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Jon Sciambi @BoogSciambi

The Boston Red Sox set an MLB record for fewest SAC bunts last year with 8. This year they have zero.

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Albert Pujols' go-ahead three-run homer on Friday moved the 37-year-old into a place all his own among foreign-born players.

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There was no shortage of long balls on Friday. There were a season-high 48 home runs yesterday, including three moonshots over 450 feet.

Bucci Mane @Buccigross

Aaron Judge (NYY): 2 HRs, his first career multi-HR game; 9 HR are the most in April in Yankees history by a player 25 or younger

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The Baltimore Orioles had the perfect stroke on Friday night. Not only did they hit the two longest home runs of the evening, but Manny Machado's 466-foot shot became the longest of the young season.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

ELIAS: Aaron Judge's 9 homers are the most in April in Yankees history by a player 25 or younger (he turned 25 on Wednesday).

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

This surely a short-term membership for San Diego's Ryan Schimpf, but when he homered tonight, he joined a list that includes Babe Ruth and Carlos Zambrano. According to, that trio and five others are the only ones to hit six homers in a season with zero doubles and zero triples. Six of Schimpf's nine hits so far have been homers. It's only April of course but, still, it'll be a little sad when Schimpf hits his first two- or three-bagger. He's in such rarefied company.

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Ryan Schimpf continues to mash on the road. The Padres infielder launched a 423-foot long ball to center in the fifth inning against the Giants on Friday.

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Yankees DH Matt Holliday hit his first walk-off home run in pinstripes on Friday against the Orioles, a 414-foot shot to center.

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Albert Pujols' homer in the eighth inning Friday vs. the Rangers was his 30th go-ahead home run in the eighth inning or later, and the 594th of his career.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Kris Bryant simply gave a smile when asked about 2 check swing 3rd strikes that went against him without the help of the first base umpire on either one. He said of the two he definitely felt he didn't swing on the first one.