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Papi power sends Sox sailing over Yankees

The Red Sox got the benefit of both the fresh and the familiar after Jackie Bradley Jr. created a tie that David Ortiz broke an inning later with his game-winning home run.

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Story smashes a fan a souvenir (0:23)
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Mets make history with 12 runs in an inning (0:56)
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A-Rod goes over Green Monster (0:28)
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Were Marlins right to pull Conley from no-hit bid?

Lefty Adam Conley no-hit the Brewers into the eighth inning, but came out after his pitch count had piled up. David Schoenfield looks at whether or not manager Don Mattingly made the right call.

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Stephen A.: MLB needs to scare players away from PEDs (1:56)
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The winding path of soon-to-debut Sean Manaea

From glowing reports to doubters to injuries, A's lefty Sean Manaea's historical scouting reports (dating back to his college days) display the hills and valleys a typical prospect must endure.

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Nationals need a nudge on offense

With the Nationals' offense stymied by the Phillies while Washington got swept, is it time for the Nats to shake up their lineup to get the most out of Bryce Harper and put some runs on the board?

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There's a perfect storm for A's to trade Gray

Buster Olney examines the potential trade market for Sonny Gray and says the A's could do well if they dangled their ace -- plus today's links.

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Conley pulled with no-no in 8th

Don Mattingly pulls Marlins starter Adam Conley (116 pitches) from the game with a no-hitter intact through 7 2/3 innings. It was eventually broken up in the 9th.

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Brewers pull off a triple play the easy way

Milwaukee turned a lazy Marcell Ozuna grounder into three outs in very cool fashion.

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Trevor Story ties Jose Abreu's rookie record for home runs in April (10) in Rockies' 9-0 win over Diamondbacks.

Trevor Story goes yard again

Make it 10 homers (tied for MLB lead) for the Rockies rookie shortstop after another homer vs. Arizona.

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David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Mariners get one hit -- a Seth Smith home run -- and beat the Royals 1-0. The Royals go 0-for-11 with runners in scoring position, Leonys Martin crashes into the wall to catch the final out and Felix Hernandez ties Jamie Moyer for most wins in Mariners history. Oh, and there was a controversial call against the Royals in the ninth.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

There were lots of boos for former Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp when he came to the plate in a key spot in the eighth inning at Dodger Stadium. Fully motivated, Kemp then delivered a 3-run home run off Dodgers reliever Chris Hatcher to give the Padres a 4-1 lead in the eighth inning.

Mets destroy Giants with 12-run inning

The Mets put up a franchise record 12 runs in the third inning, launching a 13-1 win over the Giants.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

As expected, Red Sox have recalled infielder Marco Hernandez from Triple-A Pawtucket and optioned reliever Pat Light, thereby restoring the typical roster balance of 13 position players and 12 pitchers. Hernandez also gives manager John Farrell a left-handed bat off the plate.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Don't sell Trevor Story from your fantasy team just yet! He's homered again tonight, as has teammate Nolan Arenado. They're tied for the MLB lead with 10 home runs. One key for Story: As pitchers have started to pitch him away more often, he's drawn another walk, giving him five in four games, after walking just four times in his first 17 games. He still has a lot of swing-and-miss, but a good sign that he's not just a wild hacker up there.

Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Tigers pitcher Michael Fulmer, still drenched and reeking of beer after being doused in celebration with teammates, absolutely ecstatic after a 9-2 win against the Twins in his MLB debut: "It was exactly what I dreamt of."

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

It was fun for the Dodgers while it lasted. When San Diego scored a run in the fourth inning Friday, it ended a 32-inning scoreless streak against L.A., dating back to last season. It was tied for the Dodgers' sixth longest scoreless inning streak, by innings, against one team in club history.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Yoenis Cespedes reacts to delivering a grand slam and six RBIs in a 12-run third inning by the Mets against the Giants on Friday. Cespedes was making his first start since last Friday. He had delivered a pinch-hit game-tying three-run homer on Tuesday against Cincinnati in his lone other appearance in the past week.

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Marlins' no-hit bid ends

Adam Conley got through 7 2/3 innings without allowing a hit, but was then pulled, and the bullpen did not finish the no-no when Jonathan Lucroy singled with one out in the 9th. Follow live

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UPDATE: Jonathan Lucroy ends the Marlins' no-hit bid with a single to right field in the bottom of the 9th.

Katie Strang ESPN.com 

Tigers offense continues to roll. Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Nick Castellanos all with solo home runs tonight against Minnesota. Not to be overlooked: Justin Upton quietly records his first multi-hit game in weeks. Could be a sign that things are starting to click for the scuffling outfielder.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

David Wright played the full game on Friday night despite the blowout because he will have Saturday's game off. Wright was due to sit once this weekend, and Terry Collins wants him in the lineup on Sunday against a left-hander, Madison Bumgarner.

Marlins no-hit bid through 8

Adam Conley threw 7 2/3, 116 pitches and did not allow a hit. Jose Urena then came in and a batter reached on Urena's error, but no hit was given. Marlins have a 5-0 lead over Brewers. Follow live

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