Los Angeles Teams

Trout hits HR that's caught in the bullpen (0:26)
Dodgers flash power with 3-HR night (1:13)
Buehler starts hot, finishes with 11 K's (0:33)
Goodwin goes oppo for HR (0:17)
Pujols jacks one to put Angels on the board (0:17)
Trout smashes 3-run homer in Angels' win (0:28)
Kershaw fans 10, hits RBI single in Dodgers' win (0:45)
Dodgers hit three homers in win over Marlins (0:58)
Nicol: Zlatan proves he's better than Vela when it matters (1:57)

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Lee Smith is glad to have pitched when he did, but there's a certain perennial MVP candidate playing now he wishes he had a crack at.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Edgar Martinez, in our pre-induction Cooperstown interview Fri., said he considers Mike Trout the game's top player today, as Martinez's former Seattle teammate once was. "He hits right-handed, but he reminds me of Junior (Ken Griffey Jr.) — both play centerfield, both have the five tools and instincts." Martinez said he expects Trout to eventually join them in the Hall of Fame.


William Weinbaum ESPN 

Soon to turn 92, former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda arrives for an autograph signing on Main Street in Cooperstown Saturday. The oldest living Hall of Famer, a 1997 inductee, is greeted by 254-game winner Jack Morris, one of two pitchers enshrined last year (Trevor Hoffman was the other).

Twellman: All 3 of Zlatan's goals were unbelievable (1:59)
Ryu fans 7 as Dodgers top Marlins (0:30)
Zlatan steals the show with hat trick in El Trafico (1:59)
Zlatan: I have playoff mode every day (1:21)

Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer 

With just three outs to go, Mike Leake gave up a hit to Luis Rengifo to lose his bid to throw MLB's first perfect game since teammate Felix Hernandez threw one on August 15, 2012. His cutter gave the Angels fits all night.

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