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  • Ned Colletti is enjoying his new, purer baseball role with the Dodgers

    Ned Colletti is enjoying his new, purer baseball role with the Dodgers
    In a world of high-pressure, cutthroat professional sports that tends to eat its own, Ned Colletti has been given a way to avoid even the nibbles. Currently, he is a former general manager. To those who see only the black and white of such things, he is...
  • Patt Morrison Asks: Dodgers dugout doc Sue Falsone

    Patt Morrison Asks: Dodgers dugout doc Sue Falsone
    The Dodgers' pitchers and catchers will show up at Camelback Ranch in Arizona in a few days for spring training. And so will Sue Falsone. She won't be in the stands; she'll be in the dugout and the clubhouse, with the guys. She's the Dodgers' new head...
  • Dodger great Carl Erskine: Pitching equality

     Dodger great Carl Erskine: Pitching equality
    Jackie Robinson changed baseball and the nation that loves it on April 15, 1947, when he became the first black player to walk onto a major league ball field. He changed Carl Erskine's life in March 1948, when Robinson, by then a Brooklyn Dodgers star,...
  • Eloise Klein Healy, L.A.'s first poet laureate

    Eloise Klein Healy, L.A.'s first poet laureate
    It's a match made in heaven — or heav'n, as a poet might write. Eloise Klein Healy and the city of Los Angeles share a birthday, Sept. 4, and now, for a couple of years, they'll officially share a future. Healy has been named the city's first poet...
  • Josh Hamilton needs a positive outcome like Don Newcombe's

    Josh Hamilton needs a positive outcome like Don Newcombe's
    Two years ago he stood on the precipice of the Happiest Place on Earth. It was Christmas time at a Downtown Disney restaurant in Anaheim, and Josh Hamilton was the star of an Angels' welcoming party that felt like a giant hug. There was a red carpet,...
  • After years of bouncing around, David Aardsma hopes to find home with Dodgers

    After years of bouncing around, David Aardsma hopes to find home with Dodgers
    He is baseball’s ultimate leadoff hitter, its definitive No. 1 starter, the first name penciled on history’s all-time lineup card. Now he’d settle for a job. Meet David Aardsma, tops in the baseball encyclopedia but buried on the...
  • Fan of the house: Here, there and everywhere

    Fan of the house: Here, there and everywhere
    Random thoughts while waiting for Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez to get the pay raises they richly deserve: If Matthew McConaughey gets any weirder, he could run the Lakers. The NHL needs a permanent outdoor venue, and California seems the best...
  • Numbers only part of equation for new Dodgers boss Andrew Friedman

    Numbers only part of equation for new Dodgers boss Andrew Friedman
    The first thing you notice about the Dodgers' new sabermetric savior is not a scribbled spreadsheet, but a square jaw. On a sunny morning at Camelback Ranch, that jaw is bulging with sunflower seeds, this forward thinker doing some old-fashioned...
  • Dodgers' Don Mattingly has father issues this spring

    Dodgers' Don Mattingly has father issues this spring
    Facing the most important season of his managerial career, the Dodgers' Don Mattingly began spring training by delivering an emotional pep talk. It was soft, melodic, and directed at a 2-month-old boy smiling at him through the screen of a smartphone....
  • Why I'm glad the Dodgers may be blacked out again this season

    Why I'm glad the Dodgers may be blacked out again this season
    My colleagues Bill Plaschke, Bill Shaikin and Meg James are reporting that for the second year in a row, Los Angeles Dodger games may be blacked out for TV viewers in Southern California, except for subscribers to Time Warner Cable.  Why? Because TWC,...
  • Arrogance and greed are keeping Dodgers fans in a TV blackout

    Arrogance and greed are keeping Dodgers fans in a TV blackout
    The latest news about the Dodgers television deal is tough to break, and difficult to grasp, so we'll put it in words that all Dodgers fans can understand: It's like Clayton Kershaw. In October. In the seventh inning. Against the St. Louis Cardinals....