ANAHEIM, Calif. — An MRI exam on Mike Trout’s tight left hamstring shows no damage or problems, Los Angeles Angels General Manager Billy Eppler says.

Trout got the exam after sitting out for the third time in four games Sunday.

The Angels requested the MRI to “have a thumbprint moving forward” on the two-time AL MVP’s leg, Eppler said Monday, and the images came back “clean and normal.”

The Angels open a three-game series at Oakland on Monday.

Trout missed only three games in each of the past two seasons.

He hasn’t missed more than five games in a season since his AL Rookie of the Year campaign in 2012, which he began in the minor leagues.

METS: Matt Harvey is set to rejoin the team Friday at Milwaukee after serving a three-day suspension for not showing up at Citi Field for a game last weekend.

“You make a mistake. You stand up be accountable and move on. And you know what people forget about it,” Mets Manager Terry Collins said, a day after General Manager Sandy Alderson revealed the discipline for the 28-year-old pitcher.

Harvey was sent home from the ballpark Sunday before his scheduled start against Miami, yet another flap for a pitcher fined for missing a mandatory team workout before the 2015 playoffs.

 Shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera hoped to avoid the disabled list after landing on his left thumb during a game last weekend.

Cabrera had an MRI on Sunday, a day after he was hurt while diving to try to prevent a ground single by the Miami Marlins’ Marcell Ozuna. The MRI did not show serious damage.

YANKEES-CUBS: New York beat Chicago 5-4 in 18 innings on Sunday night, in a game that set both league and franchise strikeout records.

The Cubs and Yankees combined for a major league-record 48 strikeouts in baseball’s longest game of the season by innings, wrapping up in a tidy 6 hours, 5 minutes.

The Yankees, meanwhile, set franchise strikeout records for pitching with 26 and hitting with 22 Ks. The previous single-game records were 19 for pitching and 17 for batting.

PIRATES: Pittsburgh pitcher Jameson Taillon underwent surgery for suspected testicular cancer.

The right-hander had the surgery at Allegheny General Hospital.

BRAVES: Atlanta released former National League MVP Ryan Howard from his minor league contract after he struggled at Triple-A Gwinnett.