Archive for May, 2017

Eric Young Jr. has big blast for Angels

Upon contact, Eric Young Jr. knew he had homered.

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Massive Big Sur landslide added 13 acres to Central California coast

A massive landslide that engulfed Central California’s Highway 1 has added 13 acres to the coastline.

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Matt Cassell, former USC quarterback, will have surgery on thumb

Tennessee backup quarterback Matt Cassel will have surgery to put a pin in his right thumb after being hurt during the Titans’ offseason program. Cassel, 35, who played at Chatsworth High and USC, suffered the injury to his throwing hand Tuesday during the Titans’ closed organized team activity..

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Wenger gets two-year deal to stay at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger will stay on as Arsenal coach, earning a new two-year contract despite the north London soccer team’s missing out on Champions League qualification. Arsenal said the 67-year-old Frenchman secured the extension after a full review of the club’s activities “to identify areas for improvement..

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Angels face devil of a time without Mike Trout in lineup

The Angels thrived in the wake of a season-ending knee injury to Garrett Richards in 2014, going 21-7 over the next month without their ace and turning a half-game lead in the American League West on Aug. 20 into a division-clinching 111/2- game bulge by Sept

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Kathy Griffin proves there’s still such a thing as ‘too far’

Well, at least we know there’s still a line. On Tuesday, when Tyler Shields’ intentionally provocative photo of comedian Kathy Griffin holding what appeared to be the bloody, severed head of President Trump hit social media, the condemnation was swift, complete and unequivocal. Whatever her initial..

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The Eagles call on family — and Vince Gill — to carry on without Glenn Frey for Classic West-East shows

Can an iconic rock band that’s lost a key member continue? Or should it? Founding members of the Who — Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey — have kept that band alive despite the deaths of drummer Keith Moon in 1978 and of bassist John Entwistle in 2002.

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Dodgers’ winning streak ends in 2-1 loss to Cardinals

When the baseball left his hand, Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling knew his aim would not be true. He intended to handcuff St.

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MLB: Bryce Harper’s suspension cut by a game

Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper agreed to drop his appeal of a four-game suspension and had one game shaved from the punishment.

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Penguins take two-game lead over Predators in Stanley Cup Final

Proving again that the quality of their shots on goal matters more than the quantity, the Pittsburgh Penguins flattened the Nashville Predators in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final by capitalizing on their prime scoring chances. Rookie forward Jake Guentzel scored twice to increase his postseason-leading…

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