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Kershaw takes dominance to a new level

Clayton Kershaw struck out 10 batters over 7.2 innings, reaching 100 strikeouts with only five walks, the fewest walks at the time of the 100th strikeout in the modern era.

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Joey Bats destroys David Price's pitch

Jose Bautista takes this David Price pitch and launches it way out, with the foul pole the only thing keeping it from going into orbit.

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Bogaerts extends hit streak to 22 games

Red Sox fans had to wait six innings to see if Xander Bogaerts would extend his hitting streak to 22 games. He came through with a single to left. Watch out, Teddy Ballgame.

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Span annihilates ball into second deck

Denard Span. All the way up.

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Correa drills clutch HR in 13th inning

Carlos Correa's pinch-hit, three-run homer puts the Astros up for good over the Angels in the top of the 13th inning.

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Story smacks 14th homer of the season

Trevor Story takes this Johnny Cueto pitch deep to right for his 14th home run of the season.

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Puig nearly makes incredible catch

Yasiel Puig makes a great attempt on a deep ball, slamming into the wall, but is unable to make the grab.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

VIDEO: Jeurys Familia reacts after allowing a pair of ninth-inning runs in the Mets' 4-2 loss to the Dodgers on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Clayton Kershaw had not been removed in the middle of an inning this season. He was Sunday and Curtis Granderson delivered a game-tying triple off Adam Liberatore.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The reactions of Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen tell the story as the Mets tie it up. Dave Roberts doesn't use Jansen, who had been warming up, for the four-out save, and Curtis Granderson triples off Adam Libertore. The only Dodgers who should have pitched were Kershaw and Jansen.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

After Granderson clubs a game-tying triple, none of the Dodgers seem to saying anything. But the body language screaming.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Clayton Kershaw out for the eighth inning at 105 pitches. Season high is 116 on April 21.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Mets have sold out five games this season. Three have come this weekend against the Dodgers. I see what you did there Chase Utley.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Double-digit strikeouts for Clayton Kershaw tonight, the seventh time he has hit the double-digit mark in his last eight games. The 49th time in his career.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Asdrubal Cabrera's home run in the sixth inning was the first hit off Clayton Kershaw in six starts during the month of May. The last home run Kershaw gave up was April 26. It was just the fourth home run the left-hander has allowed this season.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Joc Pederson never left the batter's box area when he flew out to left field; looks like on replay that he thought he hit it foul.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dodgers got the ultimate scare in the fifth inning, when Clayton Kershaw's bat broke on contact and the barrel swung around and hit the right side of his head. He appeared to be OK and came out to pitch in the bottom of the inning. The Dodgers already had batting injuries to two other pitchers: Scott Kazmir (wrist) and Alex Wood (triceps).

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Clayton Kershaw records his 100th K of the season. With only 5 walks … FIVE. #WOW