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Buster talks to Karl Ravech about the ongoing dysfunction in the Mets clubhouse, the Jordan Hicks injury and fans rushing the field (12:36). Plus, Sarah Langs and "The Numbers Game" (45:15).
- Judge OKs $24M settlement over Rams' PSLs
- Jeanie calls Magic exit 'a surprise,' backs Pelinka
- Dodgers to extend netting after another fan hit
- 'King of SoCal': Two Kawhi billboards go up in L.A.
Baseball has a new process for deciding who will start next month in Cleveland. While the finalists sweat it out, we examine the candidates at each position.
We've picked apart every team's 2019 schedule. Here are the quirks, the shocks, the toughest roads and the cushiest paths.
The Blackhawks drafted a potential long-term heir at center to Jonathan Toews in Kirby Dach. Six teams have a new top prospect.
A federal judge approved a settlement on Monday calling for the Rams to pay up to $24 million to personal seat license holders in St. Louis.
As MLB teams play their 81st game of 2019, here's what we've seen so far and where things are headed from here.
These are the deals -- adjusted for position -- that most exceed market value. And a 49er is back on top for the third straight year.
David Peralta hit a tiebreaking RBI single in the eighth inning, and the Arizona Diamondbacks rallied for an 8-5 win over the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night.
Lakers controlling owner Jeanie Buss on Monday said she was caught "off guard" by Magic Johnson's resignation but reiterated her confidence in general manager Rob Pelinka overseeing the team's basketball operations.
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"I'm glad to see they're taking a positive step — finally, they've admitted there's a problem, after ignoring it," Erwin Goldbloom said Mon., after team president Stan Kasten told the OC Register the Dodgers plan to extend safety netting. Goldbloom, whose wife Linda died in August after a foul ball struck her in the head, told ESPN's Outside the Lines he suggests raising netting behind home plate, where he and his wife were in the loge. "You never think it's going to happen to you," said Goldbloom, "but having sat there for years, I know that's a hot spot." As OTL reported in March, Goldbloom declined a possible moment of silence for his wife, saying, "We don't need their sympathy. We want action."
The netting at Dodger Stadium will likely be extended at some point during this season after another fan was hit Sunday by a foul ball.
Some of the game's most famous franchises are back in the mix to take over as MLB's top team.
Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Andrew Han look back on the grades for the Anthony Davis trade (1:27), go over player options/extensions to watch out for in the coming week (7:37) and are joined by Ramona Shelburne to discuss Ron Adams possibly joining the Lakers (29:55) as well as who the first chips to fall may be in free agency through the lense of L.A. (35:40).
A month into the WNBA season, some of the biggest questions in the league surround two teams that each have won three titles: Phoenix and L.A.
Will Tom Brady and the defending Super Bowl champs win 11 games or more this season? NFL Nation reporters have their takes on prop bets for each team.
Buster talks to Tim Kurkjian about Albert Pujols' return to St. Louis, the Mets' continued issues and the sinking Phillies (17:10). Plus, an interview with Angels IF Tommy La Stella (34:18) and a "Uni Quiz" with Todd Radom (36:37).
The Clippers can't really sell the superstar free agent on accomplishments or specifics. Here's what they can do instead.