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Albert Pujols left no doubt on the 598th home run of his career, one-hopping it into the front of the Sherwin-Williams paint can beyond the left-field fence. It came up just two feet short of his season-long.

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David Price's season debut -- three runs surrendered in five innings -- was far from a disaster, but it wasn't all that promising either. The lefty's fastball failed to miss many bats, while he lacked his usual command with his cutter/slider.

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What will the Angels' offense look with Mike Trout on the DL? If the numbers are any indication, it won't be pretty. Trout has homered four times more frequently than the rest of the team combined this season, while posting a slugging percentage more than 400 points higher.

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Nobody in baseball goes long quite like Joey Gallo, who hit another bomb on Monday. Only six of his 23 career homers have failed to reach 400 feet, while a whopping 13 of them have exceeded 430 feet, including an MLB-high eight this season.

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Edwin Encarnacion's homer was not only the longest in MLB on Monday, but also the longest by any Indians player this season. Meanwhile, Shin-Soo Choo hit his longest home run since Aug. 5, 2010, and Yonder Alonso hit the deepest bomb of his eight-year career.

Jalen Rose @JalenRose

Been asking/tweeting those questions for years. NBA/NFL governance vs MLB. The racial component seems so obvious.

Jalen Rose @JalenRose

NFL/NBA=Post HS draft restrictions, salary caps, punish for weed/celebrations,fighting is taboo, fines more expensive. Not in MLB. Why?

Kevin Negandhi @KNegandhiESPN

Ryan Zimmerman on Strickland throwing at Harper 3 yrs after he hit 2 HRs- “I don't get to fight the pitcher when he strikes me out twice."

karl ravech @karlravechespn

Trout and Harper making news on the same day again. Injuries are bad for baseball what about fights? Rhetorical question. Kind of

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Prior to being hit by Hunter Strickland's pitch, Bryce Harper was 2-for-2 with 2 HR against the Giants reliever, both in the 2014 NLDS.