Posts Tagged ‘julio’

Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias continues his stellar spring in victory over Reds

Dodgers 8, Cincinnati Reds 1 ON THE MOUND: Julio Urias continued his stellar spring with three scoreless innings. The left-hander allowed one hit, walked one and struck out three.

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Julio Urias’ strong spring continues in Dodgers’ 3-1 win over Rockies

Dodgers 3, Colorado 1 ON THE MOUND: Julio Urias faced the minimum over three innings, walking a batter and striking out two. The 22-year-old left-hander has surrendered one run in six innings this spring.

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Podcast: Waiting for Julio Cesar Chavez and other tales from behind the scenes in sports

On the latest episode of the “Arrive Early, Leave Late” podcast, Los Angeles Times journalists share tales from their careers that may have never been printed. Columnist Bill Plaschke tells of his ill-fated attempt to interview legendary boxer Julio César Chávez. Also, Sam Farmer talks about his…

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Podcast: Waiting for Julio Cesar Chavez and other tales from behind the scenes in sports

On the latest episode of the “Arrive Early, Leave Late” podcast, Los Angeles Times journalists share tales from their careers that may have never been printed. Columnist Bill Plaschke tells of his ill-fated attempt to interview legendary boxer Julio César Chávez

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What to know about every NFC team heading into Week 17

Arizona: Has scored points on only 18.4% of its offensive drives this season — 35.4% less often than league-leading New Orleans. Atlanta: Julio Jones is the only player averaging more than 100 yards receiving. The NFL leader needs 61 yards to finish with triple digits per game

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Amparo Dávila’s short stories are beautifully wrought nightmares

In a 1984 interview in the Paris Review, novelist Julio Cortázar likened the art of writing fiction to playing a game: “For me, literature is a form of play,” he said. “But I’ve always added that there are two forms of play: football, for example, which is basically a game, and then games that…

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Scott Alexander isn’t injured, just bypassed, for a roster spot

The Dodgers did not elect to take Scott Alexander, their most reliable left-handed reliever this season, off their roster for the NL Championship Series because of injury. Alexander is healthy

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Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias getting closer to pitching off mound

Nearly 11 months since undergoing career-altering surgery on his left shoulder, Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias believes he is close to pitching off a mound again. “We’re at the point where the trainers are able to start planning out when I can actually get on the mound,” Urias said through his interpreter,…

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Eagles fend off hungry Falcons to advance to NFC championship game

It wasn’t pretty, but the Philadelphia Eagles are headed to the NFC championship game.

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First look at the Rams’ playoff opponent: the Atlanta Falcons

Quarterback Matt Ryan, receiver Julio Jones and many other Atlanta Falcons players have NFL playoff experience. So does third-year coach Dan Quinn, who guided the Falcons to the Super Bowl last season. The Rams have not been to the playoffs since 2004, only six players on the roster have postseason..

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