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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Yoenis Cespedes reacts to delivering a grand slam and six RBIs in a 12-run third inning by the Mets against the Giants on Friday. Cespedes was making his first start since last Friday. He had delivered a pinch-hit game-tying three-run homer on Tuesday against Cincinnati in his lone other appearance in the past week.


Marlins' no-hit bid ends

Adam Conley got through 7 2/3 innings without allowing a hit, but was then pulled, and the bullpen did not finish the no-no when Jonathan Lucroy singled with one out in the 9th. Follow live


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UPDATE: Jonathan Lucroy ends the Marlins' no-hit bid with a single to right field in the bottom of the 9th.

Katie Strang 

Tigers offense continues to roll. Miguel Cabrera, Victor Martinez and Nick Castellanos all with solo home runs tonight against Minnesota. Not to be overlooked: Justin Upton quietly records his first multi-hit game in weeks. Could be a sign that things are starting to click for the scuffling outfielder.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

David Wright played the full game on Friday night despite the blowout because he will have Saturday's game off. Wright was due to sit once this weekend, and Terry Collins wants him in the lineup on Sunday against a left-hander, Madison Bumgarner.

Marlins no-hit bid through 8

Adam Conley threw 7 2/3, 116 pitches and did not allow a hit. Jose Urena then came in and a batter reached on Urena's error, but no hit was given. Marlins have a 5-0 lead over Brewers. Follow live


Conley leaves game; allowed 0 hits

Adam Conley threw 7 2/3 innings, allowed 0 hits and walked 4, but was pulled after throwing 116 pitches. The bullpen will look for a combined no-hitter. Follow live


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Adam Conley is chasing history at Miller Park with 7 no-hit innings.

Adam Conley has no-hit bid going

The Marlins pitcher has not allowed a hit through 7 innings against the Brewers. Milwaukee has a 5-0 lead. Follow live

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Katie Strang 

That will do it for Michael Fulmer in his MLB debut. 23-year-old pitcher, called up to replace an injured Shane Greene, finishes his night after five innings pitched. Fulmer, the Tigers top prospect, gave up seven hits, two earned runs, one walk and struck out four over 93 pitches. Some things to work on, but still an impressive debut. Bright future ahead, promising arsenal

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Orioles are suddenly lefty killers. On Friday, they beat White Sox southpaw Carlos Rodon, their third straight win against a lefty starter – they bested Chicago's John Danks on Thursday, and Tampa Bay's Matt Moore the day before that. A year after going 22-23 against southpaws, Baltimore is now 5-0 in games started by lefty hurlers.