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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

They found the ring! That was the announcement from Yankees Public Address announcer Paul Olden during the fifth inning of the Yankees-Red Sox game. In the middle of the fifth, a man in a Yankee jersey proposed to his girlfirend on the big video board. When he went to open the ring box, the ring was missing. After fans around their section in left field searched for it, it was found. She said yes.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill and Kenta Maeda will comprise the Dodgers' playoff rotation, in that order. Manager Dave Roberts has not decided if he will use a fourth starter in the NLDS.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said he had preliminary conversations with Brandon Moss' agent about a contract extension roughly two months ago, but that they decided to table those discussions until after the season. The terms have likely changed considerably since then. Moss has five hits in 73 at-bats this month and has seen his OPS go from .895 on Aug. 31 to .786 going into Tuesday night's game against the Reds.

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Another homer for Gary Sanchez! The Yankee tied the record for the fastest to 20 HR in MLB history (51 games): es.pn/2d7MIzB

Sanchez mashes 20th HR of season

Gary Sanchez ties the MLB record for fewest games (53) to hit 20 career home runs with his two-run shot in the first inning against the Red Sox.

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Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Gary Sanchez homers -- again -- and the theme from "The Natural" plays at Yankee Stadium, complete with the flickering of the lights. Roy Hobbs has nothing on Sanchez, who ties Wally Berger (1930) for fastest ever to reach 20 homers (53 games).

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Rookie Gary Sanchez doing Gary Sanchez things again. He just took David Price deep for a two-run homer in the first to give the Yankees a 2-0 lead over the Red Sox. It was Sanchez's 20th homer of the season in 185 at-bats.

Ortiz receives mixed ovation in first AB

David Ortiz gets a mix of boos and cheers in his first at-bat of his last series at Yankee Stadium.

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Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

In David Ortiz's first at-bat in his last series at Yankee Stadium, he recieved a mixed reaction. It may have been that the Red Sox fans in attendance cheered, while the Yankee fans did not. He flew out to center to end the inning.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Moment of silence at Yankee Stadium to remember Jose Fernandez.

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Cole's suspension was supposed to start tonight. However, he has elected to file an appeal.