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Opening day on July 4 could have been something special. Too bad MLB blew it
Major League Baseball could've had a really special Opening Day on July 4th. Instead, money squabbles between players and owners pushed it back.
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This day in sports: Multiple 100-meter dash records fall on same day
A look at what happened in sports history on July 3 including multiple 100-meter dash records falling on the same day at the National Sports Festival in 1983.
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Clippers close training facility for a day after positive COVID test
The Clippers closed their training facility for a thorough cleaning on Thursday after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
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Soccer on TV: European tournament berths up for grabs
Real Madrid can lengthen its lead in La Liga while there are three European tournament berths up for grabs in a tight EPL table this weekend in soccer.
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Dodgers sign reliever AJ Ramos to a minor league contract
The Dodgers signed reliever AJ Ramos to a minor league contract Thursday, according to a person with knowledge of the situation. He hasn't pitched since 2018.
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Nico Young of Newbury Park is selected Gatorade national track and field athlete of the year
Newbury Park High distance runner Nico Young, who is headed to Northern Arizona, set the state record for 5,000 meters.
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Minor Disruption: Robbie Peto signed with Dodgers as undrafted free agent. Now what?
Robbie Peto, a right-handed pitcher out of Stetson, is a member of the Dodgers organization. But because of the coronavirus crisis, he's not sure what comes next.
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Three more SoFi Stadium construction workers test positive for COVID-19
Three more construction workers at SoFi Stadium have tested positive for COVID-19, increasing the total to 28 workers who have contracted the virus.
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Former Sherman Oaks Notre Dame shotputter Nia Britt unveils children's book
"BakersTown Chronicles" is about cookies, superpowers, sports and kids coming to the rescue.
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Baseball on July 4? How this Dodgers alum got his league to play
The USPBL, focusing on biomechanics and coaching, sets out to groom overlooked MLB prospects.
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Anthony Davis confident Lakers can pick up where they left off
Despite the uncertainty of playing in a bubble when the NBA season resumes, Lakers forward Anthony Davis is confident the team can continue its title run.
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Nine more NBA players test positive for the coronavirus
A total of 25 NBA players have tested positive for COVID-19 as the league gets set to restart its season in Orlando, Fla., this month.
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Trial date for Dodgers outfielder Andrew Toles is set for Aug. 5
Dodgers' Andrew Toles was arrested after being found sleeping behind a Florida building. He did not appear in court for Thursday's arraignment.
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Kobe Bryant will be featured on the cover of 'NBA 2K21 Mamba Edition'
Two hand-painted portraits of late Lakers legend Kobe Bryant will be featured on the covers of the "NBA 2K21 Mamba Edition" video games.
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Lakers, Clippers hope old NBA habits translate into wins when season resumes
As the NBA gears up to resume play, the Lakers and Clippers believe they can recapture the form that made them title contenders. Others are not so sure.
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This day in sports: Billie Jean King wins her first of six Wimbledon singles titles
A look at what happened on July 2 in sports history, including Billie Jean King winning the first of her six women's singles titles at Wimbledon in 1966.
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Reshanda Gray and Te'a Cooper took strange routes to Sparks
Sparks introduce Reshanda Gray and Te'a Cooper, a journeywoman forward and rookie guard who hope to take advantage of new WNBA opportunities.
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MLS Is Back tournament could be in jeopardy
MLS Is Back tournament could be in jeopardy due to players testing positive for COVID-19 and other clubs delaying their arrival to Orlando, Fla.
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Column: Doc Rivers hopeful, yet concerned, about NBA completing season
With about a week to go before teams are due to report to Orlando, Clippers coach Doc Rivers acknowledged he's concerned about the health of everyone involved.
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Lakers sign J.R. Smith; still hopeful Dwight Howard will play
Lakers coach Frank Vogel discussed how veteran guard J.R. Smith will fit in with the team. He's hopeful Dwight Howard will join the club when the season resumes.
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Felisha Mariscal among 47 MLS referees who also will experience 'bubble life'
Felisha Mariscal is one of 47 referees chosen to officiate the MLS is Back tournament and will spend the entire tournament inside the league's protective bubble in an effort to keep the coronavirus at bay.
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Galaxy's Jonathan dos Santos to have hernia surgery, will miss MLS Is Back tournament
The Galaxy will be without Jonathan dos Santos for the MLS Is Back tournament after the team announced he would undergo minimally invasive hernia surgery Thursday.
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Rams would 'visit' Chargers in SoFi debut as NFL is expected to cut preseason in half
NFL expected to cut this year's preseason games from four to two per team, eliminating Weeks 1 and 4. SoFi Stadium would open with Rams 'visiting' Chargers.
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L.A. not chosen as NHL hub city for revamped Stanley Cup playoffs
Los Angeles will not be chosen as a hub city for the revamped Stanley Cup playoffs, the NHL informed the Kings on Wednesday.
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LAUSD cuts $25 million from campus police that could jeopardize safety at sports events
East L.A. Classic, night rivalry games could be affected by district decision to reduce school police with $25 million budget cut by LAUSD.
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Seven more SoFi Stadium construction workers test positive for COVID-19
At least 25 workers at the SoFi Stadium construction site have tested positive for the coronavirus, including seven more in the past week.
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Lakers' Alex Caruso understands his role in social justice campaign
Alex Caruso is in a unique place with the Lakers as a white player who has made it his mission to stand with his Black brothers in the fight for social justice.
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Andrew Toles' sister on his mental health issues: 'We want to help him so badly'
Andrew Toles' sister said his family was relieved when they learned he had been arrested last week: "We didn't know whether he was dead or alive."
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Angels to pay minor leaguers through August
Angels make move to assure players in the organization will receive pay for at least four months despite not playing any games this summer.
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Lou Williams is expected to play when NBA restarts, Clippers coach Doc Rivers says
Clippers coach Doc Rivers said Wednesday he expects guard Lou Williams to play when the NBA resumes its season later this month.
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