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Even after Ryan Kesler scored a goal in his season debut last week, there was no telling just how much he had left. He was largely ineffective last season following hip surgery, and another grueling summer of rehab — driven by his unquenchable thirst to quiet the critics — was required just...

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Controversy swirled around the fourth game of the American League Championship Series between the Houston Astros and Boston Red Sox long before Andrew Benintendi made a game-saving dive to end a 4-hour 33-minute battle of wills at Minute Maid Park. A man in a 1984 Republican presidential campaign...

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Manny Machado was fined $10,000 by Major League Baseball for an incident that sparked a benches-clearing spat between the Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series on Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the situation. Machado was not suspended and...

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NFL Thursday DENVER (2-4) AT ARIZONA (1-5) TV: Ch. 11, NFL Network, 5:15 p.m. Line: Broncos by 2. Over/under: 42. Sam Farmer’s pick: With Vance Joseph’s head coaching job in Denver dangling by a thread, the Broncos put a game together on the road. The same pass rush that sacked Jared Goff...

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Los Angeles Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel is adding another notable achievement to his already long list: He will receive the Dorothy and Lillian Gish prize for his work in the arts at a ceremony to take place Dec. 4 at Lincoln Center in New York City. The award was established in 1994...

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Manny Machado has been fined by Major League Baseball for the incident that sparked a bench-clearing event Tuesday at Dodger Stadium. Machado was fined $10,000. The league does not announce player discipline beyond suspensions, but the fine was confirmed to The Times by a person familiar with the...

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The roar returned. The building jumped. The fans forgave. A day after Enrique Hernandez criticized the Dodger Stadium crowd for its lack of energy, hours after he apologized for that critique, Chavez Ravine was filled Tuesday with the noisy joy of amends. Fans were chanting, “Let’s Go...

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