In this May 12, 2014 photo, John Adams High School batsman and bowler Derick Narine, left, celebrates after he bowls out his third Midwood High School batsman, during a Public School Athletic League cricket match, at Marine Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Narine, a junior from Guyana and a member of its under-19 national squad, bowled out three opponents in his first four balls, contributing fast paced bowling along with over 50 runs at bat in a 112-80 win. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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Jarrett Grube made his major league debut Saturday night with the Angels (Photo Courtesy: Los Angeles Angels).

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