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But what most people don't know is that I'm both a Giants and Dodgers fan...I know what you're thinking: how can you root for both the Giants and the Dodgers?...You can't possibly cheer for two teams that have hated each other since they were in New
The menu included steak and fancy fish, but the man most responsible for sustaining the Dodgers' success ordered a tuna sandwich. "I grew up poor," Logan White said. "I'm a pretty frugal person...This makes White the perfect person to run the Dodgers'
Red Sox outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury has hairline fractures in four ribs and it's uncertain when he'll be able to return. Ellsbury has been out since April 11, when he collided with third baseman Adrian Beltre in Kansas City, Mo. Boston's speedy
The moment will come this afternoon when Giants relievers Dan Runzler and Sergio Romo will share a knowing glance. They will be shagging fly balls during batting practice at Dodger Stadium, taking a verbal lashing from the outfield pavilions, and
Mark DeRosa might be in for a surprise when he gets his first taste of the Giants-Dodgers rivalry tonight. "It's definitely a hostile environment going in there," DeRosa said of Dodger Stadium, "but I've played them.
Dodgers manager Joe Torre might have years in the league as a player and manager but says Kershaw is a rare breed. Torre has 17 years of managerial experience in the meat grinder that is New York between the Yankees and Mets, and is closing in on 70
Weathermen are calling for Southern California-like partly sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-70 s for this afternoon's opener, or better conditions than are being forecast for Los Angeles. The unseasonable weather is creating a much warmer
You’ve doubtless heard the expression “taking one for the team.” In baseball lingo, that means standing tall and getting plunked in the ribs with a fastball. You’re in pain, but you struggle down to first base, forcing in the winning run. This makes
As I scan the Giants' schedule this year, one set of dates stands out. The high hopes I feel for this season could land on one key engagement: Sept. 14-16, when the Dodgers come to town. There's nothing like a Dodgers-Giants series to get the blood
Steve Dilbeck and The Times’ Dodgers reporters give you all the news on the boys in blue March 1, 2010 | 7:07 am Here come the new Dodgers, looking a lot like the old Dodgers...For two consecutive seasons the Dodgers have advanced to the National