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Dodgers vs. Rays lineups: Austin Barnes to start in Game 6 of World Series
For the first time in the postseason, Austin Barnes will start at catcher for a starting pitcher not named Clayton Kershaw or Walker Buehler.
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U.S. sprinter Christian Coleman draws two-year ban, will miss Tokyo Olympics
Coleman, the reigning 100-meter champion at the world championships, was punished for missing a string of random doping tests.
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Rams release rookie kicker Samuel Sloman
Rookie kicker Samuel Sloman is released by the Rams after having another field goal blocked Monday night. The team signed veteran kicker Kai Forbath last week.
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USC tight ends ready to prove they can handle a larger role in the offense
In 2019, USC tight ends had 15 receptions — or just 4% of the Trojans' total catches. New tight ends coach John David Baker hopes to change that.
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Jalen Guyton, Tyron Johnson have made speedy contributions to Chargers' offense
Injuries afford opportunities for Chargers' undrafted receivers Jalen Guyton and Tyron Johnson, and the speedsters are making the most of them.
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Rams punter Johnny Hekker pulls off a perfect inside job
Rams punter Johnny Hekker dropped five punts inside the 20 during the team's 24-10 win over the Chicago Bears on Monday and has become a defensive weapon.
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Rams' 24-10 victory over the Chicago Bears by the numbers
A look at the Rams' 24-10 victory over the Chicago Bears by the numbers.
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Rams' defense shuts down Nick Foles and Bears in win
The Rams defense was on target against Nick Foles and the Chicago Bears in the team's 24-10 win on Monday.
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Dodgers fans thrilled at possible World Series title while lamenting 2020 oddities
Fans who traveled to Texas to watch the Dodgers chase a World Series title appreciate the opportunity while recognizing a celebration would be muted.
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LAUSD nears giving approval for athletes to return to campuses for workouts
City Section football coaches are given an update from LAUSD's Trent Cornelius on Monday about conditioning at school facilities
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Dustin May's mechanics improve, so do his results, and he's ready for the ball again
Dustin May, the Dodgers rookie with the blazing fastball and fiery red hair, threw 22 strikes in 30 pitches in Game 5, an improvement from earlier outings.
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Tyronn Lue close to adding three assistants to Clippers' staff
Miami assistant Dan Craig, ex-Brooklyn coach Kenny Atkinson and former Cleveland assistant Larry Drew have committed to join the Clippers as assistants.
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Lisa Baird faces challenges head-on as NWSL commissioner
Lisa Baird staged two successful and safe tournaments during a global pandemic within her first months as commissioner of the National Women's Soccer League.
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Southern Section remains optimistic football season will start on time
Spokesman Thom Simmons said the CIF is working with the governor's office on guidelines to play football.
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Column: Eliminating plucky Rays in World Series Game 6 a tall order for the Dodgers
The Rays credited the baseball gods for their victory over the Dodgers in Game 4 of the World Series, but those otherworldly forces deserted them in Game 5.
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Chargers' Jalen Guyton is making every catch count
Chargers receiver Jalen Guyton has eight receptions for 258 yards and three touchdowns this season. That's an average of 32.3 yards per catch.
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Rams vs. Bears matchups: Jared Goff looks to recapture rhythm
The Rams look to get back on the winning track against a five-win Chicago Bears team led by former Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles.
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Tony Gonsolin to start for the Dodgers vs. Rays in Game 6 of World Series
With the opportunity to win their first World Series in 32 years on the line, the Dodgers will start Tony Gonsolin in Game 6 of the World Series.
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Column: No longer an October failure, Clayton Kershaw is a win away from becoming a champion
For Clayton Kershaw, the look of devastation from previous postseasons was replaced by an occasional smile following the Dodgers' Game 5 win over the Rays.
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Joc Pederson making it a 'Joctober' to remember for Dodgers
Joc Pederson was nearly traded away by the Dodgers before the season even started, but he's lived up to his "Joctober" nickname in the World Series.
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'Home, home, home!' How Dodgers foiled Manuel Margot's stealing home gamble
Max Muncy's shouting coupled with some quick-witted baseball instincts by Clayton Kershaw prevented the Rays' Manuel Margot from stealing home in Game 5.
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Do Chargers have a kicker problem again? And is it spreading?
Beleaguered Chargers kicker Michael Badgley made two of three field goal attempts against Jacksonville but missed an extra point for the second straight week.
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Dodgers beat Rays in Game 5, are one win from first World Series title since 1988
Behind a strong outing from Clayton Kershaw and three relievers, the Dodgers defeated the Tampa Bay Rays to take a three-games-to-two lead in the World Series.
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Chargers relieved to get win but concerned about weekly defensive meltdowns
The Chargers' defense relinquished a double-digit lead for the third straight game, causing concern for coach Anthony Lynn.
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Photos: Dodgers vs. Rays in World Series Game 5
Photos from Game 5 of the World Series between the Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas.
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SoCal native Patrick Cantlay wins Zozo Championship in his Sherwood debut
Despite growing up in Long Beach and playing for UCLA, Patrick Cantlay never played at Sherwood Country Club. He won the Zozo Championship there on Sunday.
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Chargers' 39-29 victory over the Jaguars by the numbers
Breaking down the notable numbers behind the Chargers' 39-29 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at SoFi Stadium on Sunday.
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Chargers blow another big lead but this time bounce back to beat Jaguars
Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert set a franchise record at his position with 66 rushing yards during a 39-29 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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