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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Four scoreless innings for the Dodgers' Scott Kazmir after giving up four runs in the first. Retired 12 consecutive at one point to get there. Dodgers 5-4, T6. Joc Peterson now hitting for Kazmir.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

It took 32 innings, but the Dodgers finally have their first lead in a four-game series at Pittsburgh. All it took was a four-run fifth inning Monday to get it. Dodgers 5-4, B5.

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Trout, Pujols fuel Angels victory

Mike Trout and Albert Pujols each went 3-for-5 in the Angels' 7-6 win on Sunday. It's only the fifth game in their five seasons together in which Trout and Pujols had at least three hits each, the Elias Sports Bureau reports. The Angels won all five of those games.

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Sensabaugh a bargain next to Jenkins

Coty Sensabaugh isn't the player Janoris Jenkins is, but he'll be making less than half what Jenkins got in New York. That should work out well for the Rams, Mike Sando writes. Friendly contracts (Insider)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Chris Taylor trying to Wally Pipp Corey Seager with the triple in his first AB with Dodgers.

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Clayton Kershaw dealing with minor back discomfort (1:23)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Scott Kazmir's first-inning ERA rose to 9.00 for the Dodgers after giving up four in the opening inning to the Pirates.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers' Trayce Thompson, who is still getting treatment for a lower back issue that forced him to miss a few games in late May, does not have a hit in his last 16 at-bats after hitting into a force out in the first inning. Thompson did say this weekend that his back is much improved.

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Lakers GM says team needs help everywhere (1:00)
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Kupchak impressed with Ingram's competitive drive (2:03)
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Kershaw's rough start by the numbers

Clayton Kershaw had one of his worst outings of the season on Sunday. ESPN Stats & Info breaks it down:

  • 6.0 IP, tied for shortest outing
  • 9 hits allowed, second most in a game
  • 4 ER allowed, second most in a game
  • 2 BB allowed, most in a game
  • 4 K, tied for his fewest in a game

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June continues to be Turner's month

Justin Turner went deep again Sunday night, his eighth home run this month. The blast traveled 389 feet, per ESPN's Home Run Tracker.

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Peyton Manning's greatness inspires Candace Parker (0:30)
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DeAndre Jordan inspired by Von Miller (0:30)
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Colangelo reflects on 2016 U.S. Olympic basketball roster

Managing director of USA basketball Jerry Colangelo joins Mike & Mike to share his thoughts on the roster constructed to represent the United States in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

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Kershaw not his usual self in loss to Pirates (1:30)