Man pleads no contest in attack that followed Dodgers' 2015 playoff ...
Los Angeles Times
Man pleads no contest to assault charge in 2015 Dodger Stadium parking lot attack.
Hyun-Jin Ryu getting closer to appearing in games for Dodgers
Los Angeles Times
For Dodgers pitching coach Rick Honeycutt, one of the most encouraging signs with Hyun-Jin Ryu occurred a couple of days after Ryu threw live batting practice ...
Los Angeles Dodgers 2017 season preview: Time to get over the World Series hump
In 2016, the Dodgers won between 91 and 94 games and took the NL West for the fourth straight season. And for the fourth straight year, they bowed out of the playoffs before the World Series. The Dodgers haven't won the NL pennant since 1988.
Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers top MLB season win totals at ...
Las Vegas Review-Journal
The Chicago Cubs celebrate after Game 7 of the Major League Baseball World Series against the Cleveland Indians Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, in Cleveland.
New York Yankees: A-Rod compares Gary Sanchez to two former Red Sox
Elite Sports NY
In case you needed more evidence on just how good New York Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez is, here's his current instructor and former MVP Alex Rodriguez giving you just that. “I think Gary has the perfect makeup for New York,” Rodriguez said on the ...
The 5-step plan for Yankees to get rid of Jacoby Ellsbury
New York Post
Nevertheless, with young outfielders Dustin Fowler and Clint Frazier plus athletes like Jorge Mateo and Tyler Wade on the horizon, Ellsbury does no good clogging a spot as the Yankees try to construct another perennial contender, especially with the ...
Derek Jeter Takes Top Yankees Prospects To Dinner
Since his retirement following the 2014 season, Jeter has gone to dinner every spring training with the group attending “Captain's Camp.” Pitchers Justus Sheffield and James Kaprielian were among 20 prospects who dined Tuesday night and got to ask ...
Yankees reliever Tyler Clippard warns that MLB rule changes will be 'slippery slope'
New York Daily News
TAMPA — Baseball's pace-of-play debate suddenly has grown more contentious, with commissioner Rob Manfred threatening to enforce changes unilaterally after the Players Association balked at the proposals for 2017. To which Yankees veteran reliever ...