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  • Johnny Holliday's career was an easy call

    Johnny Holliday's career was an easy call
    "I want to show you something." Johnny Holliday is standing in the front hallway of his home in Kensington. His graying hair is parted, as always, perfectly to the left, not a single strand out of place. He grins, flashing his immaculately white upper...
  • Curt Gowdy was very excited by Ted Williams' homer

     
    Speaking of Vin Scully (see post below) I was honored Wednesday night to attend the second annual induction ceremony for the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame at the New York Hilton. The class: Marvin Bader, Chet Forte, Curt Gowdy, Ted......
  • Feel better, Roberto

     
    Please send your best wishes to Dodgers blogger Roberto Baly of Vin Scully Is My Homeboy, who is headed to the hospital. Hope to see you back online soon, hale and hearty. * * * Officially a 2010 Dodger with......
  • Sandy Koufax live interview at Nokia Theater Feb. 27

     
    T.J. Simers do sometimes live the charmed life, don't he? A year and a half after he interviewed John Wooden and Vin Scully on stage simultaneously, the Times columnist will talk to baseball's Salinger, Sandy Koufax. Tickets, benefiting Joe Torre's......
  • From water czar to Zorro: Your votes for most admirable Angeleno

     
    Drum roll, please. The most admirable Angeleno of all time? Results of this week's Talk Back poll are in, and we've got a tie. Would you believe Dodgers announcer Vin Scully and former Mayor Tom Bradley? For years, one voter......
  • Jose Offerman strikes again – knocking down umpire

     
    One of the stranger videos I've seen has been posted by Vin Scully Is My Homeboy. In it, former Dodger Jose Offerman, managing the Licey Tigers in winter ball, is arguing with an umpire. He then throws a punch –......
  • Steve Lopez: Who are L.A.'s worst people? Help create a rogues gallery

     
    OK, now that readers have celebrated civic pride by selecting the most admirable Angelenos of all time – congratulations, Vin Scully and Tom Bradley – let's move on to something a little different. The villains. When it comes to dishonorable,......
  • Dinosaur Expert Roy Chapman Andrews Dies

     
    March 12, 1960: Roy Chapman Andrews is not an author I think about very often anymore, but he wrote one of the favorite books of my childhood, “All About Dinosaurs.” I suppose he’s one reason I took all those anthro courses in college. More on the...
  • KFI Expects Big Ratings From Scully and the Dodgers

     
    March 22, 1970: The Dodgers destroyed the Angels in radio ratings. "KFI is salivating over the impending big ratings as Dodger baseball is back," wrote Don Page, The Times' radio columnist. "No personality or single program has ever increased listenership...
  • Dodgers pound Pirates, 10-2; Chad Billingsley comes up strong

     
    Order was restored in the baseball universe Thursday, as PNC Park was once again nearly empty and the Pittsburgh Pirates dropped out of first place. Other than the fact that Eric Collins was in the broadcasting booth while Vin Scully......
  • The 10 greatest L.A. Kings of all time -- No. 7: Bob Miller

     
    We continue in our series of listing the top 10 L.A. Kings of all time as chosen by readers of latimes.com/sports. No. 7: Bob Miller (104 first-place votes, 4,920 points) The legendary Kings announcer received the fourth-most first-place votes, but......