Justin Turner's three-run home run in the third inning in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Cubs gave the Dodgers five players with at least 10 home runs, the first time they have done so before the All-Star break in 15 years.
Turner's home run was his 10th of the season and the 95th hit by the Dodgers in 2015, 11 more than any other National League team.
Turner joins Joc Pederson (19), Adrian Gonzalez (13), Yasmani Grandal (10) and Alex Guerrero (10) in the double-digit club, the first time for the franchise before the All-Star break since 2000, when Gary Sheffield (27), Eric Karros (25), Todd Hundley (17), Shawn Green (13) and Kevin Elster turned the trick.
The Dodgers' record for most players with 10 or more home runs before the All-Star break is six, accomplished in both 1979 — Davey Lopes (20), Ron Cey (17), Steve Garvey (14), Joe Ferguson (11), Dusty Baker (10) and Reggie Smith (10) — and 1977 — Garvey (22), Baker (19), Cey (18), Smith (17), Rick Monday (11) and Steve Yeager (10).
Andre Ethier has nine home runs and Jimmy Rollins seven, with 17 more games before the All-Star break.