Why Trevor Bauer, and what’s next for the Dodgers?

Editor’s note: This is the Friday, Feb. 5 edition of the Inside the Dodgers newsletter from reporter J.P. Hoornstra. To receive the newsletter in your inbox, sign up here. The story of the winter usually goes like this: The Dodgers target a big-name free agent. They make the player a competitive offer. Another team, one that needs the player just a bit more, makes a better offer. The player spurns the Dodgers, who come away with a pretty good roster in spite of it. If you were expecting to rea...
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Brees Renegotiates to Help Saints With Cap if He Retires

A person with knowledge of the situation says Drew Brees has agreed to renegotiate his salary down to the NFL minimum in 2021 in a move that would save the New Orleans Saints considerable space under the salary cap next season.
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MLS players reach tentative CBA deal with league, pending vote

By ANNE M. PETERSON The Associated Press Major League Soccer and its players announced on Friday that they have reached a tentative agreement on a revised collective bargaining agreement. The CBA was approved by the union’s executive board and bargaining committee by a vote of 24-11, according to an ESPN report. The agreement will now be sent to the full players’ union membership for a vote, which could be held as soon as Saturday. A simple majority is all that’s needed to ratify the agreement. ...
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Live Report - India vs England, 1st Test, Chennai, 2nd day

Join us for updates, analysis and colour from the second day of the series opene
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Abu Dhabi T10 League - Northern Warriors, Delhi Bulls set up final showdown

Dwayne Bravo and Lendl Simmons played major roles in their respective teams' wins in the Eliminator games
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‘Next man up’ mentality not working for Kings

Ahead of Friday’s game against the Vegas Golden Knights, Kings coach Todd McLellan was frank in evaluating his team’s performance, progress and consistency. McLellan said the team spent a full practice on “hardness and grit,” stating they were essential regardless of system or structure. He then offered a rare, long-term prognosis in the early stages of a season. “I think it’s going to be late into the season and we’ll still trying to grow our game and grow a lot of individuals,” McLellan said “...
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Videos- Post Game Talk After A 3-1 Loss In Tampa

Dylan Larkin first, bellow is Mickey Redmond an I will update as more media becomes available.   Continue reading "Videos- Post Game Talk After A 3-1 Loss In Tampa"
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Quick Recap- Detroit Red Wings/Tampa Bay Lightning

Detroit played a very good 1st period and lead 1-0 after 20 minutes. Tampa started taking charge (defensively too) in the 2nd period and lead 2-1 at the 2nd intermission. The Lightning added an ENG to make the final 3-1 Detroit continues to be offensively challenged. Detroit goal is below. Continue reading "Quick Recap- Detroit Red Wings/Tampa Bay Lightning"
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Colorful, quirky sculptures return to Sherman Way off-ramp at 170 Freeway in North Hollywood

Three brightly colored, fanciful-shaped sculptures created by artist Lars Hawkes were reinstalled on Friday, Feb. 5, at the Sherman Way off-ramp of the 170 Freeway in North Hollywood. The three-piece sculpture by Lars Hawkes, installed in 1992, along the 170 Freeway in North Hollywood was reinstalled on Friday, February 5, 2021 after being refurbished and repainted by local artist Scott Froschauer with the help from the volunteer group AT&T Pioneers and Caltrans. (Photo by Sarah Reingewirtz,...
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Alexander: With Trevor Bauer on the Dodgers, the champs just got more interesting

That didn’t take long. A little before 1 p.m. on Friday, Trevor Bauer posted a video on YouTube, and linked to it on Twitter, to break the news that he was going to sign with the Dodgers. MY NEW HOME! — Trevor Bauer (トレバー・バウアー) (@BauerOutage) February 5, 2021 And maybe a half-hour after that, “Machado” was trending on Twitter in California, specifically posts noting Manny Machado’s lifetime stats against Bauer (for the record, a .588/.667/1.412 slash line, with four ho...
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Coronavirus: L.A. County surpasses 1 million vaccinations, reports 194 fewer patients as of Feb. 5

Los Angeles County has administered 1,031,401 vaccinations, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public health. The county also reported 194 fewer hospitalizations for a total of 4,796 people hospitalized with coronavirus infections. Of those hospitalized, 28% are in ICU, as of Friday, Feb. 5. The county reported 4,761 new cases, bringing the total number of coronavirus cases to 1,138,764,as of Friday. The county reported 226 new fatalities linked to coronavirus, for a total 17,764 ...
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Black History Month billboards salute African Americans and their seminal achievements

She stares down from a digital billboard looming over the freeway, a youthful woman wearing a white nurse’s cap from the 1880s. Who is she? Huge white letters on the black background answer that, telling curious zooming motorists or slower moving pedestrians on a nearby overpass that her name was Mary Eliza Mahoney. And, beneath that, the message explains why Mahoney is being featured on this digital sign along the 57 Freeway in Placentia, one of dozens like it along roads in Southern California...
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Clippers’ Paul George sits out against Celtics with bone edema in his foot

LOS ANGELES — Clippers star Paul George missed Friday night’s game against the Boston Celtics with a foot injury that’s being described as bone edema, or swelling in the bone of the toe. Coach Tyronn Lue said he couldn’t share details about the nature of the injury or George’s prognosis – “I don’t know, I don’t know and I don’t know,” he said – but he was certain on one thing: “We’re going to miss him. We wish him a speedy recovery.” George has been on a tear this season, averaging 24.4 points, ...
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LA County officials warn public to wait their turn for coronavirus vaccine

Los Angeles County health officials issued a stern warning on Friday, Feb. 5, for anyone trying to skip in line to receive a coronavirus vaccine. It appears some residents have shared a unique access code for acquiring second-dose appointments and using that access code to make first dose appointments. If anyone shows up to receive a vaccine with one of those appointments, Department of Public Health Chief Science Officer Dr. Paul Simon said they will be turned away. “It’s important for people t...
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‘Chicago Seven’ activist Rennie Davis dies at 80

By James Anderson | Associated Press DENVER — Rennie Davis, one of the “Chicago Seven” activists who was tried for organizing an anti-Vietnam War protest outside the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago in which thousands clashed with police in a bloody confrontation that horrified a nation watching live on television, has died. He was 80. Davis died Tuesday of lymphoma at his home in Berthoud, Colorado, his wife, Kirsten Liegmann, told The Associated Press on Wednesday. A longtime pea...
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LA city budget gap widens to more than $750 million, despite recent labor concessions

Los Angeles city officials said Friday, Feb. 5, that the shortfall in this year’s budget has widened to $750 million, with the future of the economy remaining uncertain amid the enduring COVID-19 pandemic. A report from City Administrative Officer Richard Llewellyn on Friday reinforced the ongoing budget struggles brought on by revenues projected to come in $600 million less that what had been anticipated at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the projection no longer contains recommendation...
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LAUSD officials say full school reopenings beyond their control; Buscaino ponders legal action

Even as Los Angeles Unified School District officials stress that certain factors impacting how soon they can reopen schools — such as the level of COVID-19 cases in the county — are beyond their control, one city councilman who wants to look at legal options to compel LAUSD to return students to classrooms insists there are actions the district could take to provide in-person instruction at least to its most vulnerable pupils now. And at least one school board member agrees. A day after L.A. Ci...
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Moorpark High tests out having students on campus during pandemic

Moorpark High School is showing the way. Since the start of the spring the semester, Moorpark High has had 600 students on campus every day, all wearing masks, staying socially distant, and more impressively, taking the opportunity to have in-person learning as a social responsibility, according to Principal Carrie Pentis. “The students have been very respectful,” she said. “We haven’t had one disciplinary issue with any students when it comes to reminding them to wear a mask or staying 6 feet a...
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Scaling back the Super: Southern California grapples over the big-game bash in the COVID era

The Redlands home of Monica and Nick Schoenmann is still Super Bowl festive where normally four TV’s are tuned to the game in four different room for their 35 guests, but this year is different due to COVID-19 on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021. It’ll be just the couple, their son and dog Shadow. They await 40 football-themed balloons. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Monica and Nick Schoenmann have hosted Super Bowl gatherings of 35 people at their Redlands home for the last 11 y...
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Biden doesn’t think $15 minimum wage will ‘survive’ bill process

By Kate Sullivan | CNN President Joe Biden conceded that he does not believe he will be able to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour through his $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief proposal due to the Senate’s rules. “I put it in, but I don’t think it’s going to survive,” Biden told “CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell” in excerpts of an interview that aired Friday. The interview with CBS is his first for network television since taking office and the full interview will air on Sunday. The Presiden...
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Farmer Brothers coffee roaster opens West Coast distribution center in Rialto

Farmer Bros. Co., a Texas-based coffee roaster, wholesaler and distributor of coffee, tea and culinary products, has opened a 156,600-square-foot distribution center in Rialto. With 40% of the company’s customers on the West Coast, the facility at 2520 W. Baseline Road will enable Farmer Brothers to fill product orders faster and improve delivery times and customer service. The company said it’s also expected to reduce maintenance costs with new equipment at the center. Boosting performance Th...
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NFL Offers All 30 Stadiums For COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

The league is “committed to doing our part to ensure" that vaccines become widely accessible, Roger Goodell wrote.
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Mill Valley investor pleads guilty in college admission scam

By Nate Raymond | Reuters A Mill Valley investor who founded a social justice fund for rock group U2’s frontman Bono has agreed to plead guilty to paying $50,000 to rig his son’s college entrance exam results and participating in a vast U.S. college admissions fraud scheme. Bill McGlashan, the former managing partner of TPG Growth and co-founder of The Rise Fund, agreed to a three-month prison sentence and $250,000 fine in exchange for admitting to a wire fraud charge, federal prosecutors in Bos...
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Limited fans, The Weeknd & chicken wings - the Super Bowl in a pandemic

Who is performing the half-time show and are fans allowed to attend? Why this year's NFL showpiece is a Super Bowl like no other.
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Cal Poly Pomona opens coronavirus vaccination super site

A new mass coronavirus vaccination site at Cal Poly Pomona opened on Friday, Feb. 5, with nearly 500 people expected to receive a dose as part of a soft-launch. The site will begin on a smaller scale and ramp up slowly, with 1,000 vaccines expected to be administered on Saturday and 1,500 on Sunday, according to an email Friday from Dr. Michael E. Morris, physician director of Kaiser’s Southern California vaccination program. The state has provided an initial shipment of 42,000 doses for first s...
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Biden suggests ‘no need’ for Trump to get intel briefs

By Aamer Madhani and Zeke Miller | Associated Press WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden said Friday that Donald Trump should not be allowed to receive classified intelligence briefings, a courtesy that historically has been granted to outgoing presidents. Asked in an interview with CBS News what he feared if Trump continued to receive the briefings, Biden said he did not want to “speculate out loud” but made clear he did not want Trump to continue getting them. “I just think that there is no need f...
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Hands On: Nutcase VIO helmets combine enhanced safety & visibility w/ integrated lights

Nutcase has always been known for their colorful, eye-catching helmets. But their newest lid is attention-grabbing in an all-new way. Casual riders, commuters, and adventure riders all stand to benefit from the VIO’s focus on safety & visibility with a helmet design that lights the way for the future of Nutcase. 360º Lighting While most […] The post Hands On: Nutcase VIO helmets combine enhanced safety & visibility w/ integrated lights appeared first on Bikerumor.
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Hard To Watch

 There are so many reasons for just not watching the Wings, and, I'm pretty sure there's not much hope for a win tonight, but, that's never stopped the 19 yet. Unfortunately, this wretched virus is keeping us from other options besides hunkering down at home. Knowing it's going to be hard to watch, I'm still more than happy to host yet another night of bad Red Wings hockey. As one of many fans who has been calling for the firing of the entire coaching staff for some time n...
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Tom Brady tops the list of merchandising sales, Patrick Mahomes is second

Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes will face off in Sunday's Super Bowl to decide the NFL champion for the 2020 season. The champion in merchandising sales already has been declared. The NFLPA released the latest numbers of merchandising sales f
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Want to watch the Super Bowl while eating out in LA County? Head to Long Beach

Folks who want to eat out and watch the Super Bowl in Los Angeles County have one place to go: Long Beach. When county officials allowed outdoor dining to resume last week, their regulations for restaurants included a significant caveat: Televisions must be turned off. Pasadena, which operates its own health department, quickly followed suit in banning TVs at restaurants. But Long Beach, the only other city in the county that runs its own health department, did not. That means it’s the only plac...
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