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Will Ferrel is such a boss when it comes to doing awesome things at sporting events. It's in his DNA as a Sports Broadcasting major
Los Angeles Dodgers rookie outfielder Yasiel Puig plays baseball unlike any other Major Leaguer plays baseball. He's cocky, brash, emotional and impulsive. All of those
If you're a baseball fan, yesterday was nirvana: Three playoff games decided by only one run, a near-no-hitter from the Cardinals' 22-year-old Michael Wacha, a come-from-behind thriller
The Los Angeles Dodgers clinched a postseason berth yesterday by defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks. After getting off to a horrible start, Don Mattingly’s team has
Last night’s Los Angeles Dodgers-Arizona Diamonbacks game got a little out of hand. There were five hit batsmen and two bench-clearing brawls. So, yeah, not
Los Angeles Dodgers centerfielder Matt Kemp gave away his hat, jersey and shoes after a game in San Francisco over the weekend.
Apparently Psy is back. The weird dance enthusiast showed up at Dodger Stadium last night to ply his special brand of entertainment. Tommy Lasorda had
It was a rough night for the Los Angeles Dodgers on the diamond, in the parking lot, and in the future.
Los Angeles Dodgers announcer and national treasure Vin Scully further endeared himself to the world yesterday when he wondered aloud about hashtags.
A day in the life of a Navy Seal probably goes something like this: 1. Wake up 2. Be awesome 3. Go to sleep. 4.
KTLA sports anchor Rebecca Hall is familiar with Vin Scully’s impressive resumé. She is less familiar with the words she’s allowed to say on her
When you’re a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers, it’s a good idea to keep your acting chops sharp. To that end, here’s a battery
I'm not trying to take sides on this Padre-on-Padre hate crime -- because the guy laid out in the street might be in horrific condition
The Los Angeles Dodgers turned one of the most unique triple plays in baseball history yesterday, mainly because not a single person knew
The ceremonial first pitch is a tired tradition. Most of the time, some corporate fat cat in a starched shirt waddles out there and throws
You know how we know the summer doldrums have set in? Because today The Internet can't seem to get over this little kid
Maybe you've heard: Ballpark attendence at baseball games isn't exactly off to a banner start. And Wrigley Field
Thirty-five years ago today, on April 25, 1976, the Chicago Cubs took the field to play the Los
Opening weekend for baseball season means it's the opening weekend for basebrawl season. Here we have a Dodgers