'Breaking Bad' Is Cooking Something Up With A New LA Pop-Up"Breaking Bad" has come to Los Angeles in a new interactive pop-up experience.
Mets Sign Former Angel Santana, Former Dodger Kemp To Minor League DealsSantana's deal is pending a physical at the Mets training camp in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Dodgers Sign Former Mets Catcher Travis d'ArnaudEven though he had been with the Dodgers "less than an hour" d'Arnaud was already feeling a positive vibe in the clubhouse.
Nimmo's Pinch-Hit HR Rallies Mets Past LA Dodgers; DeGrom Gets NDThe loss ended the Dodgers' three-game winning streak and dropped them out of first in the NL West.
Dodgers Hit 7 HRs, Beat Mets 8-7 On Turner's Shot In 11thJustin Turner hit the Dodgers' seventh home run of the game, a go-ahead drive in the 11th inning that led Los Angeles over the New York Mets 8-7 Sunday.
Dodgers Score 5 In Eighth Inning To Gut-Punch Slumping Mets, 8-3Matt Kemp cleared the bases during the five-run eighth with his eighth career grand slam and 13th home run this season.
30 Players: Top Prospects Set To Leave Mark On NL EastRonald Acuna, Victor Robles, Rhys Hoskins highlight a division loaded with young stars.
Dodgers Land Mets Slugger Curtis GrandersonGranderson comes to the Dodgers with lots of playoff experience. He's been a leadoff hitter, clean-up hitter and gives the Dodgers a great clubhouse presence to boot.
Turner, Dodgers Steamroll Mets 8-0 For Season SweepLos Angeles crushed the Mets like refuse in a trash compactor, outscoring them 57-15 over seven games and outhomering them 25-11.
Mets Hit 4 Homers But Dodgers Hit 5 To Win, 7-4Chris Taylor, Cody Bellinger, Yasiel Puig, Justin Turner and Corey Seager all went deep.
Had To Be Yu: Brilliant Darvish, 3 Dodger Home Runs Pound Mets, 6-0Chris Taylor, Yasiel Puig and Chase Utley all went deep.
Angels Fall Short In Late-Inning Comeback Against Mets, 7-5Angels rookie Alex Meyer (2-2) allowed four runs — three earned — and three hits in four-plus innings.
Mets Beat Anaheim, 3-0; Angels Fail To Score With Bases Loaded, No OutsRicky Nolasco (2-3) allowed two runs, one earned, over six innings. Los Angeles had won four straight.
Former NL Outfielder Jim Hickman Dies At 79Hickman was most known for playing for the hapless Mets (1962-1967) but he also played for the LA Dodgers (1967), Chicago Cubs (68-73) and St. Louis Cardinals (1974.)