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Angels a match for Matt Moore?

Tampa Bay has a surplus of starting pitching, which means Moore could be shopped in exchange for a bat. Jim Bowden sees Los Angeles as a logical trade partner. Top trade candidates, best fits (Insider)

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Dodgers a match for Sonny Gray?

Due to the shoulder injury that sent him to the DL, it's unlikely that Gray will get enough starts before the trade deadline to rebuild his value. However, the A's could still look to deal him, and the Dodgers wouldn't be afraid to make a move, Jim Bowden writes. Top trade candidates, best fits (Insider)

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C.J. Wilson eyeing mid-June return

Wilson (shoulder) began his rehab assignment on Wednesday, giving up five hits and a run in four-plus innings for the Inland Empire 66ers. The left-hander said he hopes to return to the majors in the first two weeks of June. “I still feel like I have a long way to go to be the pitcher I want to be," Wilson said. Orange County Register

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Scully turns down All-Star request

Fox Sports told legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully that they would accommodate him if he wanted to broadcast any of this summer's All-Star game in San Diego, but he declined the invitation. Sports Illustrated

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Doug Padilla ESPN Staff Writer 

Top Dodgers prospect Julio Urias will make his major league debut Friday in a start at New York against the Mets. The 19-year old left-hander is 4-1 with a 1.10 ERA in 8 outings (7 starts) at AAA Oklahoma City. Friday's scheduled starter Alex Wood was scratched with triceps soreness.

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ESPN analysts give Rams a 'C+' for offseason

The Rams changed cities and changed their future at QB, but didn't make enough changes to convince an expert panel they had a great offseason.

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Andrew Han ESPN Writer 

Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan have both been named to the NBA's All-Defense first team. It is Paul's fifth consecutive appearance (59 first team votes, 30 second team) on the first team and sixth selection overall. It is Jordan's second straight first team selection (62 first team votes, 25 second team). Kawhi Leonard (Spurs), Draymond Green (Warriors) and Avery Bradley (Celtics) were the other first team selections.

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