1. Los Angeles Dodgers Hire New Team Surgeon: Dr. Frankenstein

    In a surprise announcement, the Los Angeles Dodgers today have disclosed the hiring of a new team surgeon, the esteemed Dr. Victor Frankenstein of Bavaria. Dr. Frankenstein has been retained to assist the team with its surplus of outfielders...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 999 reads 24 comments

  2. Los Angeles Kings' Goalie Rotation Needs Rotating

    New Los Angeles Kings coach Terry Murray has finally allowed his second string goaltender, Eric Ersberg, the chance to see action in the third period of the last game against Colorado...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 447 reads 4 comments

  3. Dodgers' Dirty Dozen, Free-Agent Edition

    Now that their quest for the World Series has ended a step short, the Los Angeles Dodgers turn their attention to the various pieces of their roster; those they wish to keep, those they do not want to retain, and those who want to move on...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 440 reads 4 comments

  4. NLCS Game 5: Last Chance Saloon for Dodger Hopes

    Pick any cliche you want from that large pile, the Dodgers are at that point where another loss means the end of the season...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 300 reads 7 comments

  5. NLCS: Big Gift from the Los Angeles Braintrust in Game One

    In a return to the bad old days—late spring and early summer—the Los Angeles Dodgers and their manager, Joe Torre, gifted Game One of the National League Championship Series to the Philadelphia Phillies...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 235 reads 0 comments

  6. NLCS: How To Take Down Those Fightin' Phils, from the Dodgers' Perspective

    On Thursday night, the fun begins, as it's Los Angeles vs. Philadelphia for the N.L. title. It's the fourth time these team meet to determine the National League representative in the World Series...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 342 reads 12 comments

  7. NLCS: Dodgers Seeking Ticket to World Series via Their Arms

    Having three fine, new Cubskin rugs to decorate their clubhouse, the Los Angeles Dodgers travel to Philadelphia in search of four Golden Cheesesteaks, which will allow them passage to the World Series...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 367 reads 4 comments

  8. Kuroda KO's Cubs, Dodgers Advance to NLCS

    Anybody for some yummy bear stew? The Dodgers have just finished cooking up a large cauldron of the tasty treat, chopping up 25 young Cubs and one salty old bear keeper named Lou...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 659 reads 2 comments

  9. Picking Through the Cubbie Guts

    Looking over the rotting carcass of an ugly loss from the Chicago point of view, there is nothing salvageable to move forward with...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 538 reads 6 comments

  10. Dodgers-Cubs: Boffo Billingsley Creams Cubs

    The Dodgers are coming home with two tasty victories over Chicago in some very friendly confines, far friendlier than during the regular season that is, after clubbing the Cubs, 10-3...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 272 reads 1 comments

  11. Dodgers-Cubs: L.A. Looks to Billingsley To Secure Second Game Of NLDS

    After securing the opening game of their NLDS series against the Cubs, Dodger manager Joe Torre will hand the ball to Chad Billingsley in Game Two, as Los Angeles looks to take a 2-0 lead over Chicago...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 280 reads 2 comments

  12. Dodgers Order Takeout On Cubs Pitchers in Game One Of NLDS

    There is a theory that revenge is a dish best served cold. While the temperature was a toasty 95° degrees in Los Angeles, it was a relatively frigid 56° in Chicago for game ...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 815 reads 16 comments

  13. Al Davis Has Gone the Leonard Tose Route

    Al Davis has terminated the contract of Lane Kiffin. Al says this is done with cause, and he will not pay Lane the balance due for this season. Al Davis has officially lost it...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 758 reads 30 comments

  14. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Chicago Cubs: NLDS Preview

    As we prepare for the start of the first ever playoff series between the L.A. Dodgers and Chicago Cubs, two numbers jump out and demand attention. They are the numbers 50 and 100...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 463 reads 2 comments

  15. Open Mic: Hockey's Early Blooms Come September

    Awaken come September - the League rouses from its athletic slumber Yawning, stretching, and scratching—rubbing the sleep from collective eyes. Sharpening blades and elbows—testing new pads, jerseys, and gear...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 241 reads 11 comments

  16. L.A. Dodgers Announce Their 50th Anniversary All-Time Los Angeles Team

    The Los Angeles Dodgers released the results of a fan poll to determine the greatest Dodgers since the franchise moved from Brooklyn in 1958. The fan survey started in September 2007 and recently concluded...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 1,746 reads 22 comments

  17. Disputable Call Gives Giants Molina Homer

    San Francisco Giant catcher Bengie Molina was credited with the second replay reversal homerun in Major League Baseball history under their new replay rules in Friday night's series opener against the Dodgers...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 296 reads 0 comments

  18. Los Angeles Dodgers Hosting a Fan Rally Sunday Night at Dodger Stadium

    After clinching their third National League Western Division title, the Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that on Sunday, Sept. 28, there will be a free fan rally from 6-8 PM at the stadium...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 542 reads 3 comments

  19. Signs and Portents for a Bloody Thursday Night in L.A.

    This is the city: Los Angeles, CA. It's a Thursday, Sept. 25, 5:35 PM. The sun is beginning to set, but it's still warm. The night is looking to be a big one...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 229 reads 16 comments

  20. Dodgers Honor Dr. Jobe, Inventor of Tommy John Surgery

    On Tuesday September 23rd, the Dodgers shaved their magic number to three after stomping the San Diego Padres 10-1. A six run first highlighted by a three-run homer by Nomar Garciaparra, another ...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 1,119 reads 4 comments

  21. Christmas In September: Raiders Give Game to Buffalo

    Comments and questions after Raiders play role of department store Santa With all the rumors swirling of Lane Kiffin’s impending termination, I will rely on a bit of advice ...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 543 reads 10 comments

  22. USC Football: Two Wins Down, Eleven To Go For a Championship (Part 1)

    Before the final strains of Conquest had faded from the Coliseum as the Spirit of Troy marched out after USC dispatched Ohio State's Buckeyes, Pete Carroll was mentally preparing for the next week...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 1,089 reads 28 comments

  23. Open Mic: Crazy Uncle Bud Does It Once Again

    The other day, I was clicking though the dials and landed on the classic western movie, The Magnificent Seven. I had just tuned in when Yul Brynner and Steve McQueen were trying to talk Charles Bronson into joining them...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 530 reads 22 comments

  24. USC Schools Ohio State and Wins...Nothing

    The No. 1 ranked University of Southern California Trojans, before a national television audience, took the Ohio State University Buckeyes to school, administrating several harsh lessons which resulted in a 35-3 final score...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 649 reads 35 comments

  25. Oakland Raiders Week 2: The Worm Turns, Crushing K.C.'s Offense

    Comments and questions after the Raiders bounce back to scalp the Chiefs in their own wigwam. Rob Ryan (a.k.a. soB) showed he might still know a thing or two when it comes to coaching NFL defenses...

    J.C. Ayvazi Written by J.C. Ayvazi about almost 6 years ago 645 reads 9 comments