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Trout leaves game after jamming thumb (0:47)
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Stanton smashes 13th HR of season (0:31)

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Dodgers 1B Adrian Gonzalez, RF Yasiel Puig and C Yasmani Grandal are all out of the starting lineup Sunday vs. the Cubs. Cody Bellinger will play first, with Brett Eibner in right and Austin Barnes behind the plate.

A's sending Graveman (shoulder) to DL

The Oakland Athletics plan to put pitcher Kendall Graveman on the 10-day disabled list Monday and recall right-hander Daniel Mengden from Triple-A Nashville to make his first major league start of the season in Cleveland.

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Mike Trout's MLB-leading 16th home run was also his longest of the year by nearly 20 feet. George Springer, Shin-Soo Choo and Colby Rasmus also reached season-longs with their blasts, while Lucas Duda's 447-footer was the third of his six homers this year to eclipse 440 feet.

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Angels 1B Albert Pujols, who's been battling a hamstring injury of late, is out of the starting lineup Sunday vs. the Marlins. Pujols has missed four of the team's last nine games.

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McCarthy deals and Trout hits another monster HR (0:50)
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San Jose 2-4 LA Galaxy: Thriller in Cali Clasico (2:05)

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Following masterful outings by Alex Wood and Brandon McCarthy, Clayton Kershaw will start Sunday's series finale vs. the Cubs' Jon Lester. The last time that the Dodgers threw three straight shutouts? Opening the 2016 season at Petco Park, when they outscored the Padres 25-0.

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Dream edge Sparks (1:08)
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Dodgers blank Cubs 5-0 (0:45)
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Kershaw's journey to 2K strikeouts (1:18)
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Taylor sends two-run homer to left (0:19)

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Giancarlo Stanton and Mike Trout are facing each other in a series for the second time in their careers this weekend. Stanton hit a 462-foot home run Friday, his longest of the season. Today, Trout answered with a 456-footer, his longest home run since 2015. Over the last five seasons, these two have set the pace for long home runs.

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Mike Trout hit his major-league-leading 16th home run of the season Saturday, a 456-foot blast that's his longest this season. His nine home runs in May are his third-most ever in a month, and he had never hit more than 12 home runs before the end of May.

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Trout jump-starts Angels with 456-foot HR (0:17)