OUT LOUD

"What is normal? We all lost a really good friend, so I don't know what normal is in this situation. I have no idea what the future holds for us Monday or afterward because not many guys have been through this or experienced something like this."

— Angels catcher Dustin Garneau on the July 1 death of teammate Tyler Skaggs. A funeral will be held Monday, an off day for the team; Milwaukee outfielder Ryan Braun will miss a home game against Cincinnati to attend.

GAME OF NUMBERS

4

Players to hit at least 15 home runs in each of the first 19 seasons of his career; the Angels' Albert Pujols on Sunday joined Barry Bonds, Eddie Murray and Frank Robinson.

27

Consecutive games without a loss for Washington starting pitchers before Joe Ross lost to Atlanta; that was the longest such streak since the 1916 New York Giants.

ON THE SHELF

Brandon Woodruff

RHP • Milwaukee

The All-Star is headed to the injured list and will get a magnetic resonance imaging exam Monday after straining his left oblique at Arizona. Woodruff, 11-3 with a 3.75 ERA, entered Sunday's game having given up three earned runs over his previous 20⅓ innings, but he left against the Diamondbacks after surrendering four runs on six hits in three-plus innings.