New coach Anthony Lynn has brought an edge and accountability to the Chargers, who still have Philip Rivers leading the offense.
Los Angeles Teams
The Los Angeles Chargers open training camp July 30 at Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa, California. Here's a 53-man roster projection.
The Lakers are bringing back Tyler Ennis, with the team holding a team option on the PG for 2018-19, a league source tells ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.
Lakers forward Julius Randle talks about his goals going into the offseason, Lonzo Ball's style of play, upcoming challenges and his reaction to D'Angelo's trade to the Nets.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
Danny Trejo and Rodger Saffold created an "LA Rams Donut" at Trejo's Coffee and Donuts in Santa Monica on Monday. It will be available on game days this season. (photo provided by Trejo's Coffee and Donuts)
Will Kershaw come back stronger?
For the second straight season, the Los Angeles will have to play without its ace Clayton Kershaw for much of the season's second half. The Dodgers' offense carried the team until the three-time Cy Young winner returned stronger than ever.
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney weighs in on Clayton Kershaw's injury and how it affects the Dodgers long term. Plus, he talks MLB trade deadline and more.
The Rangers have an ace Yu Darvish, the Dodgers need an ace with Clayton Kershaw's injury, and considering the history of Texas GM Jon Daniels and Los Angeles' Andrew Friedman, watch out for a trade a trade deadline deal.
Parity will not do the Pac-12 any favors in the College Football Playoff era. The league should follow the example set by the ACC with Florida State and Clemson. With USC and Washington, it has the perfect pairing to replicate that success.
The Dodgers are down an ace in Clayton Kershaw and have sent scouts to follow Rangers stalwart Yu Darvish, the four-time All-Star.
Buster Olney talks to Jon Sciambi and Bob Nightengale about Clayton Kershaw's prognosis, the trade market for starting pitchers and more. Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" and Dan Shaughnessy on David Price vs. Dennis Eckersley.
Buster Olney recaps all of Monday's action including some impactful trades around the majors, an update on Clayton Kershaw's health, a big win for the Royals and more.
If quarterback Jared Goff can figure things out, the Rams could become a playoff-caliber team in the near future.
With news dropping that the Rangers are prepared to trade Yu Darvish, it's your chance to weigh in on where you think he'll end up.
What Altuve is doing in the Year of the Home Run is way more fun. But of course, Cody Bellinger and Giancarlo Stanton remind us why it has been fun.
Will Sam Darnold and the USC Trojans win double-digit games this season? Las Vegas bookmakers and our analytics disagree. Here are some of the most notable outliers when comparing FPI to season win totals.
Cody Bellinger continued his super rookie season, drilling a three-run homer in the eighth inning to rally the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 6-4 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Monday night.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
The rookie does it again. Cody Bellinger hits a three-run homer to center field, his 28th on the season and third go-ahead homer in the eighth inning or later. It also means the Dodgers appear headed to their 47th straight victory in a game they led at any point, a major league record.
Rare DL stint for Kershaw
The Dodgers officially placed ace Clayton Kershaw on the disabled list Monday with lower back tightness. It's just the third time in the southpaw's career that he has landed on the shelf, but each previous occurrence involved a back injury.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
This almost seems unbelievable: The Dodgers have won 46 consecutive games when leading at any point, a major league record. They last lost such a game on May 15, when they blew a 1-0 third-inning lead to the Giants. In related news, the Twins have tied the game after trailing 3-2.