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Sanchez sparks Yanks with two long balls.

The catcher provides plenty of offense for the Yankees with a 493-foot HR in the first and his 25th of the season in the ninth.

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Judge's strikeout streak comes to an end.

Aaron Judge's 37-game streak with a strikeout comes to an end when Joe Girardi pulls him from the game after Judge walks three times and records an RBI single.

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Pujols sets mark for most HRs by a foreign-born player.

Albert Pujols crushes his 610th career home run and breaks a tie with Sammy Sosa for the most long balls by a foreign-born player.

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Martinez homers against every MLB team.

J.D. Martinez hits his tenth home run with the Diamondbacks and has now homered against all 30 MLB teams.

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Arenado makes Jeter-esque throw to get out.

Nolan Arenado fields a ball to his right, jumps and throws a laser to first base to get the out in the bottom of the third inning against the Royals.

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Arenado mashes 28th homer.

Nolan Arenado smacks a two-run home run to center field in the top of the sixth inning against the Royals.

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Dodgers remain atop rankings.

Baseball Tonight discusses its Week 20 rankings and why the Red Sox and Indians continue to creep to the top.

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Stephen A., Max worried about Yankees.

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman discuss what the Yankees need to do to catch up to the Red Sox in the American League East.

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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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  • Power Rankings: Race tightens atop American League

    You can no longer take the Astros' dominance for granted, with the Indians and Red Sox making cases for AL bragging rights. With so many teams still in the hunt, which clubs made big moves up and down?