Tag Archives: Dodger Stadium

Fanview: August 30, 2016

By Joe Torosian “It’s the most wonderful time of the year With the helmets knocking And everyone talking you’ll be in good cheer It’s the most wonderful time of the year There’ll be coaches for roasting Sportswriters for toasting And complaining ‘bout the quarterback’s poor throws There’ll be scary locker room stories And tales of […]

Fernando! 25 Years Ago Today

The Peterson Principle 4/8/13

I got my first look at Dodger Stadium since the $100 million remodel Friday night against the Pirates. And although the millions of dollars spent isn’t immediately evident when you first enter the ball park I came away impressed.

The TEN: 8/30/2012

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

Rams, Moors are Finals Bound

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.

The Peterson Principle 5/7/12

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 […]

The TEN 12/28/2011

(“The Ten” is not a top ten, but ten items worth being included in The TEN)

The Peterson Principle 4/4/11

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.

The Peterson Principle 5/26/10

Jose Lima had made the transition that many athletes are never able to make. After 13 years in the big leagues and numerous stints in the minor leagues, Dominican leagues and leagues here and beyond, he had retired. While other athletes can’t accept life away from the playing field, Lima was embracing it.

Quick Scans: 7/15/09

by John Scanlan