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The Dodgers had a tough night on Monday as they fell to the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 2 of the NLDS. Despite multiple opportunities to turn the game around, the Dodgers couldn’t capitalize and ended up with a 4-2 loss. Now, they find themselves in a do-or-die situation heading into Game 3 on Wednesday. It’s a must-win scenario for the Dodgers if they want to avoid a second-straight NLDS exit. Can they pull off a miraculous comeback? We’ll have to wait and see!
In other sports news, the Rams had a standout player in Cooper Kupp during their game against the Eagles on Sunday. Kupp, who has been plagued by injuries in the past, showed off his skills and reminded fans why he was voted the Rams’ Super Bowl LVI MVP. It was great to see him back in action and making big plays for the team.
Moving on to the NFL, the Las Vegas Raiders snapped their three-game losing streak with a 17-13 victory over the Green Bay Packers. The Raiders’ defense came up big with multiple interceptions, including one in the end zone to seal the win. It was a hard-fought game for both teams, but the Raiders managed to come out on top.
In Olympic news, Los Angeles organizers have proposed five “new” events for the 2028 Summer Games. Alongside the reinstatement of baseball and softball, LA28 hopes to include cricket, lacrosse, and squash. These additions aim to attract a new generation of fans and bring some excitement to the Olympic stage. The final decision will be made by the International Olympic Committee next month.
And finally, let’s take a trip down memory lane with some sports history. On this day in 1920, Bill Wambsganns of the Cleveland Indians completed an unassisted triple play in the World Series. In 1981, USC’s Marcus Allen rushed for 211 yards in his fifth consecutive 200-plus rushing game. And in 2017, the United States suffered a shocking 2-1 loss to Trinidad and Tobago, resulting in their first World Cup elimination since 1986.
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