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  • 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...
  • Bringing back catcher A.J. Ellis is received wisdom on Dodgers' part

    Bringing back catcher A.J. Ellis is received wisdom on Dodgers' part
    Now that Clayton Kershaw has won this third Cy Young, the Dodgers have awarded him somebody even more important. He has just been given an A.J. Ellis. In a smart old-school baseball move by the Dodgers' new analytical bosses, Ellis was tendered a one-...
  • Trade Matt Kemp? That'd be a bum deal, and a dumb deal, for Dodgers

    Trade Matt Kemp? That'd be a bum deal, and a dumb deal, for Dodgers
    This column should not have to be written. The truths here should go without saying. Any Dodgers fan will understand it implicitly. But these out-of-towners are running the baseball operations in Chavez Ravine these days, they don't yet know the pulse...
  • Just off the top of his head, there are a lot of sports nuggets

    Just off the top of his head, there are a lot of sports nuggets
    Random thoughts while waiting to go hiking with Reese Witherspoon: • Peyton Manning deserves better commercials. • No game in the roasty Rose Bowl should ever start before 5 p.m. • Hope the Dodgers are also trying to trade their awful...
  • Back story of Yasiel Puig's journey to America should concern Dodgers

    Back story of Yasiel Puig's journey to America should concern Dodgers
    Seemingly from the moment Cuban refugee Yasiel Puig showed up at Dodger Stadium out of nowhere, arriving last June unwilling to discuss his unknown background, the talk behind the batting cages has been rife with unprintable rumors. There were rumors...
  • After unwisely trading Matt Kemp, heat is on Dodgers' Andrew Friedman

    After unwisely trading Matt Kemp, heat is on Dodgers' Andrew Friedman
    Quick, somebody tear down that Matt Kemp billboard on the corner of Sunset and Elysian Park and throw up a new one featuring a stranger with a jackhammer. Live. Breathe. Friedman. The Dodgers are no longer a reflection of two playoff appearances in...
  • Dodgers' Vin Scully loses one golden ring in holiday loop around Costco

    Dodgers' Vin Scully loses one golden ring in holiday loop around Costco
    Vin Scully can find his way into our hearts even during the gloomiest winter afternoons, as he proved again Thursday when he unwittingly starred in his own holiday movie. The Ribs That Saved Christmas. "I feel like such a dummy," Scully said with a...
  • Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout are L.A.'s dueling MVPs of summer

    Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout are L.A.'s dueling MVPs of summer
    For six months they shared the wide eyes and wild cheers of witnesses from a grateful region that fell in love with its baseball supermen. Standing atop the mound at Dodger Stadium, Clayton Kershaw would throw faster than a speeding bullet. Racing...
  • Including Dodgers TV situation, he'll be reveling in causes in 2015

    Including Dodgers TV situation, he'll be reveling in causes in 2015
    As we all know, what you get out of life depends on what you put into it. So my first impulse each day — amid so many impulses — is to wonder, "How can I make this world even better?" As evidence, I point to last season's seminal work on the...
  • Dodgers' hiring of executive Andrew Friedman signals a cultural shift

    Dodgers' hiring of executive Andrew Friedman signals a cultural shift
    A week after the abrupt end to one of their most disappointing postseasons, the Dodgers made a move that could change a culture. Andrew Friedman, a 37-year-old former investment banker who built the Tampa Bay Rays into perennial contenders with low...
  • Where Giants are concerned, Dodgers fans have a spite to the finish

    Let it end, this autumn of our discontent, made inglorious by the Giants' postseason run. No más, no más. Enough already. The Giants are back in their Halloween orange and black to haunt us again, a too-frequent seasonal curse. Makes you want to smash a...