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Dodgers: Dave Roberts Reveals Cody Bellinger Wondered if He'd 'Ever Get a Hit Again'
The former MVP battled all through the regular season.
Dodgers slugger Cody Bellinger has been through it all this year. In an ocean of low moments, his high point was Tuesday night.
'Diana, The Musical': A definitive ranking of every song from worst to best
Jeanna de Waal plays Diana, the princess, in Diana, The Musical.
Andy Burnham criticises Labour for excluding northern mayors from conference
Labour's northern mayors should not have been left off the agenda at the party's annual conference in Brighton, Andy Burnham has said.
Griffiths apologises for flare incident
Leigh Griffiths has apologised after the Dundee striker appeared to kick a flare into a stand of spectators during Wednesday's 2-0 defeat by St Johnstone.
Five Takeaways From A Big Emmy Night For A Short List Of Shows
Jason Sudeikis of Ted Lasso had a good night on Sunday, winning for both his lead performance and the show overall.
SF Latino Film Festival Compiles a Cornucopia of Small Treasures | KQED
There's an astonishing depth and breadth of narrative filmmaking in Latin and South America that people in this country are often oblivious to.
How the Pittsburgh Penguins can start off the season without Crosby
Not having the "two-headed monster" is a huge loss for the Pittsburgh Penguins in the pre-season and beginning of the season. But focusing on other players will fill the void until Crosby and Malkin come back.
Sports Q: Who is the worst free-agent signing in Boston sports history?
You could argue that the top three all belong to the Red Sox.
You know what? I think we can make the case that the three worst were all Red Sox signings.
'Clubs will be nervous to release players'
Aston Villa chief executive Christian Purslow says the controversy surrounding Brazil and Argentina's World Cup qualifier will make clubs "incredibly nervous" about releasing their players in future.
RECAP: PHI 2, MIA 3; Marlins refuse to Lews, cap comeback with Brinson's HR
Lewis Brinson was the hero for the Marlins on Saturday night, lining a two-run, opposite-field home run off the foul pole that belongs near the very top of the list of his finest moments with the Fish franchise.