As a general rule, baseball players -- specifically, the non-pitching variety -- tend to break into the majors in their early 20s, improve pretty...
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Bill White, a former Chicago Blackhawks defenseman and a member of Canada's 1972 Summit Series team, has died. He was 77.
Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer
Tear the hospital up: Steelers rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster and Malik, a patient at Pittsburgh Children's Hospital, perform 'JuJu On That Beat.' Steelers rookies appeared at the hospital from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for games and pictures.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
The Rams have begun their OTAs in Thousand Oaks.
In mid-February, we wondered if GM Billy Eppler gave reigning AL MVP Mike Trout enough help for the Angels to make a playoff run. So far, none of the team's free-agent additions have made much of a difference.
The Pacers held their third pre-draft workout on Monday, with UCLA's Bryce Alford and Ike Anigbogu, Xavier's Trevon Bluiett, Purdue's Vince Edwards, Miami's Davon Reed and Ohio State's Trevor Thompson participating. Indiana owns the 18th and 47th selections in this year's draft.
The Penguins moved within one win of a berth in the Cup Final after a 7-0 win over the Senators. Plus, will the Predators punch their ticket to the Final tonight?
The Halos have won six of their last nine games, including a sweep of the White Sox. Guess who has been a big reason for that.
How good would the Celtics be if they pulled the trigger on a Jimmy Butler/Paul George trade? Plus, Thompson and Trudell share their thoughts on the Dodgers' series against Miami, and ESPN's Antonio Davis talks about the NBA playoffs.
Despite the setback of losing Justin Turner to a hamstring strain, the Dodgers' remarkable depth should let them roll with this latest injury.
Clayton Kershaw starts Tuesday against the Cardinals, so you might think he'd pitch again Sunday against the Cubs. However, a DL return could shake things up.
The star's slash line signals what could be a legacy-making year, while the Indians challenge the Astros for top team in the American League.
L.A. Times Dodgers beat writer Dylan Hernandez joins The Morning Show to talk about the state of Adrian Gonzalez's health, where Cody Bellinger fits in the Dodgers' plans, future rotation moves, Julio Urias' status and more.
All eyes are on Chris Paul and Blake Griffin as they mull their player options this offseason, but don't forget about JJ Redick (unrestricted). Every team could use a knockdown shooter.
Before conversations with Tigers manager Brad Ausmus and Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos, Buster Olney and Jerry Crasnick discuss Mike Trout's astounding numbers and more. Plus, Todd Radom reveals No. 19 on his #BBTN30Logos countdown and moderates the latest installment of uniform and logo trivia.
ESPN commentator Bomani Jones joins Keyshawn, Jorge and LZ to talk about who the Lakers should take at No. 2, Brandon Ingram's game and give his pick in The MarKey Race.
While serving prison time for burglary and drug charges, Ryan Leaf shed the immature ways that plagued him as an NFL QB and prioritized helping others.
Since the 2005 lockout, few teams have been as steadily successful as the Ducks and Predators. Their rosters are replete with homegrown talent, and even trade acquisitions like P.K. Subban and James Neal were obtained in exchange for cultivated prospects.
The 2018 NFL draft is loaded with top-tier QB talent like USC's Sam Darnold and Wyoming's Josh Allen. Matt Bowen takes an early look at what four of the top passers have shown thus far and where they still need to improve.
Wade Phillips has taken over as a defensive coordinator or head coach nine times, and eight of those teams improved statistically in the first year.
This week's mailbag answers questions around the receiving corps, the competition in the secondary and new faces on the offensive line.
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Mike Trout's 14 home runs are the most he's ever hit by the end of May in his seven-year major league career. He has 10 more days this month to improve that number.
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Reigning MVPs Mike Trout and Kris Bryant are both outperforming themselves, overall, from the first two months of last season, but Trout's numbers are outshining Bryant so far.
The Angels star has gotten hot at the plate -- can he get hotter still? Plus updates on Dallas Keuchel, the Dodgers rotation and the Cubs' decision to keep Ian Happ.