The trade the Dodgers completed Monday didn't involved Matt Kemp or any of their other high-priced outfielders.
There seems to be a general consensus that the NFL did not come down hard enough on Ray Rice when it suspended the Baltimore Ravens running back two games for allegedly hitting his now-wife Janay Palmer.
Come on, buckaroo, keep that chin up. All disappointed today to find your Boys in Blue look exactly like they did the previous day?
On the other side of the weekend sits UCLA?s football season.
For those of us grown weary of the tortured white male detectives/criminals who occupy so much prime television real estate, "Those Who Kill," which premieres Monday on A&E, offers some small comfort. Not only is the tortured detective lead a woman, she's played by Chloë Sevigny, a performer of inevitable creativity and fearlessness. Here, she's Catherine Jensen, a new but fiercely brilliant homicide detective in the great city of Pittsburgh. Adapted by Glen Morgan ("The River," "The X-Files") "Those Who Kill" is based on a Danish program of the same name, and if the visual palette is less bleak than other Scandinavian programming,...