Dodgers' Rich Hill: Trump Shouldn't Be Tweeting About World Series Hours After Synagogue MassacreDodgers pitcher Rich Hill wasn't a fan of how President Donald Trump criticized manager Dave Roberts during Game 4 of the World Series, which was the same day of a deadly shooting.
Behind-The-Scenes: World Series Game 5 Preview With Kevin CuencaCBS2's Kevin Cuenca provided this "behind-the-scenes" look at Dodger Stadium looking ahead to today's Game 5. Check it out!
Duo To Attend All 5 Pro Home Games Amid LA Sports 'Equinox'Los Angeles is experiencing a so-called "sports equinox," with all five major professional U.S. sports leagues playing at home on the same day: hockey, football, soccer, baseball and basketball.
Not Going To The Dodgers Game? Here's How To Avoid The TrafficIf you are not going to the Dodgers game Sunday, here is how to avoid the traffic congestion.
#LADetermined: Dodgers Fans Hold Out Hope For World Series WinThe World Series is keeping Dodgers fans on their toes.
Pearce Rallies Red Sox Past Dodgers 9-6 For 3-1 Series LeadSteve Pearce hit a tying homer in the eighth inning and a three-run double in the ninth, and the Boston Red Sox rallied from a four-run deficit for a 9-6 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday night and a 3-1 World Series lead.
World Series Game 4 Preview With Kevin CuencaCBS2's Kevin Cuenca is on the field at Dodger Stadium recapping last night's wild and historic Game 3 and looking ahead to today's Game 4.
"Let's Go Dodgers!" Fans Take To Social Media To Show Support
LA's 5 Major Professional Sports Leagues To Play The Same DaySunday will mark a never-before-seen "sports equinox" in which all five major professional U.S. sports leagues will play in the same metropolitan area on the same day.
LAPD: No Tailgating, Parking Restricted At Dodger Stadium For World SeriesDodgers fans heading to the World Series games this weekend are being warned about a tailgating ban and parking restrictions at the stadium.
Weary Dodgers Fans Celebrate Historic World Series WinSeven hours and 20 minutes, 18 innings and 561 pitches later, the Los Angeles Dodgers and fans celebrated a crucial victory in the longest World Series game in history.
Dodgers Win Late, Late Late Show, Cut Red Sox Lead To 2-1Max Muncy homered on the 561st and last pitch at 12:30 a.m., when most of America was asleep.
Average Ratings For World Series Games 1 & 2 Lowest Since 2015Baseball's postseason has seen a decline in ratings this year and that trend has continued through the first two games of the World Series.
Historian: Don't Count Out This 'Bad News Bears' Dodgers Team“Three of the six championships, we’ve been in the exact same situation – we lost the first two games on the road, won all three at Dodger Stadium, and then clinched it on the road,” Mark Langill said.
Back In LA Warmth, Dodgers Hope To Get Hot In World Series Game 3The Dodgers are down two games to the Boston Red Sox in a World Series matchup for the ages, putting both the storied franchises and their historic ballparks in the national spotlight.