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    Los Angeles Dodgers star Trevor Bauer was unhappy with the team’s one-run loss to the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday. Bauer, who signed an extremely lucrative contract to join the Dodgers in the offseason, allowed two runs on four hits in six innings in the 2-1 loss to the team’s in-state rivals. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "I don't necessarily want to speak for the team," he told reporters after the game, via MLB.com. "I’m pissed, personally. I frickin’ hate losing. I want to win, that's why I came here, and we’re just not playing up to our capability right now. "You can say it's early and no need to panic, but we're not going to sleepwalk our way to winning another division title and going to the World Series again. We have to go out and beat someone." SHOHEI OHTANI MAKING HISTORY WITH 2-WAY SUCCESS FOR ANGELS Los Angeles has not been playing like a team that just won a World Series. After Sunday’s loss, the Dodgers are only one game over .500 on the season...
    (CBS LA) — It’s been spring for over a week. And the weather in many parts of the country is already starting to warm up. But it won’t actually feel like spring until April 1, when MLB opens its 2021 regular season. Thankfully that’s only a couple days away. This week’s Spring Training Report looks at Opening Day and the predicted division winners going into the season. READ MORE: Pirates Bring Back Todd Frazier, Sign Infielder To Minor League Contract Opening Day A return to baseball feels like a return to how things should be. And Baseball’s Opening Day will seem a lot more normal than it did last year, when the ongoing COVID pandemic delayed it until late July and kept fans out of stadiums. But it still won’t be quite like it was in 2019 and before. Every team will be in action this Thursday, as MLB kicks off what we hope will be a 162-game regular season. And every team will be allowed to have fans in the stands for their home opener. The Texas Rangers will...
    MLB News: Los Angeles Dodgers score record 11 runs in first inning in win over the Braves By: William Parlee October 15, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe postseason is over after losing game five of the ALDS against the Tampa Bay Rays for the New York Yankees, but there are still things going on in MLB. Last night the Los Angeles Dodgers, two games behind in the NLCS, in their quest for a World Series appearance, scored a record 11 runs in the first inning against the Atlanta Braves. No team has ever scored 11 runs in the first inning of postseason play. The final score in the game was Dodgers 15 and the Braves 3. Before the Dodger win, the Dodgers were two games behind the Braves, now 1-2 in the seven-game NLCS. They got the win with 5 homers, 13 hits, and 15 runs scored, all in the game’s first 3 innings. The game was held at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, and was the first series of the year to have fans...
    On Sunday, the Lakers ended a 10-year drought and brought an NBA championship back to Los Angeles.Now even as the celebrations continue, the city's sports fans look to another team to break their own drought.The Dodgers haven't won the World Series in 32 years. As they start the National League Championship Series, they are eight wins away from bringing The Commissioner's Trophy back to Los Angeles.The last time the Dodgers won, 1988, it was also a year when the Lakers won the NBA title. With the coronavirus pandemic pushing the NBA finals into October, this could be the first time Los Angeles faces the possibility of celebrating two championships in different sports in the same month.On Monday, the Dodgers open the NLCS against the Atlanta Braves.The Dodgers have met the Braves in two out of the last three seasons, and have beaten them both times. But those Braves they faced in the playoffs have grown up a little bit, and have even won a couple of postseason series.The Dodgers have been here before, in the NL Championship Series for the...
    Mookie Betts, Los Angeles Dodgers. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Of course, Boston sports radio can’t say nice things about Mookie Betts.Did you honestly think Boston sports talk radio would praise Mookie Betts these days? In his first season with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the former AL MVP of the Boston Red Sox has just signed a massive contract to seemingly never play for anyone else outside of the Dodgers for the rest of time. Betts is a big fan of calling Los Angeles home these days. Had he gotten that type of offer in Boston, he probably wouldn’t have signed it because he loves living in Los Angeles. So it’s only fitting that Red Sox chairman Tom Werner said not so nice things about Betts on WEEI. “When people are partying in LA, I just want to remind LA that in the last 20 years, Los Angeles has won zero World Series and the Red Sox have won four. I’ve got nothing to be complaining about regarding our past.” Tom Werner on @OMFonWEEI: "When people are partying in LA, I just...
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