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Letters: What a comeback for Bruins! What a comedown for Dodgers!

After watching the Trojans and the Bruins this past weekend, can someone please remind me why Los Angeles “needed” two mediocre NFL franchises? Brian Lipson Beverly Hills :: Well, if you are too young to have seen the legendary 1963 Rose Bowl, chin up; you just saw a game about as good there. Andrew...
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Major League Baseball has taken over the Los Angeles Dodgers after its current owner, Frank McCourt, loaded the legendary franchise with more than $400 million in debt, The New York Times reports.

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American Football / NFL : EndZoneScore

It is only the first week of the NFL season and we are already getting to see a pivotal divisional matchup, and even better, it is on Monday Night Football. The Los Angeles Chargers will be traveling to the mile-high city to square ...

The Dodgers' Sale Price Shows The Enormous Potential For An NFL Franchise In Los Angeles

Sports : Business Insider: Sports Page

March 29--PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The astronomical sale price of the Dodgers reverberated across the country Wednesday, and across professional sports leagues, with some NFL owners calling it a $2.15-billion reminder of how valuable the...

Letters: Tough for Dodgers fans to watch World Series, again

Sports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

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Dodgers fans need to keep calm and carry on while team slumps

Sports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The Great Los Angeles Freakout of 2017 is underway. When your team has not won the World Series in three decades, and when the greatest hope since then threatens to dissolve into the greatest collapse in baseball history, you absolu...

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