Los Angeles Times

Mike DiGiovanna

Writer

Mike DiGiovanna is the Los Angeles Angels beat writer for the Los Angeles Times. He won an Associated Press Sports Editors award for game-story writing in 2001 and Orange County Press Club Awards for feature and game-story writing in 1996 and 1997. A native of East Lyme, Conn., and a graduate of Cal State Fullerton, he began writing for The Times in 1981 and has been covering Major League Baseball since 1995.

Recent Articles

  • How the Rams endured a 70-minute lightning delay at a crucial point in the game

    How the Rams endured a 70-minute lightning delay at a crucial point in the game

    The storm clouds gathered above Raymond James Stadium late in the fourth quarter Sunday, and fans, players and officials were ordered by the stadium public address announcer to run for cover, a two-minute “warning” if there ever was one. As thunder and lightning filled the skies, players and coaches...

  • Brian Quick scores Rams' first touchdown of the season

    Brian Quick scores Rams' first touchdown of the season

    Brian Quick had a rough start to the season. The Rams receiver struggled with drops during training camp and the exhibition season, Coach Jeff Fisher twice calling out the fifth-year pro to hold on to the ball. Quick made a huge play Sunday, catching a 44-yard touchdown pass from Case Keenum early...

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