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Upton stunned after Dyson robs him of grand slam

Justin Upton crushes a long fly ball that looks to be a grand slam, but Jarrod Dyson rises up to makes a spectacular catch to rob him at the wall.

0:37

Astros walk off, match franchise record with 12th straight win

Alex Bregman's 2-run double in the ninth ties a franchise-record 12-game winning streak to propel Houston past Tampa Bay 5-4.

0:33

Soto mashes tater to top of second deck

Juan Soto, who hadn't made his major league debut when the suspended game started, pummels a 2-run shot to right-center field.

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Judge covers serious ground to make sliding grab

Aaron Judge's relentless effort takes him 124 feet into foul territory to make a sliding catch.

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Nimmo hustles for inside-the-park home run

Brandon Nimmo smacks a ball off the wall in right field and speeds around the bases for an inside-the-park home run.

0:42

Williams' face bloodied after ball ricochets off wall

Matt Carpenter hits one off the wall that catches Nick Williams in the nose forcing him to leave the game after the blood starts pouring out.

0:33

Trout can't bring home run back

Nick Ahmed cranks a long fly ball that bounces off of Mike Trout's glove and over the wall for a home run.

0:36

Phillies walk off after Ozuna's risky dive fails

Aaron Altherr smacks a liner to left field that Marcell Ozuna dives for but can't catch allowing two runs to score for the Phillies in the 10th.

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On the Mound

'Strikeouts are sexy' but these pitchers are succeeding without K's

In an era so filled with whiffs that it's pushing Nolan Ryan himself down all-time lists, pitching to contact still exists.

Cleveland's bullpen proves the baseball gods are cruel

The difference between a historically good pen (Indians, 2017) and a historically bad one (Indians, 2018) is the stuff of front-office nightmares.

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Keith Law's Top 100 Prospects

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  • Keith Law's top prospects of 2018

    Between minor leaguers with major league bloodlines and future stars who have been involved in major trades, there are plenty of familiar names on this year's list. Where did your team's top young players land?