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Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw shuts down Angels in 3-1 victory

If the sight of Clayton Kershaw returning to the mound Saturday provided a welcome relief to the concerned patrons at Dodger Stadium, the performance that followed granted them another opportunity to celebrate his brilliance.

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Letters: Don't light that Olympic flame just yet

Letters: Don't light that Olympic flame just yet

To the Los Angeles Olympic organizing committee: Please do what the city of Boston did and terminate your bid to hold the 2024 Olympics in Los Angeles. The Olympics have become nothing more than a scam for the people who run the movement. It has nothing to do with the original premise, true amateurs...

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  • Mike Trout out of lineup again versus Houston Astros

    Mike Trout out of lineup again versus Houston Astros

    A sore left wrist kept Mike Trout out of the lineup for a second straight game Wednesday night. The Angels center fielder will be available to pinch-run and play defense in the late innings against the Houston Astros in Minute Maid Park, but he appears several days away from swinging a bat.

  • Wilson knows he didn't get the job done

    Wilson knows he didn't get the job done

    C.J. Wilson was the first to admit he threw a stinker of a game Tuesday night, giving up six earned runs and six hits, including two home runs, walking three and hitting two batters in four innings of a 10-5 loss to the Houston Astros in Minute Main Park.

  • Angels add outfielders David Murphy, David DeJesus via trades

    Angels add outfielders David Murphy, David DeJesus via trades

    The Angels bypassed bigger names and bats on the trade market for more modest upgrades in left field, acquiring left-handed-hitting David DeJesus from Tampa Bay and David Murphy from Cleveland on Tuesday.

  • Shane Victorino in, Mike Trout out of Angels lineup against Astros

    Shane Victorino in, Mike Trout out of Angels lineup against Astros

    Shane Victorino, acquired from the Boston Red Sox for infielder Josh Rutledge on Monday, will start in left field and bat eighth for the Angels against the Houston Astros in Minute Maid Park on Tuesday night, but center fielder Mike Trout is not in the lineup.

  • Would Dodgers trade Yasiel Puig? Unlikely, but he can't rule it out

    Would Dodgers trade Yasiel Puig? Unlikely, but he can't rule it out

    Yasiel Puig has played in only 53 of the Dodgers' 100 games. After spending five weeks on the disabled list because of a strained hamstring, he is batting .253 with six home runs and 22 runs batted in.

  • Baseball notes: Pirates bring back Aramis Ramirez

    Baseball notes: Pirates bring back Aramis Ramirez

    Pittsburgh acquired veteran third baseman Aramis Ramirez and cash considerations from Milwaukee for minor league pitcher Yhonathan Barrios. Ramirez, 37, a three-time All-Star who began his major league career with the Pirates in 1998, is hitting .247 with 11 home runs and 42 RBIs in what he says...

  • Angels' win streak ends after Garrett Richards gives up three-run homer

    Angels' win streak ends after Garrett Richards gives up three-run homer

    For the first time in 12 days, the Angels lost.

  • Matt Joyce remains Angels' starting left fielder despite struggles

    Matt Joyce remains Angels' starting left fielder despite struggles

    The Angels would like to trade for a left fielder, as you might have heard a few thousand times this season. Yet, when the first two big deals of this trading season were announced Thursday, the Angels were not involved, and Matt Joyce was still in left field.

  • Huston Street credits Trevor Hoffman after picking up 300th save

    Huston Street credits Trevor Hoffman after picking up 300th save

    Minutes after picking up his 300th save in a 5-2 victory over the Twins, Angels closer Huston Street was quick to credit the man who he says had the biggest influence on the trajectory of his career -- longtime San Diego Padres legend Trevor Hoffman.

  • Huston Street becomes second youngest to 300 saves

    Huston Street becomes second youngest to 300 saves

    There were 26 pitchers in baseball's 300-save club before Wednesday, an elite group headed by a right-hander who had the game's most devastating cut fastball (Mariano Rivera), another who had one of baseball's best changeups (Trevor Hoffman), and a left-hander who threw 98 mph (Billy Wagner).

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