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  • After stormy days, skies are blue again for Dodgers and Ned Colletti

    After stormy days, skies are blue again for Dodgers and Ned Colletti
    The chair on which General Manager Ned Colletti sits, night after night, at Dodgers home games, once came with a very high temperature. Now, the hot seat is more like a throne. Colletti has lasted, persevered. He has gone over Niagara Falls in a...
  • Baseball organizations see the numbers, turn blind eye to drug cheats

    Baseball organizations see the numbers, turn blind eye to drug cheats
    The saddest part of another syringe-spitting afternoon in baseball Monday occurred when, for one of the first times this summer, Alex Rodriguez spoke the truth. He had just been hit with a drug suspension bigger than Barry Bonds' neck, a record 211...
  • Who says the NBA is unpredictable?

    Who says the NBA is unpredictable?
    It's the most anticipated NBA season in Los Angeles history, so what are we waiting for? Oct. 30 — The Lakers defeat the Dallas Mavericks by 55 points in the season opener. At least, this is the rumor. Nobody actually sees the game after it is...
  • Yasiel Puig's late-to-opening-day work ethic a non-starter for Dodgers

    Yasiel Puig's late-to-opening-day work ethic a non-starter for Dodgers
    Vin Scully, marching to the middle of the field to throw out the ceremonial first pitch in all his red-roaring glory, was on time. Yasiel Puig was not. Sandy Koufax, sprinting out of the dugout to home plate to catch that pitch amid shrieks of...
  • Can a Dodgers fan root for Frisco? A Giant dilemma

    Can a Dodgers fan root for Frisco? A Giant dilemma
    So I was sitting in the office when I happened to remark that I liked the Giants for the World Series. Like the Greek Furies, three colleagues swooped in and lined up at the cubicle divider. No real Dodgers fan would back San Francisco, they said. And...
  • Want this fan's World Series tickets? Give Manny what for

    Want this fan's World Series tickets? Give Manny what for
    Anybody out there want my World Series tickets? For free? I've got two of them for Game 4, should the Dodgers make it through the playoffs, which begin with today's opener against the St. Louis Cardinals. I'm talking about some pretty good seats too....
  • Angels' Mike Scioscia is keeper of legacy as MLB chips at block rule

    Angels' Mike Scioscia is keeper of legacy as MLB chips at block rule
    TEMPE, Ariz. — The keepers of the gate for the Angels, the catching crew, play for the ultimate keeper of the gate. All it takes to establish Manager Mike Scioscia is just that are Internet replays of his home-plate blocking when he was a...
  • Dan Schnur makes a nonpartisan pitch

    Dan Schnur makes a nonpartisan pitch
    SACRAMENTO — Dan Schnur may represent a new trend and the embodiment of California political reform. Then again, he may be just another wannabe officeholder living in fantasy land. Schnur, 50, a former Republican strategist and spokesman —...
  • Brian Wilson and Kenley Jansen provide Dodgers with a knockout punch

    Brian Wilson and Kenley Jansen provide Dodgers with a knockout punch
    ST. LOUIS — One guy has the most famous beard in sports, the other guy is all scraggle and shadow. One guy has so many colorful tattoos he pitches like a blurred painting, the other guy has never been inked. One guy wears 00 because nobody...
  • Joe Morgan still has a lot to offer baseball

    Joe Morgan still has a lot to offer baseball
    Joe Morgan never retired from baseball. He just stopped playing in games. He is 70, going on 45. What we remember — the left-handed batter swatting hits as easily as we swat flies — remains the essence of who he is and what he will always...
  • 'Well, it figures': Vin Scully eloquently voices Dodgers' ending

    'Well, it figures': Vin Scully eloquently voices Dodgers' ending
    This column is dedicated to the 42,473 who were at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night when the flame finally flickered out. You missed out. Yes, we couch potatoes saw you, squirming and grimacing and putting your hands over your eyes as the drama churned...