| May 28, 2010
| 4:32 PM
Some days you read the trades and industry blogs and just throw up your hands and go, "Will anyone ever make an original movie ever again?" Here's today's news as we slide into the Memorial Day weekend, where the box-office......
| Jun 5, 2010
| 4:34 AM
Famed basketball coach John Wooden died Friday evening at UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, the hospital announced. The 99 year-old had been hospitalized with dehydration. Wooden's legendary run as UCLA basketball's head coach began in 1948. Under his...
| Apr 13, 2010
| 4:33 PM
Hideki Matsui received a rousing standing ovation in Yankee Stadium onTuesday when the Angels designated hitter, who earned World Series most valuable player honors with the Yankees last fall, was presented with a World Series ring in a ceremony before......
| May 23, 2010
The People Who Watched Her Pass By
Two Dollar Radio: 146 pp., $14.50
Salome Jensen is 3 years old and brilliant. She is also brave and unforgettable. One day, the guy who fixes the hot water heater takes her away from her family to live...
| Jul 13, 2010
| 12:26 PM
George Steinbrenner, who made his name synonymous with the revival of the New York Yankees as a dominant baseball team and leveraged multiple championships into business ventures that forever changed the economics of the sport, has died. He was 80....
| Jul 23, 2010
Ralph Houk, who won the World Series in 1961 and 1962 in his first two seasons as manager of the New York Yankees, died Wednesday in Winter Haven, Fla. He was 90.
Houk went on to lead the Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox in a 20-year managerial career....
| Jul 31, 2010
Starting pitcher for Brooklyn Dodgers
Billy Loes, 80, who pitched on three pennant-winning Brooklyn Dodgers teams in the 1950s, died July 15 at a hospice in Tucson, said his wife, Irene. He had diabetes for several years and had open heart...
| Jan 9, 2011
| 9:57 PM
All-Star pitcher with Angels, Yankees had blazing fastball
Ryne Duren, 81, an All-Star pitcher who joined the Los Angeles Angels during their first season and whose blazing fastball, occasional wildness and thick glasses provided the...
| Nov 30, 2011
| 6:34 PM
Stridently denying allegations of an extramarital affair, Herman Cain returned to New Hampshire on Wednesday night telling supporters he was a victim of character assassination and would make a decision about whether to stay in the race within a few...
| Jan 7, 2012
MIAMI — Don Carter, the bowling great with the unorthodox style who flourished as a genuine sports celebrity during the game's golden age on TV, died Thursday at his Miami home. He was 85.
The Professional Bowlers Assn. announced the death of...
| Jun 5, 2011
An American Life
Ballantine/ESPN Books: 397 pp., $26.00
Here is a theory I have: There are three kinds of baseball players — the Good, the Great and the Gods. In the first category is everybody who made it to the...