Every Angeleno knows how the Astros cheated the Dodgers out of a World Series title. It still hurts to this day, and there is seemingly no way to get justice for our boys. Lebron, of all people, is looking to change that. He is producing a documentary alongside Quibi based on the allegations and investigation, bringing to light exactly how Houston operated. The world will get an inside look at the cheating Astros, bringing them out of the shadows once again. This series should attract attention from all baseball fans, and we personally can’t wait to let our frustrations out again.
The Summer of Troy continues as USC added yet another top recruit to their commits. While Colin Mobley isn’t the flashiest of their recruits, he presents much-needed depth for the defense. The Trojans have their eyes on much bigger fish as signing season approaches, and they are determined to make a splash.
In Kings news, the team is set to part ways with Assistant GM Mile Futa. His contract is expiring and will not be renewed, according to an announcement made by the team. Futa has been with the team for 13 years and was a part of the rebuilding team. He will be a hot name on the open market as other teams look for scouting directors.
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- Lebron James to lead the production of Astro’s scandal docuseries
- Trojans land another 3-star recruit
- Kings move on from assistant GM
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For two months, Justin Turner and his wife @court_with_a_k have been buying meals from family-owned LA restaurants and donating them to a non-profit. So far, they've helped the @LADreamCenter provide 600,000 meals!@redturn2 has a big ❤️.
Just ask 12-year-old Luke Lang. pic.twitter.com/yNdWwbNiPw
— Infield Chatter (@InfieldChatter) May 16, 2020
CLASS OF 2020 I TRULY ❤️ YOU GUYS!! Thank you for letting me be apart of your GRADUATION!! 🙏🏾👑
— LeBron James (@KingJames) May 17, 2020
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