Los Angeles Teams

Sale keeps rolling as Red Sox win (1:04)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 6, Angels 2: In his latest bit of dominance, Chris Sale also made history. Sale tossed six scoreless innings and struck out nine batters to reach 200 strikeouts for the season. He got to that mark in 141 1/3 innings, fewer than any AL pitcher ever. The Red Sox scored five runs in the first inning and cruised in the opener of a six-game West Coast trip.

Wood muffs a pop-up costing L.A. two runs (0:34)

Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer 

"Form a line, form a line." Kids are lining up by the dozens to take selfies with LaVar Ball outside an AAU basketball tournament in Anaheim.


Throwback Friday

Expos and Angels legend Vladimir Guerrero tweeted a throwback photo with his son, top Blue Jays prospect Vladimir Guerrero Jr., on Friday, writing "Before and after. Now my kid is stronger than me. Thanks God for the blessings!" (@VladGuerrero27/Twitter)

Would LaVar squash a Ball-Jenner romance? (0:51)
LeBron setting up shop in L.A.? (0:59)
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Vegas is rolling with the Tide

The latest Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook odds to win this season's College Football Playoff national championship favor Alabama once again, giving the Crimson Tide a 5 to 2 chance to take their fifth national title since 2009.

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Eleven's an unlucky number for Dodgers

Thursday marked the third time in the last 40 years that the Dodgers have had an 11-game win streak. They lost the 12th game all three times, including Thursday's decision to the Braves.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Derrick Rose to have face-to-face meeting with Cleveland Cavaliers in coming days, league sources tell ESPN. No decision expected until next week.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA will thrive playing up-tempo with Jaylen Hands. Loves to get the ball and push in transition, get to the rim and elevate in traffic.

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Who saw this coming?

LHP Alex Wood enters Friday night's start against the Braves sporting an 11-0 record and 1.56 ERA, with just two home runs allowed in 86 2/3 innings pitched. That's a far departure from his first four seasons in the majors.