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LA Galaxy launch ‘Together At Home’ campaign

LOS ANGELES (Friday, March 27, 2020) – The LA Galaxy announced today the launch of the TOGETHER AT HOME campaign, a club-wide initiative to support, engage and inform LA Galaxy fans and the Los Angeles community amidst effects from COVID-19. LA […]

LA Galaxy launch ‘Together At Home’ campaign

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LOS ANGELES (Friday, March 27, 2020) – The LA Galaxy announced today the launch of the TOGETHER AT HOME campaign, a club-wide initiative to support, engage and inform LA Galaxy fans and the Los Angeles community amidst effects from COVID-19. LA […]

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Dodgers welcome Mookie Betts and David Price to Dodger Stadium

As Dodgers fans know, Mookie Betts and David Price are now at Camelback Ranch with the Dodgers. Spring Training has started and we should have a reporter in Arizona

Kobe Bryant’s global impact

Kobe Bryant's death sent shockwaves across the United States. However, the Los Angeles sports icon’s death reaches around the world from Kenya to China. Brand Kobe Bryant was globally known

Kobe Bryant: A life well lived

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Sports Was Found In Kobe With the tragic passing of Kobe Bryant, we are reminded of all that is good, bad, and

Kobe Bryant and his daughter die in helicopter crash

Breaking news reports confirm Lakers and NBA legend Kobe Bryant was killed in a Sunday morning helicopter crash in Calabasas with four others. TMZ first reported it and then

LeBron James tops list of NBA All-Star selections

The United Center in Chicago, Illinois will be site of the 2020 NBA All-Star Game, February 16. The starters for both the East and West rosters have been names.

Super Bowl LIV is set and it should be a good one

Super Bowl LIV has been set and there is little, if any, surprise about the two teams in it. Of course the Kansas City Chiefs were the #2 seed

Astros cheating: The tip of the iceberg

The average Major League Baseball player salary was just over $4 million a season last year for the 988 guys lucky enough to play in the big leagues. At

Astros punished by MLB for their sign stealing scheme

“I find that the conduct of the Astros, and its senior baseball operations executives, merits significant discipline.” So said Commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred in a 9-page

Michael Vick and our forgiveness problem

“If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime.” It’s a phrase we often hear in society. Unfortunately, if you happen to commit a crime and end up doing

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