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4/29/2016 | Sitting on splitter, Bradley hits game-tying 2B

Jackie Bradley Jr. had been fed a steady diet of splitters in his first two at-bats Friday night against Yankees right-hander Masahiro Tanaka, so when the Red Sox center fielder strode to the plate in the seventh inning with New York holding a two-run lead and the tying runs on base, he knew exactly what was coming.

4/29/2016 | MLB Plus debuts with Yankees-Red Sox

MLB introduced a new way to watch baseball during Friday's Yankees-Red Sox game with MLB Plus, a data-driven online broadcast featuring Statcast and other advanced analysis.

4/29/2016 | Nicasio makes quick work of Reds

Juan Nicasio's fastball hit 98 mph in the first inning Friday night. It clocked in 12 times at 96 mph or better. But that wasn't why the Pirates knew Nicasio was in for a good start.

4/29/2016 | Yonder gone! A's stun Astros on walk-off blast

Yonder Alonso notched his first homer of the season in thrilling fashion, launching a walk-off, three-run homer off Pat Neshek in the ninth inning for the A's, who also watched their top pitching prospect, Sean Manaea, make his big league debut in the 7-4 series-opening victory over the Astros at the Coliseum on Friday evening.

4/29/2016 | Sinker could make Sanchez elite

Whenever Aaron Sanchez takes the mound, there seems to be a watchlist centered around his command, but it's the quality of strikes that might matter more than anything else.

4/29/2016 | Reds glad to have Bruce, Phillips back in lineup

The Reds got two big pieces in their lineup back in a 4-1 loss to the Pirates at PNC Park on Friday night.

4/29/2016 | Healthy Saunders a blessing for Blue Jays

If the early results are any indication, the Blue Jays should be very thankful they never ended up trading Michael Saunders as part of a three-way deal this spring.

4/29/2016 | Skaggs to have shoulder evaluated

Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs will have his left shoulder evaluated.

4/29/2016 | Big inning, Strasburg carry Nats past Cards

An overturned call and a two-run homer by Danny Espinosa sparked the Nationals in a four-run fourth inning that proved to be just enough for them to hold on for a 5-4 victory on Friday night against the Cardinals.

4/29/2016 | Story time: Rookie ties record with 10 April HRs

On Friday, Trevor Story hit a two-run home run in the top of the fifth inning, his 10th of the season, to give the Rockies a 4-0 lead. The homer tied the MLB rookie record for home runs in April set by White Sox slugger Jose Abreu in 2014.

4/29/2016 | No-hitter lost in 9th, Marlins hang on vs. Brewers

Marlins left-hander Adam Conley threw a no-hitter for 7 2/3 innings, but reliever Jose Urena allowed a single to Jonathan Lucroy in the ninth inning and then three runs, before Miami hung on for a 6-3 win over the Brewers on Friday night in Milwaukee.

4/29/2016 | Brewers go around the horn for triple play

The rallying Brewers didn't get their first hit until the ninth inning, but they made some history in the fifth inning of their 6-3 loss to the Marlins on Friday night.

4/29/2016 | Rangers' Fielder knocks in run No. 1,000

Prince Fielder reached a career milestone in the sixth inning Friday, as he knocked in career run No. 1,000.

4/29/2016 | Cespedes' slam highlights Mets' record win

A 12-run third inning not only sent the Mets to their seventh straight victory, a 13-1 bludgeoning of the Giants at Citi Field on Friday, but also created a chunk of history in the process.

4/29/2016 | McCullers amps up pitch count in shoulder rehab

Astros righthander Lance McCullers came out of his most recent bullpen session in good shape and he'll take the next step toward returning to action on Monday when he throws again at extended spring training in Florida.

4/29/2016 | Peralta, Pham progressing on rehab trail

Jhonny Peralta could begin a Minor League rehab assignment by the third week of May, and Tommy Pham could be off the disabled list by then, Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak said while offering a list of injury updates prior to Friday night's game against the Nationals.

4/29/2016 | Gordon's '15 batting title not on Harper's mind

Bryce Harper said he was disappointed when he heard the news that Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon received an 80-game suspension Friday morning for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy.

4/29/2016 | Fuld set for season-ending shoulder surgery

A's outfielder Sam Fuld will undergo season-ending shoulder surgery next month, with plans for a repair of the rotator cuff and the capsule of the shoulder joint, he told on Friday.

4/29/2016 | A-Rod beginning to show that age is just a number

Alex Rodriguez has had his best back-to-back offensive days of the season for the Yankees, but the performance went for naught. A-Rod crushed his fourth homer of the season and second in successive games into the seats above the Green Monster in left-center at Fenway Park to open the second inning on Friday night.

4/29/2016 | Bassitt to DL with elbow strain; Hahn recalled

Right-hander Chris Bassitt was placed on the disabled list earlier in the day with an elbow strain, leading the A's to recall righty Jesse Hahn from Triple-A Nashville and slot him into a Saturday start against the visiting Astros.

4/29/2016 | MLB.TV slate features deGrom-Cain, Yanks-Sox

A marquee National League matchup, top starting pitching and the second Red Sox-Yankees rivalry game highlight Saturday's slate of games, available on MLB.TV. Mets right-hander Jacob deGrom takes the mound against San Francisco's Matt Cain at 4:05 p.m. ET, as the reigning NL champs take on the always-dangerous Giants.

4/29/2016 | After passing Robinson, Ichiro steals 500th

Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki became the only active player with 500 career stolen bases by swiping second base in the first inning on Friday night against the Brewers.

4/29/2016 | Royals think extra rest should benefit Davis

Royals closer Wade Davis is doing his usual Wade Davis things this year. The problem is lately he hasn't been able to get in games.

4/29/2016 | Sting of Queens: 12-run inning for Mets

The Mets scored 12 runs, including Yoenis Cespedes' grand slam, in Friday's third inning vs. the Giants, the most scored in a single frame in franchise history.

4/29/2016 | Dietrich starts at second; Mattingly has options

While the circumstances were unforeseen, manager Don Mattingly and the Marlins had prepared for how the club would proceed if Dee Gordon would be lost for an extended period of time.

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