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Age not holding back these sluggers

Alex Rodriguez and David Ortiz are both 40, while Albert Pujols is 36 years old. Regardless, all three have continued their march up the all-time home run list this season.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Left-hander Alex Wood had a light outfield throwing session Saturday and said afterward he is good to go for his start Monday in Chicago. Wood was supposed to start Friday in New York but had the outing pushed back because of triceps soreness.

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Albert Pujols moves up HR list

Pujols mashed his 570th career home run in Friday's Angels win, breaking his tie with Rafael Palmeiro to give him sole possession of 12th place on the all-time list. Next up is Harmon Killebrew at 573.

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Utley's clutch double a rarity for L.A.

Chase Utley came up clutch for Los Angeles on Friday night, hitting a game-tying three-run double in the ninth inning. The last Dodger to accomplish that feat was Pee Wee Reese in 1954, per ESPN Stats & Info.

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Kurkjian on Urias: 'This kid is going to be a star' (1:11)
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Shoemaker dealing with 11 K's vs. Astros (0:28)
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Mets walk-off with Granderson solo home run (1:20)
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Pujols smashes 10th HR of the season (0:22)
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Trout clears the bases with one swing (0:44)
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Granderson plays hero with Mets' walk-off HR (0:38)

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

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Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Cal's Jaylen Brown has scheduled group workout with MIN, MIL, TOR and maybe LAL on Saturday, source says. Expected to workout at BOS, NO, & PHX next week.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

During Dodgers BP at Citi Field, Melo made sure to take a picture of his son with Yasiel Puig!

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Urias' debut spoiled by Mets (0:45)

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers 19-year-old rookie starter Julio Urias lasted just 2 2/3 innings in his debut Friday against the Mets. He was limited to 90 pitches regardless of how he performed, but was lifted at 81 pitches after walking his fourth batter of the day and loading the bases. The Mets led 3-1 in the third inning when he departed.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Urías on all the comparisons his son Julio has drawn to Fernando Valenzuela: "Those comparisons to Fernando Valenzuela have happened all over, mostly in the media. But my son and I have talked a lot about it, and we agree, and mostly he has told me himself that Fernando Valenzuela is Fernando Valenzuela and, honestly, there will never be another one like him. Like my son says, I'm going to work on having my own career and try to do it the best I can. He has to build his own name. Those comparisons are greatly appreciated, but not when it comes with the pressure to be Fernando Valenzuela."