Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles won Game 5, 2-1, to advance to the National League Championship Series.
Loyalty went out the window.
Chris Taylor's home run defeated the Cardinals in a one-game elimination — and that wasn't the only detail the Los Angeles starting pitcher foretold.
The star pitcher, who has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his home, will remain on paid leave.
Viewers set the clip of the artful Dodger to a range of sweet soundtracks.
The pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers — whose mother is Mexican American — hit a home run with fans on Twitter.
A woman has accused the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher of assaulting her. The LAPD is investigating the allegations.
President Joe Biden welcomed the Los Angeles Dodgers to the White House to celebrate their 2020 World Series victory, making them the first sports team to visit since the coronavirus pandemic began.
The Dodgers’ visit to the White House marks the first visit by a champion sports team since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the first with Biden in office.
The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher will likely still take the mound against Washington even as police and MLB investigate allegations he assaulted a woman.
"It's just one of those funky plays that I don't think is gonna happen again this year," Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said.
The Hall of Fame manager guided the team to two World Series titles.
A look back at the year’s most notable events, from wildfires in Australia, racial justice protests in the United States and a pandemic around the world.
The Dodgers third baseman returned to the field and removed his mask to celebrate the team's World Series win — after testing positive during the game.
LeBron James, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alyssa Milano, Lana Del Rey and more joined the celebration.
The Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman was pulled from the field during his team's World Series-clinching win after testing positive for COVID-19.
The Dodgers took the title in game 6 against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Critics reminded the Lakers star of his previous baseball team loyalties after he live-tweeted the Dodgers' Game 1 victory in the World Series.
The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher bristled when a reporter brought up the subject, but fans were in stitches.
NBA superstar LeBron James and his voting rights initiative collaborated with the Los Angeles Dodgers to make this new voting site a reality.