By Los Angeles Times staff FacebookTwitterShow more sharing optionsShareClose extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied!Print A collection of recently published content showcasing the best of Los Angeles Times sports journalism. Read more Vin Scully, forever the voice of the Dodgers, dies at 94 Vin Scully, voice of the Dodgers for more than six decades, died Tuesday The world will be watching as Qatar hosts the 2022 World Cup ... for better or worse Even those who oppose the harsh labor practices in Qatar insist the 2022 World Cup must go on. And they hope the world will be watching. USC football vs. its own donors and fans? A fight develops for control of endorsements USC athletic department leaders have opposed the creation of ‘Student Body Right,’ an NIL group created by deep-pocketed donors and diehard fans. Plaschke: Vin Scully’s voice, a serenade of rebirth, will live on forever in Los Angeles Vin Scully has died, but his poetic narration of the Dodgers — Los Angeles’ most enduring sports franchise — will ring in our hearts forever. Elliott: In promoting ‘A League of Their Own’ reboot, Maybelle Blair finally embraces her truth Maybelle Blair, 95, says the Amazon Prime reboot of ‘A League of Their Own’ tells parts of the story that ‘needed to be told.’ Orange High football star Kobe Boykin wants to be the one in his family to make it Kobe Boykin’s father and brothers had their paths to college football derailed, but he’s been given a chance to succeed that he doesn’t want to waste. Thomas Cole left UCLA football after a suicide attempt. He hopes his story helps others UCLA football player Thomas Cole and his family explain how his mental health struggles escalated with the hope his story can help others. Vin Scully, Dodgers fans and the transistor radio: How an unbreakable bond was formed For decades, listening to Vin Scully on a transistor radio became part of the quintessential experience for any fan attending a game at Dodger Stadium. Hernández: ‘Mr. Scully’ had a playful side that helped a young sportswriter feel important Countless words have been written about how Vin Scully was kind and gracious. But for this sportswriter, what comes to mind was his sense of humor. For Subscribers Caleb Williams Inc: How one family and a PR firm helped a USC QB build an NIL empire Caleb Williams and his father share the strategies they have used to put the USC quarterback in the best position to win on and off the field. For Subscribers Plaschke: Why has USC forgotten Charles White? Haunted Heisman winner hopes relationship heals Former USC Heisman winner Charles White is suffering from Stage 2 dementia and living in an assisted care facility. He still hopes for a USC reunion. Meet the Savannah Bananas, who’ve captivated fans and MLB. ‘We exist to make baseball fun’ The Savannah Bananas have thrown out every boring baseball rule, attracting thousands of fans. This is why Banana Ball has MLB’s attention.