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.
After making plenty of news off the field this spring, the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres are ready to play ball.
The Dodgers head into a new season nearing the end of the Frank McCourt era, with a sale of the team scheduled to be finalized by the end of April.
San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow is continuing to make progress after he was beaten into a coma at Dodger Stadium on opening day last year.
The District Attorney’s Office has decided not to file charges against Dorene Sanchez, who was initially arrested with the two suspects in the beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium on opening day.
Harry Potter has cast his biggest spell yet with a record-breaking first day at the box office for his final film.
The man suspected in the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium on opening day was ordered Monday to spend 10 months in prison for violating his parole.
An attorney for 31-year-old Giovanni Ramirez, the only named suspect in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, says his client has an alibi.
The San Francisco Giants fan who was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium remains in a medically induced coma and under heavy sedation after suffering seizures over the weekend.
Los Angeles police officers handed out 46 citations Thursday night as part of the new, stricter security measures at Dodger Stadium.