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Devers' homer matches him with Ruth and Williams

Rafael Devers homered on Friday to record back-to-back long balls against the Yankees. Only Babe Ruth and Ted Williams accomplished the feat for the Red Sox at age 20 or younger against the Yankees.

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Judge ties MLB record for consecutive games with a strikeout.

By striking out swinging in the seventh inning of Friday's loss to the Red Sox, Aaron Judge has now struck out in 35-straight games, tying a MLB record regardless of position.

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Granderson traded to Dodgers

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Granderson ready to switch mindset after trade.

Curtis Granderson says he's looking forward to playing past September with the Dodgers.

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Machado's trio of homers fuels O's to win.

Manny Machado powers the Orioles past the Angels with three home runs, including a grand slam to give Baltimore a walk-off victory.

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Baez secures the Cubs' lead with two-run dinger.

Javier Baez's 20th home run of the season adds to the Cubs' lead in a 7-4 win Friday over the Blue Jays.

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Friday's top moments

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Buxton breaks record for fastest inside-the-park homer.

Byron Buxton turns a deep fly ball off the wall in center field into the fastest inside-the-park home run ever recorded by Statcast as he reaches home in 13.85 seconds

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Cruz hits longest homer in Tropicana Field history.

Nelson Cruz sends a home run to the upper deck in the top of the ninth inning that travels 482 feet.

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Little League World Series

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From Little League World Series to the majors.

Todd Frazier, Gary Sheffield, Lance Lynn, Michael Conforto and Cody Bellinger all got their start at the Little League World Series.

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Trick plays

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The notorious hidden potato trick.

Dave Bresnahan of the 1987 Williamsport Bills managed to pull off a hidden ball trick that is still talked about today. Check out how he did it.

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Yawkey Way name change a decades-old debate.

Howard Bryant says that the desire to change the name of Yawkey Way isn't a new discussion nor is it in light of recent events in Charlottesville, but rather an ongoing debate throughout the city of Boston.

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What's in a number?

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  • Behind the numbers: Stories of how MLB players picked their uniforms

    A Red Sox shortstop who wanted to be like Derek Jeter. A juvenile Astros star. And a Nationals slugger who couldn't afford to make a change. The digits on your favorite player's back tell a story and major league stars shared their jersey tales with us.

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  • Red Sox, Cardinals soar toward the top

    Could a 2013 World Series rematch be in the cards? Boston is riding high in the AL East while St. Louis powered its way back among the contenders. Plus, what other teams made big moves up or down?