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What to watch: Arizona State at USC

Arizona State looks to avenge last year's loss and remain unbeaten, while the Trojans look to avoid their first 1-4 start since 2001.

Hunt for October: Where things stand

The Dodgers have clinched the NL West and trail the Nationals by two games for home-field advantage in the NL Division Series. What's at stake this weekend

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You want Puig's bat? Here's the price

Dodgers OF Yasiel Puig offers his bat to a young fan, but only after the fan does 50 pushups.

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How to bet Los Angeles-Arizona

Where does the betting value lie in the Los Angeles-Arizona Week 4 matchup? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread and over/under advice.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts still not saying if Julio Urias will start it come out if the bullpen in the postseason, but he will be in the roster. The 20-year old delivered three scoreless innings in his final outing of the regular season.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers 9, Padres 4, Final. Dodgers remain two back of the Nationals for home field in the NLDS. Off to San Francisco for the final series of the regular season.

Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Mets and Cardinals fans need not worry. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said his club plans on playing the Giants hard this weekend with playoff implications present. At question, though, would be how long starters Clayton Kershaw and Rich Hill are extended in their outings.

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Rewind: Latest hits on ESPNLA 710

Rams coach Jeff Fisher joins Mason & Ireland, Mike Trudell checks in from Lakers training camp, USC head football coach Clay Helton gets grilled by Mason & Ireland and Marcellus Wiley joins the Morning show with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ.

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Potential Dodgers playoff starter Julio Urias tuned up for the postseason Thursday with three scoreless innings at San Diego on 58 pitches. The 20-year-old lefty could be called upon to pitch Game 4 of the NLDS against the Nationals.