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Nats tie MLB record with 5-HR inning.

Bryce Harper and the Nats got homer happy, taking Milwaukee's Michael Blazek five times in the third inning.

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Blue Jays win on walk-off grand slam.

Steve Pearce hits a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the tenth to give Toronto an 8-4 win over Oakland.

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Three Blue Jays tossed in a minute span.

In a matter of pitches, Toronto manager John Gibbons, pitcher Marcus Stroman and catcher Russell Martin are all ejected.

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Indians hang on after Santana's early homer.

Carlos Santana's 13th homer of the season helps the Indians complete a sweep of the Angels.

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Marlins pummel Darvish.

Miami puts up a nine run fourth inning, highlighted by key hits from Ichiro Suzuki and Marcell Ozuna.

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Phillies prospect gets inside-the-park grand slam on quick slide.

J.P. Crawford, Carl Crawford's cousin, hits the ball deep to center and appears to be out by a mile at home, but he slows down and slides before the catcher can make the tag.

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Marte races around bases for inside-the-park homer.

Ketel Marte runs the base paths in under 15 seconds for an inside-the-park home run in the Diamondbacks' win over the Braves.

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Kershaw says there's 'no timetable' for return.

Clayton Kershaw says his current back injury is not as serious as last year's and he could potentially return sooner than 4-6 weeks.

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On this date

Pete Rose sets all-time singles record.

On July 27, 1984, Rose hit his 3,053rd career single, passing Ty Cobb for the most all time.

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Trade deadline

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  • A trade deadline deal for all 30 teams

    An Oriole who becomes a National? Matt Kemp as a DH? An NL All-Star heads to Kansas City? Here are the moves that could boost contenders now and improve sellers' fortunes down the road.

Beisbol Experience

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  • Gary Sanchez's long road to the Bronx

    Few players have made as much of a splash with a rookie campaign as Gary Sanchez. But last year's blockbuster two months were the result of years of work adapting to baseball in the U.S. and climbing through the Yankees' minor league system.