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Comedian Swardson on sports & new movie

Andy and Brian welcome comedian Nick Swardson (Reno 911, Grandma's Boy, That's My Boy) talking sports, comedy, and his new Netflix movie, "The Do Over."

Today in the archives: Reggie Bush at USC (1:13)

Bob Holtzman ESPN 

Rams owner Stan Kroenke is all smiles after LA wins bid to host Super Bowl 55 in February 2021.

Today in the archives: Reggie Bush at USC (10:43)

Urias No. 3 on prospect list

Julio Urias is working under a pretty tight pitch count -- his max in any one outing has been 82 pitches -- while also showing great control. He has walked one batter or zero in six of his eight starts so far this season. The Dodgers could reap the benefits of his skills right away as a long reliever if they called him up. Law: Top 25 MLB prospects (Insider)

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Kershaw, Cueto are kings of shutouts

Clayton Kershaw registered his third shutout of the season on Monday, while Johnny Cueto kept pace with his second. The two aces -- along with the Cubs' Jake Arrieta -- lead the majors in shutouts over the last two years.

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Scary how good Kershaw has been

Clayton Kershaw got off to a slow start last year and still finished third in the NL Cy Young voting. This year, the left-hander has been on-point from the get-go and could put together a special season -- even by his standards.

Lasorda to rep Dodgers at draft

Dodger legend and Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda will represent the team at this year's MLB draft. Lasorda has been a member of the Dodgers organization for decades and led the team to two World Series championships in his time as manager.

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Long time, no see for Super Bowl in L.A.

The Los Angeles area hosted seven of the first 27 Super Bowls, including Super Bowl I at the L.A. Coliseum. But the big game hasn't been back since 1992. That should change in the next few years, pending Tuesday's vote at the owners' meetings. Wagoner on Rams' chances

Schefter on potential Super Bowl destinations (1:17)

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

When Clayton Kershaw starts, the Dodgers play like a 146-win team (9-1, .900 win pct). With anyone else pitching, they play like a 99-loss team (14-22, .389 win pct). So to recap: With him out there they're the greatest team in history. With anyone else they'd pick first in the draft.

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May continues to be Kershaw's month

With his shutout of the Reds on Monday, Clayton Kershaw now has three this month to go along with a 5-0 record and 55 strikeouts. Only one other pitcher in the last 100 years has posted similar numbers in a month: the Orioles' Pat Dobson in July 1971 (ESPN Stats & Info).

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Cueto, Kershaw combine for rare feat

The Giants' Johnny Cueto and Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw each pitched their teams to 1-0 shutout wins on Monday. Not since 2001 has that happened on the same day, per Elias Sports Bureau.

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Dodgers, Padres get what they needed

After Sunday's 17-inning affair, the Dodgers and Padres could only hope that Monday's starters would pitch efficiently. Both teams got just that, as Clayton Kershaw fired a two-hit shutout, and Drew Pomeranz threw seven scoreless innings.