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The sixth loss in a row resembled the fifth loss in a row, which resembled the fourth and the others before. During the most miserable week of this young Dodgers season, the team has acted like a record stuck on a discordant note, repeating the same bothersome sound every night.
It did not much matter whom Matt Shoemaker faced in Saturday's third inning at Globe Life Park, or what he threw them. A high fastball to Delino DeShields was fired back up the middle for a single. An inside-corner fastball to Rougned Odor landed on the right-field foul line for a double.
Prized young Angels pitcher Andrew Heaney will receive a platelet-rich plasma injection into his left elbow, setting him back at least six weeks before he can return to pitch in a major league game. Heaney, 24, felt tightness in his left forearm during his start in the Angels' second game of 2016,
Sports calendar, May 1-2
Giants at N. Y. Mets CSNBA (680)
N. Y. Yankees at Boston ESPN
Zurich Classic of New Orleans GolfCh.
Zurich Classic of New Orleans Channel: 5
Texas Shootout GolfCh.
Golden Gate Fields, thoroughbreds
Charlotte at Miami Channel: 7
Portland at Warriors Channel: 7
Indiana at Toronto TNT
St. Louis at Dallas Channel: 11
Nashville at Sharks NBCSN (98.5)
NASCAR Sprint Cup:
Geico 500 Channel: 2
Monterey Grand Prix FS1
Toronto at Portland ESPN
Los Angeles at Sporting KC FS1
Giants at Cincinnati CSNBA (680)
Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh ESPN
Atlanta at Cleveland TNT
Oklahoma City at San Antonio TNT
Tottenham at Chelsea NBCSN
Local horses had won five of the past six editions of the San Francisco Mile at Golden Gate Fields, but that dominance figured to end in Saturday’s edition of the Grade 3, $101,800 race.
 Alert Bay had other ideas, and he overtook defending champion G. G. Ryder in mid-stretch and held off the closing charges of Gabriel Charles and Bal a Bali to win by a neck.
“We live and we train and we race right here, and to have our good horse be able to run for this kind of money in our hometown on the turf — there’s nothing better,” trainer Blaine Wright said.
 he was the only horse in the San Francisco Mile with more than $1 million in earnings.
Saturday’s victory pushed his total to $1,098,815 for owner Peter Redekop and gave the 5-year-old gelding 12 victories in 25 starts.
Because of a bout of colic, Gabriel Charles hadn’t raced since winning the Grade 1 Eddie Read Stakes on July 1 at Del Mar.
Before his colic attack, Gabriel Charles also had been sidelined 17½ months with a tendon injury.
CBSSports.comIn Game 1 of the most pivotal series in franchise history, OKC wasn't readyCBSSports.comSAN ANTONIO -- All year long the Thunder have tried to convince the world, if not themselves, that the West wasn't a two-team race, that they belonged in the championship conversation along with the Warriors and Spurs.