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The Dodgers are heading into Game five in a tied series against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night. They have to win in order to continue their World Series run.

Dodgers: Do or die in Wednesday game against Washington Nationals

The Dodgers are heading into Game five in a tied series against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night. They have to win in order to continue their World Series run.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The top college basketball teams advanced to the Sweet 16 of the men’s NCAA. The standout player this year is Zion Williamson from Duke University.

All eyes are on Zion Williamson as Duke advances in March Madness

The top college basketball teams advanced to the Sweet 16 of the men’s NCAA. The standout player this year is Zion Williamson from Duke University.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

For the first time ever, teams in all five major pro sports leagues played home games: the Dodgers, the Rams, the Clippers, the Kings, and the Galaxy. Some ended better than others.

Mourning the Dodgers’ World Series loss

For the first time ever, teams in all five major pro sports leagues played home games: the Dodgers, the Rams, the Clippers, the Kings, and the Galaxy. Some ended better than others.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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