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Rosales speeds around bases after going deep.

After hitting a solo home run in the top of the ninth of the A's win, Adam Rosales celebrates as he sprints around the bases.

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Stanton gives Marlins insurance run with 20th HR.

Giancarlo Stanton hits a solo home run to left field to give the Marlins a 4-2 lead over the Cubs.

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Mets

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What do the Mets do with Harvey, other trade pieces?

Buster Olney breaks down the Mets' strategy for their players who could be moved to other teams.

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Twins

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Rosario lifts a solo HR to pad Twins' lead.

Eddie Rosario hits a solo home run in the top of the fourth inning to increase the Twins' lead to 3-0 over the Indians.

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The sun gets the best of Dozier on missed catch.

Brian Dozier fails to grab Lonnie Chisenhall's high pop-up after losing the ball in the sunlight.

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Pirates

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Mendoza enjoying return of McCutchen's bat.

Ahead of Sunday Night Baseball, Jessica Mendoza breaks down the recent resurgence of Andrew McCutchen's offense for the Pirates.

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Dodgers

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Kenley Jansen: Destiny wanted him as a pitcher.

After beginning his playing days as an outfielder and later a catcher, the power he possesses in his arm led him to a path that now has him as a dominant closer.

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Fan interferes with live ball, kicked out.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, a fan reaches over the wall and grabs a ball that is still in play during the Dodgers-Rockes game. Security guards promptly show up at his seat and escort him out of the park.

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Emmitt Smith surprises his sister after first pitch.

Marsha Smith-Hill, who is a cancer survivor, throws out the first pitch before the Rays game and receives an unexpected visit from her NFL legend brother.

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Red Sox

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Ortiz salutes dad, fans in speech.

With the Red Sox retiring David Ortiz's No. 34, the ex-designated hitter thanks his father and the Fenway fans for their support before throwing the first pitch to former teammate Jason Varitek.

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