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Saturday's longest home runs

Rougned Odor teed off twice against the White Sox, with his second blast reaching the upper deck in right field at Globe Life Park. A pair of rookies flexed their muscles in Saturday's Red Sox-Yankees tilt while Mike Trout's multihomer game in Baltimore gave him six seasons with at least 25 home runs, tying Tim Salmon's Angels record.

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Carr shines in Raiders' loss (0:47)
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Cooper makes catch in triple coverage (0:19)
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Bellinger suffers injury in Dodgers' win (1:08)
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Granderson scores in his first game as a Dodger (0:30)
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Bellinger leaves game after catch at warning track (0:30)
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Why did the Dodgers send Pederson to the minors? (1:51)
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USC facing a tall task in replacing O-line (1:36)
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Granderson gives Dodgers more options (1:05)
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Granderson ready to switch mindset after trade (0:32)

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The Orioles and Angels combined for 10 HR on Friday. Elias notes that it was the third time in MLB history that teams combined for 10 HR, which accounted for every run in the game.

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The Angels are the second team in MLB history to give up three walk-off grand slams in a single season, joining the 1963 Cubs. All three grand slams have come since July 25.

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Dodgers top Tigers to move 52 games over .500 (1:01)

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Albert Pujols hit his 609th career HR Friday, tying Sammy Sosa for 8th-most all time. He also ties Sosa for most HR by a player born outside the 50 states.

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Pederson, Taylor extend Dodgers' lead (0:54)
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Heaney returns from Tommy John

The Angels reinstated LHP Andrew Heaney (Tommy John surgery) from the 60-day disabled list to make his season debut Friday vs. the Orioles. Los Angeles placed LHP Tyler Skaggs on the bereavement list in a corresponding roster move.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

ROOKIE REPORT: Third-round offensive lineman Dan Feeney continues to get a handful of snaps with the starters at right guard, along with playing center with the second unit. "I did all right," said Feeney, when asked how he played against the Seattle Seahawks last week. "There's still a bunch of stuff I have to work on. But for the first preseason game I think I did all right." Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn said Feeney remains in a battle for the starting right guard job with Kenny Wiggins. Undrafted rookie tight end Sean Culkin has looked comfortable as a blocker at H-back and catching the ball lined up in the slot. Lynn noted that undrafted rookie receiver Artavis Scott out of Clemson has made some plays in the passing game this week.