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If this Major League Baseball (MLB) season does not happen, the L.A. Dodgers might regret trading some of their top prospects away for former Boston Red Sox star outfielder Mookie Betts.
After competing in the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, former LMU cross country and track star Jack Polerecky ('18) shared his thoughts on the experience, how his time at LMU prepared him for professional running and offered some words of encouragement for LMU athletes during this uncertain ti…
As people remain sheltered inside due to current public health concerns, everyone is looking for things to watch and read. For sports fans, this rings especially true, as practically every major sporting event has been canceled or postponed. Today, the Loyolan sports staff offers their picks…