For pure drama, the greatest moment in Los Angeles sports this season was created by Alec Martinez, twice, with one goal that put the Kings into the Stanley Cup Final and another that won the Cup in double overtime.
Vin Scully can find his way into our hearts even during the gloomiest winter afternoons, as he proved again Thursday when he unwittingly starred in his own holiday movie.
Some days, he laughs like we've never heard him laugh. Other days, he barks with a startling chill.
Quick, somebody tear down that Matt Kemp billboard on the corner of Sunset and Elysian Park and throw up a new one featuring a stranger with a jackhammer.
This column should not have to be written. The truths here should go without saying. Any Dodgers fan will understand it implicitly.
America's greatest soccer player finally stopped running Sunday. Landon Donovan dug his cleats into the StubHub Center field, thrust his arms into the air and stood motionless while his swirling career ended in a championship.
The most disgraceful team in the NBA is on the verge of a milestone, and one of its brave television broadcasters is breathless.
Now that Clayton Kershaw has won this third Cy Young, the Dodgers have awarded him somebody even more important.