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Los Angeles TimesAh, the sounds of spring. The crack of the bat, the smack of the ball hitting the catcher's mitt, the ka-ching of cash registers totaling up sales of books on baseball out this season. Just as ESPN seems to lean toward the American League East for...
All In From Refugee Camp to Poker Champ Jerry Yang with Mark Tabb Medallion: $24.95 Yang's memoir of becoming a world-class poker champion starts with his family, along with thousands of other Hmong, fleeing their Laotian homeland during the Vietnam...
Tuesday TV: from the sublime (Presidential Medal of Freedom winners) to the depressing (‘Jeopardy!’)The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinelwatch a lot of television, and yesterday, I saw some of the best of it ever and some of the worst. The cable news channels yesterday afternoon relayed the White House ceremony honoring the 15 recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom....
Bob Feller, an Iowa farm boy who became one of baseball's most enduring stars as an overpowering pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, died Wednesday. He was 92. Feller, who was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame in 1962, died at a Cleveland-area hospice,...
The Fabulous ForumContinuing our countdown of the greatest L.A. Dodgers of all time, as chosen by our readers. No. 3: Vin Scully (3,299 first-place votes, 70,070 points) When you think of the Dodgers, the first thing that pops into the minds of......
Indy Sports NationAs the Tigers and Rays were playing on Monday Night Baseball an intriguing storyline began to emerge. Going into the bottom of the 6th inning, Max Scherzer and Matt Garza were both throwing no hitters. Simultaneously, many miles away, Alex Rodriguez was...
Staff reporterFausto Carmona's playful smile was back after three agonizing months. Carmona pitched seven innings for his first win since May 14 and the Cleveland Indians beat Felix Hernandez and the Seattle Mariners 6-1 Sunday. Carmona (3-8) gave up Ken Griffey Jr.'...
Staff reporterCarl Crawford's glove and a dominant bullpen helped save the AL's streak. Crawford pulled back a home run with a leaping grab an inning before Curtis Granderson tripled and scored the tiebreaking run in the eighth, giving the American League a 4-3...
Seattle - Some say he was born to be in the baseball Hall of Fame. After all, The Kid as Ken Griffey, Jr. was once called, shares the same birthday and birthplace as Hall of Famer Stan Musial, both born on November 21 in the town of Donora, Pennsylvania....
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Alma Pearson Major donor to university Alma Pearson, 96, a major donor to California Lutheran University projects including the library that bears her name at the Thousand Oaks campus, died Nov. 21 in Santa Barbara, the university announced. Pearson and...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt seemed like the worst kind of trade, one that favored neither team, a deal best left in the small print on the transactions page. A half century ago, the Dodgers sent Gino Cimoli to the St. Louis Cardinals for Wally Moon, an exchange of outfielders,...
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Sun reporterTwenty-four years ago, the Baseball Hall of Fame welcomed an Oriole known simply by his first name - a balding infielder who defined his position and bled orange all his life. Next week, Cooperstown, N.Y., will do this again. And like Brooks Robinson...
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