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Dodgers' rotation remains a work in progress

Ah, the rotation. It's always about the rotation. It was before camp started, after Hyun-Jin Ryu could not answer the bell to start the season, and now even more so with Brandon McCarthy and Ryu lost for the year.

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Letters: Sudden ending for the Clippers

Letters: Sudden ending for the Clippers

The Clippers win 56 games and beat the Spurs in the playoffs. The Lakers had a horrible season, finishing with the fourth-worst record in the league. Everyone is now excited about the Lakers because they got the second pick in the draft, and are dumping on the Clippers because they lost to Houston....

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  • San Dimas pitcher 'sets the standard'

    San Dimas pitcher 'sets the standard'

    Every year at this time in high school baseball, there's a player who rises up and does extraordinary things to lift his team toward a championship.

  • High school track stars turn on the burners

    High school track stars turn on the burners

    It's hard to imagine two faster, more talented teenage track athletes in America than juniors Michael Norman of Vista Murrieta and T.J. Brock of West Hills Chaminade. Their speed came through on a breezy, sometimes overcast Saturday afternoon at Cerritos College.

  • Baseball: James Terrazas delivers game-winning hit for El Camino Real

    Baseball: James Terrazas delivers game-winning hit for El Camino Real

    The count was 2-and-2 with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning of a 3-3 tie Friday in a City Section Division I baseball quarterfinal. El Camino Real's James Terrazas, batting left-handed, was at the plate. All-City pitcher Adrian Rodriguez of Birmingham was on the mound.

  • Saugus, Hart, Valencia score Southern Section baseball playoff wins

    Saugus, Hart, Valencia score Southern Section baseball playoff wins

    The Santa Clarita Valley, home to Magic Mountain and filled with residents who love cowboy boots, skateboarding, surfing and sports of any kind, might want to hold a parade this weekend to celebrate the historic accomplishment pulled off Thursday by three of its high school baseball teams.

  • Baseball: Harvard-Westlake outlasts Mater Dei, 11-10

    Baseball: Harvard-Westlake outlasts Mater Dei, 11-10

    From the moment the Southern Section Division 1 playoff pairings came out and the powers to be put together a wild-card game matching 2013 champion Harvard-Westlake against three-time champion Mater Dei, the forecast for a playoff classic was inevitable.

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