojan filled the void left by the departing Kenny Britt and Brian Quick, joining a receiving corps paced by Tavon Austin, Pharoh Cooper and rookie Cooper Kupp.
But with Austin notably absent from workouts this week while recovering from wrist surgery, Woods had a chance to run with the ones, an opportunity on which he hopes to capitalize.

“I always come in attacking the season trying to be the No. 1 receiver,” Woods told reporters, per The Los Angeles Times.

Woods might be paid like Los Angeles’ top receiver, but Austin, since being drafted by the team in 2013, has been expected to be that guy. Austin even recently earned a new contract of his own, signing a four-year, $42 million extension in 2016.

However, under the new Sean McVay regime, roles could change. With Jeff Fisher on the sidelines, the 5-foot-8 Austin was often used more as a gadget guy than a go-to, 10-catch-a-game top target. In fact, the former top-10 selection has yet to record a season with over 510 receiving yards. Woods, on the other hand, has outpaced Austin’s receiving production by 809 yards over the same four-year span.

Might Woods make the leap over Austin in the depth chart? (For what it’s worth, Jared Goff gave a glowing review Monday of his newest addition, saying, “He’s been great. He’s been more than I could have really expected, honestly.”)

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The NFL on Wednesday responded to comments made by Gisele Bundchen, the wife of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who said earlier in the day on CBS This Morning that her husband had a concussion last year and that “he has concussions pretty much. We don’t talk about it, but he does have concussions.”

Brady has not been listed with a concussion on New England’s public injury report dating back to 2003, per the Boston Herald. Last season, he was only listed with thigh, ankle and knee issues.

“We have reviewed all reports relating to Tom Brady from the unaffiliated neurotrauma consultants and certified athletic trainer spotters who worked at Patriots’ home and away 2016 season games as well as club injury reports that were sent to the league office,” a league spokesman said Wednesday.

“There are no records that indicate that Mr. Brady suffered a head injury or concussion, or exhibited or complained of concussion symptoms. Today we have been in contact with the NFLPA and will work together to gather more information from the club’s medical staff and Mr. Brady. The health and safety of our players is our foremost priority and we want to ensure that all our players have and continue to receive the best care possible.”

The Patriots declined to comment on Bundchen’s claim earlier Wednesday. Brady’s agent, Don Yee, told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport he had “no comment” on the claim as well.

The 39-year-old led the Patriots to a Super Bowl LI title in 2016, winning the game’s MVP honors in the process. Brady has not missed a game due to injury since 2008.

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ARLINGTON, Va. — Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin played through hamstring and knee injuries that hampered him in the playoffs.

During the Capitals’ last media availability of the season Friday, Ovechkin said he felt something in his hamstring during Game 3 of the second-round series against the Pittsburgh Penguins and needed injections to numb the pain the rest of the way. A hit by Toronto’s Nazem Kadri in Game 5 of the first round caused the left knee injury, which Ovechkin downplayed.

Ovechkin said there were no tears in his hamstring or knee and that he did not need surgery.

“You don’t want to play with any sort of injury, obviously,” Ovechkin said. “Of course, you don’t feel 100 percent, you don’t [have] strength in your leg, but you play through that, you know? Some players play with broken hand, broken leg, and you know, because it’s the playoffs. You have to sacrifice your body to get success and get the result.”

The 31-year-old captain had eight points in 13 playoff games as Washington was eliminated before the conference finals for the ninth time in as many chances. Ovechkin was moved to the third line midway through the Penguins series but said that had nothing to do with the injuries.

Ovechkin said he will spend some time with his family in Miami and will then see doctors in Washington.

Washington teammate Karl Alzner played with a broken bone in his hand and Marcus Johansson with a broken finger. Several other players talked about not being 100 percent during the playoff run.

The injuries, specifically to his hamstring, was bad enough to keep Ovechkin from playing for Russia at the world championships, which he has done 12 times

“I talked to (Russia’s coach) and just said I’m not able to help the team,” Ovechkin added. “If I can’t, I can’t. I wish him luck and I’m going to cheer for them. It’s time to recover. It’s time to take a deep breath and take some time off and get back to work.

“I still have three months until training camp. Come back here healthy and strong and back on track.”