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  • Live discussion: Can the Dodgers and Angels be fixed?

    Live discussion: Can the Dodgers and Angels be fixed?
      Join Times Dodgers blogger Steve Dilbeck and Angels writer Mike DiGiovanna at 11:30 a.m. to discuss the horrible start each team is off to. The Dodgers lost to Washington, 6-2, Monday night, and as Times writer Kevin Baxter wrote, "That ended a...
  • Derek Jeter makes successful return to Yankees

    Derek Jeter makes successful return to Yankees
    Derek Jeter delivered a single on the first pitch he saw in his season debut with the New York Yankees, helping the club rally for an 8-4 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Thursday afternoon in the Bronx. Jeter, who missed eight months after...
  • As baseball's trade deadline approaches, it's nervous time for GMs

    As baseball's trade deadline approaches, it's nervous time for GMs
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Consider the dilemma faced by Seattle Mariners General Manager Jack Zduriencik as Wednesday's nonwaiver trade deadline approaches. The Mariners have virtually no shot at making the playoffs. So if Zduriencik decides to sell,...
  • Atlanta Braves leave Dan Uggla off their playoff roster

    Atlanta Braves leave Dan Uggla off their playoff roster
    Second baseman Dan Uggla is being paid $13 million this season by the Atlanta Braves, so you'd think he would have a prominent role against the Dodgers in the National League division series starting Thursday night. You can imagine the Dodgers going...
  • U.S. outlasts rally to lead Presidents Cup

    U.S. outlasts rally to lead Presidents Cup
    The Americans survived a late rally Thursday and put the International team in a familiar hole in the Presidents Cup at Dublin, Ohio. Steve Stricker blasted out of a plugged lie in the face of a bunker to three feet to save par as he and 20-year-old...
  • 'Sharknado' took Twitter by storm, rankings show

    'Sharknado' took Twitter by storm, rankings show
    "Sharknado," Syfy's made-for-TV movie about a swirling cyclone of ocean predators, did indeed take Twitter by storm, according to the latest rankings of the week's most, er, chewed-over topics on social media. SocialGuide, a Nielsen division that...
  • As trade deadline nears, rumors swirl around Angels

    As trade deadline nears, rumors swirl around Angels
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Less than 24 hours before Wednesday’s 1 p.m. PDT non-waiver trade deadline, rumors were flying about the Angels, who entered Tuesday 14 games game back in the American League West and in rare selling mode. The Cardinals...
  • Texas Rangers' Colby Lewis is done for the season

    Texas Rangers' Colby Lewis is done for the season
    Texas Rangers right-hander Colby Lewis will have surgery to remove bone spurs from his right hip, ending his chances of pitching this season. Lewis, who hasn't pitched since 2012, says he has been dealing with hip pain during his comeback from surgery...
  • Baseball quotes: John Lackey doesn't think Alex Rodriguez should be allowed to play

    Baseball quotes: John Lackey doesn't think Alex Rodriguez should be allowed to play
    "If it's set up properly, it will be the greatest thing to happen to Major League Baseball." —Retired umpire Don Denkinger, best known for his blown call in the 1985 St. Louis Cardinals-Kansas City Royals World Series, to Time magazine on the...
  • Watch White Sox score when ball disappears after wild pitch

    Watch White Sox score when ball disappears after wild pitch
      When did David Copperfield sign a deal with the Chicago White Sox? During Tuesday's game against the Kansas City Royals, the White Sox had runners on first and third with no outs in the top of the second inning. Royals pitcher Ervin Santana...
  • Justin Morneau is put on revocable waivers by Twins

    Justin Morneau is put on revocable waivers by Twins
    First baseman Justin Morneau was put on revocable waivers by the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday. If Morneau is claimed before Wednesday's deadline, the Twins can work out a trade with the claiming team, let that team take his contract or pull him back and...