Steve Henson returns to the Los Angeles Times as assistant Sports Editor after six years as Major League Baseball editor and columnist at Yahoo Sports and six years as senior editor at the USA Today Sports Media Group. Henson was a sports writer and editor at The Times from 1985-2007. Henson has been honored by APSE, the California News Publishers Assn., the Football Writers Assn. of America and U.S. Basketball Writers Assn.
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Julio Urías gives up four home runs and the Dodgers struggle against the Phillies’ bullpen on the way to a fourth consecutive loss.
Dodgers fans responded warmly to Max Muncy’s bobblehead night despite a season-long slump that continued in a 9-7 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Nobody on the Dodgers would address Trevor Bauer’s two-year suspension ahead of a 5-1 victory that included homers by Justin Turner and Chris Taylor.
Taylor Ward hit a grand slam to back up Shohei Ohtani’s pitching, but it’s a bunt single by Tyler Wade that shows the Angels’ attention to detail in 9-5 win.
Mike Trout donned a cowboy hat after his home run in the Angels’ 4-1 win over the Cleveland Guardians. Manager Joe Maddon thought of Gene Autry.
The Dodgers fell to the San Diego Padres in 10 innings despite a stellar effort by the bullpen. All it took was a sacrifice bunt and sacrifice fly.
The Angels are in first place in the American League West after 13 games thanks to an offense that has been a consistent run producer all season.
In a lawsuit filed Wednesday, a woman says former boxing champion Oscar De La Hoya sexually assaulted her during and after a company trip to Mexico.
Cincinnati Reds rookie Hunter Greene set a record with 39 fastballs hitting triple digits, but the Dodgers rallied for their fifth consecutive win.
Julio Urías allows one hit over five innings and Trea Turner hits his first home run of the season in a 5-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds at Dodger Stadium.