I'm really here to try and explain the bugaboo I've always had with the Dodger Stadium experience: why huge numbers of fans routinely show up in the 3rd and 4th innings and leave after the 6th and 7th.
Coming into this series, the Dodgers recalled being swept behind the last time they were here. This time things were vastly different, one month later the Giants had no answer for a team that returned fully loaded.
We have all sorts of weird things going on right now, from the Mirkarimi circus to development projects going sideways. However, I will speak of none of these things. The reason is obvious: The Dodgers are in town.
The Dodgers got their key players back to begin the second half. This part of the season determines the champs. Both Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier were activated today to assist in maintaing their first place position in the National League.
When the finely honed bodies of elite athletes break down, these players' compulsion to get back in the game sometimes can lead them to embrace medical procedures that eventually may benefit the duffers among us and more.
I'm about to propose something bold, something drastic, something to turn Washington DC upside down. I think Hello Kitty needs to be on one of the presidential tickets in November.
Here the the All-Star centerfielder reflects on his poor performance in 2010 and the criticism he received for his play. He also discusses his $160 million contract extension and being denied the 2011 MVP award.
Ryan Vogelsong took a page out of Barry Zito's book in shutting out the Dodgers 2-0 last night to prep Tim Lincecum for the sweep today.
If you want to watch the Dodgers race for the pennant, there are tons of places around the country to catch all the contested action without having to...
In many stadiums, luxury suite fare is more varied than ever, from sushi bars to Mediterranean food for the true gourmet.
The new Dodgers owners are still in the honeymoon stage of their relationship with the public. But the honeymoon won't last if the new owners hatch development plans without community participation in decisions of vital interest to all of us.
It's Baseball season again. The cable guy on the phone says I can see every professional game in the United States. He calls it a "buffet of pro-hardball," and I begin to see what he means, flipping my new remote higher and higher.
How about a free item every time your home team wins a game? Or a 10 percent discount whenever there's a shutout? If you're bored, change the target every month. If your team starts losing, make it all about losing more.
Today is the 25th Anniversary of Al Campanis' disturbing comments about African-American baseball players. Some have suggested his remarks have helped baseball and diversity. Has it? I beg to differ.
The higher the cost to own pro sports franchises, the tighter the squeeze on sports fans. Prices rise for tickets and ballpark beer. Even 99 percenters who couldn't care less about sports end up paying more.