Bill Shaikin

Writer

Bill Shaikin is the national baseball reporter for the Los Angeles Times. He has worked at The Times since 1997 and has covered baseball for Southern California newspapers since 1989. He was the beat writer when the Dodgers filed for bankruptcy in 2011 and the Angels won the World Series in 2002, two events considered beyond improbable before they happened. He graduated from UC Berkeley and hopes to see the Golden Bears in the Rose Bowl during his lifetime, just once.

Recent Articles

  • Angels fans couldn't forget Adenhart

    Shrine sprung up after the young pitcher's death in April and remained throughout the season and beyond. Items will be given to his family.

  • Angels open stadium, and hearts, to Adenhart's father

    As darkness gave way to dawn, the doctors delivered the awful news: There was nothing more they could do to save his son. Jim Adenhart found his sanctuary where his son found joy. The hospital was no place for a grieving father, not in the hour after death, not when there was solace in life, and...

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