Los Angeles Teams

Molitor takes responsibility for lineup snafu (1:40)
Dodgers pick up 70th win (0:42)
Sparks handle Storm (0:57)
Puig gives Dodgers lead with single (0:22)
Zimmer makes leaping catch into the wall (0:18)
Zimmer, Brantley power huge Indians' 2nd inning (0:49)
Encarnacion crushes walk-off grand slam in 11th (0:51)
How RG III fits with Chargers (1:36)

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Both the Dodgers (69-31) and Astros (67-33) have won two-thirds of their first 100 games. Since the World Series was introduced in 1903, this is the eighth time that two teams have won at least 67 of their first 100 games in the same season. Four of those eight happened in the first ten World Series, and this is the first instance since the Yankees and Indians in 1954. In the five previous instances where the teams were in different leagues, they went on to meet in the World Series four times.

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Source: RG III looks good in Chargers workout

"He looked good," a Chargers source told Josina Anderson of RG III. "The young man can move, he's athletic, he can throw the ball. Some guys are proven and you know them; with Robert you just want to make sure he is healthy and moving around well."

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

The Lakers have been looking for backcourt depth the last few weeks. They met with Derrick Rose and Rajon Rondo. They considered Ian Clark and Isaiah Canaan. Ultimately they decided to keep some continuity from last year with a young player they liked on Tyler Ennis. He'll be on a minimum salary for this year and the team will have an option on a second year if he continues to progress.

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)

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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.