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Making The Case
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 25 June 2009
                      A BIG HIT: Angels outfielder Torii Hunter has an All-Star caliber season with his offense as well as his leadership ... read more >>
Don't Panic! Dodgers' Bases Are Still Safe
Written by Tamara Latta (Sentinel Sports Writer) 11 June 2009
Tuning into the Dodger games lately, it's noticeable that the scoring has decreased dramatically. They've only scored two or fewer runs in six of their last nine games.But if your getting worried, just ... read more >>
Dodgers Return Home To Face World Series Champion Phillies
Written by Sentinel News Service 04 June 2009
LOS ANGELES - The Dodgers will take on 2008 World Series Champion Philadelphia Phillies (June 4-7) in a rematch of last year's National League Championship Series. Special guests throughout the week will ... read more >>
Hudson, Pierre and Hunter give back to Compton
Written by Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 02 June 2009
The Urban Youth Academy is first stop of "Around the Mound" tour In the middle of the Freeway Series last weekend, Orlando Hudson, Juan Pierre and Torii Hunter came together for a different battle - ... read more >>
PIERRE Slides Back into Starring Role
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) 14 May 2009
SECOND CHANCE: Juan Pierre started the year on the bench but was thrust back into the starting lineup after Manny Ramirez was suspended for a positive dug test.  In his first five games back in the ... read more >>
Dodgers Notebook: Paul Makes It A Six-Pack
Written by Evan Barnes (Sports Editor) & Tamara Latta (Sports Writer) 14 May 2009
Xavier Paul               Photo Credit: Jon SooHoo/L.A. DodgersThe Dodgers' 8-0 win on May 9 wasn't just notable for being the first win post-Manny Ramirez's suspension. ... read more >>
Ramirez suspended 50 games for drug violation
Written by RONALD BLUM, Associated Press 07 May 2009
Manny Ramirez was suspended for 50 games by Major League Baseball on Thursday, becoming the latest high-profile player ensnared in the sport’s drug scandals.The commissioner’s office didn’t ... read more >>
After 30 Years, Batter Up
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 30 April 2009
PUT US IN COACH: Players form the Compton Little League stand on the newly refurbished diamond at Serbie Park, a place that hasnt seen organzied baseball in 30 years.  Compton kids get to play ball ... read more >>
The Angel Eyes
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 09 April 2009
UNDER HIS WATCH: Angels General Manager Tony Reagins, along with team owner Arte Moreno, has not only crafted a successful team through their farm system and free agent signings, but a diverse organization ... read more >>
Marines take their arbitration skills to baseball diamond
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 March 2009
Marines are accustomed to serving as arbiters of disputes throughout the world, but Monday they put on a different uniform, as Major League Baseball Umpire Camps and the San Diego Padres teamed to ... read more >>
Urban youth academy hosts' second urban invitational baseball tournament
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 February 2009
San Diego State, Univ. of San Diego to meet Southern, Bethune-Cookman on Feb. 20-22 Major League Baseball announced that the Major League Baseball Urban Youth Academy will host the second annual ... read more >>
Dodgers Agree To Terms With Pitcher Guillermo Mota
Written by Sentinel News Service 22 January 2009
Reliever returns to Los Angeles, where he enjoyed his best season in 2003 The National League West Division Champion Los Angeles Dodgers announced today that they have agreed to terms with right-handed ... read more >>
Henderson, Rice get MLB Hall passes
Written by Associated Press 15 January 2009
Rickey Henderson sped his way into the baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot Monday, and Jim Rice made it in on his 15th and final try. Henderson, baseball's career leader in runs scored and ... read more >>
Feds Drop Four Counts Against Bonds
Written by Sentinel News Service 11 December 2008
Slugger faces 10 counts when trial begins March 2 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Federal prosecutors dropped four counts of lying to a grand jury against Barry Bonds, leaving him to face trial next year on ... read more >>
Armed Beyond the Blues
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 16 October 2008
Despite Game 4 blunder, Wade is still valuable relief The promise of World Series glory for the Dodgers has likely faded into another October nightmare after Games 4 and 5 of the NLCS this week. You can ... read more >>
Blueprint in Black
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 09 October 2008
SOUL POWER: Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins, second from left, and first baseman Ryan Howard, second from right, may have won the last two NL MVP awards, but (from left to right), Matt Kemp, James Loney ... read more >>
A Diamond in the Rough
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 31 July 2008
Why Kemp is a keeper I just returned from Las Vegas on Sunday and I could not help but notice the many boys and girls with their parents participating in an array of basketball tournaments taking ... read more >>
Bonds’ Agent Doubts Slugger Will Play this Year
Written by Associated Press 17 July 2008
NEW YORK (AP) -  Controversial slugger Barry Bonds has not received a single offer to return to Major League Baseball, his agent Jeff Borris said on Monday. “I’m an optimistic guy ... read more >>
CORRECTION: Hart Leaves Unique Mark at Crenshaw
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 27 June 2008
When Crenshaw senior Cameron Hart was eight or nine years old, his mother Carole was driving him to football practice and asked him if he had finished his homework. Cameron said no, and his mother pulled ... read more >>
Loney Supports R.B.I. With Video Game “Lounge”
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 June 2008
The Los Angeles Dodgers will continue their support of several community programs created by Dodger players and coaches, with Dodger first baseman James Loney’s new initiative, “Loney’s ... read more >>
Randolph Fired as Mets Manager
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 June 2008
After weeks of speculation that his job was in jeopardy, Willie Randolph finally got fired by the New York Mets while most fans were sleeping. Randolph became the first manager in the majors to be fired ... read more >>
Hart Leaves Unique Mark at Crenshaw
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 19 June 2008
UPDATE: It was initially reported that Cameron Hart graduated Crenshaw High School as valedictorian, but in fact, Hart graduated No. 3 in his class with a 4.127 grade point average by Los Angeles ... read more >>
The Government and Media Shares Shame Game
Written by Kenneth Miller ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR 22 November 2007
The pecking order of prominent Black athletes to be prosecuted by the Federal Government has reached to the doorsteps of the all-time home run king in baseball -Barry Bonds. Reminiscent of the days of ... read more >>
New Dodgers Manager Acknowledges Former Blacks
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 08 November 2007
 Joe Torre walks past Dodger legend Don Newcombe at his press conference announcing him as the new Dodger manager.LOS ANGELES - (MLB.com) Making a fresh start on the opposite coast with a new team ... read more >>
Bonds says he's been unfairly targed for MLB's drug issues
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 08 November 2007
NEW YORK - Barry Bonds thinks he has been unfairly targeted for whatever problems baseball has had with the use of performance-enhancing drugs. “I truly believe I have been singled out. Definitely,” ... read more >>

 

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