Los Angeles Teams

Maldonado ties it with bases-clearing double (0:35)
Dodgers make history with home run party (0:58)
Dodgers, Mets combine for 9 homers (1:12)
Turner homers in 11th for Dodgers' win (0:19)
Bellinger homers twice in Dodgers' win (0:51)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Max Muncy homers in the first inning for the second straight day. His slugging percentage is now over .600. His OBP is .400. Not sure if you can squeeze him on to the All-Star team, but he deserves consideration.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Here's something you don't see every day: The Dodgers got six RBIs from pinch-hitters in their 8-3 win as Matt Kemp hit a grand slam and Chris Taylor had a two-run double. Also, Clayton Kershaw returned, Max Muncy stayed incredible with another home run and the Dodgers are 24-9 since that 16-26 start.

Valbuena flips bat after game-tying HR (0:29)
Bedrosian makes a nice snag on the mound (0:20)
Dodgers top Mets behind Kemp's grand slam (1:22)
Bellinger scores on safety squeeze (0:27)
Kemp's grand slam puts Dodgers up big (0:26)
Bellinger triples after ball hits Conforto's glove (0:39)
Kershaw lets up two runs, K's four in return (1:11)

Greg Wyshynski ESPN 

Ilya Kovalchuk's selection of the Los Angeles Kings for his next NHL destination was eight years in the making. In 2010, he only had two teams he was considering: The New Jersey Devils, with whom he would sign a ridiculous (and illegal, it turns out) 17-year contract; and the Kings, who courted him heavily. "New Jersey offered more money. Simple as that. We threw everything we had at him while leaving cap space necessary to sign our kids," said CEO Tim Leiweke at the time. Leiweke is now in Seattle, closing in on bringing an NHL team there. Kovalchuk, 35, is now a member of the Kings for $6.25 million annually for the next three seasons. Funny how things work out.