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Column: Brady moves on, making history with every throw

Tom Brady is one win away from the Super Bowl, two wins away from a seventh ring. If that doesn’t get you excited about the final weeks of the strangest NFL season ever, perhaps the ...

Column: Baseball a better game because Lasorda was in it

Tommy Lasorda loved the game of baseball more than anything. If it was somehow possible, he loved the Dodgers even more. Lasorda lived his life wrapped in Dodger B...

Column: A woman in charge, and it's about time

On the day she officially became a trailblazer in Major League Baseball, Kim Ng remembered the little girl who played stickball on the streets of Queens. At the time her gender wasn’...

Column: Green jacket fits as well in November as in April

Like last year, it happened during breakfast at the Masters. Like last year, everyone was talking about Tiger Woods and the 12th hole. Everything else was different Sunday at a Maste...

Crawford returns to ring in title defense against Brook

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Terence Crawford has long held a spot in the mythical pound-for-pound ratings that boxing people like to argue about when all the fights are done for the day. What C...

Column: A Masters without fans is missing patrons, too

By now, even the green jackets who run the Masters should have given up, though historically they’ve found that almost as difficult to do as raise the price of a pimento cheese sandwich. ...

Davis building on star power in title bout with Santa Cruz

Gervonta Davis wants to become a pay-per-view star, much like his promoter and mentor Floyd Mayweather Jr. was in his prime. He also wants to fight in front of a lot of screaming fan...

Column: Turner's selfish celebration mars Dodger triumph

Well, at least the contact tracing should be easy. The Dodger postseason roster would be a good place to start. So would the team picture on the field after winning the World Series....

Column: Kershaw grinds and Roberts pushes the right buttons

If it wasn’t exactly redemption for Clayton Kershaw, it sure was for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Maybe Dave Roberts, too, though the jury will be out on the Dodgers manager until the mo...

Column: Rays hungry for more after evening up World Series

Game 1 of the World Series was all about Mookie Betts and his quest to give the Los Angeles Dodgers a title and fans across the country a free taco. Game 2 gave us a $27.50 hot dog t...

Lomachenko, Lopez to give boxing fans a gift: free fight

LAS VEGAS (AP) — In ordinary times, Vasiliy Lomachenko and Teofimo Lopez would be the fight of the fall, a lightweight title match about as compelling as it gets in the boxing world these days. ...

Column: Cheaters do prosper, at least in baseball

Remorse? Carlos Correa has none. Not for stealing the 2017 World Series from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Certainly not for celebrating on the field at Dodger Stadium after advancing in ...

Column: Time for NFL players, coaches to mask up or go home

At first blush it doesn’t make a lot of sense to force NFL coaches to mask up on the sidelines when dozens of players with no similar virus protection are crashing into each other nearby. ...

Column: A season like no other gets playoffs like no other

The playoffs are here, and there’s no better way to start than by throwing out the first ball Tuesday in Minnesota with the cheating Astros and their 29-31 record. It’s entirely poss...

Charlo brothers hoping to show off in pay-per-view fights

The Charlo brothers are determined to put on a show on boxing’s biggest card since the arrival of the pandemic. All they can hope is people will pay to tune in and watch it. ...