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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

How did Dodgers OF Trayce Thompson watch his brother Klay's 40-point, 11 3-pointer performance for the Warriors on Saturday? It wasn't easy. The Dodgers were on the bus back to their NYC hotel so Thompson kept track via score apps on his phone before reliever Adam Liberatore found a live feed of the game.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

A day after getting hit in his pitching hand by a line drive, the Dodgers' Kenta Maeda said the pain subsided faster than he thought it would. Maeda is headed out for a light throwing session and is confident he will be just fine to make his next scheduled start.

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Kershaw's dominance in perspective

Clayton Kershaw takes the mound against the Mets on Sunday with 95 strikeouts compared to five walks this season. No pitcher in the modern era (since 1900) has had fewer than seven walks at the time of his 100th strikeout of a season (Cliff Lee in 2010), per Elias Sports Bureau.

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Five reasons the Mets-Dodgers 'feud' is over

While fans packing Citi Field for ESPN Sunday Night Baseball undoubtedly will give Chase Utley an earful, it's extremely likely the episode is history.

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Utley remains a pain for Mets

Even after leaving the NL East, Chase Utley continues to be a thorn in the Mets' side. Utley's two homers on Saturday give him 38 for his career against New York, far and away his most by opponent.

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Olney: Syndergaard's ejection highlights MLB's inconsistency (1:33)
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What a week for Albert Pujols

Two of Pujols' three home runs last week were among the longest he has hit in his time with the Angels.

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Chase Utley gets his revenge vs. Mets

A pitch behind his back from New York ace Noah Syndergaard on Saturday didn't throw Utley off, as he blasted two long homers -- including a seventh-inning grand slam off Hansel Robles -- in Los Angeles' 9-1 win.

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Saturday's longest home runs

A pair of Athletics had big blasts on Saturday, as Danny Valencia's 451-foot home run led the way while Billy Butler's 443-foot bomb -- his first HR of the season -- ranked third.

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Olney: Kershaw's command is 'so extraordinary' (1:03)
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Trout blasts 11th HR of the season (0:25)
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Castro breaks up tie with two-run home run (0:22)
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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Chase Utley wasn't surprised the Mets sought retribution this far into the season series, and he's not ruling out the same thing in the series finale Sunday.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Chase Utley said he understood if the Mets were throwing at him Saturday. He was more interested in talking about a 9-1 victory and how Kenta Maeda threw five scoreless innings after getting hit in the hand with a line drive.

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Utley strikes back, leads Dodgers over Mets (1:31)
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Utley gets revenge with grand slam (0:29)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

How do you respond when a team throws a pitch behind your back? For Chase Utley it would be to hit two home runs, including a grand slam against the Mets. The Dodgers' infielder has five RBIs in seven innings to help his team to a 6-0 lead.