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  • • Russell Westbrook sells Oklahoma home
    Russell Westbrook will always have great affection for the state of Oklahoma, but now he has one fewer piece of real estate there. Westbrook recently sold a home he owned in Edmond, Oklahoma for $426,900, the Los Angeles Times reports. The home was originally built in 2004 and purchased by Westbrook in 2008 for $383,500 when he first began his NBA career. Westbrook went on to spend 11 seasons with...2020
  • • Watch: Devin Booker learned NBA season was suspended while playing 'Call of Duty'
    The postponement of the NBA season due to a pandemic is not something any player could have prepared for, and Devin Booker’s reaction to the news was a tremendous illustration of that. Booker told Arash Markazi of the Los Angeles Times that he was livestreaming on Twitch while playing the popular video game “Call of Duty: Warzone” when he learned on March 11 that the 2019-20 NBA season had been po...2020
  • • MLB commissioner Rob Manfred: Baseball will play a role in 'the healing in this country'
    Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ll have to continue to wait for answers on Major League Baseball’s investigation into the Boston Red Sox regarding their alleged misuse of technology to steal signs.  Commissioner Rob Manfred did reveal to ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt on Wednesday that he’s “done” investigating the matter. Manfred has not had time to write a public report yet but will issue a verdict ...2020
  • • Astros request new judge in player's sign-stealing lawsuit against team
    After getting caught for breaking MLB’s rules during the 2017 and ’18 seasons, the Houston Astros are now reportedly questioning the impartiality of a California judge set to oversee a pending lawsuit by pitcher Mike Bolsinger. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Astros’ lawyers informed Bolsinger’s counsel that they are requesting the Los Angeles County Superior Court to remove judge Malcolm ...2020
  • • Eric Dickerson awkwardly doubles down on criticism of new Rams logo
    Rams legend Eric Dickerson has made it abundantly clear that when it comes to the team’s new logo, he’s more than not a fan. In fact, it appears that he downright hates it. The Hall of Fame running back has now doubled down on his initial criticism of the logo by making a blunt and awkwardly unflattering comparison. Dickerson, who is the Rams’ vice president of business development, originally art...2020
  • • Tom Brady tries to capitalize on his shared initials with Tampa Bay
    Sorry, Tom Brokaw. No dice, Tony Bennett. Better luck next time, Terry Bradshaw. Tom Brady has moved to Tampa Bay, and he’s going to try to cash in on the common nature of his and its initials. According to the Los Angeles Times, via Sports Business Daily, Brady has filed a trademark application for “TB [more]...2020
  • • World Series on Christmas? Agent Scott Boras proposes interesting MLB schedule
    Watching the World Series on Christmas would be pretty cool, but how could this possibly become reality? Well, Scott Boras has an idea. The well-known sports agent has brainstormed some ideas for how Major League Baseball can play a 162-game schedule in 2020 amid the coronavirus outbreak. Boras's plan is an optimistic one. He submitted two ideas to the MLB, according to Mike DiGiovanna of the Los ...2020
  • • World Series game on Christmas? It's part of Scott Boras' proposed MLB schedule for 2020 season
    Boras told the Los Angeles Times about his vision for the 2020 season...2020
  • • Due to pandemic, NFL Draft likely to be televised as studio show
    The NFL is no longer holding this year’s draft in Las Vegas as originally planned due to the government’s changes in response to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the draft will still go on from April 23-25 as planned. So how will the event be televised? The Los Angeles Times’ Sam Farmer reported on Saturday that the league plans to televise the draft from a studio setting. Farmer says “the curre...2020
  • • Lakers decide to test players for the coronavirus
    With the news on Tuesday of four Nets players testing positive for the coronavirus, the Los Angeles Lakers decided to get tested on Wednesday morning, reports Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times. According to the report, the tests were not mandatory for the players and none of the Lakers’ coaches were tested. The players who were tested that were still in the L.A. area are hoping to get resu...2020

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Los Angeles Times injury and suspension

  • • Watch: Devin Booker learned NBA season was suspended while playing 'Call of Duty'
    The postponement of the NBA season due to a pandemic is not something any player could have prepared for, and Devin Booker’s reaction to the news was a tremendous illustration of that. Booker told Arash Markazi of the Los Angeles Times that he was livestreaming on Twitch while playing the popular video game “Call of Duty: Warzone” when he learned on March 11 that the 2019-20 NBA season had been po...2020
  • • Lakers to undergo coronavirus testing, self-quarantine after playing Nets
    With four players on the Brooklyn Nets testing positive for the coronavirus, there is concern now about the team that they played most recently. Brad Turner of The Los Angeles Times reported on Tuesday that Los Angeles Lakers players will be tested for the disease on Wednesday and have a 14-day period of self-quarantine. The Lakers played the Nets on Mar. 10 in their final game before the suspensi...2020
  • • Report: MLB, players' association representatives set to meet this weekend
    On Thursday, public health imperatives relating to the spread of the coronavirus forced Major League Baseball to suspend spring training and institute at least a two-week delay to the start of the regular season.  These decisions leave many questions left to answer in the coming days, weeks and months. Major-league teams are currently holding in place in Florida and Arizona and awaiting further di...2020
  • • Report: NBA season could be suspended for at least a month
    It may be a long time before the NBA is back in action. In a mass text on Wednesday, Dan Woike of The Los Angeles Times revealed that a player testing positive for coronavirus would result in the league going on hiatus of at least a month, citing a recent talk with an NBA official. The NBA announced that the season has been suspended indefinitely in the wake of Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert testing...2020
  • • Amid battles with carpal tunnel, Price says he has feeling in his hand again
    David Price appears to be taking a big step in the right direction now that he is a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers. The former Cy Young winner made his first start of the spring on Monday, pitching 1.1 innings against the Cincinnati Reds. After the game, Price, who has battled carpal tunnel syndrome and circulatory problems in his wrist throughout his entire career, gave a positive update on hi...2020
  • • Tyler Skaggs’ death being investigated by grand injury
    The death of former Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs could eventually result in criminal charges, as the case is now under investigation by a grand jury. According to a report from Bill Shaikin and Richard Winton of the Los Angeles Times, a Texas grand jury has been hearing evidence that could lead to criminal charges related to Skaggs’ death. Laurie Levenson, a Loyola Law School professor ...2020
  • • Joe Maddon: 'Hard to imagine' Griffin Canning not starting season on IL
    The Griffin Canning health situation has drawn quite a bit of attention in Angels’ camp recently. Manager Joe Maddon told reporters (including Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times) Sunday afternoon “it would be hard to imagine” a situation in which Canning doesn’t begin the season on the injured list. Canning was unable to participate in his scheduled throwing session Saturday due to persistent t...2020
  • • Red Sox outfielder Alex Verdugo continues to be slowed by stress fracture in his lower back
    Red Sox outfielder Alex Verdugo has a stress fracture in his lower back, the team told reporters (including Chris Cotillo of MassLive). The organization is comfortable with Verdugo’s progress but plans to take things slowly in the early going, Cotillo notes.  Interim manager Ron Roenicke acknowledged to reporters (including Cotillo) that “if everything goes right, he still might not be ready for O...2020
  • • Lakers faring well so far in Anthony Davis' three-game absence
    The Lakers haven’t missed a beat with Anthony Davis out of their lineup for the last three games, beating Dallas, Oklahoma City, and Cleveland by an average margin of nearly 20 points per contest as the star big man recovers from a lower back injury. As Tania Ganguli of The Los Angeles Times writes, the team’s success prompted Davis to joke today that the Lakers don’t actually need him, but head c...2020
  • • Suns' Ayton: Reserve role has been an adjustment
    Suns center Deandre Ayton finds himself in a reserve role for the time being and he admits it’s an adjustment, as he told Duane Rankin of the Arizona Republic. Ayton is working his way back into top shape after a 25-game league-imposed suspension. “I’ve never been through this, but it’s new,” the top overall pick of the 2018 draft said. “I’m just holding my head high and just working.” Ayton had 1...2020

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Los Angeles Times trade, contract, salary rumors

  • • Russell Westbrook sells Oklahoma home
    Russell Westbrook will always have great affection for the state of Oklahoma, but now he has one fewer piece of real estate there. Westbrook recently sold a home he owned in Edmond, Oklahoma for $426,900, the Los Angeles Times reports. The home was originally built in 2004 and purchased by Westbrook in 2008 for $383,500 when he first began his NBA career. Westbrook went on to spend 11 seasons with...2020
  • • Tom Brady tries to capitalize on his shared initials with Tampa Bay
    Sorry, Tom Brokaw. No dice, Tony Bennett. Better luck next time, Terry Bradshaw. Tom Brady has moved to Tampa Bay, and he’s going to try to cash in on the common nature of his and its initials. According to the Los Angeles Times, via Sports Business Daily, Brady has filed a trademark application for “TB [more]...2020
  • • Due to pandemic, NFL Draft likely to be televised as studio show
    The NFL is no longer holding this year’s draft in Las Vegas as originally planned due to the government’s changes in response to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the draft will still go on from April 23-25 as planned. So how will the event be televised? The Los Angeles Times’ Sam Farmer reported on Saturday that the league plans to televise the draft from a studio setting. Farmer says “the curre...2020
  • • Rams reportedly won’t exercise option on CB Nickell Robey-Coleman
    Another cornerback is hitting the market. The Rams have informed Nickell Robey-Coleman that they won’t pick up his option and he’ll become an unrestricted free agent, according to Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times (Twitter link). Had the Rams picked up his option, Robey-Coleman would’ve had a $4.5 million cap hit. Los Angeles has been shedding defenders left and right in free agency, as starters...2020
  • • Rams decline option on Nickell Robey-Coleman
    After further review, cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman will hit free agency. The Rams have decided not to exercise the option on Robey-Coleman’s contract, Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times reports. Robey-Coleman would have had a $4.5 million cap hit this year, but he won’t cost anything against the Rams’ cap now. Best known as the [more]...2020
  • • Rams could see significant departures when free agency hits
    The Rams have aggressively collected talent in recent years, swinging bold trades to add veteran players to the mix. At a certain point, it becomes impossible to pay all those players. Via Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times, the Rams are bracing themselves for the loss of some key parts, whenever free agency opens. [more]...2020
  • • Report: MLB, players' association representatives set to meet this weekend
    On Thursday, public health imperatives relating to the spread of the coronavirus forced Major League Baseball to suspend spring training and institute at least a two-week delay to the start of the regular season.  These decisions leave many questions left to answer in the coming days, weeks and months. Major-league teams are currently holding in place in Florida and Arizona and awaiting further di...2020
  • • Report: NBA season could be suspended for at least a month
    It may be a long time before the NBA is back in action. In a mass text on Wednesday, Dan Woike of The Los Angeles Times revealed that a player testing positive for coronavirus would result in the league going on hiatus of at least a month, citing a recent talk with an NBA official. The NBA announced that the season has been suspended indefinitely in the wake of Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert testing...2020
  • • Kenta Maeda Asked Out Of Los Angeles
    As if there weren’t enough drama surrounding the Dodgers’ three-way deal for Mookie Betts, departed Dodger Kenta Maeda revealed on his YouTube channel that he had requested a trade out of Los Angeles, per Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times. Neither the trade nor the revelation of Maeda’s request are particularly shocking as Maeda…...2020
  • • Right-hander Kenta Maeda reveals he asked out of Los Angeles
    As if there weren’t enough drama surrounding the Dodgers’ three-way deal for outfielder Mookie Betts, departed Dodgers right-hander Kenta Maeda revealed on his YouTube channel that he had requested a trade out of Los Angeles, according to Dylan Hernandez of the Los Angeles Times. Neither the trade nor the revelation of Maeda’s request are particularly shocking since Maeda had made clear in the pas...2020

Los Angeles Times stats

  • • Todd Gurley not worried about losing rushing title by sitting in Week 17
    Todd Gurley currently leads the NFL in rushing but could conceivably lose the top spot because the Los Angeles Rams are electing to sit him in Sunday’s season finale.Rams head coach Sean McVay hinted at resting some starters — including Gurley and presumably quarterback Jared Goff, among others — during Sunday’s Week 17 game against the San Francisco 49ers. The team has locked up either the third ...2017

Los Angeles Times kids, wife/husband, girlfriend/boyfriend, father/mother

  • • Kobe Bryant's daughter Gianna also killed in helicopter crash
    Kobe Bryant’s 13-year-old daughter was also killed in a helicopter crash on Sunday morning that claimed the life of the legendary basketball player. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed Sunday morning that five people were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas. There were no survivors. There was initial confusion about who was aboard the helicopter, as plenty of misinformation...2020
  • • Report: Former Big Baller Brand business manager being investigated by FBI
    Gregory Alan Foster, the former business manager for Big Baller Brand, is being investigated by the FBI for potentially defrauding the Ball family, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times. Foster, who had known the Ball family since Lonzo was in middle school, was described by Lonzo as being “like my second dad.” Foster was removed from his position back in March, amid rumors that Big Bal...2019
  • • FBI reportedly investigating Lonzo Ball's former business manager
    Lonzo Ball and his family recently had a falling out with longtime business manager Gregory Alan Foster. And it’s possible that Foster cost the Los Angeles Lakers guard and his family millions. Tania Ganguli and Richard Winton of the Los Angeles Times reported that the matter is being investigated by the FBI. “Authorities say the investigation is focused on allegations included in a lawsuit filed ...2019
  • • Report: Lonzo Ball passed on 'unauthorized' surgery after Lakers' threat to void contract
    Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball nearly underwent an "unauthorized" procedure on his left ankle procedure before the organization threatened to void his rookie contract, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports. The drama occurred in late February with Ball travelling to Ohio to undergo the surgery before the Lakers brass talked him out of it. Owner Jeanie Buss sent a plane to Ohio to pick up Ball and ...2019
  • • Lonzo Ball says he’s in charge of hiring new agent, business decisions
    After a recent report that his father is exploring finding a new agent, Lakers point guard Lonzo Ball has confirmed he is taking the lead on his career moves, reports Tania Ganguli of the Los Angeles Times. As we relayed on Friday, Ball, 21, parted ways with longtime agent Harrison Gaines. ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne reported the split was a mutual decision, unrelated to the recent lawsuit filed again...2019
  • • LeBron James impressed with Lonzo Ball for taking control of his career
    Lonzo Ball’s recent off-court moves have the approval of teammate LeBron James. James said he was impressed by Ball, who seems to be shifting his off-court priorities and taking control of his career. Ball has also hinted at moving to Nike, which James said he’d welcome, but the important thing to James is that the Lakers guard is growing up. “I love the fact that he’s taking control of his (stuff...2019
  • • Patrick Beverley fined $25K for throwing ball at Mavs superfan
    Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley was ejected from Sunday’s game against the Dallas Mavericks for tossing the ball at a fan, and he has also been fined for the incident. On Tuesday, that NBA announced that Beverley has been fined $25,000. The 30-year-old threw a bounce pass toward Mavericks superfan Don Knobler after Knobler supposedly cursed at him. Knobler admitted to calling Bev...2018
  • • Patrick Beverley hit with $25K fine for throwing ball at Dallas superfan
    The NBA came down hard on Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley, fining him $25,000 for “throwing the game ball at a spectator” on Sunday in Dallas. Beverley was ejected from the game after bouncing the ball into the stands at a fan who was taunting him. The fan who was jawing at him was a Dallas superfan, Don Knobler. After the game, he explained why he was so heated. Beverley said Knobler ...2018
  • • Yu Darvish explains family reasons behind Dodgers exit
    Yu Darvish was a massive disappointment for the Los Angeles Dodgers down the stretch in 2017, and he didn’t win many fans thanks to his World Series performance. That factor had a lot to do with why he opted to leave town after he became a free agent.Darvish admitted in a new interview that he wanted to remain with the Dodgers, but he felt he and his family wouldn’t be able to overcome the antipat...2018
  • • Harden explains why he's not recruiting in LeBron to Houston
    In the past, we’ve seen a lot of NBA players take a very active role in recruiting top free agents to their organization. The Houston Rockets don’t seem inclined to do that with LeBron James.Despite having the likely league MVP in James Harden and a close friend of James in Chris Paul, there isn’t much of a recruiting effort going on. According to Harden, that’s because they don’t really believe t...2018

Top Los Angeles Times news

  • • Kobe Bryant's daughter Gianna also killed in helicopter crash
    2020
  • • Wade Phillips out as Rams coordinator
    Wade Phillips is a free agent again. The veteran defensive coordinator will not return to the Rams next season, according to Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times. The72-year-old Phillips took the fall for a defense full of expensive veteran stars not matching the previous season’s level. Prior to joining the Rams in 2017, he [more]...2020
  • • Giants Acquire Zack Cozart
    The Giants have acquired infielder Zack Cozart and shortstop prospect Will Wilson from the Angels for cash considerations, Maria Torres of the Los Angeles Times reports. San Francisco will pay all of Cozart’s $12.167MM salary for 2020, per Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register. Cozart joined the Angels as a high-priced free-agent signing two…...2019
  • • Kenta Maeda Asked Out Of Los Angeles
    2020
  • • Angels Reach Stadium Agreement With City Of Anaheim
    The Halos will stay at home for at least thirty more years after reaching a deal with the city of Anaheim, according to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times (via Twitter). As part of the arrangement, which runs through the 2050 campaign, the club has purchased Angel Stadium and its surrounding lots for a…...2019
  • • World Series game on Christmas? It's part of Scott Boras' proposed MLB schedule for 2020 season
    2020
  • • Dodgers To Sign Jimmy Nelson
    The Dodgers have reached a one-year deal with righty Jimmy Nelson, according to Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times (Twitter link). The contract includes a $1.25MM guarantee and the possibility of greater earnings, including a vesting/mutual option for another season, according to Castillo, Bob Nightengale of USA Today (Twitter links), and MLB.com’s Adam McCalvy (Twitter links).…...2020
  • • Dodgers Reportedly Didn’t Make Offer To Anthony Rendon
    Third baseman Anthony Rendon is no longer a free agent, having agreed to join the Angels on Wednesday for seven years and $245MM. The Dodgers were thought to be in the mix for Rendon’s services, but it turns out that they never even made the superstar an offer, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times…...2019
  • • Poll: Will The Dodgers Trade Yasmani Grandal?
    Yasmani Grandal has been among the best catchers in the majors during his three-year tenure with the Dodgers, but it’s possible he’ll don a different uniform next season. After the Dodgers lost Game 7 of the World Series to the Astros on Wednesday, Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times reported that the National League…...2017
  • • Tensions Rising In MLB, MiLB Negotiations
    The relationship is strained and tensions are rising between Major League Baseball and its minor league affiliates. Negotiations between the two sides have failed to find middle ground, and both sides have publicly decried the other, per Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times. Commissioner Rob Manfred is now threatening to walk away completely if…...2019

Los Angeles Times fantasy rankings and news

  • • NL West Notes: Barnes, Tomas, Giants
    When Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi isn’t working to get an edge on rival teams, he’s trying to out-maneuver those within the organization in fantasy football, as Andy McCullough writes in a fun piece for the Los Angeles Times. Dodgers players are regretting their decision to allow the executive into the team’s league, it seems, as he…...2018

Los Angeles Times schedule, game

  • • World Series on Christmas? Agent Scott Boras proposes interesting MLB schedule
    2020
  • • World Series game on Christmas? It's part of Scott Boras' proposed MLB schedule for 2020 season
    2020
  • • Lakers decide to test players for the coronavirus
    2020
  • • Report: MLB, players' association representatives set to meet this weekend
    2020
  • • Report: NBA season could be suspended for at least a month
    2020
  • • Joe Maddon: 'Hard to imagine' Griffin Canning not starting season on IL
    2020
  • • Right-hander Kenta Maeda reveals he asked out of Los Angeles
    2020
  • • Dodgers well-stocked with young arms for rotation, bullpen
    The Dodgers have no shortage of options for their starting rotation. Even after trading Kenta Maeda to the Twins, Los Angeles has Walker Buehler, Clayton Kershaw, David Price, Alex Wood, Julio Urías, Dustin May, Tony Gonsolin, Ross Stripling and Jimmy Nelson on the 40-man roster. So too is prospect Mitchell White, but he doesn’t figure to be in the mix out of the gate after posting a 6.50 ERA in 6...2020
  • • Clayton Kershaw blasts Astros owner for 'ignorant' comments
    The Los Angeles Dodgers were already angered after being cheated by the Houston Astros in the 2017 World Series. After hearing Astros owner Jim Crane’s pathetic apology, Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw didn’t hesitate to blast Crane. Kershaw gave some of the Astros players credit for delivering a sincere apology to start spring training. However, Kershaw found Crane’s claim that the cheating didn’...2020
  • • Danny Green calls Lakers ‘America’s team’
    Danny Green thinks that the Dallas Cowboys should step aside for his team. After Saturday’s road win over the Houston Rockets, the Los Angeles Lakers swingman reacted to the audible presence of Laker fans at the Toyota Center, including an “MVP” chant for LeBron James and a “Let’s Go Lakers” chant. “It’s been amazing,” said Green, per Tania Ganguli of the Los Angeles Times. “It just shows that thi...2020

Los Angeles Times rumors, scandals

  • • Watch: Devin Booker learned NBA season was suspended while playing 'Call of Duty'
    2020
  • • Astros request new judge in player's sign-stealing lawsuit against team
    2020
  • • Kenta Maeda Asked Out Of Los Angeles
    2020
  • • Right-hander Kenta Maeda reveals he asked out of Los Angeles
    2020
  • • Magic Johnson addresses rumored ESPN article on allegations
    Was there something more to Magic Johnson’s decision to abruptly resign on Tuesday from his position as president of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Lakers? When Johnson made his shocking announcement, there was some speculation among media members that the decision was related to a rumored ESPN article that would reflect negatively upon him. Here’s the Los Angeles Times’ Tania Ganguli o...2019
  • • Lakers pull out of Anthony Davis trade talks over 'outrageous' demands
    Los Angeles Lakers general manager Magic Johnson is not going to play the game anymore with New Orleans Pelicans general manager Dell Demps. According to Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times, the team has at least for the moment disengaged from any further trade talks for Anthony Davis. “The Lakers have ‘pulled out’ of any more conversations in trying to acquire New Orleans All-Star Anthony D...2019
  • • Timberwolves' winless road trip reportedly spurred Jimmy Butler trade
    Jimmy Butler’s situation with the Minnesota Timberwolves came to a head Friday night, according to reports. On Friday night, the Timberwolves concluded a five-game road trip with a 121-110 loss to the Sacramento Kings, ensuring an 0-5 record on the trip. That apparently was enough to convince coach and president Tom Thibodeau that Butler was dragging down the team and causing dysfunction and decid...2018
  • • Magic release MSU alum Adreian Payne
    The Magic have waived two-way player Adreian Payne, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN tweets. Payne’s name has surfaced in the unfolding Michigan State scandal after an alleged sexual assault.Payne, a four-year veteran, had played sparingly for Orlando’s big league club, seeing action in just five games for the Magic. In 107 career games he’s averaged 4.2 points and 2.9 rebounds in 13.1 minutes per game....2018
  • • LeBron James addresses Lonzo Ball conversation, has high praise for Lakers rookie
    The secret conversation that took place on the court between LeBron James and Lonzo Ball on Thursday night has sent social media into a frenzy, with many funny memes and captions being posted by Twitter users who have been attempting to predict what the two were saying.James was asked if he finds the speculation about the conversation amusing, and he had this to say in response:“I don’t see the re...2017
  • • Report: ‘Little momentum’ in Dodgers’ talks for Stanton
    Reports that the Dodgers were interested in trading for Giancarlo Stanton created a lot of buzz during the week, but those talks reportedly are not far along.Andy McCullough of the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday that there was “little momentum” in the Dodgers’ talks with the Miami Marlins centering around Stanton, though that could always change. This is more or less in line with everything ...2017

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