Category Archives: Pro Baseball
Former LA Times and Los Angeles Herald Examiner sportswriter Larry Stewart gives you an up close and personal view of his more than 40 years covering sports in Los Angeles with his new book “My Up-Close View.”
By Alex Gonzalez Well, it’s already been a week since the shortened high school football season ended, and I have to say, I miss it. I even miss the drive to the stadium.
The Dodgers finished with the best record in baseball and received a number one seed in the National League as a result. The Angels finished with a losing record and missed the playoffs again firing their General Manager as a result.
By Alex Gonzalez After months of waiting and pondering, we’re finally going to get sports back.
By Tim Peterson (Temple City) – Former Temple City Ram star Julian Jarrard has signed a contract as an undrafted free agent with the Milwaukee Brewers he confirmed Thursday.
In 1983 Sid Fernandez, pitching in (Double A) San Antonio, struck 209 batters in 153 innings, had a 2.11 ERA and a 13-4 record. (In 1982 he went 14-6, 172.2IP, 223K’s) …And was traded for…
Great to see Alhambra alum Noe Ramirez get called up again by the Boston RedSox.
By ThoseBenchWarmers The baseball season is two weeks old and there already have been some big surprises. Some of those surprises are previews of things to come and will be sustained, others are flukes or flashes in the pan that will subside and be forgotten when we look back at summaries of the season in […]
By ThoseBenchWarmers For baseball fans, opening day is equivalent to Christmas. It is a special time of the year where every team is in first place, the day is filled with optimism and hope, and anything can happen. Accomplishments and failures of the previous season are forgotten as all teams start with a clean slate. […]