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Angels’ Start Strong Despite Weak Pitching

The past couple of seasons in my pre-season previews I’ve picked the Angels to do far better than the professionals covering MLB were predicting, and for a variety of reasons, from overrating talent to in some cases almost unprecedented strings … Continue reading

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Could Ji-Man Choi Be the Angels’ Answer in Left Field?

As the Angles approach the 2016 season without a viable option to play left field, and having struck out in attempts to acquire a couple of less than bone fide alternatives with first the unsuccessful consummation of a trade for … Continue reading

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“It’s Time For Dodgers’ Baseball” Only a Dream For Most

Unbelievably, another baseball season is on the horizon and still 60% of Los Angeles area Dodgers’ fans are shut out from the teams’ telecasts and the final year of play-by-ply from Vin Scully. The horror that is SportsNet LA, the … Continue reading

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Latest Dodgers’ Rumors Not Just Crazy, But Scary

The last couple of days have seen rampant rumors of deals involving the Dodgers and West Division rivals Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres that defy logic, decay brain cells, and horrify any true fan. If there is any truth … Continue reading

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After Falling to Wounded Wolves, Lakers Face DeRozan-less Raptors

After their stunning upset of the Deee-Wight Howard-less Houston Rockets, the Lakers have fallen back to reality, losing four straight games since, including Friday’s one-point loss to the undermanned, wounded T’ Wolves, who are without their three best players. Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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