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  • Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly meets with Yasiel Puig

    They were back in those friendly confines Tuesday, back in Dodger Stadium with its fresh, very green grass, back stretching and running and fielding on their home field. Not back on the field was Yasiel Puig, who remained out for the day to receive...
  • Dodgers go back to practice games; Dan Haren struggles in camp start

    Meanwhile, back to spring training … It’s awkward, it’s strange, but that’s how it is for the Dodgers in 2014. After winning their first two games of the season against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia, they now go back...
  • Player poll: Bryce Harper edges Yasiel Puig as most overrated in MLB

    Player poll: Bryce Harper edges Yasiel Puig as most overrated in MLB
    Bryce Harper and Yasiel Puig have been described in many different ways during their young MLB careers: talented, cocky, spectacular, foolhardy, captivating, frustrating. Some of their peers have another word for the two outfielders -- overrated. ESPN...
  • Control of his fastball gives Angels' Garrett Richards more weapons

    TEMPE, Ariz. — With a fastball he can dial up to 97 mph, a big overhand curve and a sharp-breaking slider, Garrett Richards has the kind of electric stuff to average at least one strikeout an inning. But the less the 25-year-old right-hander tries...
  • Zack Greinke looks sharp, Carl Crawford fiancee has baby boy

    Zack Greinke appeared to be rounding into shape Saturday, and that wasn’t even the big news from Camelback Ranch. Carl Crawford, 32, who had remained back in Phoenix on paternity leave when the team went to Australia, became the father of a new...
  • Letters: Lakers and Knicks, Phil and Jeanie, Kobe and Jim

    Letters: Lakers and Knicks, Phil and Jeanie, Kobe and Jim
    How well will Phil Jackson do in New York? Quite well, I'm sure; after all, he has Jim Buss' cellphone number and a number of castoffs to send west. Lynn McGinnis Glendale :: How to become a millionaire? Just ask Jim Buss. He managed to turn a...
  • Shut-out fans caught in middle, pay the price in Dodgers-cable battle

    Shut-out fans caught in middle, pay the price in Dodgers-cable battle
    It’s a beautiful day for a ballgame, just not for viewing it on TV. It’s time to pay the piper, and no one seems too eager to play the game outside the game. The Dodgers open the 2014 season at 1 a.m. PDT on Saturday in Australia against the...
  • Crossing the finish line

     
    The finale of a marathon is like a un-orchestrated chaotic play of human endeavor, unfurling before a chanting, screaming crowd, a play of exhaustion, triumph, tears — sometimes collapse-- but ultimately accomplishment....
  • Baseball is a change-up for Sydney Cricket Ground

    Baseball is a change-up for Sydney Cricket Ground
    Your browser does not support iframes. SYDNEY, Australia — From behind home plate, the architect pointed at the outfield wall in the distance and explained one particular challenge of building a baseball field without desecrating the sacred...
  • Commentary: My walk across the marathon finish line

    Race report: Saturday runners picked me up punctually at 4:15 a.m. We loaded the rented Suburban with seven runners, our hero, JohnO, at the wheel. Arriving at Dodger Stadium, we checked gear and got into corrals. I handed Caroline a tissue packet....
  • Zach Lee, Joc Pederson are two of Frank McCourt's surprising moves

    PHOENIX -- Sometime in the relatively near future, perhaps even this year, Zach Lee could take the mound for the Dodgers in a regular-season game. Or Joc Pederson could step into the batter’s box. If it happens, fans at Dodger Stadium might...
  • Ducks turn up the intensity in 2-1 win over Kings

    There were distinct flickers of playoff-like hate, here and there Saturday night at Staples Center. You had Kings forward Jeff Carter and Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin snapping and taking jabs at each other behind the play in the first period...