When you admit that you don't know who legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld is, there's no avoiding the target that you put on your back for those around you.
Los Angeles Teams
Wood joins rare company at 8-0
With a victory on Friday, Alex Wood became the third Dodgers pitcher in the last 40 years to win each of his first eight decisions of a season, matching Fernando Valenzuela in 1981 and Matt Herges in 2000. (Elias Sports Bureau)
ESPN Stats and Information
68 days until college football kickoff: USC quarterback Sam Darnold posted a Power 5-best 68.1 QBR when pressured last season. The next best QBR on such plays was 56.3 (Nebraska's Tommy Armstrong, Jr.).
Griffin to be a coveted free agent
Despite being plagued by injuries the last three seasons, Blake Griffin has been one of the most productive players in the NBA since he made his debut in 2010.
Friday's longest home runs
Giancarlo Stanton's 458-footer was a missile off the bat, exiting at 112.4 mph on its way to clearing the statue at Marlins Park. Anthony Rendon's 454-foot blast was his longest since 2015. Matt Joyce and Khris Davis provided the A's all the offense they needed with their homers.
Yasiel Puig homered and left-hander Alex Wood kept his record perfect as the streaking Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the NL West rival Colorado Rockies 6-1 on Friday night for their eighth consecutive victory.
Broderick says the Clippers want to keep Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, but doing so keeps them from signing the parts they still need.
After playing 11 games in 11 weeks, the Trojans will face UCLA's star quarterback in rivalry week with potential Pac-12 championship implications.
Hanley Ramirez and Sandy Leon hit two-run homers and the Boston Red Sox beat the Los Angeles Angels 9-4 on Friday to cap a night in which David Ortiz's number became the latest retired at Fenway Park.
Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer
Red Sox 9, Angels 4: Hanley Ramirez picked a perfect way to pay tribute to David Ortiz. Ramirez belted a two-run homer in the fourth inning and Sandy Leon added a two-run shot in the sixth to lift the Red Sox to a series-opening victory after retiring Ortiz's No. 34. But the most encouraging development for the Sox was the performance of Rick Porcello, who tossed six strong innings before allowing three runs in the seventh.
Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer
Lonzo Ball here at Dodger Stadium to throw out the first pitch. Wearing BBB slides.
Julio Urias, the Dodgers' 20-year-old lefty, is scheduled to have his left anterior capsule repaired Tuesday, and the team expects him to be sidelined for 12-14 months.