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For A-Rod, it's hammerin' time

Alex Rodriguez crushed two monstrous home runs -- including a 477-foot bomb -- and drove in four of the Yankees' five runs in a win over the Rays. Which begs the question: Where would this club be without him?

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Friday's power rankings

The standout performances from MLB games on Friday, including Mike Trout making history -- again.

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A-Rod confident and dangerous (1:15)

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Xander Bogaerts, Red Sox deny O's

Xander Bogaerts' walk-off single in the ninth inning lifted the Boston Red Sox over the Baltimore Orioles in an AL East showdown.

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Tigers walk off, improve to 9-1

Jose Iglesias singles through a drawn-in infield to drive in the winning run with one out in the ninth inning as the Tigers beat the White Sox 2-1 to improve their major league-best record to 9-1.

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Twins walk off with win (0:49)

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Rockies Video: Troy Tulowitzki and Charlie Blackmon each homer off Clayton Kershaw in 7-3 loss to Dodgers

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Dodgers Highlight: Clayton Kershaw 12 K in 6 IP, Howie Kendrick with 2-run HR and RBI double in win over Rockies

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Dodger bats power L.A. to victory

Adrian Gonzalez continued his hot streak, going 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs in L.A.'s 7-3 win over Colorado. Gonzalez's 22 hits are the most in Dodger history through 10 games of a season. Box score

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Final: Diamondbacks 9, Giants 0

How good was Josh Collmenter Friday night? He gave up just 4 hits -- and had 3 of his own at the plate. His 1 RBI was more than the Giants had as a team as Collmenter picked up his second career shutout. Box score

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Rangers hold down Seattle
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Yovani Gallardo pitched 6 scoreless innings and got just enough support from Prince Fielder (2-for-3, RBI) and Robinson Chirinos (2-for-4, HR) for the 3-1 win. Box score

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0 to 100 Trout, real quick
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The first of two home runs by Angels outfielder Mike Trout on Friday night against the Astros made him the youngest player in history with 100 home runs and 100 stolen bases.

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Short night for Kendrick

Kyle Kendrick was holding his own against the reigning Cy Young Kershaw, but a single, two doubles and a 2-run 5th ended his night. The Rockies trail 6-3 in the bottom of the 5th. Follow live

Kershaw lets one get away

Charlie Blackmon took a 95-mph Kershaw fastball and knocked it into the right bleachers, bringing Drew Stubbs home and bringing the Rockies within 1 after the top of the 5th. Follow live

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