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TBLA Monday morning links: Apr. 8, 2019

Get your morning started with some fresh links.

MLB: Los Angeles Dodgers at Colorado Rockies Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Dodgers news...

Beginning to sound like a broken record? Bellinger hits another home run in Sunday’s sweep over the Rockies.

Los Angeles Times’ Jorge Castillo on the Dodgers offense.

Julio Urías helps out his own cause on Sunday night.

A Dodgers story that fits well in any day: How Fernando Valenzuela won over the Hispanic community in Los Angeles.

Around the league...

Benches cleared in Pittsburgh. Former Dodger Yasiel Puig found himself heavily involved in the altercation. He was one of five players in the brawl to get ejected.

ESPN wrote about what went down.

Yahoo! Sports writer Bill Baer shared what he thinks should happen to Pirates starting pitcher Chris Archer.

Sports Illustrated highlighted the five most notable things from Sunday’s brawl.

(Cut4 at it again with the jokes.)

Mike Trout hit five home runs in four games. This is also matches his personal record of consecutive games with a homer.’s Mike Petriello writes about Trout’s stellar start.

2018 National League MVP Christian Yelich hits his 100th career home run in a win over the Cubs. Reuters has the story.

Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez smacked three home runs on Sunday.

Red Sox pitcher David Price is unhappy with the league, saying he is disappointed in the MLB’s failure to market Mookie Betts. Yahoo! Sports has the story.

This fan takes a moment to reflect on Albert Pujols’ career.

“The great thing about baseball is that you never know if you are going to see something amazing when the game begins. And only rarely do you realize that you are watching greatness unfold right before your eyes. Pujols, however, was a player that I knew I had to watch. As his career has unfolded, I can honestly say that I have watched one of the greatest players in baseball history take the field, wear the Birds on the Bat and bring awe to millions.” - Matt Swisher