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The new Dodgers owners, it turns out, jazzed up every corner of Dodger Stadium but one. The concourses are brighter, the restrooms cleaner, the entertainment snappier. There's still one area, however, that feels wholly unfinished, an inherited...
Tags: Matt Kemp, Mike Scioscia, Dodger Stadium, Baseball, Ned Colletti
Javier Baez is considered widely to be the best prospect in the Cubs' farm system. His counterpart for the White Sox is Courtney Hawkins. Baez, a 20-year-old shortstop, and Hawkins, a 19-year-old center fielder, both have tremendous hitting skills. They...
He was once the face of college basketball, Hoosiers personified, a small-town kid who this spring brought a smile, a swagger and a national championship resume to the UCLA program. Yet before he even coached one practice, someone had created a Facebook...
It's one thing to leave your heart in San Francisco, quite another to lose your mind there like Don Mattingly. Has there ever been a more ridiculous comment offered by a Dodgers manager, and take into account Tom Lasorda said a lot of ridiculous stuff...
Last week's ranking in parentheses 1. Rangers (1): Ran their top three pitchers at the Red Sox in an impressive weekend sweep started by Derek Holland and finished by Yu Darvish, with Alexi Ogando in between. Looking very smart for letting Josh Hamilton...
Out at the old ballyard exploring the status of that 1st Amendment staple, the baseball heckler, because it's a cool ambivalence that will do us in, not the screamy passions of the borderline insane. The issue came to mind after hearing that Broadway...
Four more innings. That's all Hanley Ramirez had to get through before the Dominican Republic could return him to the Dodgers in working condition. But Ramirez tore ligaments in his right thumb diving for a ball in Tuesday night's World Baseball Classic...
On a windy, foggy Friday, there was a break in the clouds as the Dodgers were finishing batting practice. It wasn't quite Ferris Bueller weather, but for a while the sun shone brightly and it felt a little warmer at Wrigley Field. That was when Todd...
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Sure, there are qualifiers. There always are. Arizona is a great place to hit. He's on the hottest streak of his life. And if he had been facing him in the regular season, not in late March, the White Sox's Jake Peavy wouldn't...
It was a mound of mystique, on a day of magic. Sandy Koufax threw the first pitch. Clayton Kershaw threw the last pitch. Koufax brought thousands of Dodger Stadium fans to their feet. Kershaw kept them there. In a day filled with symmetry and sizzle,...
From the moment Don Mattingly made his Dodgers managerial debut in the spring of 2011, he has made it his mission to protect his players. He shielded them from the distractions of the end of the Frank McCourt era, allowing the talents of Matt Kemp and...
Tags: Matt Kemp, Baseball, Los Angeles Dodgers, Luis Cruz, Mark Ellis
PHOENIX — We might picture Mark Ellis' 2012 Dodgers season as a smooth road, with giant bumps at each end. The statistics mostly reflect the smooth part. The veteran second baseman, as reliable as your garage door opener, hit .258, with 62...
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