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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Max Scherzer reacting to Yunel Escobar's error, which ultimately cost the ace a perfect game. Escobar bounced a throw to first base on Kevin Plawecki's grounder.

Wild pitch costs Yankees against Orioles (0:42)

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Max Scherzer said he's "speechless" to become the first player to throw two no-hitters in the same regular season since Nolan Ryan in 1973 with the California Angels. Scherzer also no-hit the Pirates.

Scherzer strikes out 17 in no-hitter of Mets (1:06)
Scherzer secures second no-hitter of season (0:14)

Scherzer throws 2nd no-hitter of season

Nationals RHP Max Scherzer struck out 17 vs. the Mets to become the first pitcher to toss two no-hitters in a regular season since Nolan Ryan in 1973. Scherzer is the first pitcher in MLB history to throw two no-nos without giving up a walk. Box score


Max Scherzer with no-hit bid through 6

The Nationals RHP has struck out nine Mets as the Nats lead 1-0 heading into the seventh. Yunel Escobar made a throwing error in the sixth to eliminate the perfect game. It's Scherzer's fourth no-hit bid of 6+ innings this year -- nobody else has more than 2. Follow live

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Porzingis: 'I feel like I belong here'

With Knicks training camp wrapping up, the No. 4 overall pick is in the running to be the starter at power forward.

Failed handoff worst in NFL history?

The Giants were up 17-12 with 31 seconds left. Instead of running the clock, Joe Pisarcik dropped a handoff to running back Larry Csonka that the Eagles recovered for a game-winning TD. See where the botched play landed on our list. Worst plays in NFL history

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Game 161: Yankees (87-73) @ Orioles (79-81)

Luis Severino will try to help the Yankees lock up home-field advantage for the AL wild-card game with a win over Baltimore on Saturday.

Harper homers in Nats' win (0:55)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Predicting the Jets' inactives for tomorrow's game against the Dolphins: G Willie Colon, TE Jeff Cumberland, WR Chris Owusu, QB Bryce Petty, LB Jamari Lattimore, CB Darrin Walls and S Jaiquawn Jarrett. It's a tough call on WR Eric Decker (sprained knee). It could depend on how he works out in pre-game. I could see him dressing, but used in an emergency role, as Chris Ivory was last week.