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Escape from Cuba: Yasiel Puig’s Untold Journey to the Dodgers

Gilberto Suarez, the Florida financier accused of smuggling Yasiel Puig out of Cuba in 2012, changed his plea from not guilty to guilty. In May, writer Jesse Katz revealed the details of Puig's harrowing passage
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Jeanie Buss Is the First Female Owner of a Championship Team in NBA History

The trophy marks the ultimate victory for one of the most powerful women in sports

L.A. Loves Its Soccer, and We’re Finally Getting The Stadium to Match

Banc of California Stadium will have ’NFL-type amenities’

Buying Genuine Kobe Memorabilia Takes Skepticism—and (Ideally) an Authenticator

Phony autographs have proliferated online since the Lakers legend passed in January

The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

Your best bets for February 12 to 16, 2018
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The Family of Another Kobe Crash Victim Is Suing the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department

The husband of Christina Mauser says "gratuitous" photos taken by deputies at the scene of the accident were an invasion of privacy
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L.A. City Council Wants Justice for the Dodgers—but They’re Out of Their League

Local politicians' move to snatch World Series titles is a swing and a miss
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A History of the Dodgers in the World Series from 1916 to 2020

Take a quick look back at the team's history after Tuesday's big win
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Mattel Apologizes for Failing to Represent Asians in Its Olympics Collection

The toymaker says it "fell short" with its inclusive line of Tokyo Olympics Barbies
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The Voices of the Dodgers Sound Off on the Team’s History

Vin Scully and Jaime Jarrín reflect on the team’s early days