With one swing of his bat, David Ortiz moved past three Hall of Famers -- Ted Williams, Willie McCovey and Frank Thomas -- for 19th on the all-time home run list. He reached a milestone 2,000 hits with the Red Sox with his 522nd career homer.
2. That's not supposed to happen
This baseball had a mind of its own, bouncing foul, then promptly veering back into fair territory for the out.
3. This pitching thing isn't too hard
Ryan Goins took the mound for the Blue Jays in Friday's 19-inning marathon. He tossed a scoreless 18th inning and even escaped a bases-loaded jam.
4. That'll do Tribe, that'll do
Indians skipper Terry Francona nods to his club's record-setting 14th consecutive win, the longest such streak in franchise history.
5. Nobody celebrates better
Carlos Gomez celebrates after hitting a two-run homer in Houston's 5-0 win over the White Sox. He's batting .286 with five doubles, four home runs and 15 RBIs in 25 games since coming off the disabled list.
6. No thank you!
This young A's fan was among those lucky enough to receive a souvenir foul ball ... which he promptly rejected.
7. He can do it all
Jose Fernandez is all smiles after contributing with his bat. The Marlins ace entered Friday's extra-innings victory against the Braves as a pinch-hitter and knocked a game-winning double.
Chad Thornburg is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.