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By Joe Torosian “Sometimes I’ll start a sentence, and I don’t know even where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way.”—Michael Scott Kick it! Right off the Top: I’d like to thank everyone for fighting with Tim Peterson on the comments thread of my Saturday column…Since The Peterson Principle routinely kicks […]
By Tim Peterson I said it on draft day and I’ll say it again. The Lakers missed it when they passed on Jahlil Okafor. They drafted D’Angelo Russell not only because they liked his game but also with the thought that something else was coming – namely a big man.
By Tim Peterson I’m one of the lucky ones I guess. I had Time Warner Cable before the Dodger fiasco started. I’m in the “Time Warner” area and had never opted to change to DirecTV. So I never have been able to relate to the people who say that they missed the Dodger game last […]
“Everybody’s building big ships and boats Some are building monuments, others jotting down notes Everybody’s in despair, every girl and boy But when Quinn the Eskimo gets here everybody’s gonna jump for joy.”— Bob Dylan Kick it!
When I see those guys peddling tickets on Stadium Way while I’m driving into the Dodger game a thought always enters my head. It might not be cool but it would be funny and it might teach these guys to get real jobs.
Temple City 2 St. Bonaventure 0 Corey Copping fired a complete game shutout and went three for three at the plate to lead Temple City to a 2-0 victory over St. Bonaventure Tuesday and into the CIF Finals for the first time in school history. Copping allowed just five hits while striking out five.
Magic Johnson, in my humble opinion, is the best basketball player ever. As a 6’9” point guard he literally changed the game. He’s only the only player I’ve ever seen that could score only two points and still dominate a game. He had the ability to make everybody around him great. He won five championships […]
We already know about Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. They are a virtual slam dunk to go one –two in the NFL draft. But is anybody talking about the third quarterback that will be taken? By all projections it is likely to be Ryan Tannehill of Texas A&M. He could go as early as […]
Opening Day at Dodger Stadium was a bust. It was a total disaster. Oh it was memorable all right. It will be remembered as the day a horrific event took place. The problem is it seems like it’s starting to be common place.
I’m usually excited about the start of baseball season. I was looking at a baseball preview Sunday and suddenly realized opening day is Thursday. In the midst of March Madness Major League Baseball wasn’t on my radar.