Since the Los Angeles Times prefers the cleaner version of Matt Kemp's words -- requiring "We'll see, bitch" instead of "We'll see..." -- we thought you'd appreciate the actual quote, as tweeted by the Times' Dylan Hernandez above.
"Bitch" is one way to describe Padres' Carlos Quentin, certainly. D ... More >>
The Dodgers play game two of their series with the Padres, facing old mate Eric Stults, tonight at 7:10 p.m. in San Diego. There Chad Billingsley will try to come back from not one, but two injuries. One major, one minor.
Billinglsey bruised a finger in a routine Spring Training bunting drill March ... More >>
Check almost any close-up of Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle during a baseball game and watch the frequency and ferocity of the up-and-down jaw smacking of his gum chewing; you'll be convinced, and afraid for his family, that his face is about to explode.
Of course, it might be the Pirates' flounde ... More >>
Fans heading to Dodger Stadium today will be getting more than just a season-opening game against the San Francisco Giants. In addition to new outfield video screens, an echo-minimizing sound system and expanded bathroom facilities across all levels, the 50-year-old stadium has also upgraded its con ... More >>
Nicole CamposHe's Wol-ver-iiiiiine!Part of the attraction of Comic-Con is never knowing when a celeb is going to turn up. Sure, you know they'll be in the big panels in Hall H or Ballroom 20, and occasionally you'll get lucky and bump into one on the exhibit hall floor. Sometimes, though, you ... More >>
A relic?Update: MLB reportedly denies this, as does AEG. Details at the bottom.
A baseball stadium in downtown Los Angeles? Built by the folks who own Staples Center?
Whew. This Frank McCourt mess has really shaken things up. Because the loathed Dodgers owner is the landlord at Dodger Stadi ... More >>
A swarm of temblors shook the desert county of Imperial east of San Diego Monday night, prompting the Los Angeles Fire Department to go into "earthquake mode" at 9:55 p.m. as a precaution, according to the LAFD's Devin Gales. The biggest of the shakers was a magnitude 5.7 that struck five mil ... More >>
Mayor Levels With Base Antonio Villaraigosa painted a bleak economic picture for one of his largest constituencies, organized labor. The mayor suggested shorter work weeks and increased employee retirement contributions as ways to avoid city worker layoffs that could climb to seven percent of the mu ... More >>