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  • Good deal: Crowd Seats takes Groupon concept to sports tickets

     
    Cheap seats don???t mean always having to sit in the nose-bleed sections, and it isn???t necessary to pay top dollar for a choice view of the game. That is the operating premise of Crowd Seats (crowdseats.com), a flash deal site......
  • Mailbag: What if baseball were more like college football?

    Mailbag: What if baseball were more like college football?
    Each week during the college football season, national analyst Chris Dufresne will burn a timeout to answer questions and exchange opinions. You can email him at chris.dufresne@latimes.com and reach him on Twitter: @DufresneLATimes. Unbuckling the...
  • Everything keeps coming up Royal blue

    Everything keeps coming up Royal blue
    Reality is a cruel mistress. It is angry and blunt. It is the mortal enemy of illusion. Orioles fans were re-introduced to it Tuesday night, when the Orioles lost Game 3 of the American League Championship Series, 2-1, and essentially served notice that...
  • Icing: It's not just for hockey anymore ... it's an ethical quandary

    Icing: It's not just for hockey anymore ... it's an ethical quandary
    Reader Patrick Gallagher of Long Beach demands more notes columns. Statistics say we'd better respond. In a recent scientifically inconclusive Los Angeles Times readership poll of 200 nuns, 47 ex-felons and 622 out-of-work lawyers, my regular readership...
  • Bullpens guiding Orioles, Royals toward one another

    Bullpens guiding Orioles, Royals toward one another
    It's a little too early to poke fun at the playoff prognosticators, but the events of the past few days have proven the folly of trying to predict what's going to happen during Major League Baseball's four-tiered postseason. Think about it. The...
  • An Angels-Dodgers World Series? Think Batman vs. Superman

    An Angels-Dodgers World Series? Think Batman vs. Superman
    Based on pure conjecture, backed up by that little voice in my head that keeps urging me to invite Tea Leoni to prom, here is what would happen to this rollicking little region were the Dodgers and Angels to meet in the World Series: They would paint...
  • Angels can't stand the heat in pressure cooker of Game 2 against Royals

    Angels can't stand the heat in pressure cooker of Game 2 against Royals
    The late-night cardiac kids were back at it Friday night at Angel Stadium, and we certainly aren't talking about the Angels. The Kansas City Royals did it again. This time, it was a two-run homer by first baseman Eric Hosmer. It came in the 11th...
  • Angels don't meet expectations in Game 1 of division series

    Angels don't meet expectations in Game 1 of division series
    The happiest place on Earth on Thursday night was supposed to be just a mile or so down the street from the Happiest Place on Earth. The best fireworks were going to be at the Big A. That's because the Angels, with the best record in baseball, were at...
  • Dodgers-Angels World Series would be a downright neighborly first

    Dodgers-Angels World Series would be a downright neighborly first
    The imaginary Freeway begins north of Dodger Stadium, in Pasadena, in the grassy knolls and cluttered corners around Pepper Street where Jackie Robinson learned to play a game he would forever change. The Freeway, with a Hall of Fame legacy, travels...
  • Wild-card game gives Angels a running start on preparing for Royals

    Wild-card game gives Angels a running start on preparing for Royals
    Baseball's postseason blew in like a hurricane Tuesday night. No gentle sprinkles growing to a downpour. No breeze slowly turning to a gale. The Kansas City Royals won the American League wild-card game over the Oakland A's, 9-8, and it only took 12...
  • This should be final straw for NFL's robotic Roger Goodell

    This should be final straw for NFL's robotic Roger Goodell
    Going into Friday's news conference in New York, the question was whether Roger Goodell would resign. Coming out of it, the question is whether he will be fired. Not likely. This corporate employee served well his corporate bosses, the 32 NFL owners....