Los Angeles Dodgers

July 21st, 2012

Jarrin’s Heaven: Over 50 Years Of Dodgers’ Games

Most baseball fans know Vin Scully, who’s been with the Dodgers since before the team moved from Brooklyn to L.A.. But one other announcer has been there nearly as long. Reporter Susan Valot caught up with Jaime Jarrin, the Dodgers’ Spanish-language radio announcer, who’s in his 54th year calling Dodger games.

In Depth
June 30th, 2012

Perfect Games: A Trend Or Just Plain Luck?

At the end of June, baseball fans have already witnessed two perfect games and two no-hitters. Is it a trend or a coincidental string of randomness? Bill Littlefield investigates.

Sports History
May 26th, 2012

Short Seasons: Should The Championships Get An Asterisk?

After a lockout-shortened regular season the NBA Finals are just around the corner. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou takes a look at previous shortened seasons in professional sports and how history views the teams that succeeded in them.

March 31st, 2012

Sold! Dodgers Go To Group Led By Magic Johnson

On Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers were sold for more than $2 billion, the highest price ever paid for a sports franchise. The ownership group includes Magic Johnson and former baseball executive Stan Kasten. Steve Dilbeck of the L.A. times joins Bill to discuss the sale and what it means for the Dodgers.

November 5th, 2011

Dodgers For Sale

The embattled owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Frank McCourt, has finally reached an agreement with Major League Baseball to sell the financially struggling team. Steve Dilbeck, anchor of the Dodger’s blog for the Los Angeles Times, speaks with Bill Littlefield about the reaction of the fans and the future of the Dodgers.

July 2nd, 2011

Contador’s Conflict And More With Charlie Pierce

The Tour de France begins on Saturday, and defending champion Alberto Contador is looking to repeat. However, his victory might be taken away from the courts, as he is defending himself against a positive doping test from last year’s tour. Charlie Pierce talks to Bill Littlefield about Contador’s predicament, along with another drug related issue involving golfer Robert Garrigus. In addition, Charlie gives his input on the two sport lockouts, and rails against the MLB’s plans to seize the Dodgers.

July 2nd, 2011

Dem Bankrupt Bums

The Los Angeles Dodgers are in trouble. After owner Frank McCourt filed for Chapter 11 protection earlier this week, the MLB has started to talk about seizing the franchise. Bill Littlefield talks to Bill Shaikin of the L.A. Times about the future of the Dodgers team and how the MLB should approach this predicament.

June 28th, 2011

A Dodgers Bankruptcy Rhyme

Jamie and Frank McCourt have spent the past two years fighting over their most valuable possession, the Los Angeles Dodgers. While divorce court proceedings have revealed the McCourt’s lavish lifestyles, including a hairdresser on a $100,000 a year retainer, the Dodgers are being run by Major League Baseball. This week, the Dodgers filed for bankruptcy as Frank McCourt tries to avoid losing his team altogether. To Bill Littlefield, these events seem worth of rhyme.

April 23rd, 2011

MLB Takeover Leaves Dodgers Feeling Blue

The Los Angeles Dodgers are in a financial mess. Now MLB Commissioner Bud Selig has decided the league will take over day-to-day operations of the team, in order to save it. Bill talks to several baseball analysts about the state of the Dodgers and what’s next for the organization.

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