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McCann's walk-off HR sets off the fireworks

Brian McCann's walk-off three-run homer in the 12th inning against Tampa Bay gave the Yankees their "biggest win of the year, by far."

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John Buccigross @Buccigross

Entering Friday, Royals and Yankees were the only 2 teams without a walk-off win. They both got them less than 15 minutes apart Friday

July 4, 1939: Lou's heart-breaking speech

Lou Gehrig is arguably the finest athlete New York City has ever produced. His body would eventually fail him, but his words on this day 76 years ago live on. 'An awful lot to live for'

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When animals attack in the Bronx

After breaking a 3-3 tie in the 12th inning Friday night, Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier fell to the ground after a bird aimed straight for his head.

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Marlins fan suing team for 'shark bite'

Two years ago, Marlins fan Beth Fedornak was playfully bitten by Bob the Shark, a foam-rubber mascot at Marlins Park during a between-innings stunt. She immediately felt pain in her neck and since then has paid $86,000 in medical expenses.

Papi unfazed by ball to the head

David Ortiz isn't the smoothest baserunner, but it doesn't help when someone's flinging a baseball at his noggin, like Jose Altuve did Friday.

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July 4, 1939: Lou Gehrig's speech

On this date 76 years ago, the Yankees held Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day. It's when he gave his famous unscripted speech, saying, "Today, I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth," despite suffering from ALS.

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Adnan Virk, ESPN @adnanESPN

Miguel Cabrera headed to the DL for the 1st time in his career. Since 2004, he has played in the most games in the majors (1,809)

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

ESPN Stats/Info: Entering Friday, KC, NYY were the only teams without a walk-off win in '15. They both walked off less than 15 min. apart.

Mark Saxon @markasaxon

Clayton Kershaw was highly impressed by Noah Syndergaard. "Another Texas kid," he said. "What do you expect?"

Final: Diamondbacks 4, Rockies 3 (10)

Cliff Pennington drove home Welington Castillo with a sac fly in the 10th inning, giving the Diamondbacks their third walk-off win of the year. Pennington also had the game-tying RBI in the 6th inning

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Final: Mets 2, Dodgers 1

After Noah Syndergaard gave up 1 run in 6 innings, Hansel Robles worked two innings of scoreless relief to get the win in Los Angeles. The Mets have scored just 25 runs in their past 15 games, but only needed 2 tonight. Box score

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Rockies get out of jam

The Diamondbacks had the bases loaded with 1 out in the 9th, but a Yasmany Tomas strikeout and a Jake Lamb groundout ended the threat, sending the game vs. the Rockies into extra innings. Follow live

Mets take the lead

After Lucas Duda moved to third on an infield single, Kevin Plawecki drove him home on a sac fly to center, giving New York a 2-1 lead in the 9th in Los Angeles. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN