Travis Hafner (4)   Yankees | 8th | David Hernandez | 0 | 2 | 3-3 April 17, 2013 by MLB Home Runs of the Day

Hafner came up big with a tied ballgame in the bottom of the 8th inning. In the only pitch he saw of the entire ballgame, he hit a pinch-hit, go-ahead, solo jack that would eventually win it for the Yankees, 4-3.

His 4th home run of the season is his 4th pinch hit home run of his career.

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Jose Bautista RF                  |    1    |   0   |  0  |  1  |    0   |      1      | 2013 All-Star Game by MLB

Unfortunately, you can’t really call this All-Star game a “slugfest”. However, the American League scored 3 runs; they had yet to score a run for 17 innings.

This Jose Bautista sacrifice fly ended the streak:

FUN FACT: The National League are pretty much where the American League started in this game, as they are now on a 13-inning scoreless drought.

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Andrew McCutchen PR-CF |    2    |   0   |  0  |  0  |    0    |      2      | 2013 All-Star Game by MLB

McCutchen came into the game as a pinch runner, and he showed off his speed, stealing the only base of the game in the bottom of the 4th inning.

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Robinson Cano 2B              |    0    |   0   |  0  |  0  |    0   |      0      | 2013 All-Star Game by MLB

Cano had to leave the game with a quad contrusion after being hit by a Matt Harvey 96-mile-per-hour fastball:

From another angle:

Fortunately, Cano’s x-rays came back negative, and he told commentators that he will be good for the Yankees' next regular season game on Friday.

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Manny Machado 3B          |    1    |   0   |  0  |  0  |    0   |      1      | 2013 All-Star Game by MLB

Manny Machado showed off some shades of former Orioles' 3rd baseman Brooks Robinson when he made what is, in most people eyes, the play of the day.

His throw beat Arizona Diamondbacks' Paul Goldschmidt.

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Jhonny Peralta, Tigers (Shortstop) 2013 American League All-Star Roster by MLB

Peralta may just be the only All-Star selected who normally hits in the bottom of the order. In a dangerous offensive Tigers line up, Peralta usually hits either 6th or 7th.

Don’t let the number in the order fool you, though. After a disappointing offensive season in 2012 (hitting only .239, with a .305 on-base percentage and an OPS of .689; all being career-worst numbers for a full season), Peralta has come back strong, batting .303 (which he has yet to do in a full season) and become a decent all-around player.

He’s a very good defensive shortstop, as well:

Also, a rhetorical question:

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Michael Cuddyer | 8 2013 Home Run Derby Results by MLB

Even though Cuddyer hit 8 home runs in the second round, tying Bryce Harper’s second-round mark, he came up short to advancing to the Final Round by one home run.

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Chris Davis | 8 2013 Home Run Derby Results by MLB

After Chris Davis hit his 6th home run, it was official that defending Home Run Derby Champion Prince Fielder would not be advancing to the second round.

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Prince Fielder | 5 2013 Home Run Derby Results by MLB

Prince Fielder may not have won the Home Runs Derby (Hell, he didn’t even make it past the first round), but he hit the longest home run in the entire contest; it was marked at 483 feet!

Check out Mike Trout’s reaction to one his long balls:

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Dan Uggla (18)   Braves | 8th | Sam LeCure | 0 | 0 | 5-2, Reds July 14, 2013 by MLB Home Runs of the Day

Dan Uggla blasted a solo shot for a second consecutive game

He’s…

HeatingUp

Unfortunately, the Braves didn’t have much luck in this game to secure a win against the Reds. They still have a 6-game lead over the Nationals for the top spot in the NL East, though…

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