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Joc Pederson and Muncy opened the first with an encore of their performance Monday night, belting back-to-back homers off Pirates starter Ivan Nova , marking the second straight game in which the duo ripped consecutive solo shots. For Nova, it was just the beginning of what was a rough outing for the right-hander; the Dodgers teed up five home runs off him, the most a Pirates pitcher has ever given up in a single game.

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Pederson and Muncy's leadoff knocks marked the seventh time this season the Dodgers have gone back-to-back. But Muncy wasn't finished -- he homered again during his second at-bat in the third inning, working a 2-0 count before launching his team-leading 20th blast of the season. It was Muncy's second career multi-homer game; he hit two against the Rockies on June 3.

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