Los Angeles Teams

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Dodgers come out on top against Braves (0:47)
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Farrell ejected in Red Sox's loss to Angels (1:01)
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Trout's foul ball takes out the camera (0:24)
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Taylor pads Dodgers' lead with HR and triple (0:51)
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Simmons sends two-run homer over the wall (0:27)
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Seager starts scoring with solo shot (0:25)
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Post play, West dominate WNBA All-Star Game

All-Star Weekend in Seattle seemed like a celebration of 15-year Storm guard Sue Bird. But on Saturday, a trio of electric post players -- Maya Moore, Nneka Ogwumike and Jonquel Jones -- put on the biggest show.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Chargers LB Billy Ray Smith greets a fan during an event Saturday at Del Mar Racetrack in San Diego to say thank you for the 56 years this city supported the Chargers.

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Aces ambushed by former teams

The Nationals' Max Scherzer and Dodgers' Alex Wood had arguably their worst outings of the season Friday, as both fell victim to the long ball. Scherzer allowed three straight homers for the first time in his career, while Wood allowed two homers after allowing just two total in his first 16 games combined this season.

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Parker pleased with the progression of the WNBA (4:36)
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Ballmer, Clippers embracing life without CP3 (3:06)
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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.

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