Dear Pat Haden, there's no rule that says that you can't fire a coach after a win.
Beware, Tre Madden. Lane Kiffin is at it again. After all but destroying
Preseason thoughts on the
1. Dodgers are no match for the Giants.
2. Dodgers are not even the best team in Los Angeles.
3. There are too many outfielders — trade
4. It is essential they acquire a closer.
5. They must obtain a decent third baseman.
7. Punto who?
9. The team overspent for some Cuban kid.
10. Mattingly must go!
Memo to Kevin Baxter: When you rated the Dodgers as the 11th-best team last Sunday, you must have forgotten their 42-8 run, their 1-2 starting pitching punch, their shortstop who probably would be the
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C'mon, Sen. McCain. The Dodgers had some harmless fun by jumping into the Diamondbacks' swimming pool. How does that compare with you playing poker on your iPhone during a crucial Senate hearing regarding Syria?
Sen. John McCain should be the last one to complain about anyone else's lack of judgment, considering his choice of a running mate in the 2008 presidential election.
Scully Way? How about Scully Stadium!
Just a thought
The old days
A big thank you to Bill Plaschke ["Purple & Gold Turns Blue," Sept. 27] for constantly reminding us that L.A. is now a two-bit sports town. It was before Bill's time here, yet there was a time when we also had pro football teams that made it to the
So what we're left with is Kobe versus Kemp? Please.
Not the same
With all due respect, Sam Farmer is way off comparing the
I cringe whenever I hear or read about "the Americans" in reference to Oracle Team USA in the America's Cup. There is only one American among the 11 crew members on the boat: trimmer Rome Kirby. Skipper Jimmy Spithill is Australian. There were two Americans until
The Ellison Cup (sorry, America's Cup) is finally over. This race did not showcase America's talented sailors (there were only a couple of Americans among Oracle's crew) but rather our ability, as the richest nation on Earth, to use our money to eliminate competition. It must have confirmed the belief of many that sailing is an elitist sport.
Jeanie Buss felt "betrayed, stabbed in the back" by brother Jim. She's known him since 1961 and yet she's just learning what Lakers fans have lived with since Jerry became ill, and sadly passed away — that Jim is about as capable at running the storied Lakers organization as I am at configuring a flight plan for a
We all wanted
It's time for everyone to get off of Jim Buss' back. All he did was betray his sister humiliate Phil Jackson by hiring Mike D'Antoni and lose
Gary H. Miller
Are you sure it was Steve Springer, and not Jerry, that helped Jeanie Buss write her book?
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