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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here are a couple of interesting homer stats courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information: Curtis Granderson now has 30 homers and 56 RBIs this season. The MLB "record" for fewest RBIs by a player with at least 30 homers is 64 by Félix Mantilla of the 1964 Red Sox and Rob Deer of the 1992 Tigers. Meanwhile, the Mets have multiple 30-homer hitters (Yoenis Céspedes and Granderson) for the first time since 2008 (Carlos Delgado and David Wright). Add in Jay Bruce's total with the Reds and he has 30 homers, too.

Wallace Matthews ESPN Staff Writer 

The dry spell is finally over; Didi Gregorius' solo HR leading off the seventh inning snapped the Yankees 33-inning scoreless streak and tied their game against the Blue Hays at 1. The last time the Yankees had scored was the 9th inning of Wednesday's game in Tampa

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The scoreboard in Marlins Park is showing respect to the passing of pitcher Jose Fernandez today. This is the view from the opposing dugout.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Dave Roberts asked Yasiel Puig if he wanted to play today. He said yes. He's dedicating the game to José Fernández.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Yasiel Puig hung José Fernández's jersey up in the Dodgers' dugout before today's game.

David Schoenfield SweetSpot blogger 

Everyone is scoreboard watching at this point, and you know the Orioles have seen the Royals jump to a quick 7-0 lead over the Tigers as Matt Boyd couldn't retire a batter. Meanwhile, the Orioles have a 2-0 lead over the Diamondbacks on Hyun Soo Kim's two-run homer and Dylan Bundy's three hitless innings. It's shaping up as a good day for the Orioles.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

More video of Marlins players leaving the parent's home of pitcher Jose Fernandez after offering their support.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Yasiel Puig putting José Fernández's jersey up in the Dodgers' dugout.

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William Weinbaum ESPN 

Seeing the shocked, grief-stricken Don Mattingly and the Marlins in team jerseys at a televised Miami news conference a few hours after the awful news of Jose Fernandez's death in a boating accident evoked emotional on-camera interviews long ago with three formidable, longtime baseball men. Mike Hargrove, Lou Piniella and Jim Fregosi all broke down in tears when we discussed the unfathomable losses they and their teams experienced many years before of players they'd been with shortly before their passing. Hargrove spoke a decade after a Florida boating tragedy took the lives of Cleveland pitchers Tim Crews and Steve Olin in 1993 when he was the manager of the Indians. In 2004, Piniella recounted friend and teammate Thurman Munson's death a quarter-century earlier when the plane the Yankee captain piloted crashed near his home in Ohio. And in 2008, Fregosi shared his sorrowful recollections of managing California 30 years before, when Angels outfielder Lyman Bostock was shot to death in the back seat of a car after visiting a childhood friend in Indiana. There is plenty of crying in baseball today and there always will be among all who endure loss and cherish lives that will forever be with them.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yasiel Puig hangs a jersey with José Fernández's number 16 in the Dodgers dugout. Said he will play with all his might today in honor of his dear friend and countryman.

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James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Emotional Marlins players and employees are leaving the home of pitcher Jose Fernandez's mother after offering their support and condolences.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Yasiel Puig just put up José Fernández's jersey up in the Dodgers' dugout,

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Yasiel Puig honors his friend José Fernández

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

One Marlins team bus is here at the parents' home of pitcher Jose Fernandez to offer their support and condolences. I'm told another bus from the team is on the way.

Prado: 'There's a lot of pain'

Marlins 3B Martin Prado looks back on the impact Jose Fernandez had on people he met.

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Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

The José Fernández tragedy has hit very close to home for Yasmani Grandal, who kindly requested reporters to not ask him about it.