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Jose Lima, whose high-energy brand of pitching he called "Lima time" helped send the Dodgers to the playoffs in his only season in Los Angeles, has died. He was 37. Lima died Sunday, Dan Evans, his agent, told The Times. According to Pasadena Police Lt....
Dodger ThoughtsAndre Ethier's home run Thursday was the Dodgers' 22nd in the playoffs since Mike Davis' crowning blast in Game 5 of the 1988 World Series. Here's a snapshot of all 22, ranked casually in order of importance:22) Mike Piazza 1995......
Dodger ThoughtsWhen you hear a rumor like the ones floated this week that the Dodgers are interested in reclamation projects like Noah Lowry or Kameron Loe, keep in mind that a) they're just rumors, and b) fishing the junkyard or rehab......
Dodger ThoughtsBelow is a list of the months and dates of most of the Dodgers' newsworthy off-season acquisitions this decade. The reasons for the list: 1) To show that the off-season doesn't die with the end of the winter meetings. Some......
Dodger ThoughtsIn the midst of a conversation in the comments of True Blue L.A. Wednesday, I posed the following question: Honestly, if the Dodgers had done nothing to this point except offer Wolf and Hudson arbitration -- if they had gotten......
ON THE DODGERSThe scene is chilling in its deceit, and startling in its chaos. In July 1999, a Dodgers strength and conditioning coach gathered five Dodgers minor leaguers in an Albuquerque apartment and watched them shoot themselves full of steroids. A few months...
Tags: All Stars, Frank McCourt, Baseball, Miami Marlins, Kevin Brown
Latimes.comThe Los Angles Dodgers, who are first in baseball this year in games won, were created on a laptop computer by an imaginative intellectual, Paul DePodesta, their new general manager, who then moved his fantasy team into Dodger Stadium and other National...
Tags: Values, Shawn Green, Paul Bako, Jeff Kent, Gaming
Times staff writer Bill Shaikin last wrote for the magazine about Angels owner Arte Moreno.There is one baseball field in Eric Gagne's hometown. On this brilliant afternoon, in a place where summer is all too short, the diamond is nearly deserted. There is one kid here, playing ball with his dad. He is about to see his favorite baseball card...
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