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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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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)

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The starters in the Cubs-Dodgers game have had success against their respective opponent. The Cubs' John Lackey is 6-4 with a 1.73 ERA in his career against the Dodgers, his lowest ERA against any opponent. The Dodgers' Brandon McCarthy is 1-1 with a 1.47 ERA in his career against the Cubs, his second-lowest ERA against any opponent.

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Mike Trout's first-inning home run against the Marlins was calculated at 456 feet. It's the sixth-longest homer of his career -- his first 450-footer since 2015, when he had a 471-foot shot at Coors Field.

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Thompson allows walk-off HR off his glove (0:30)

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Giancarlo Stanton put the "long" in long ball Friday vs. the Angels. His monster home run was by far the longest of the day.

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Kershaw on all things Dodgers (5:48)
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Stanton's 462-foot HR is nowhere near his longest (0:56)
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Kershaw keeping up with the ever-changing game (2:10)
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Gonzalez mashes first homer of the season (0:17)
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Bellinger slides across foul line for catch (0:29)
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Utley clears the wall with solo homer (0:23)
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