Andy McCullough

Writer

Andy McCullough is the national baseball writer at the Los Angeles Times. He covered the Dodgers from 2016 to 2018. His work has been honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors for beat writing, explanatory reporting, feature writing and game stories. Prior to joining The Times, he covered baseball at the Kansas City Star and the Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J. A graduate of Syracuse University, he grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia. 

Recent Articles

  • Cubs end title drought with thrilling extra-inning win over Indians

    Cubs end title drought with thrilling extra-inning win over Indians

    Life cannot give you everything. It is too fleeting, too cruel, too rooted in reality to allow the fulfillment of fantasy. But baseball, in doses both large and small, can serve as a salve, as a distraction, as a reason to believe in infinite possibility. Baseball can give you everything.  On Wednesday...

  • Cubs capitalize on Indians mistakes to force Game 7

    Cubs capitalize on Indians mistakes to force Game 7

    The flyball between Indians outfielders Tyler Naquin and Lonnie Chisenhall looked harmless. It turned out to be the exact opposite. The duo miscommunicated and allowed the ball to fall for a two-run double in the first inning of a 9-3 loss to the Cubs in Game 6 of the World Series. The gaffe opened...

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