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Inside the political donation history of wealthy sports owners
American professional sports owners have contributed nearly $47 million in federal elections since 2015.[read more]

Dodgers favored to repeat as champs in 2021
The Dodgers, who finished off the Rays on Tuesday in six games, head into the offseason as +400 favorites to win the 2021 World Series, ahead of the Yankees (+650) and Padres (+850).[read more]

Kershaw: Series win makes past woes 'pointless'
Dodgers lefty Clayton Kershaw could focus only on being a World Series champion Tuesday night and said "all that other stuff is pointless."[read more]

Reports: Owners set for final vote on Mets sale
MLB owners will vote Friday on the sale of the Mets to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen, according to multiple reports.[read more]

L.A.'s Turner tests positive, pulled from Game 6
Dodgers 3B Justin Turner tested positive for COVID-19 and was pulled from L.A.'s World Series-clinching win against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night in Arlington, Texas.[read more]

Snell 'disappointed, upset' by Cash's early hook
Blake Snell, who cruised through five shutout innings against the Dodgers, said he was "disappointed and upset" that he was pulled in the sixth inning of Tuesday night's Series-clinching loss.[read more]

Seager named MVP as Dodgers finally clinch title
The Dodgers rode their bullpen to a 3-1 win over the Rays in Tuesday's Game 6, giving them their first World Series championship since 1988. Corey Seager hit a rare October double, becoming MVP of the World Series after earning the honor for the NLCS.[read more]

Dominant Dodgers cement place in history with World Series title
The Dodgers' journey ended in Arlington, Texas, with a come-from-behind Game 6 victory.[read more]

Inside the night Clayton Kershaw finally became a World Series champion -- in his hometown
The Dodgers' ace grew up about 20 miles from Globe Life Field. Tuesday night, he won his first title there, with his childhood friends watching.[read more]

Way-too-early 2021 MLB Power Rankings: What's next for Dodgers, Rays and all 30 teams
Sure, the 2020 season just ended. No, we haven't a clue how the offseason will play out. We're ranking all 30 MLB teams for next year anyway.[read more]