Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout is poised to sign the most lucrative contract in baseball history after agreeing a 12-year contract extension worth more than $430 million, reports said Tuesday.
A trove of NBA memorabilia -- including championship rings and MVP hardware from the hall-of-fame basketball career of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, garnered nearly $3 million at an American auction on Sunday.
ESPN reported Tuesday that four-time all-star third baseman and shortstop Manny Machado has agreed to a 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres, but the team did not immediately confirm the signing.
Los Angeles Dodger pitchers and catchers will report to spring training in Glendale, Arizona Tuesday, the start of their quest for their first World Series title since 1988 after back-to-back World Series losses.
The Beverly Hills AYSO Wolfpack Girls Extra U11 team competed two weeks ago in the AYSO Extra playoffs in Pasadena, reaching the championship game and ultimately earning second place in a tough 2-1 loss to Santa Monica. Earlier in the day the Wolfpack defeated Palos Verdes, the regular season league winner and number one seed in the playoffs, by a score of 1-0. The Wolfpack team was the only BH AYSO team to advance to the Sectional tournament in Riverside on March 3 - that tournament has only four teams in it from AYSO regions throughout Southern California. Back row, from left: Coaches Arik Betesh and Rick Wolfen. Middle row, from left: Hannah Carr, Aliyah Garcia, Lexi Gelbard, Shaili Betesh, Chloe Fedida and Charlotte Weinberger. Front row, from left: Izzy Kadz, Jasmine Cohanim, Emily Wolken, Romy Harari, Lily Gimbel and Sophie Gimbel.
A 79-year-old woman died in August after being hit in the head by a foul ball at Dodger Stadium, it was reported Monday.
Thanks to a scoreless tie after double overtime against its Ocean League rival Culver City on Wednesday, the Beverly Hills High girls soccer team clinched the Ocean League championship.
New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis has asked to be traded to an NBA contender before the league's February 7 transfer deadline, according to multiple reports Monday.
The AYSO Region 76 Boys Under 12 regular season league champions for the 2018-2019 season is team "Eat Your Green Beans", affectionately known as Green Beans, or by their initials, EYGB. Team EYGB won the entire Los Angeles Area tournament on Jan. 13th held in Culver City. They competed against the other local Champions from neighboring regions including West LA, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, South L.A., Los Feliz, West Adams, and Culver City. Next up, team EYGB will play in late February in the Southern California Sectional Tournament in Riverside. In some ways the Green Beans are like any other group of kids from the local area, and do not come across as a competitive soccer team. They first met after Labor Day weekend 2018 as a "balanced" team with players of varying skill. There was no draft and there were no super stars that the team could depend on to carry them through the season. Even though both coaches have coached multiple teams before, they quickly they realized they had created something special this season. Pictured, front row (from left): Sam Krieger, Cole Krasner, Ezra Albert, Jonathan Hazany, Andrew Hakim and Gavin Sayble. Back row, from left: Zach Golan, Alonzo Wickers, Sabin Kang. Maccabee Ascher. Adrian Grafstein. Isaac Schulte-Wayser, Coach Alàn Sneider and Coach Lawrence Grafstein.
76 United, the G19 team from the Beverly Hills AYSO, just put the finishing touches on an undefeated season which saw the team score 31 goals and allow only 3 goals against. That result gave the team back-to-back undefeated seasons and a second-straight trip to the Section 1 championship game. Pictured above, top row (from left): Maya Lerner, Celine Albarian, Talia Byrnes, Eden Bechnainou, Alessandra Judaken, Milena Stern, Adrianna Goldman, Courtney Farkas and Coach Grisha Alasadi. Front row, from left: Giana Loscalzo, Nikki Kay, Taimane Aveau, Zela Alasadi and Jaylene Beatts. Not pictured: Lila O’Connell, Madison Kohan, Gabrielle Urman, Sasha Meyer and Penelope Reynolds.