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Dodgers continue to fight for the division or at least a playoff berth

Just 24 hours after the Los Angeles Dodgers claimed the top spot in the National League West, they find themselves once again fighting for their chance to play in October. The Dodgers (82-68) fell out of first place Sunday night, […]

Dodgers continue to fight for the division or at least a playoff berth

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Just 24 hours after the Los Angeles Dodgers claimed the top spot in the National League West, they find themselves once again fighting for their chance to play in October. The Dodgers (82-68) fell out of first place Sunday night, […]

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NFL Week 1: Coaching nightmares and dreams

Now that the NFL season is finally here, and the rest of the sporting world can take a break from the sports pages, I thought it would be nice

Rams start the season in Oakland

The NFL regular season is in full swing, with great moments and some rather remarkable games; remarkable that are in some ways a portent for the rest of the

LAFC heads to Toronto to begin the stretch run to the playoffs

The next home game for the Los Angeles Football Club will be September 15 against the New England Revolution. Their next match comes this Saturday when they travel to

El Trafico has third shot for the fans tonight

Tonight all sports-minded eyes in the L.A. area will be on the StubHub Center for the third game in the L.A. Derby between the LA Galaxy and the Los

LAFC gets another win at home

On Sunday Night the Los Angeles Football Club got its ninth win at Banc of California Stadium, defeating the Colorado Rapids, 2-0. LAFC coach Bob Bradley said he liked

6 NFL Fantasy Players that you might regret picking according to Sports Information Traders

The 2018 NFL football season is closing in fast and fantasy GMs are taking a close look at who they want to target. They know that they need plenty

LAFC welcomes Real Salt Lake to BoC Stadium

After five straight games without a win, the Los Angeles Football Club finds itself at a point where they absolutely need a win. A draw won’t do much to

LAFC is in second place, but with 14 games left they have to play great football to stay near the top

After the All-Star Game the Los Angeles Football Club finds itself in second place behind FC Dallas. Six points separate the two teams and in their two matches this

Dodgers start 7-game home stand tonight against Brewers

Tonight the Los Angeles Dodgers open up a four-game series with the Milwaukee Brewers, one of the strongest teams in baseball and currently 1.5 games behind the Chicago Cubs.

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