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Photos: Los Angeles Dodgers Celebrate with fans during Fanfest 2020 Los Angeles Dodgers Fanfest featured player autographs, music, food, VIP Experience, Dodger merchandise and player interviews at Dodger Stadium.
Los Angeles Chargers: Tom Brady makes sense but will it happen? His future uncertain for the first time, Tom Brady landing with the Los Angeles Chargers has been speculated upon by many - but will it actually happen?
Houston Astros interview ex-Angels manager Brad Ausmus The Astros are reportedly interviewing former Angels manager Brad Ausmus for the job! Ausmus, 50, managed one year with the Angels in 2019, and the team went 72-90. He was fired by the Angels after an abysmal campaign, and the team went on to hire Joe Maddon.
LA Angels Weekend Links Happy Lunar New Year everybody. Hope you all have a great Year of the Rat. How ironic that baseball will be without Ian Kinsler and Dustin Pedroia this year. Lots of news from Pedrioa's club yesterday. JD Martinez defied MLB's gag order to say the investigation into the Red Sox won't find anything wrong.
Los Angeles chefs unite for Australia brushfire relief efforts The catastrophic fires have burned millions of acres in the southeastern part of the country since they began in late October. "It's been utterly devastating to see the destruction taking place in Australia," says Curtis Stone, owner of Maude in Beverly Hills and Gwen in Hollywood; the chef was raised in Melbourne.
Los Angeles Angels stadium sale could trigger lawsuit against city of Anaheim: Report Angels owner Arte Moreno and his business partners agreed to buy Angel Stadium and 153 acres of city land for $325 million in a deal that would also keep the MLB franchise in Anaheim through 2050. The city council approved the sale agreement, which valued the land at $2.1 million per acre, on Dec.
Inside the Dodgers: What's it like to get exactly one Hall of Fame vote? "It took five years to get my first three years of service in the major leagues," he said, "up and down, going from the back of the order guy to a middle of the order bat." So no, Ibañez wasn't paying attention to the Hall of Fame voting results when they were announced Tuesday afternoon.
What Grammys? Try these 12 places for the best live music in America In a different way, I loved Rosa's Lounge, another blues club that's as intimate as Kingston Mines is sprawling. I felt less connection to Buddy Guy's Legends, a glitzy place downtown that's convenient for tourists but only slightly more atmospheric than the Hilton.
Who’s running my team: Los Angeles Angels Moreno was an outdoor advertising executive when he laid down $184 million to buy the Los Angeles Angels from the Disney Company in 2003. From an ownership standpoint, the brand is one of the game's most stable, having had only three owners across 58 seasons of franchise history.
Los Angeles Earthquake - Celebrities Shake to Twitter Los Angeles Earthquake Causes Celebrities Confusion.
Hoornstra: Hall of Fame voting has become a feedback loop He made one All-Star team. Putz was a closer for 4-1/2 of his 11 full major-league seasons. He retired with 189 career saves, one All-Star Game appearance, and no black ink on his resume. Penny had his best years with the Dodgers, leading the NL in wins in 2006.
The Giants are dancing with the Angels San Francisco is enamored with the Halos in their game of musical dugout chairs.
Angels add two pitchers on minor-league deals Jacob Barnes was a reliable reliever for the Brewers in 2018, and Jake Thompson performed well as a starter this winter in the Dominican.
Company of Angels Will Present the Los Angeles Short Play Festival: It's All ReLAtional! Celebrating 60 years as Los Angeles' oldest non-profit theater company, Company of Angels presents its 12th annual L.A Short Play Festival: It's All ReLAtional!
2020 ZiPS Projections: Los Angeles Angels After having typically appeared in the hallowed pages of Baseball Think Factory, Dan Szymborski's ZiPS projections have now been released at FanGraphs for eight years. The exercise continues this offseason. Below are the projections for the Los Angeles Angels.
Angels Sign Jacob Barnes, Jake Thompson The Angels have inked a pair of former MLB righties to minor-league deals, according to the latest round-up of deals from Baseball America's Chris Hilburn-Trenkle. Jacob Barnes and Jake Thompson will both be in camp trying to impress the Halos.
LA Angels Humpday Links And just like that we're in the middle of the week. Let's do this three day weekend thing more often. The biggest news of Tuesday was the Hall of Fame class of 2020. Good looking class. And predictably Holy Saint Jete was voted in first ballot and fawned over due to playing horrible defense in NY.
Magnitude 3.6 earthquake in Granada Hills shakes up L.A. region Tuesday, causing light shaking throughout the San Fernando Valley and weaker shaking elsewhere in the L.A. area. Besides the Valley, shaking could be felt in Santa Monica, Marina del Rey, Los Feliz, Silver Lake, the Hollywood Hills, downtown L.A., the San Gabriel Valley, Santa Clarita and Ventura County.
Letter demanding vote on Angel Stadium sale be reversed for more public discussion sent to Anaheim 20 vote on the land sale was the first step in a multi-part deal. Sometime this spring officials expect to finish and make public a development agreement that would sketch out what could be built on the stadium property and the dollar value of benefits the city requested, including affordable housing, extra parkland and a fair wage or local...
2020 HOF Announcement Unsurprisingly, the coverage and highlights of the announcement was Jeter focused on MLB Network and MLB.com. He is the 13th first ballot HOFer in the last 7 years, The most over any stretch in the HOF voting history. Here are the results with vote totals.
Redemption, beauty of the family emphasized at Los Angeles march for life Los Angeles - As they waited in the shade next to the Pico House, watching the crowd swell in size in anticipation of the sixth annual OneLife LA Walk for Life outside La Placita in downtown Los Angeles, Monica and John Meier did their best to make their daughter, Veronica, as comfortable as possible.
Los Angeles Angels Tuesday Links Hot Links, Hot Takes, Silly Opinions.
2020 Angels spring training preview: bullpen Hansel Robles emerged as the Angels’ closer last season, and this year the Angels have a chance to have a dominating late-inning trio with Robles, Ty Buttrey and Keynan Middleton.
Whicker: No winners in Spyball scandal, not even the Dodgers No one should claim the high road in the sign-stealing affair, although the Dodgers and their fans will embrace the victim’s role.
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