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1. Ryan Miller earns shutout as Ducks blank Wild 4-007:05[−]

Ryan Miller made 31 saves for his 44th career shutout as the Anaheim Ducks beat the Minnesota Wild 4-0 Tuesday night.

Jakob Silfverberg, Corey Perry, Ryan Kesler and Hampus Lindholm scored to help Anaheim get its third win in four games.

Miller got his second win in two starts since returning from...

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2. Longtime teammates help make Long Beach State volleyball a national power06:00[−]

It doesn’t matter where senior setter Josh Tuaniga is looking. When an opponent’s spike or an unexpected hit sends the Long Beach State men’s volleyball team scrambling and it appears the point is lost, Tuaniga still attempts to make the dig. Senior outside hitter TJ DeFalco isn’t surprised.

Once...

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3. Friends and roommates, UCLA basketball's backcourt of the future is nearly inseparable05:25[−]

David Singleton went on his official visit to UCLA with Jules Bernard, lived with him in the campus dorms over the summer and now rooms with him in an off-campus apartment.

The Bruins’ backcourt of the future has been nearly inseparable … except for that time the actual backcourt intervened.

Singleton...

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4. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred's advice is to be patient, stay calm about unsigned players04:45[−]

The first domino at the top of baseball’s free-agent market finally toppled Tuesday morning, when Manny Machado agreed to a 10-year, $300-million contract with the San Diego Padres. The agreement heartened MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, who spent a significant portion of a 30-minute address with...

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5. Angels have a crowded field for infield spots04:35[−]

Angels infielder Zack Cozart, who arrived at spring training injury-free after having season-ending shoulder surgery in June, is a lock for the 2019 opening-day roster.

But it will be weeks before the Angels determine which position Cozart will play come March 28. Cozart can play second or third...

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6. Chargers unlikely to use franchise or transition tags on pending free agents04:25[−]

Tuesday marked the start of the NFL’s franchise and transition tag period, an early offseason stretch in which the Chargers are not expected to participate.

None of the team’s 13 pending unrestricted free agents is considered a prime candidate to be tagged.

That list includes defensive linemen ...

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7. Padres give Manny Machado 300 million reasons to stay close to Dodgers04:15[−]

The news baseball waited for all winter finally broke Tuesday morning, minutes before the Dodgers began their first full-squad workout of 2019 at a frigid Camelback Ranch.

Manny Machado, the four-time All-Star infielder last seen playing a villainous role during the Dodgers’ World Series run last...

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8. Don Newcombe’s toughness helped him overcome hate and become a legend03:30[−]

He could have been the angriest man at Dodger Stadium.

Instead, he was the most elegant.

Don Newcombe, who died Tuesday, was a monument in a fedora, history with a sport coat, a legend bearing a pocket square.

Even when his memory was fading and his steps were slow, he would show up three hours...

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9. Clayton Kershaw is selected Dodgers' opening-day starter for ninth year in a row02:20[−]

In what has become an annual ritual, Clayton Kershaw was selected the Dodgersopening-day starter for the ninth season in a row, a franchise record.

Manager Dave Roberts made the announcement Tuesday on a chilly morning at Camelback Ranch before the Dodgers held their first full-squad workout...

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10. Don Newcombe, former Dodger great, dies at 92Вт., 19 февр.[−]

Don Newcombe, the intimidating right-handed pitcher who was the first player in major league history to have won rookie-of-the-year, most-valuable-player and Cy Young awards, died Tuesday. He was 92.

Newcombe, who cut short a brilliant baseball career with alcohol abuse then spent much of the rest...

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11. What we learned from the Kings’ 3-2 loss to the CapitalsВт., 19 февр.[−]

Alex Ovechkin shot the puck as if he were angry at it and the long losing streak his team had in Los Angeles.

He stamped a 3-2 win with two power-play goals, signature shots that have defined his career, as the Washington Capitals ended an eight-year losing spell at Staples Center.

As is their...

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12. USA Gymnastics hires NBA executive Li Li Leung as new CEOВт., 19 февр.[−]

Mired in scandal and a series of public gaffes, USA Gymnastics is hoping to turn things around with an NBA executive as its new leader.

The embattled organization named Li Li Leung as its president and chief executive on Tuesday, concluding a long search marked by hiccups and controversy.

“Li Li’s...

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13. Angels owner Arte Moreno says he is interested in purchasing Fox Sports outletsВт., 19 февр.[−]

The Dodgers own a television channel that provides year-round coverage of the team, but that channel is unavailable in much of the Los Angeles market.

The Angels soon could get year-round coverage too, on a channel already included on every major cable and satellite provider in town.

Angels owner...

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14. Alex Ovechkin is too much for Kings to handle in 3-2 loss to CapitalsВт., 19 февр.[−]

Low gasps spread from the lower bowl to the upper reaches of Staples Center.

It was the sound of jaws dropping, both in awe and disappointment, in the presence of a Russian star. He gave them their money’s worth with two signature goals, scored on rocket shots from his usual spot on the left side...

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15. Lakers do a fine job honoring legendary players. Why not coaching greats too?Вт., 19 февр.[−]

The next statue that will go up outside of Staples Center likely will belong to Kobe Bryant. We still don’t know when that will be or what it will look like, or if there’s a chance he might get two after getting both his No. 8 and No. 24 jerseys retired.

We can assume the next Lakers jersey to...

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16. Up next for the Ducks: Tuesday at MinnesotaВт., 19 февр.[−]

When: 5 p.m. PST.

On the air: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: 830.

Update: The Ducks and Wild have played twice, the road team winning each time. When the Ducks won 3-0 at Minnesota on Jan. 17, they ended a 12-game losing streak. Jakob Silfverberg, who leads the Ducks with 15 goals, scored twice Sunday...

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17. Mike Trout mum on contract, but feels Angels are poised to ‘make a push’Вт., 19 февр.[−]

A few hours before the Angels assembled Monday morning for their first full-squad workout of the spring, their best player rummaged through a clubhouse closet. He removed some of what he found, wiggled inside and shut the door.

Moments later, he jumped out to scare whoever came his way. The passing...

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18. Ducks goalie Ryan Miller's patience pays off with satisfying wins markВт., 19 февр.[−]

Here’s what we’ve learned over the last week in the NHL:

Good things come to those who wait

Ducks backup goaltender Ryan Miller tied John Vanbiesbrouck’s record for the most NHL wins by an American-born goalie with a victory over the Washington Capitals on Dec. 2. Miller had a chance to set the...

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19. Victor Espinoza returns to horse racing for first time since breaking his neckВт., 19 февр.[−]

“Welcome back Victor.”

“Let’s go Victor.”

“Go get ’em Victor.”

Fans offered warm, emotional words of encouragement to jockey Victor Espinoza on Monday at Santa Anita from the moment he emerged from the jockeys’ room and boarded his first official mount in seven months since breaking his neck in...

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20. LeBron James: Is the Lakers star still the NBA’s greatest?Вт., 19 февр.[−]

When LeBron James walks onto the court, even two rosters of the best players in the NBA stop and take notice.

That’s the result of a masterful career, 15 consecutive All-Star Game appearances, 15 straight seasons averaging more than 25 points, six rebounds and six assists. He’s dragged mediocre...

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21. Rams might halt one part of their big-spending ways this offseasonВт., 19 февр.[−]

Fear of a playing with a potential gaping hole in the defense caused the Rams to spend about $42 million on franchise-tagged players the last three seasons.

In 2016 and 2017, former cornerback Trumaine Johnson earned nearly $31 million. Last season, safety Lamarcus Joyner earned about $11.3 million...

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22. Clayton Kershaw and Rich Hill balking at new 20-second pitch clockВт., 19 февр.[−]

A day after Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred announced the league will implement a 20-second pitch clock during spring training games and could possibly institute the clock for the upcoming regular season, Clayton Kershaw said he will ignore the new measure.

“I’m not going to pay...

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23. Lovable Cubs were a budding dynasty. So what happened?Вт., 19 февр.[−]

Jon Lester hollered a greeting as he peered through a bank of television cameras surrounding Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo.

“Hi Tony!” Lester said.

“Hi Jon,” Rizzo said. “Love you.”

“Love you back,” Lester replied.

It was a brief, bright moment during a gloomy start to the spring at...

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24. Dodgers say Andrew Toles hasn't reported to spring training because of 'personal matter'Вт., 19 февр.[−]

The Dodgers announced outfielder Andrew Toles did not report to camp on Monday because he is “dealing with a personal matter.”

“We aren’t sure when Andrew will arrive but he has been in contact with the organization and has our full support,” the Dodgers said in a statement.

Toles, 26, was the...

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25. Giants manager Bruce Bochy to retire after this seasonПн., 18 февр.[−]

Bruce Bochy has always managed with his gut. Those same instincts told him it's nearly time to retire.

Bochy announced Monday this will be his last season managing the San Francisco Giants, his 25th as a big league manager.

He told the team before Monday's spring training workout at Scottsdale...

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