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Blue On Track

The Dodgers (74-58) missed sweeping New York this past weekend because Lucas Duda, who played at USC, drove in five runs that included a three-run homer (25th) in the third inning, a run-scoring single in the seventh, and a solo blast in the ninth (26th) as the Mets romped to an 11-3 win on Sunday […]

A New Kind of BMW

A New Kind of BMW

There are certain traits BMW models have had for many years. Sleek designs, dynamic handling, and melodious exhaust notes being just a few. Well, you can scratch some of those off that list with a new model you’re likely to see on the road soon. The 2014 BMW i3 is not sleek, and it doesn’t […]

Kansas City and Seattle are making some noise

The two clubs usually aren’t in the playoff picture this late in the season, but this year’s different. Seattle on Tuesday was tied with Detroit for the final AL wild-card slot, while Kansas City led the AL Central by 2 games over the Tigers. The Mariners took two out of three games from the Tigers […]

Mr. Big

If Giancarlo Stanton decided he wanted to be a professional boxer rather than a baseball player, don’t rule out that in time he would have contended for the heavyweight championship. At 6-foot-6 and 240 pounds, Stanton’s prodigious power is legendary considering many of his shots travel nearly 500 feet. Stanton, who attended Verdugo Hills High […]

Crew Is Bitten

Wily Peralta made easy work of the Dodgers in a 7-2 blitz last Sunday at the Stadium as Milwaukee swept the Blue Crew (70-56) over the weekend. Peralta (15-7) struck out five, walked three, allowed no runs and five hits in six innings, and was supported by Jonathan Lucroy’s five runs batted in that included […]

A New Kind of BMW

There are certain traits BMW models have had for many years. Sleek designs, dynamic handling, and melodious exhaust notes being just a few. Well, you can scratch some of those off that list with a new model you’re likely to see on the road soon. The 2014 BMW i3 is not sleek, and it doesn’t […]

It’s one thing to play an extra-inning game, but it’s quite a different animal to play two games in one

Major League Baseball experienced two 19-inning games within 24 hours over the weekend, giving fans who were willing to stick it out an extra bang for their buck. The Los Angeles Angels beat Boston 5-4 on Saturday night in Anaheim, followed by host Toronto’s 6-5 victory over Detroit on Sunday. The last time that there […]

Go West

SAN DIEGO – Pressure is what you make of it, but there is no doubt that it can weaken or strengthen an individual. For the San Diego Padres’ Ian Kennedy, it taught the 29-year-old right-handed pitcher from Orange County, who is 8-10 with a 3.51 earned-run average, 155 strikeouts and 50 walks, there’s always greener […]

Blue Still Sharp

Clayton Kershaw allowed one earned run in the first inning, but none over the next seven as the Dodgers (67-52) avoided a sweep by Milwaukee this past weekend at Miller Park. The Dodgers’ 5-1 win on Sunday pushed them in front of San Francisco by four and a half games in the National League West, […]

Glorious

When it comes to an individual honor, getting elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York, is the ultimate. This past weekend, pitchers Greg Maddux and Tom Glavine, first baseman/designated hitter Frank Thomas, managers Tony La Russa, Bobby Cox and Joe Torre, along with The New Yorker’s Roger Angell, were […]