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ANAHEIM — Although the Los Angeles Angels probably will miss the playoffs for the fifth consecutive year, their offense is finally performing up to its pedigree and looking like one of the AL’s best.

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LOS ANGELES — Robert Woods is off to another strong start with the Los Angeles Rams in a career that has always exceeded expectations, and his team is planning to reward him for it.

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Chargers place Pouncey on IR; center will have hip surgery

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The Pac-12 took a significant step toward joining the Big Ten in playing football in the fall, getting clearance to hold full-fledged practices from the states of California and Oregon.

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EDMONTON, Alberta — Jon Cooper might have reacted differently five years ago to losing in double overtime in Tampa Bay’s first chance to move on to the Stanley Cup Final, sulking with his head down and kicking the nearest soda can.

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LOS ANGELES — The more things changed for the Los Angeles Clippers, the more they stayed the same.

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With Ohio State, Ohio, Akron, Toledo, Kent State, Bowling Green and Miami of Ohio idle because of the coronavirus pandemic, that leaves football fans in the Buckeye State with Thursday night’s Bengals-Browns game.

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SAN DIEGO — While the Los Angeles Dodgers are regular participants in postseason baseball, there was something unusual about becoming the first team in the pandemic-shortened season to clinch a berth in the expanded playoffs.

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MAMARONECK, N.Y. — Waiting for the green to clear ahead, Sergio Garcia looked behind him at the five holes he played Wednesday at Winged Foot and recited a list of clubs that rarely come out of his bag.

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Pac-12 football plans remain in holding pattern

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NEW YORK — The World Series will be played entirely at the Texas Rangers’ new ballpark in Arlington, Texas, and Major League Baseball hopes fans can attend.

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Dodgers activate Turner for series at San Diego

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There’s a lot that can be said about an opening NFL week that featured a little of everything — except, perhaps, the positive COVID-19 tests that everyone feared most.

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EDMONTON, Alberta — Inside a lounge at the JW Marriott usually reserved for their meals and meetings, the Dallas Stars enjoyed a moment.

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A’ja Wilson has been the cornerstone of the Las Vegas franchise since she was drafted and took her game to another level this season, earning her The Associated Press WNBA player of the year honors.

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LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Rams saw some encouraging early returns from Sean McVay’s offseason decision to make systemic changes to what was already a pretty good defense.

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Anthony Lynn stressed throughout training camp that he wanted the Los Angeles Chargers offense to be balanced. The statistics show they accomplished that in Sunday’s 16-13 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals, but the execution was far from desired.

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Denver started its season by talking about winning a championship way back in training camp, knowing very well that few would believe in the Nuggets’ chances.

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Santa Anita postpones fall opener 1 week due to wildfire

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Comparisons to all-time greats are a dangerous business. Raiders coach Jon Gruden apparently doesn't care.

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LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.  — Flights home from the NBA’s bubble are planned whenever a team is on the cusp of elimination, just in case they’re needed.

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DENVER — A few weeks ago, Albert Pujols received a text out of the blue: “It’s your time now. Go get it.”

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NEW YORK — A U.S. Open unlike any other finished unlike any other — with an unprecedented fifth-set tiebreaker as Dominic Thiem became the first man in 71 years to win the tournament final after dropping the opening two sets.

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Pogacar wins Stage 15 at Tour de France, Roglic retains lead

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CINCINNATI — Playing with a starting quarterback other than Philip Rivers for the first time since 2005, the Los Angeles Chargers mustered just enough offense — and got just enough breaks.