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There are a few lakes there, one hears, if no longer the Lakers. Rain in the Twin Cities delayed the start of the home run derby on Monday. San Diego doesn't envy Minnesota its dripping humidity and mosquito swarms, but we could use some wet here.
Steve Garvey's All-Star story in 1974 writes itself as Dodgers great won spot thanks to write-in votes then took MVP honors Garvey is the last player to start an All-Star Game on write-in votes. Garvey even won the game's MVP award by going 2-for-4
Think about any labor negotiation between two parties, and, in the end, the real cost of any added benefit (health care, salary, whatever) is usually passed on to a third party. Could be taxpayers, could be consumers, but some outside entity, the "
On this date in 1984 Steve Garvey was batting sixth in the San Diego Padres lineup behind Tim Flannery and ahead of Terry Kennedy. He went 1-for-5, a single, in a 2-1 win over the Expos in Montreal's Olympic Stadium. Three years later on this same
Dan Tichonchuk / Union-Tribune file photo Share Intro Not so super Not every All-Star is a bright, shiny representative of baseball's best players, especially when your franchise has had its fair share of lackluster seasons under its belt. Here's a
Story Ramos was working her phone some more in between watching the Dodgers' road game at Arizona on Tuesday night from Barney's Beanery in Old Town Pasadena, along with other blue-and-white clad fans...He brings a lot of energy to the game, said
Much hullabaloo has been made over whether or not Dodgers phenom Yasiel Puig should make the next week's All-Star game at the New York Mets Citi Field. With his name on MLB's Final Vote ballot , the fans will determine his fate. Since his June 3
The infielders trotted gingerly onto the diamond, Dodger Stadium suddenly taking on a 1970s vibe. Steve Garvey stood at first base, Davey Lopes at second, Bill Russell at shortstop and Ron Cey at third as if they'd never left. A Dodgers infield that
06/07/2013 10:19:00 PM PDT Updated: 06/07/2013 10:58:00 PM PDT Ron Cey isn't quite sure how many of these Old-Timers' games he has left in him. The head may tell him he can pick it at third base, but the body is another story. "I'm not in my 40s
Returning from Chicago, trailing 0-2 in the 1984 National League Championship Series, the Padres' chin resided on their chests. But their fans' heart trumped the reality of another loss meaning elimination. Their support, in a way, helped those