It is all but in the spirit of baseball that Sandy Koufax threw a shutout to open the 1964 season at Dodger Stadium, and on the very day he welcomed baseball back into that very ballpark, from that very mound, in 2013, another dominant Dodgers left-handed pitcher repeated, even enhanced, history.
Dodger fans will celebrate opening day Monday when the “Boys in Blue” take on World Series Champions, the San Francisco Giants.
Opening Day at Dodger Stadium is less than a week away, and for the 2013 season, things will have a different look.
Thousands of fans packed Dodger Stadium Saturday to purchase single-game tickets for the upcoming baseball season.
A judge Friday ordered two men to stand trial in the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow.
he most unexpected person attended the Dodgers opening game Tuesday — Giovanni Ramirez.
Andre Ethier celebrated his 30th birthday by clubbing his second homer of the season in the bottom of the eighth inning and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 on Tuesday afternoon in the home opener and 50th anniversary of Dodger Stadium.
The opening day game at Dodger Stadium got under way Tuesday amid a heavy police presence, one year after a Giants fan was beaten into a coma in the parking lot.
Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully will miss the Dodgers’ home opener for the first time in 35 years because of a cold.
The Los Angeles Police Department is taking extra steps to increase security at Dodger Stadium Tuesday as the “Boys in Blue” take on the Pittsburgh Pirates in their home opener.
Opening day at Dodger Stadium is uncommonly important in Southern California, standing for generations as a daylong celebration of the franchise that put Los Angeles on the national sports map back in 1958.
You may have heard of “flash mobs” or “cash mobs.” Throughout the day Friday and into the weekend, The Orange County Register is unveiling the first-ever “News Mob” in Friday’s newspaper, online and through its smartphone and iPad apps to celebrate Opening Day of Angels baseball season!
With Magic Johnson and Frank McCourt watching from next to the dugout, the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres 5-3 Thursday even though reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw left after three innings with the flu.
Albert Pujols sat back contentedly in his chair in front of his new locker between Erick Aybar and Mark Trumbo on Thursday, eating a big plate of melon slices while his new teammates joked about the Masters and the Red Sox game on television.
The reigning Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw left the game after throwing three scoreless innings due to the stomach flu.