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Rich Hill's no-hit bid spoiled by Josh Harrison walk-off

It's the first time in MLB history that a walk-off homer broke up a no-hitter.

Dodgers

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Forsythe's error ends Hill's perfect game.

Jordy Mercer hits a ground ball to third, where Logan Forsythe can't field it cleanly, allowing Mercer to reach on an error and end Hill's bid for a perfect game in the ninth inning.

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Angels

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Trout does it all.

Mike Trout has compiled unprecedented statistics across the board since becoming a major league player.

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Heating Up in August

Blue Jays

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Donaldson continues to own Rays pitching.

Josh Donaldson hits his 11th home run in August and eighth of the season against the Rays.

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Sanchez stays hot in August with another homer.

Gary Sanchez increases his August home run total to 10 after crushing a solo shot against the Tigers.

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Little League World Series

Bringing cultures together.

Little Leaguers share the lessons and discipline learned through baseball.

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AL wild-card race

Marlins

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Marlins

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Stanton cranks 46th HR the opposite way.

Giancarlo Stanton continues his power surge as he smacks a solo home run to right field for his 46th long ball of the season.

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Milestones

Angels

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Pujols sets mark for most HRs by a foreign-born player.

Albert Pujols crushes his 610th career home run and breaks a tie with Sammy Sosa for the most long balls by a foreign-born player.

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Martinez homers against every MLB team.

J.D. Martinez hits his tenth home run with the Diamondbacks and has now homered against all 30 MLB teams.

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Power Rankings

MLB

Dodgers remain atop rankings.

Baseball Tonight discusses its Week 20 rankings and why the Red Sox and Indians continue to creep to the top.

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  • Power Rankings: Race tightens atop American League

    You can no longer take the Astros' dominance for granted, with the Indians and Red Sox making cases for AL bragging rights. With so many teams still in the hunt, which clubs made big moves up and down?