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Dodgers equalize home run record, crush Arizona 22-1

Dodgers equalize home run record, crush Arizona 22-1

Justin Turner and Mookie Betts each hit grand slams, Albert Pujols and AJ Pollock homered twice and the Los Angeles Dodgers matched a franchise record by hitting eight total times to trample the Arizona Diamondbacks 22-1 on Saturday.

Cody Bellinger and Zacj McKinstry also homered, and the Dodgers tied a career record for Los Angeles, which in 2001 scored another 22 against Colorado. It was his highest-scoring game ever at Dodger Stadium.

The Dodgers were 9-0 after two innings and took advantage of the work of Walker Buehler, who was selected as a substitute for the All-Star Game on Saturday.

Buehler (9-1) pitched six scoreless innings, allowing three hits and striking out seven. Caleb Smith (2-6) took the loss.

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For the Diamondbacks, Venezuelans Eduardo Escobar 2-0; David Peralta 4-1.

For the Dodgers, Albert Pujols 6-3 with two runs scored and three RBIs. (AP)

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