It had just hit 1 a.m. ET early Sunday morning at the Paradise Rock Club on Commonwealth Avenue, and if you weren't there, you may not have believed it.
Bellinger makes most of first big league HRs
The Dodgers' No.1 prospect launched the first home run of his career in the seventh inning and added his second as part of three straight home runs in the ninth to help lift the Dodgers to a 6-5 win over the Phillies.
LAte show! In 9th, 3 straight HRs & walk-off
Dodger Stadium literally rocked Saturday night. Yasiel Puig, Cody Bellinger and Justin Turner hit back-to-back-to-back home runs in the bottom of the ninth inning against Phillies closer Hector Neris to spark an incredible comeback in a 6-5 victory.
Reynolds wrap: Rockies rally to top D-backs
Mark Reynolds had a home run and a two-run single with two outs in the ninth inning to lead a three-run inning as the Rockies topped the D-backs. Jake Lamb hit the longest home run of the season (481 feet) and Brandon Drury and Jeff Mathis also went deep to support Zack Greinke, who struck out nine. Alexi Amarista, Reynolds and Trevor Story all went deep for Colorado.
Myers homers in Padres' big 6th to top Giants
Wil Myers, the Padres' slugging first baseman, capped an eight-run sixth inning with a three-run missile deep into the left-field seats, as the Padres beat the Giants, 12-4, on Saturday night.
D-back's jack: Statcast has a lot of Lamb
Jake Lamb hit a 481-foot home run in Saturday's game against the Rockies, good enough for the longest home run of the season.
Torres' first Double-A homer leads top prospect performers
Gleyber Torres was 0-for-3 in his return from the disabled list on Friday, but the Yankees' top prospect promptly knocked off the rust and put his entire skillset on display Saturday.
Braves ride Kemp's 3 HRs over Brewers
Matt Kemp hit three home runs in a game for the first time in his career, and the Braves continued to mash the ball, landing an 11-3 victory over Milwaukee on Saturday. Dansby Swanson also homered, and the Braves churned out 20 hits to win their fourth straight game. Atlanta has scored 36 runs in that stretch.
Desmond on the cusp of Rockies debut
Ian Desmond swatted four doubles in seven plate appearances in an extended Spring Training game on Saturday morning, and seems poised to make his Rockies debut in left field on Sunday against the D-backs.
April powers: Biggest bats in MLB
Aaron Judge, Miguel Sano and Eric Thames are among the more surprising names atop the homer leaderboards so far.
Darvish rewards manager's confidence in him
Yu Darvish, trying to protect a 4-2 lead, walked the bases loaded in the sixth inning and had thrown 117 pitches. The Rangers had Tony Barnette warmed up in the bullpen.
Matt trick: Braves' Kemp slugs three HRs
A little more than a week after saying he hoped to still be hot when the top of the lineup got on track, Freddie Freeman fed off Ender Inciarte's spark and watched Matt Kemp produce the first three-homer game of his career as the suddenly potent Braves offense stole the show during Saturday night's 11-3 win over the Brewers at Miller Park.
Keuchel seeks 1st 5-0 start of '17 on MLB.TV
The Astros are off to one of the best starts by any Major League team, and perhaps no Houston player has contributed more to the club's success than left-hander Dallas Keuchel.
Gomez hits for cycle as Rangers top Halos
Carlos Gomez hit for the cycle for the second time in his career and led the Rangers to a 6-3 victory over the Angels on Saturday night. It's the third time a player has hit for the cycle in the Major Leagues this season, as Gomez joins Wil Myers of the Padres and Trea Turner of the Nationals.
Will cycle get Go-Go going? Texas hopes so
Carlos Gomez is one of the rare players who can make hitting for the cycle look routine. That's surely what dozens of current and former teammates are thinking when they learn he did it Saturday night for the second time in his career.
Nova tosses gem in complete-game victory
The Marlins got to see from Ivan Nova what the 30-year-old does with pretty much everybody. The right-hander pounds the strike zone, and it was more of the same on Saturday night in the Pirates' 4-0 victory at Marlins Park.
Boog Powell made his Major League debut ... without playing in the field or stepping to the plate
Hopefully not the next Moonlight Graham.
Off to the laces: Gomez gets cycle in socks?
Just call him "Shoeless Carlos."
Miller opts to undergo Tommy John surgery
Days after being diagnosed with a strained flexor tendon and a partial tear of his ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, D-backs right-hander Shelby Miller announced he will undergo Tommy John surgery.
Manly Hanley! 469-foot HR sets Fenway mark
If you thought Kris Bryant's towering shot on Friday night was going to be the most impressive home run at Fenway Park this weekend, Hanley Ramirez had other ideas.
Hanley Ramirez celebrated his home run by giving a forehead kiss to these young fans
Take that, kiss cam.
Cubs get even at Fenway with a little help
A resilient Cubs offense grinded their way back from an early three-run deficit on Saturday and made a winner of John Lackey in his return to Fenway Park. Moments after Miguel Montero hit a game-tying homer in the top of the seventh, Kyle Schwarber's RBI single up the middle put the Cubs ahead for the first time during that crucial three-run rally, and the bullpen held it over the final three innings for Lackey in a 7-4 win over Boston.
Four-run first all Tribe needs vs. Mariners
Jose Ramirez delivered a two-run double in the first inning, and Lonnie Chisenhall followed with a two-run single later in the frame, leading the Indians to a 4-3 win over the Mariners on Saturday afternoon.
Melky homers in 10th as Sox win 6th straight
The White Sox overcame a Tigers rally off their veteran closer to post their sixth straight win. Melky Cabrera's 10th-inning homer off Justin Wilson nullified Detroit's two-run ninth off David Robertson, sending Chicago to a 6-4 win Saturday afternoon at Comerica Park.
Crawford heads to DL with right groin strain
Christian Arroyo, the hot-hitting rookie infielder who has provided a spark for the Giants since being called up from the Minors earlier this week, will remain in the lineup for the near future after San Francisco activated shortstop Brandon Crawford from the bereavement list and put him on the 10-day disabled list Saturday.
Eaton reportedly has torn ACL, done for year
The Nationals officially placed Adam Eaton on the disabled list Saturday, a day after he collapsed to the ground after lunging toward first base to beat out an infield single.
Thames has amazing Korean cheer song
And yes, you know the song already.
Familia territory: Closer picks up first save
Hours after Jeurys Familia trudged off the mound with a game on the line, his boss untrusting of his ability to escape a bases-loaded jam against the Nationals, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson offered a scathing review of Familia's early-season performance.
Gray to make season debut Tuesday vs. Twins
Sean Manaea played catch on Saturday and may not go on the disabled list, according to A's manager Bob Melvin, who announced that Sonny Gray will make his season debut on Tuesday at Minnesota.
Zimmerman launches 470-foot homer
Ryan Zimmerman admitted he does not like to talk about his current hot streak too much. He would prefer to keep everything the same, from his workout and pregame routine to his approach at the plate while attributing his success to the fact that he is healthy.
Blue Jays' bullpen bounces back in win
Francisco Liriano and the Blue Jays' bullpen combined for a complete pitching effort on Saturday as Toronto took the second game of its series against Tampa Bay, 4-1.
1B Cron, lefty Skaggs land on 10-day DL
The Los Angeles Angels placed first baseman C.J. Cron on the 10-day disabled list after he fouled a ball off his left foot Friday against the Rangers.
Smoak's big day emblematic of hot start
There were plenty of questions and concerns surrounding Justin Smoak at the start of the season, but he is answering them better than almost anybody expected.
Conforto's two HRs power Mets past Nats
As the Mets have endured a number of injuries during the past few weeks, Michael Conforto has benefited with increased playing time, especially in left field while Yoenis Cespedes is on the disabled list.
Pirates place Freese on DL, call up Ortiz
The Pirates on Saturday placed third baseman David Freese on the 10-day disabled list with a right hamstring strain and selected the contract of outfielder Danny Ortiz from Triple-A Indianapolis. Freese's DL stint is retroactive to Wednesday.
Gardner's 2 HRs, Judge's 10th blast lead NY
Brett Gardner homered twice and drove in four runs, Austin Romine collected a career-high five RBIs and Aaron Judge hit his American League-leading 10th homer as the Yankees claimed sole possession of first place in the AL East with a 12-4 victory over the Orioles on Saturday at Yankee Stadium.
While warming in the bullpen, Addison Reed barely had to move to catch Michael Conforto's homer
Heads up out there.
Rain postpones Saturday's Twins-Royals game
Saturday's game between the Kansas City Royals and Minnesota Twins has been postponed due to rain. The game has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 1 at 7:35 p.m. CT as the second game of a split doubleheader.
Maddon preaches patience with Baez
Javier Baez was uncharacteristically out of position and missed a grounder on Friday night, and he also hasn't been as consistent at the plate, but Joe Maddon isn't worried. He's quick to point out Baez is young, as are the majority of the Cubs' hitters, and they will go through phases.
Price faces hitters for first time in 2 months
David Price took the next necessary step in his return from a left elbow strain, facing hitters for the first time since Feb. 28.
Reds-Cards postponed Saturday; makeup TBD
A line of severe storms that was forecast to drop multiple inches of rain on the St. Louis area this weekend prompted the Cardinals to postpone their game against the Reds on Saturday before opening the Busch Stadium gates.
Britton, Tillman to continue rehab assignments
Both Orioles pitchers Chris Tillman and Zach Britton are continuing their respective rehab assignments and will not yet join the big league club.
Late April snowstorm blankets Coors Field
A winter wonderland ... in April.
MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device
It all began 15 years ago this season, and you are going to want to be part of this MLB.TV celebration of baseball and technology, as the world's longest-running and most successful live-streaming sports product returns as a way of life for millions.
Joe Blogs: The rise of the Yankees
We will see if that Friday night's game was just an exciting regular-season moment for the Yankees or a watershed moment. The morning after, it certainly feels like the rise of the machines has begun.
See them now: MLBPipeline.com's Top 100 Prospects
Check out MLB Pipeline's newly updated list of the Top 100 Prospects in the game.
Play Beat the Streak for a shot at $5.6 million
Are you ready to break baseball's toughest record? $5.6 million goes to the first person to get a 57-game hitting streak. Play MLB.com's most popular free game now.
Start your own season by purchasing R.B.I. Baseball
Corey Seager is waiting for you.
Join our Newsletter
*We are a resale marketplace, not the ticket seller. Prices are set by third-party sellers and may be above face value.*