Monthly Archives: August 2011

College Football’s back with USC and UCLA to kickoff their seasons on Saturday

With baseball in it’s dog days of summer, college pigskin finally returns tomorrow night with 14 games on the slate. And our locals hit the gridiron on Saturday to begin their brand new Pac 12 eras and both with 12:30 … Continue reading

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Torii Hunter finally gives ME ‘some’ credit for his homerun power at Angel Stadium

The Angels open up a huge weekend series tonight in Arlington, Texas as they’ve now won 6 straight since the big walkoff homer by Mark Trumbo in last week’s series finale against the first place Rangers in Anaheim. The Halos … Continue reading

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A humbled Jered Weaver has 85 million new reasons to smile more than ever

WOW!!! You sign a new 5 year, 85 million dollar contract extension and it’s called a ‘hometown discount’? Well that’s the story surrounding Angels ace righthander Jered Weaver who likely could’ve made many more millions of bucks if he had … Continue reading

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What a feel-good finish to the comeback start of Angels call-up Jerome Williams!

After taking a few days off myself, I realized today that a few years away from where I want to be would not be easy to deal with. But that’s what now 29 years young Jerome Williams was feeling when … Continue reading

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The Angels rookie starters got schooled bigtime by the lone first place Rangers

First it was 2nd time big league starter Garrett Richards who only made 19 pitches before leaving with a groin injury before his Angels lost the opener of this big 4 game series 8-4. And now it was another rookie … Continue reading

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A dream has come true for the newest Dodger shortstop

What a first weekend in the major leagues for 25 year old Bellflower native Justin Sellers who was just promoted from Triple-A Albuquerque on Friday when rookie shortstop Dee Gordon went on the disabled list. Sellers spent many innings during … Continue reading

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It was another successful Dodgers ‘bowling for dollars’ night for the kids

A fun time was had by all who attended Thursday night’s 7th annual Dodgers Dream Foundation charity bowling function at Lucky Strike lanes in L.A. Live. And it’s the 4th straight year that Dodger first baseman James Loney hosted the … Continue reading

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