When baseball's trade deadline passed Thursday afternoon, the Dodgers had done the strangest thing for a team that hasn't won a championship in 26 years.
There seems to be a general consensus that the NFL did not come down hard enough on Ray Rice when it suspended the Baltimore Ravens running back two games for allegedly hitting his now-wife Janay Palmer.
Come on, buckaroo, keep that chin up. All disappointed today to find your Boys in Blue look exactly like they did the previous day?
On the other side of the weekend sits UCLA?s football season.
Retired Ducks forward Teemu Selanne will be honored Jan. 11 in a ceremony during which he?ll become the first Anaheim player to have his jersey retired, the Ducks announced Friday.
Tyler Skaggs was pulled from Thursday night?s game against the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth inning because of a forearm strain that will probably send the Angels left-hander to the disabled list for the second time this season.
Eighteen minutes into a 30-minute competition window, Josh Kerr is still bobbing in the water.
With Los Angeles city and police union officials headed back to the negotiating table, the two sides spent Tuesday taking public jabs at each other over the failure so far to reach a contract agreement. Scores of rank-and-file cops and their leaders from the Police Protective League packed a morning meeting of the Los Angeles Police Commission, the civilian board that oversees the LAPD. Although the commission has no formal voice in the contract talks, union officials used the meeting to make their case. In comments to the commissioners, Tyler Izen, the league's president, tried to explain the outcome of a vote last week in which officers rejected a proposed one-year deal that...