1. Dodgers-Angels: Dodgers Go Hitless in 1-0 Victory

    Angels' starting pitcher Jered Weaver, who came into the game 7-7, joined forces with Jose Arredondo and threw eight innings of no-hit ball against Chad Billingsley—6-7 prior to the game—and the Dodgers...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 615 reads 4 comments

  2. Los Angeles Dodgers Look to End Streak in Second Contest with Tigers

    The Dodgers are currently suffering from a 23-game scoreless inning streak. The Tigers are going on their fifth win Saturday to try and best their longest winning streak of the season...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 169 reads 1 comments

  3. Reds-Braves: Big Day for Ken Griffey Jr. and Jay Bruce

    Ken Griffey Jr. hit his 599th career homer Saturday, placing him one away from the rarely reached mark of 600. The homer came in the Reds’ 8-7 win against the Atlanta Braves...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 657 reads 1 comments

  4. San Antonio Spurs: Comparing '08 Game 4 vs. Lakers to '07 Game 3 vs. Cavaliers

    May 28, 2008 – The Spurs are down by two with seconds left to play and Brent Barry gets the ball up top. Barry takes a shot that is strongly contested by Derek Fisher and the game ends with a missed shot and no foul...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 806 reads 2 comments

  5. Los Angeles Dodgers: Joe Torre Has Allowed Pitcher Joe Beimel to Blossom

    Southpaw pitcher Joe Beimel has spent much of his baseball career traveling between teams. He started off at a junior college in Maryland before making a move to Duquesne University, where he ...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 620 reads 4 comments

  6. Boston Red Sox: Jon Lester Throws Season's First No-Hitter

    The Red Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 7-0 Monday night as 24-year-old left hander Jon Lester threw his first no-hitter. Lester walked two and struck out nine...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 693 reads 0 comments

  7. Los Angeles Dodgers Hit the Freeway Home with Tails Between Their Legs, Again

    The Dodgers lost their first freeway series of the season to the Angels 2-1 this weekend, leaving fans wondering what happened this time around. The answer is simple: mentality. A problem that has plagued the Dodgers for years...

    Molly Gray Written by Molly Gray about 6 years ago 526 reads 5 comments