Eric Nusbaum is the West Coast Editor of VICE Sports.
Dodger Stadium was built on top of communities that once housed more than a thousand families. This is the story of one of them—the Eliases.
Game two of the Dodgers-Astros World Series was everything you could possibly want in a sporting event—thanks, in part, to a series of improbable plays and freak incidents.
Yasiel Puig and Yulieski Gurriel are dominating this postseason, and a fitting symbol for a new baseball order.
A dozen pro football players exercised their right to free speech. And so did the Vice President.
Buss fired her brother from his position running the team's basketball operations—then apologized to fans for not having done it sooner.
The former big league outfielder and mayor of San Cristobal, Dominican Republic was found to have embezzled upwards of $6 million U.S.
On Thursday night, Kenley Jansen tossed an immaculate inning—three strikeouts on nine pitches. But that's not even the interesting part.
Rougned Odor will always be known for famously punching Toronto Blue Jay star Jose Bautista. But his friends and family know there is much more to him than that.
The Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop says he's "pretty vanilla." But his refined and studied hitting approach has him at the forefront of a shortstop revolution.
Going into last year, expectations were low for Jean Segura. Then he found his swing.