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Sanchez's 5 RBIs lead Yanks past Mets

Aaron Judge strikes out in his 34th consecutive game, but Gary Sanchez drives in five runs as the Yankees beat the Mets to sweep the Subway 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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Donaldson hits two homers in Jays' win.

Josh Donaldson reaches 20 home runs for the season with a pair of solo shots in the Blue Jays' 5-3 win over the Rays.

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Inciarte crushes 863 feet worth of HRs.

Ender Inciarte launches a 434-foot home run in the third inning and follows it with a 429-foot dinger in the fifth inning of the Braves' 10-4 win over the Rockies.

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Cubs go back-to-back-to-back against Reds.

Alex Avila's two-run home run is followed by solo home runs from Ian Happ and Javier Baez to help the Cubs rally in Thursday's loss to the Reds.

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Strikeouts mounting as Judge struggles.

If Aaron Judge strikes out in his next game, he'll tie the all-time record for consecutive games going down on strikes at 35.

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Cleveland climbs in Week 19.

Mark Teixeira and Tim Kurkjian explain how the Indians have taken advantage of the Astros' struggles and moved into the top five.

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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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    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?