According to a report by the Kansas City Star, Kansas City Royals players are holding each other to using the numbers “1738” in each of their post-game interviews.
The exact circumstances surrounding the mechanical issue were not immediately available, but the flight had departed San Diego, where the Dodgers finished up a series against the Padres, and was en route to Dallas.
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Charter Communications will officially expand the Los Angeles Dodgers’ TV channel, SportsNet LA, on Tuesday to 300,000 of its customers following its purchase of Time Warner Cable.
What do you get when you combine a churro, donut, and frozen yogurt…instant diabetes? Perhaps, but it’s also known as the Churro Dog!
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Dodgers are trading outfielder Matt Kemp to the San Diego Padres in a deal that was expected to be finalized Thursday, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The paper said the 30-year-old would […]
It’s been said that some people fear public speaking more than death and after watching the World Series’ MVP Trophy presentation Wednesday night, we can understand why!
Paul Rudd was born in New Jersey, but spent a sizable chunk of his life living in Overland Park, Kansas. That means he’s a huge Royals baseball fan.
The Dodger clubhouse is going to smell of champagne for quite some time. The Dodgers clinched the National League West on Wednesday night, behind an eight inning, one run effort by Clayton Kershaw to defeat the San Francisco Giants 9-1.
By Sarah Carroll Former NFL Deion Sanders is one of the toughest athletes in the world, but even he suffers from one of the most common phobias: snakes. Sanders was forced to face his fear during […]
The Dodgers-Giants rivalry has to be one of the fiercest in the MLB, but instead of cracking under the pressure of thousands of hecklers, Clayton Kershaw says he respects the effort San Francisco fans put into […]