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Dodgers’ TV drama hurts fans the most


We’ve reached that point of the year, folks. In the words of legendary Dodgers’ broadcaster Vin Scully, “It’s time for Dodger Baseball.” The boys in blue are indeed back on the diamond and off to a hot 4-1 start, but the majority of Southern California residents, including Scully, can’t even watch manager Don Mattingly put […]

MLB’s Finest Pitchers Slumping Early


April is when baseball players and teams stumble to find their footing, but it is also an opportunity to get away with early mistakes. So there’s time to remedy all the wrongs that have been committed—of which there are many. The theme of this young season: Down goes Goliath. In recent years, glory in the […]

Dodgers to finally go to auction


Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt finally announced Tuesday he would sell the baseball team, months after Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig took control of the team in May. McCourt had been struggling to afford to pay the team’s costs and was locked in a legal battle with ex-wife Jamie McCourt over who had […]

Dodgers prepare to host USC Night


On Thursday, Sept. 15, the Los Angeles Dodgers will host their semiannual USC Night, featuring a 7:10 p.m. game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. All fans in attendance will receive a cardinal and gold hat with the Dodgers logo, presented by the USC University Hospital. All events at the game will be USC-themed, from the complimentary […]

McCourt not to blame for Dodgers mess


Frank McCourt is in the poor house, and Major League Baseball recently took steps to ensure his financial problems no longer affect the Los Angeles Dodgers’ day-to-day operations. McCourt, who is in the middle of a lengthy and heavily publicized divorce trial with ex-wife Jamie McCourt, had spent so much money on his lavish lifestyle […]