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Angel Rodriguez is deputy editor for mobile innovation at the Washington Post. He had been in sports roles previously.
In an interview, former owner (who retains an interest in the parking lots) says "Chavez Ravine has always been a preferred location for the NFL."
On Hoffarth's annual opinionated lists of the top LA sports radio talkers, McDonnell was an easy number one.
McDonnell died today at Good Samaritan after a brief illness. He "worked at almost every sports outlet on the local radio dial," LA Radio's Don Barrett said.
Zachter follows up 'Dough' with a biography of the Dodgers' 'Boy of Summer' -- 'a mensch who is unknown to most people under forty.'
The company told the LA Times that it's no longer pursuing the Farmers Field project.
The son of the late Bud Furillo is transitioning to sports up in Sacramento.
Johnson won the batting title with the Angels in 1970, but baseball did not know how to handle his mental illness.
With the Lakers winding down a lost season, Phil Wallace offers five ways that the team can get back on track.
Of the two big projects officially kicked off on Friday, the construction of a new bridge to carry 6th Street over the Los Angeles River and beyond is the more likely to happen.
The Seahawks' Richard Sherman was raised by a veteran city of Los Angeles sanitation driver.
Ron Rapoport spent a lot of time with Banks in the final years of his life, often in Marina del Rey.
The U.S. Olympic Committee today chose Boston as the nation's candidate for the 2024 Summer Games, opting not to push Los Angeles to get the Olympics for the third time.
The best pitcher the Dodgers developed between Koufax and Kershaw becomes only the second Dominican elected to Cooperstown. Remember the trade?
Los Angeles magazine profiles Kings coach Darryl Sutter, who might be the most entertaining coach of any pro team in Los Angeles now that Phil Jackson is gone.
There are recurring rumbles of more prominent departures from the Los Angeles Times as the year comes to a close. Streeter has written often about sports for the Times.
The Dodgers makeover continues as Andrew Friedman makes more bold transactions that should setup the team well for the future.
They remake the infield and trade away Dee Gordon, but it's the pitcher who got away who wins the day on Twitter.
The Dodgers made two bold trades today that helped them get younger and deeper. While the trades may confuse fans, they can trust Andrew Friedman has the organization on the right path, says Phil Wallace.
Robbie Keane scored the winning goal late in the second period of extra time to give the Los Angeles Galaxy the championship over the New England Revolution.
Even fans in LA can appreciate the emotion about Pablo Sandoval leaving the Giants, and a third-base coach deciding to leave the game.
The Dodgers' shortstop and best hitter for the last couple of years is taking his bat to the Red Sox at $22 million a year for four years.
"I have been an openly gay man for approximately three percent of my life. I have been a professional basketball player for almost half of it."
Vice recalls the abuse that Saxon took covering the Angels and Dodgers for the Daily News when there were few women on the beat. Reggie Jackson gave her such trouble that other Angels stood up for her.
After getting dropped after one column by the LA Times, Heisler will now cover the NBA for the competition. His column in the Times, by the way, paid all of $200.
Heisler, laid off sort of famously in 2011, wrote one NBA piece last week then was dropped. He says he wasn't told why.
The Lakers' top draft pick this year, 19-year-old Julius Randle, broke his right tibia midway through the fourth quarter while driving to the basket in his first NBA game.
Expansion team to be announced Thursday will reportedly be owned by an investor group led by Vietnamese-American businessman Henry Nguyen and include Peter Guber. Team won't play until 2017.
Stow welcomes the fans and kicks off the game with "play ball!" The Giants won 11-4 to even the series.
Photographer Al Satterwhite shot Ali in Miami during his training sessions for both the Jerry Quarry and Joe Frazier fights. Now based in Redondo Beach, Satterwhite is facing a Kickstarter deadline to publish a book of photographs of Ali from that time, many never seen before.
The Dodgers have hired baseball's best GM, says Phil Wallace, who used to work for the Tampa Bay Rays.
Andrew Friedman is a golden boy in the baseball world, but how will he fare with LA's older fashioned baseball scribes?
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