Andy McCullough, Los Angeles Times

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Past articles by Andy:

History shows Dodgers will make a splashy deal ahead of baseball trade deadline

The Dodgers are in a privileged position with a huge lead in the NL West, yet they likely must improve their bullpen to end a 31-year World Series drought. → Read More

Dave Roberts looks to keep Dodgers’ momentum going in second half

Dave Roberts raised his arms to applaud the clinic unfolding before him. → Read More

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts would like a White House invitation to decline

Dave Roberts intends to win a World Series and manager of the Dodgers, but he says he would not visit the White House, if invited. → Read More

Angels fall to Astros despite slugging of Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani

The might of Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani could not compensate a bullpen meltdown as the Angels crumbled before the Houston Astros 11-10 on Sunday. → Read More

How the Houston Astros nabbed slugger Yordan Alvarez from the Dodgers

The Dodgers signed Yordan Alvarez as a teenager but traded him before he played a game for the organization. Now they wish they hadn't. → Read More

Angels blast their way to win over Astros and Justin Verlander

Shohei Ohtani homered on his 25th birthday, and the Angels hit four long balls in all in a 5-4 victory over Justin Verlander and the Astros. → Read More

Angels pitcher Matt Harvey rejoins team as his rehabilitation continues

Angels pitcher Matt Harvey indicated he was expected to make another rehab start for triple-A Salt Lake this weekend. → Read More

Angels’ Tyler Skaggs remembered for confidence, competitiveness and wit

Pitcher Tyler Skaggs, 27, was found dead in a hotel room Monday before the Angels were to play the Texas Rangers. Those who knew him recall his zest for life. → Read More

Yankees rally late to sweep Red Sox in two-game London Series

Britain loves tradition, and the New York Yankees wrapped up MLB's first trip to Europe with a traditional pinstriped comeback to beat the Boston Red Sox 12-8. → Read More

Yankees shrug off injuries to set records, dominate AL East

The New York Yankees have a comfortable lead in the AL East by stocking their lineup with home run hitters and the bullpen with strikeout artists. → Read More

Paul Goldschmidt’s struggles mirror those of the Cardinals

Paul Goldschmidt's slump this season occurred when the Cardinals went 9-18 in a stretch from May to June and fell out of the NL Central Division lead. → Read More

Albert Pujols cheered in return, but Angels fall to Cardinals 5-1

Albert Pujols drew big cheers in his long-awaited return to St Louis, but Marcell Ozuna spoiled things with a homer that helped the Cardinals beat the Angels. → Read More

Cardinals fans give Albert Pujols a rousing welcome at Busch Stadium

In his first game at Busch Stadium since leaving the Cardinals for free agency after the 2011 season, Angels slugger Albert Pujols gets a warm greeting. → Read More

Albert Pujols’ return to St. Louis set for adulation, not condemnation

St. Louis Cardinals fans are expected to shower their longtime hero Albert Pujols with adulation when the Angels visit Busch Stadium on Friday. → Read More

Will Dodgers’ bullpen doom title hopes? ‘We’re going to figure it out’

The bullpen remains a weak link for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but would the team consider trading for more help if they can't manage to turn it around? → Read More

Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw wins on grit, not power

In his 12th season, Clayton Kershaw has become more hittable but can still outduel an ace like Jon Lester. → Read More

You know what that Angels’ sweep of the Dodgers meant? Not much

A two-game sweep of the Dodgers by the Angels this week in Anaheim did little to alter the landscape of baseball in Southern California. → Read More

Angels’ Albert Pujols stunned by shooting of David Ortiz in home country

As Albert Pujols prepared to face the Dodgers, David Ortiz was being flown to Boston from the Dominican Republic as he recovered from a gunshot wounds. → Read More

How baby boomer managers reach these dang millennial players

Three core tenets of coaching millennials apply: setting expectations, providing explanations during instruction, and connecting tasks to a larger goal. → Read More

Braves sign starter Dallas Keuchel to a one-year deal

Dallas Keuchel, the final marquee free pitcher, has signed a one-year, $13 million contract to bolster the starting rotation of the Atlanta Braves. → Read More