The Rams will wear mustard yellow threads for Thursday's game against the 49ers, while San Francisco is going with an "all black everything" look.
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Tavon Austin has had a limited role so far in the Rams' offense, but the team's offensive minds say there can be a role for the fifth-year pro.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Do the Dodgers have a bullpen problem heading into the postseason? Through July, the pen had a 2.83 ERA and 1.07 WHIP. Since then, it owns a 4.90 ERA and 1.31 WHIP. Kenley Jansen and Brandon Morrow seem like the only reliable relievers of late, but haven't pitched much as the Dodgers have lost 20 of their past 25 games.
In the first NHL preseason game played in China, the Los Angeles Kings used a third-period scoring spurt to put away the Vancouver Canucks 5-2 on Thursday.
Former Rams head coach Dick Vermeil talks about why he was disappointed for St. Louis when the Rams moved to L.A. and what he expects to see from the team this season.
Rangers back in the hunt?
The Twins' chances for the second wild-card spot went down slightly after being swept by the Yankees. Combined with a loss by the Angels, the door is now open for the Rangers, who saw their chances nearly double. The Royals aren't out of it just yet either.
Aguilar takes home honor of longest HR
Brewers' Jesus Aguilar bested Angels' Freddie Freeman but one foot for the longest home run on Wednesday at 437 feet. Gary Sanchez wasn't far behind with a 432-foot blast.
Jared Goff grew up not far from San Francisco and took the No. 16 because of Joe Montana, so a start at Levi's Stadium carries some meaning.
Where does the betting value lie in the Los Angeles Rams-San Francisco 49ers matchup? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread, over/under and prop bet advice on the game.
The Chargers have converted just 25 percent of their third downs through two games, a problem that has held back a promising offense.
Before chatting with Astros manager A.J. Hinch, Buster Olney talks to Keith Law and Jon Sciambi about fan safety, the Dodgers' bullpen woes, Jake Arrieta's health and more.
A rematch of last season's Pac-12 championship and a few other intriguing matchups highlight this week's conference schedule.
To hear Shaq tell it now, his whole feud with Kobe Bryant was "all marketing." But make no mistake, their animosity was very real before their breakup and afterward.
Dan Guerrero's parents didn't finish high school, now he's one of only four Hispanic athletic directors at the highest echelon of NCAA schools,
The Dodgers righty has great stuff, but if he is going to help L.A. in the postseason, he will need to stop throwing like a finesse pitcher.
Todd Gurley's bounce-back season. Eli Manning's historic sack rate. Kareem Hunt's incredible big-play start. Which early-season outliers will keep pace -- and which are just too crazy to stretch to 16 games?
Throw out the former No. 1 overall pick's lost rookie season. His circumstances are a lot more favorable for success in 2017 than they were in 2016. Here's why there's hope in Los Angeles.
A great coordinator can alter a team's fortunes -- and do so quickly. Here's a rundown of the top offensive, defensive and special-teams coordinators of the past quarter century, including Rams DC Wade Phillips.
The almost instant bond between 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan and Rams coach Sean McVay is no surprise given how much they have in common.
Two dramatic streaks will define the Dodgers' 2017 season -- unless they can pull off something even more memorable in October.
Francisco Lindor snapped a seventh-inning tie with a two-run homer and the remarkable Cleveland Indians held off the Los Angeles Angels 6-5 on Wednesday night for their 26th victory in 27 games.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
The Dodgers had a chance to clinch the NL West on Wednesday, but instead suffered a third straight loss to the lowly Phillies, who will go for the series sweep on Thursday. The Dodgers are 5-20 over their past 25 games and their magic number remains at two. The Red Sox did clinch at least a wild-card spot with their win and the Angels' loss. Other magic numbers: Red Sox: 8 (to win AL East) Cubs: 8 (to win NL Central) Yankees: 3 (to clinch wild card) Diamondbacks: 4 (to clinch wild card)