Los Angeles teams
On this date in 2002, Dodgers right fielder Shawn Green went 6-for-6 with four homers. Not long before his epic game, Green had begun studying Eastern philosophy. He explains how his Zen approach helped him go deeper in the zone.
- Rams' Donald: 'You need fans to play a game'
- Lakers' Dudley: Players could leave hub location
- Angels to furlough some employees on June 1
- LeBron: My style would've jelled with Jordan's
The celebration has been part of sports for more than 40 years. But with athletes rethinking distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, even the high-five's originator, Dusty Baker, is saying it's time to move on.
The game has hit new levels of popularity in the era of social distancing. Here's how teams have embraced it, and how they hope to keep the momentum going.
The Rams' Aaron Donald says it wouldn't be fun to play an NFL game without fans in the stands. "You need fans to play a game," he said. "... That takes out the excitement and the fun out of the game."
Based solely on where players were ranked coming out of high school, and not a ranking of which classes turned out to be the best, which groups come out on top?
The designated hitter is expected to be part of the 2020 season in the NL as well as the AL, so we ranked how every lineup stacks up at the position.
Horace Grant didn't hold back in his criticism of "The Last Dance," so Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim MacMahon discuss whether his comments are valid, and if the documentary really missed the mark on Scottie Pippen. Plus, Brian tells some stories of LeBron's former football prowess, leaving the crew to wonder about what type of NFL career he could (or still could?) have had (29:25).
From a blinged-out Mike Trout rookie to a patriotic Mark McGwire card, here's how well-known artists are giving classic MLB collectibles a modern spin.
With workhorse Todd Gurley now in Atlanta, don't be surprised if the Rams take a page from the 49ers' book and go to a three-man backfield time-share.
Pretty much all of the big moves are in the books for the NFL offseason. Brady and Gronk now call Tampa Bay home. DeAndre Hopkins' trade to the Arizona Cardinals continues to baffle fans and experts. Teams like Carolina and Jacksonville seem to be starting their rebuilds. ESPN's NFL guru Bill Barnwell ranks all NFL teams by which ones made the most of this offseason, and which ones' moves left fans scratching their heads.
The Lakers' Jared Dudley said it's a "misconception" that the NBA would restart its season in a bubble location so closely monitored that players would be restricted from exiting the premises until all the games are finished.
A scout's all-time great gamble. A future Hall of Famer failing in the biggest moment in Series history. Sam Miller shows there's a lot more to the Fall Classic than MVPs.