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Each night in the 2016 baseball season,we'll run down thetop news, facts andhighlights Yankees Cool Base Gray Jersey from action around Major League Baseball. The Padres had gone 30 innings without scoring a run. Then they scored six in one inning Friday and blasted the Rockies in a 13-6 win at Coors Field.But that wasn't the story of the night.Dodgers pitcher Ro s Stripling took a no-hitter into the eighth inning against the Giants in his MLB debut. Stripling got the first out, then walked Angel Pagan for his fourth walk of the game. Ball four was the 100th pitch of the game for Stripling, so Dodgers manager Dave Roberts decided to yank him with a 2-0 lead.SPECTOR: Roberts made right call to remove StriplingPredictably, Giants catcher Trevor Brown blasted a two-run homer off reliever Chris Hatcher to tie the game. The Giants eventually won 3-2 on a walkoff homer by Brandon Crawford in the bottom of the 10th inning.Earlier in the night,Pittsburgh outfielder Starling Marte and Toronto designated hitter Josh Donaldson both blasted grand slams.Player of the day: SS Trevor Story, Rockies Story is the best story pun intendedin baseball through four games. The Rockies rookiewent 3-for-5 Friday with two home runs and four RBIs.He has seven hits in 19 at-bats with six home runs and 11 RBIs. Hetied a major league recordby homering in his fourth straight game to start a season and set arecord with six home runs through his first four MLB games.Highlights: Marte's base-clearing blast to left-center was forecastby the game' Babe Ruth Jersey s announcers. Donaldson crushed Joe Kelly's fourth-inning pitch to left to give the Blue Jays a 7-2 lead. The Red Sox came back for an 8-7 win. Three things to know: After goingscorele s through their first three games of the season, the Padres got on the board when Jon Jay's fourth-inning single drove in Melvin Upton Jr.and started a six-run outburst that led to their rout of the Rockies. The 26-year-old Stripling was trying to become just the second player in MLB historyto throw a no-hitter in his debut. The only person to do that was former Reds pitcherBumpus Jones, who made his MLB debut on Oct. 15, 1892. (That's not a typo.) Five MLB players hit their first career home run on Friday. Brown of the Giants, Cardinals infielderAledmys Diaz, Mariners infielderDae Ho-Lee and Twins first basemanByung Ho-Park all went yard for the first time.What's next: Pirates (4-0) at Reds (3-1), 1:10 p.m.:The Reds are off to a surprisingly good start and hope to rebound from Friday's 6-5 lo s to the Buccos. Gerrit Cole, who is 0-4 alltime against the Reds, will start for the Pirates. The Reds will counter with second-year hurlerRaisel Iglesias, who got a no-decision in his first start this season.Rays (2-3) at Orioles (4-0), Aaron Judge Cool Base White Jersey 7:05 p.m.: The Orioles will look to remain unbeaten by sending Mike Wright to the mound to face the Rays. Tampa Bay will counter with Drew Smyly, who was roughed up Monday in a 5-3 lo s to the Blue Jays.