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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Gleyber Torres told me that MLB has not reached out to him regarding his criticism of the umpires yesterday. Torres was frustrated when his run was invalidated when time was called. Torres: "I didn't see an umpire call time. I'm a little bit surprised I had to come back to third base. I don't know what's wrong with the umpires today."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Domingo Germán will be on the mound for the Yankees this Sunday Night Baseball against the Dodgers. Germán will be sporting his nickname "Sunday", which is the translation of his first name, Domingo. Germán told me it's always been a dream of his to pitch at Dodger Stadium, and is particularly excited to do it against one of the pitchers he's always idolized, Clayton Kershaw.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

MLB players with 100 runs, 100 RBI Rafael Devers 106/103 Freddie Freeman 101/105 Cody Bellinger 101/100

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

NL playoff chances, per Fangraphs: Nationals 82.6% Cubs 68.9% Cardinals 63.9% Mets 37.8% Brewers 22.7% Phillies 8.9%

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, on what today showed him about a potential World Series matchup: "There's a lot of talent all over the field. Some veterans that can play the game the right way, and some young players that are gonna be the future of this game. It's a lot of talent. Two great, iconic, storied franchises. You can feel the emotion, the energy, from both dugouts, as well as the stadium."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

In an aside with Kenley Jansen, I read him Gleyber Torres' comments on his run not scoring. Torres: “I didn't see an umpire call time. I'm a little bit surprised I had to come back to third base. I don't know what's wrong with the umpires today.” Jansen's reaction: “Once I saw Muncy went down, I called time out right away. The home plate umpire gave me time. I didn't see when Torres took off. But I am not going to criticize the umpires. If things are not going my way, I am not going to criticize them, and if things go my way, it is what it is. They're doing their best out there.”

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Ultimately, the ninth-inning tying run was kept from scoring because Kenley Jansen put his arms up to signal timeout. Umpires ruled that he did it before the runner started; the Yankees disagreed. "He got hit pretty hard," Jansen said of Max Muncy, "and that's what you have to do for a teammate."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers 2B Max Muncy laughed and said he pulled something of a "soccer" move so the umpires could call timeout and prevent the runner from scoring in the ninth. "He still got me good, it still hurt, so it wasn't entirely fake. But there might have been a little acting class in there."