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The Fabulous ForumAngels youngster Peter Bourjos spent early batting practice Tuesday getting a crash course in playing center field in Fenway Park, a daunting task for those who have not grappled with the quirky dimensions of the 98-year-old home of the Boston......
The Fabulous ForumThe Angels' offense continued to sputter in a 6-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox in Fenway Park on Tuesday night, a sluggish start to a challenging nine-game stretch against Boston, Minnesota and Tampa Bay. The Angels, who are winless......
The Fabulous ForumPitcher Joe Saunders walked into the Angels' clubhouse Wednesday afternoon, stopped in his tracks and stared at the flat-screen television in the middle of the room, where, on ESPN, John Lackey was pitching for the Boston Red Sox against the......
Christopher Smith has seen more than 900 games at Angel Stadium and is planning to see 900 more. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.Summer has finally arrived, and I don't know what your plans are, but mine are in full swing. In June, I went to Seattle for a first look at that city's snazzy ballpark. In a month, I'll be in New York to see one last game at Yankee Stadium. Fifteen...
Tags: Building Material, Travel, Nolan Ryan, Wrigley Field, Baseball
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJanuary 6, 2008 NEW YORK -- For a guy who's a regular at Elaine's and has a standing reservation at Rao's and his own gallery in Vegas and a new book out selling for $400, and now a short doc on Oscar's short list, Neil Leifer still acts like he has...
A 13-year-old girl touring Fenway Park on a school trip was attacked by a resident red-tailed hawk that drew blood from her scalp Thursday. She wasn't seriously hurt, but some observers saw an omen for a certain New York Yankees slugger in the attack...
Tags: Travel, Scalp, Trips and Vacations, New York Yankees, Nature
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersMANNY RAMIREZ is a 36-year-old Dominican-born slugger with two World Series championship rings, a head full of dreadlocks and a legacy of laissez-faire antics that make him a one-man soap opera on and off the field. From the length of his hair to the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAfter 3 million of them streamed through the turnstiles for five consecutive years, Angels fans have proved to be some of the most devoted in Major League baseball. But their loyalty will be severely tested when the Boston Red Sox and their legions of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOn his first day in charge of Tribune Co., Sam Zell set an ambitious goal: Sell the Chicago Cubs by opening day. The Cubs, one of baseball's most storied yet least successful clubs, are expected to command a record sale price for a major league team. If...
Times Staff WriterThe fatal shooting by Boston police of a 21-year-old college student has added a somber note to preparations for Saturday's opening game of the World Series at Fenway Park. Victoria Snelgrove, a junior at Emerson College who dreamed of becoming a...
Times Staff WriterEAST COAST Brushes with art, nature OBSERVE nature and nature morte — also known as still life — on a six-day art-and-garden tour of Philadelphia, the Brandywine Valley and Manhattan with the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. The tour, led...
Dave Henderson plays jai alai with the baseball, and the camera catches it all. We see the ball slingshot out of Henderson's glove and over the center-field fence. We see Bobby Grich exult over the sudden change of events and begin his home-run trot....
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