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  • Hollywood Points the Focus to Fans at Comic-Con

    The velvet rope that has divided Hollywood from its fanbase at San Diego's Comic-Con is showing some slack. Studios and TV networks that spend millions to set up shop in the city each July are embracing a strategy that involves more screenings, photo ops...
  • California dreaming about October baseball

    California dreaming about October baseball
    The state of baseball is strong. The state of baseball is California. Never have four of the state's five major league teams qualified for the playoffs in the same year. But this could be the most golden of Octobers in the Golden State. ------------...
  • Cartoon Network, Adult Swim Embrace the Selfie at San Diego Comic-Con

    Cartoon Network and Adult Swim plan to support the selfie obsessed headed to San Diego's Comic-Con later this month with various photo experiences planned for its booths on the convention center's show floor and outside its halls that are designed to...
  • Dodgers fall in 12 innings to Padres after Hanley Ramirez is injured

    Dodgers fall in 12 innings to Padres after Hanley Ramirez is injured
    Hanley Ramirez doesn't want to return to the disabled list. That much was evident Friday night, when a stiff left leg forced Ramirez to make an eighth-inning departure from the Dodgers’ 12-inning, 3-2 loss to the San Diego Padres at Petco Park....
  • Hanley Ramirez added to Dodgers lineup

    Hanley Ramirez added to Dodgers lineup
    Hanley Ramirez was a late addition to the Dodgers' lineup Saturday, a day after he made an early departure because of stiffness in his left leg. Ramirez worked out on the warning track at Petco Park under the supervision of team trainers and Manager...
  • Padres turn back Dodgers in extra innings again, 2-1 in 10th

    Padres turn back Dodgers in extra innings again, 2-1 in 10th
    KEY MOMENT: Jamey Wright gave up a leadoff single in the 10th inning to Will Venable, who stole second base. Venable scored the winning run on a single to center field by Alexi Amarista. ON THE MOUND: Zack Greinke limited the Padres to a run and four...
  • Dodgers' offense shrivels in extra-inning loss, lead shrinks

    Dodgers' offense shrivels in extra-inning loss, lead shrinks
    SAN DIEGO -- The Dodgers have spent the last five weeks in first place in the National League West, yet their lead remains uncomfortably small. In the wake of a 10-inning, 2-1 loss to the San Diego Padres at Petco Park on Saturday night, the Dodgers'...
  • Rating each of the major league ballparks

    Rating each of the major league ballparks
    The San Francisco Giants trail the Dodgers in the National League West standings, but they are second to none in one category: home ballpark. According to Los Angeles Times sportswriters Kevin Baxter, Mike DiGiovanna, Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin,...
  • Stanton, Yelich stay hot, Cosart coasts as Marlins rout Angels

    In Angels' manager Mike Scioscia's estimation, Christian Yelich would have been 8 or 9 years old at the time. A Southern California native, Yelich attended a Scioscia camp in nearby Conejo Valley. "I do remember," Scioscia said, before Monday's game....
  • Remembering Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, the 5.5 guy

    Remembering Padres Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn, the 5.5 guy
    There are two numbers we will remember in association with Tony Gwynn. One is 19, of course, the uniform number he wore with distinction as the right fielder for the San Diego Padres. The other is 5.5, a reference to the hole between third base and...
  • Flags to fly at half-staff in San Diego after death of Tony Gwynn

    Flags to fly at half-staff in San Diego after death of Tony Gwynn
    Mayor Kevin Faulconer ordered flags at city facilities flown at half-mast in honor of baseball legend and civic icon Tony Gwynn, who died Monday at age 54 of cancer. Faulconer also canceled two news conferences scheduled to discuss hot political topics:...