Rangers comeback to beat Dodgers 8-4

July 23, 2023

Photos by Dominic Ceraldi Rangers salvage game 3. Beat Dodgers 8-4. Scoring Summary Inning LAD TEX   1st Muncy homered to right (392 feet), Betts scored, Freeman scored and Taylor scored. 4 0   1st […]

Magic Johnson Delivers, By Doing Things His Way

August 5, 2015

By Mark Miller Even at age 55 and more than two decades removed from his stellar basketball career, Earvin “Magic” Johnson still displays the radiant smile and positive attitude that has been his lifelong trademark. […]

2015 MLB Trade Deadline Winners and Losers

August 1, 2015

  By Matthew Behrndt The non-waiver trade deadline came to end after a fantastic few days leading up to a lackluster final day of free agency. Even though the final day was a disappointment considering […]

Dodger’s Ryu to Undergo Shoulder Surgery

May 21, 2015

By Michael Hanley The Dodgers received bad news on the pitching front, as they will be without one of their starters for even longer. Los Angeles starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu will be undergoing shoulder surgery […]

2015 NL West Preview

April 2, 2015

By Michael Hanley Baseball is nearing its return, time for a rundown of the NL West for 2015. I am listing these previews on how I predict each team will finish in the division. First […]

The Other Boys of Summer: Mike Marshall

August 7, 2014

By Mark Miller The one thing nearly everybody remembers about the 1988 World Series was the pinch-hit home run by Kirk Gibson to end Game 1. Who doesn’t recall him limping around the bases pumping […]

History (Cough) Never Repeats

October 11, 2013

By Will Martin The other day was spent watching playoff baseball while filing reports and uploading podcasts on my computer. The Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers were playing Game 2 of their series. A […]

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