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Los Angeles Dodgers

  1. rip
    Vin Scully, Voice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Dead at 94The legendary Dodger died Tuesday night.
  2. the sports section
    Kershaw’s Perfect-Game Hook Isn’t What’s Wrong With BaseballIt’s too bad the Dodgers ace couldn’t finish what he started, but let’s not go overboard.
  3. kitchen injuries
    Baseball Player Injures Himself Cooking CrawfishA boil is no joke, kids.
  4. sports
    Extremely Fun Grandma Flashes Everyone at Dodger StadiumShe also showed off some truly impressive dance moves.
  5. the sports section
    Daniel Murphy, Jacob deGrom Carry the Mets Into the NLCSBring on the Cubs!
  6. the sports section
    Jacob deGrom Can Pitch His Way Into the Mets Playoff Pantheon TonightHe has the chance to outduel two brilliant pitchers in a week and save his team from elimination.
  7. the sports section
    Clayton Kershaw Shuts Down Mets; Dodgers Force Game 5Going back to Cali.
  8. the sports section
    Chase Utley Eligible to Play in Potential Mets Clincher Tonight His appeal reportedly won’t be heard until Monday.
  9. the sports section
    The Mets’ Offense Explodes in Game 3 WinThe Mets can advance to the NLCS Tuesday night.
  10. the sports section
    The Mets Got Hosed in Game 2 of the NLDSNoah Syndergaard was great. The umpires, no so much.
  11. the sports section
    Jacob deGrom Dominates Dodgers in Game 1 Mets VictoryHe struck out 13 in seven shutout innings to open the NLDS.
  12. the sports section
    10 Things to Know About the Mets-Dodgers Playoff SeriesThe action begins tonight in Los Angeles.
  13. the sports section
    Clayton Kershaw Pitches One-Hitter, Shows the Mets What They’re in for in NLDSIt’s officially Mets versus Dodgers in the first round.
  14. the sports section
    Is Don Mattingly Managing Himself Out of a Job in New York Someday?His Dodgers are in last place.
  15. blinkin fertilizer
    Vin Scully Is Just the Best“Blinkin’ fertilizer.”
  16. mets
    Mets Return Home to Save Their SeasonThe Mets have a home stand to start pulling it together.
  17. los angeles dodgers
    Joe Torre Quits Job With MLB to Pursue Dodgers OwnershipHe’s joining a group led by real-estate developer Rick Caruso.
  18. hit streaks
    Andre Ethier Brings His Hit Streak to New York This WeekendHe’s at 29 straight.
  19. interview
    A Conversation With Don Mattingly Biographer Mike ShalinThe ‘Donnie Baseball’ author spoke with The Sports Section about Mattingly’s bad back, his Hall of Fame credentials, and more.
  20. Mediavore
    Bobby Flay Running N.Y. Marathon; Kim Jong Il’s Former Chef SpeaksJared from Subway will also run, at a considerably slower clip.
  21. Openings
    Moore’s Delicatessen Handcrafts A Modern Deli in BurbankThe former Dodger Stadium chef and his wife, owner of Little Flower Candy Co., is hand-grinding the beef and importing hot dogs from new Jersey’s Thumann’s.
  22. Radio Craves
    Andre Ethier On Deck At Good FoodThe Dodgers outfielder will discuss his favorite places to eat and hopefully has a secret stash of Cool-A-Coo’s.
  23. Marketing Gimmicks
    Farmer John Officially Crams The Bacon-Wrapped Dog Down Our ThroatsA vote is being held to make the Sonoran hot dog L.A.’s official hot dog.
  24. yankees
    Joe Torre Probably Wishes That Mariano Rivera Were Still His CloserThe Yankees rally off Jonathan Broxton and win 8–6 in ten innings.
  25. The Dodger Diet
    Dodger Dogs, Pretzels, and Camacho’s Strike Out With Hungry GirlA health book author pans the food at Dodger Stadium, with some unusual exceptions.
  26. Foodievents
    Food Trucks Making Monthly Date at Dodger StadiumFourteen trucks are signed on to the L.A. Flea Market at Elysian Park.
  27. Sweet Things
    Where to Eat a Dodger Cupcake for a Good CauseSprinkles thinks blue for ThinkCure!
  28. Mediavore
    Robuchon Wants to Put Molecular Gastronomy In Its Place; Pedro Guerrero ImprovesA famous French chef makes his priorities clear, while a famous former Dodger swears he’s off the “junk.”
  29. first place!
    Meet Your First-Place New York MetsThe Mets sweep a doubleheader to take over first place.
  30. Neighborhood Watch
    L.A.P.D. Targets Tailgaters in Elysian Park; Clockwork Orange Cocktails DebutPolice make clear that beer belongs in Dodger Stadium and Drago Centro unleashes a new cocktail list.
  31. Mediavore
    Suspect Named In Hot Spot Cafe Massacre; Restaurant Recovery Is UnderwayLAPD are searching for a 28-year-old gun dealer and the outlook improves for restaurants’ bottom lines.
  32. Mediavore
    Kirstie Alley Shills for New Weight-Loss Program; Bad Tipper Banned fromThe Cheers actress has a new diet system and a regular gets booted from a Japanese restaurant for skimping on gratuities.
  33. Foodievents
    Where to Eat Chicken and Waffles with Fernando ValenzuelaRoscoe’s will be among a few food-oriented stops for the team caravan.
  34. User’s Guide
    How to Eat Philly’s Lunch Before The Game TodayOur guide to a Philadelphia lunch before the Dodger game.
  35. nlcs
    NLCS Preview: Phillies! Dodgers! Dance-Off!The Phillies and the Dodgers, doing battle for Senior Circuit superiority.
  36. Mediavore
    Muranaka Farms Recalls Parsley; Pomona College Cafeteria Goes Tray-lessA salmonella scare has a Moorpark farm calling for its parsley back, while Pomona College joins a trend to go tray-less while eating.
  37. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Ilan Hall Wants to See L.A.’s Top Chef Competitor Taken DownIlan Hall wouldn’t mind watching Michael Voltaggio lose Top Chef to his older brother, Bryan.
  38. Foodievents
    Dodger Dog Eating ContestHow many Dodger Dogs can you eat for a prize?
  39. the sports section
    Joe Torre Has a BlogAnd honestly, this thing is kind of adorable.
  40. the sports section
    Manny Ramirez About to Drive Joe Torre CrazyThe Red Sox traded Manny Ramirez to the Los Angeles Dodgers this afternoon, and while this means plenty to the balance of power in the AL East, it means plenty more to our old pal Joe Torre.
  41. in other news
    Keith Olbermann: I’m Not Crazy, But Murdoch Fired Me AnywayAfter the News Corp. baron called Olberman a nut job yesterday, Olbermann reveals his long-held suspicions as to why he was fired from the company in 2001.