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Conforto collects 2 homers against Nats.

Michael Conforto rakes in two home runs, including one off Enny Romero which makes it his first off a left hander this season.

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Dodgers go back-to-back-to-back to tie game.

Yasiel Puig, Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner hit back-to-back-to-back solo home runs to even the score with the Phillies. The Dodgers would win in the ninth.

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Lamb sends baseball 468 feet, longest in MLB this season.

Jake Lamb connects on the longest home run of the season in the majors, hitting a 2-run homer 468 feet to increase the Diamondbacks' lead over the Rockies.

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Judge's power surge continues with 2-run shot.

Coming off hitting a pair of long balls on Friday night, Aaron Judge smacks his 10th home run of the season to extend New York's lead over Baltimore on Saturday.

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Cubs rally to top Red Sox.

Chicago scores the final five runs of the game to beat Boston 7-4.

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Gomez hits for his second career cycle.

Carlos Gomez completes the cycle with a homer in the seventh inning for his second career cycle and the third cycle in the MLB this season.

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Chisenhall sneaks in two runs with a grounder.

Lonnie Chisenhall hits a ground ball up the middle that brings in two runs to take the lead over the Mariners in the bottom of the first.

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Kemp crushes three home runs.

Matt Kemp has a power surge with three home runs in the Braves' 11-3 win over the Brewers.

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On this date: Clemens fans 20.

On April 29, 1986, Red Sox pitcher Roger Clemens struck out 20 Mariners to set a new MLB single-game record.

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    Doug Glanville learned baseball's unwritten rules in the minors and gained the respect of his teammates in the process. But are these the rules we want to pass on to the next generation?