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  • Cal McLish dies at 84; pitched in first All-Star game played in Los Angeles

    Cal McLish dies at 84; pitched in first All-Star game played in Los Angeles
    Cal McLish, who pitched in the first major league baseball All-Star game played in Los Angeles, has died. He was 84. McLish died Thursday at his home in Edmond, Okla., after a long battle with leukemia, said a spokesman for the Matthews Funeral Home....
  • Gino Cimoli dies at 81; Dodgers' first West Coast batter

    Gino Cimoli dies at 81; Dodgers' first West Coast batter
    Gino Cimoli, a Dodger outfielder in Brooklyn and Los Angeles who was the first major league batter on the West Coast when the Dodgers and Giants moved to California in 1958, has died. He was 81. Cimoli died Saturday at Sutter Roseville Medical Center...
  • PASSINGS: Ed Kirkpatrick

    PASSINGS: Ed Kirkpatrick
    Ed Kirkpatrick Former outfielder for the Angels Former Angels outfielder Ed Kirkpatrick, who played during parts of 16 major league seasons with five clubs from 1962 to 1977, died Monday after a long struggle with throat cancer. He was 66. A native...
  • Danny McDevitt dies at 78; pitched Brooklyn Dodgers' last game at Ebbets Field

    Danny McDevitt dies at 78; pitched Brooklyn Dodgers' last game at Ebbets Field
    Danny McDevitt, who left his imprint on baseball history by pitching the last game for the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field in 1957, died Saturday, two days after his 78th birthday. McDevitt, who lived in Social Circle, Ga., died at Newton Medical Center...
  • Chuck Tanner dies at 82; manager who led Pirates to '79 World Series comeback

    Chuck Tanner dies at 82; manager who led Pirates to '79 World Series comeback
    Chuck Tanner, the veteran manager who led the "We Are Family" Pittsburgh Pirates in 1979 to one of the greatest comebacks in World Series history, died Friday at his home in his hometown of New Castle, Pa., after a long illness. He was 82. Tanner managed...
  • PASSINGS: Ron Springs, Mel Queen, Beverly DiTomaso

    PASSINGS: Ron Springs, Mel Queen, Beverly DiTomaso
    Ron Springs Former Cowboys running back Ron Springs, 54, a former Dallas Cowboys running back who had been in a coma since 2007, died Thursday at Medical City Dallas Hospital, said former Cowboys teammate Everson Walls, who donated a kidney to...
  • Wednesday’s Highlights: 'Psych' on USA

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 8 - 14 in PDF format TV listings for the week of April 8 - 14 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies A COLD......
  • Tuesday’s Highlights: 'Raising Hope' on Fox

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of April 8 - 14 in PDF format TV listings for the week of April 8 - 14 in PDF format are also available here This week's TV Movies NANCY GRACE......
  • World Series 2011: History is on the side of home team Cardinals

     
    World Series 2011: It looks like history is favoring the Cardinals in this year's World Series Game 7 matchup....
  • Dodgers set to name 1st female head athletic trainer in MLB history

     
    The Dodgers are set to make Sue Falsone the first female head athletic trainer in baseball history, according to people familiar with the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity because the move won’t be officially announced until next week......
  • Did Topps turn down a deal on Maury Wills because he was such a bad prospect?

     
    BASEBALL URBAN LEGEND: Maury Wills was such a longshot to make it in the Major Leagues that Topps turned down the opportunity to sign him to a $5 baseball card contract. Maury Wills is a true Los Angeles Dodgers legend.......