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A mental error by Tigers CF Anthony Gose allowed the Blue Jays' Ryan Goins to score on a fly ball from second base.

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Fans celebrate Encarnacion's HR hat trick

Edwin Encarnacion capped a 3-HR, 9-RBI afternoon with a grand slam in the seventh inning, and fans tossed their caps onto the field to celebrate.

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Encarnacion gets 3 HRs, 9 RBIs in win

The Blue Jays' Edwin Encarnacion was a solo home run shy of the home run cycle in today's 15-1 win over the Tigers. He's the second Blue Jay ever with a 9-RBI game (Roy Howell in 1977). Box score

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Encarnacion update: no at-bat in 8th

Edwin Encarnacion was due up fourth, but the Blue Jays were retired in order, meaning it's very unlikely he'll get a chance to hit his fourth HR of the game. Toronto leads Detroit 15-1 in the 9th.

Can Edwin Encarnacion get to 4 homers?

He's already 3-for-5 with three HRs and nine RBIs. Encarnacion could get a shot at becoming just the 17th player in MLB history to hit four HRs in a game as he's due up fourth in the eighth inning. Follow live

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Encarnacion with a 3-HR, 9-RBI day

Edwin Encarnacion slugged a grand slam in the seventh inning to put the Blue Jays up 13-1. Encarnacion had already hit three-run and two-run shots earlier today. His first HR stretched his hit streak to 24 games. Follow live

Braves option RHP William Perez

Atlanta also recalled right-hander Jake Brigham from Gwinnett. Perez allowed eight runs in 1 2/3 innings in a 15-4 loss to the Yankees Friday night. In 17 games with the club he had a 5.56 ERA.

Encarnacion keeps on hitting

Edwin Encarnacion's first-inning HR today extended his hitting streak to 24, the longest in the majors this year, and just four off the team record.

Cole Hamels pitching well at key time

Tim Kurkjian breaks down why Hamels is crucial to the Rangers' playoff hopes: "They acquired him so he can pitch them into the playoffs this year. And so far, at least the last two starts, he looks like the Cole Hamels who can do just that."

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Blue Jays' Goins scores from 2B on sac fly

Toronto added to its lead when Ryan Goins scored from second base on a Josh Donaldson fly ball when Detroit CF Anthony Gose lost track of how many outs there were. The Blue Jays lead 6-1 heading into the fifth. Follow live

Catwalk leaves Kevin Kiermaier hanging

The Rays CF had no chance on this Kendrys Morales blast, so he decided to strike a pose instead.

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David Wright out of lineup

The Mets 3B is dealing with shoulder stiffness after playing two straight extra-inning games. Juan Uribe will play third this afternoon against the Red Sox.

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Cameraman hit by home run

Rangers C Chris Gimenez crushed a home run to center field -- directly off the cameraman. No worries, he shrugged it off and kept right on filming.

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Encarnacion gets Jays off to fast start

Edwin Encarnacion extended his hitting streak to 24 games with a 3-run HR, his 27th of the season, in the first inning to give Toronto the early 3-0 lead over Detroit. The Blue Jays enter today's game having won 8 of their last 10 and hold a 1 1/2-game lead over the Yankees in the AL East. Follow live

Vin Scully returning for 67th season

The legendary Dodgers broadcast made the announcement Friday, and got some help telling Dodgers fans from Jimmy Kimmel.

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