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President Biden to Host Los Angeles Dodgers at White House

President Joe Biden will host the Los Angeles Dodgers at the White House on Friday to mark the team’s World Series victory last October over the Tampa Bay Rays. The White House announced…

Tommy Lasorda, Lovable Leader of the Dodgers, Dies at 93

Tommy Lasorda, the boisterous master motivator who “bled Dodger Blue” during his seven decades with the club as a player, scout, coach, manager and ambassador in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, has died…

Sandi Scully, Wife of Dodgers Legend Vin Scully, Dies at 76

Sandi Scully, the wife of beloved Los Angeles Dodgers' Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully, died Sunday evening at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center after a battle with ALS, the team announced. She…

Vin Scully to Narrate 2020 World Series Documentary (Exclusive)

Dodger fans who longed to hear Vin Scully call the team's first World Series championship since 1988 are in luck. The legendary broadcaster, who retired in 2016, will narrate Major League Baseball's…

David Letterman Takes Shot at Dodgers’ Justin Turner Over Post-Game COVID Controversy

Major League Baseball on Wednesday said it was opening an investigation into the third baseman's actions.

Dodgers’ Justin Turner Lambasted for Celebrating Among Team Post Positive COVID Test

MLB insider Ken Rosenthal was particularly hard on Turner, calling his actions "most disturbing." 

LAPD Makes Several Arrests After Dodgers Celebrations Turn Into Property Damage, Looting

The unruliness hearkened back to the recent Lakers championship, after which 76 people were arrested and more than 30 buildings were damaged. 

LA Dodgers Win First World Series Title Since 1988

The Los Angeles Dodgers win first World Series since 1988, beating Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6 to end pandemic-shortened season.

Dodger Stadium Vote Center Planned for Presidential Election

Dodger Stadium will serve as a vote center for the presidential election in November, making the Dodgers the first Major League Baseball team to make their venue available for voting.

Jeff Rose, Former Screen Gems and Paramount TV Publicist, Dies at 88

Jeff Rose, a publicist with Screen Gems and Paramount Television in the 1960s, died Thursday of natural causes at his home in West Hollywood, his family announced. He was 88.

L.A. Dodgers Pitcher Ross Stripling Enters the Podcasting Game

Beyond being a utility man for the Dodgers' pitching staff, Ross Stripling is adding podcaster to a résumé that also includes being a certified investment advisor. With 'The Big Swing,' Stripling and…

Clayton and Ellen Kershaw Host 7th Annual Ping Pong 4 a Purpose at Dodger Stadium

"The biggest prerequisite is just kids in need," Dodgers star Clayton Kershaw told THR about those he most wanted to help with his annual ping-pong tournament.