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Debatable thoughts: Ass Hats and peanuts, which are worse?

Vice Presidential debates are pretty much like the NFL Pro Bowl; a waste of everyone’s time. I love to follow what is going on, but I have to admit, I have never watched a debate between the two future heartbeat […]

Debatable thoughts: Ass Hats and peanuts, which are worse?

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Vice Presidential debates are pretty much like the NFL Pro Bowl; a waste of everyone’s time. I love to follow what is going on, but I have to admit, I have never watched a debate between the two future heartbeat […]

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Vin Scully era comes to a close at Dodger Stadium today

In an era when the next new thing is promoted weekly, almost daily, Dodger fans have found some warm comfort in knowing that the guy calling the play-by-play on the

Dodgers Magic Number is 5

Tonight the Los Angeles Dodgers will start a four-game series against the Colorado Rockies here at Dodger Stadium. Their “Magic Number” is five, meaning that five wins, or a

Dodgers win two against Padres, get ready for final month of season

As the MLB season gets into the final month of the regular season the Los Angeles Dodgers are three games ahead of their division rivals, the San Francisco Giants.

Crystal Ball: Sports after the Rio Olympics

Don't fret the end of the Olympic games. If you look closely, there is plenty left to enjoy in the world of sports. Lucky for you, my crystal ball

Giants and Dodgers get at it again

Once again the Dodgers are in a tight race for the National League West Division title with the San Francisco Giants. Right now the Dodgers are two games ahead

Álex Rodríguez announces retirement

In a tear-filled press conference in New York, Yankees star Álex Rodríguez announced he will retire as a player, effective this Friday. Even though it is a surprise, it

Albert Pujols hammers a winner

After his two-run walk-off home run Wednesday against the Oakland Athletics, DH Albert Pujols finds himself just one walk-off homer away from tying the major league record of 13,

All-Star Game: Three days of media exposure

Looking back on it, covering the 2016 MLB All-Star Week was pretty cool. In reality my colleague Claudia Gestro and I only covered three days on site, but in

Dodgers select contract for Julio Urías

The Los Angeles just announced they have selected the contract of left-handed pitcher Julio Urías from Triple-A Oklahoma City. The 19-year-old will make his Major League debut as the Dodgers’ starting pitcher tonight at

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