Jorge Castillo is a sports enterprise reporter, with a focus on baseball, for the Los Angeles Times. He joined The Times in 2018 after spending four years at the Washington Post. A native of Worcester, Mass., he graduated from Yale.
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Canelo Álvarez says he’s tired of Gennadiy Golovkin, claiming the 168-pound champion is afraid to fight him, and promises to send GGG into retirement.
In need of a right-handed hitting outfielder in the light of Mookie Betts’ injury, the Dodgers traded for Trayce Thompson from the Detroit Tigers.
The Dodgers have been linked to star Juan Soto, but the team will have to pay a steep price if the struggling Nationals are ever ready to make a deal.
Trea Turner, the Dodgers’ slickest baserunner, explains how he developed the smoothest and coolest slide in baseball.
On the day Clayton Kershaw was placed on the injured list, Walker Buehler records his worst start of the season in a 12-10 loss to the Phillies.
Dmitry Bivol is open to a rematch against Canelo Alvarez, but the four-belt Mexican boxing champion and his promoter might want Gennadiy Golovkin next.
It was clear early that Canelo Álvarez could not mount a serious challenge to Dmitry Bivol, who sent the Mexican boxer to his first loss since 2013.
WBA light-heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol hails from Russia, but that was not mentioned at Friday’s weigh-in as the country continues waging a war in Ukraine.
Canelo Álvarez offered two possibilities he sees himself doing after becoming the undisputed champion at super middleweight and light heavyweight.
A single-A pitcher for the Cleveland Guardians has taken Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw’s pitching stance as inspiration for better pitching.