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SPORTS
April 24, 2012 | By Steve Dilbeck
Home is where the heart is, even if not the cheering throngs. But very early, home has been very good to the Dodgers. Heck, it's actually been perfect. Not all the warm fires and mom's chicken noodle soup in the world could make Dodger Stadium a more comfy place for the Dodgers these days -- they've started the season 7-0 there. April numbers on most anything can change in a hurry (see: Juan Uribe's four hits Monday raised his batting average 75 points), but the Dodgers can at least take some early comfort in knowing that Chavez Ravine has been one friendly place thus far. Of course, it could be argued that their good run at home has been aided by six games against the lowly Padres and Pirates, but still, they did win the games.
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SPORTS
April 16, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
Can there be too much of a good thing? The NHL recently announced that the Toronto Maple Leafs will face the Detroit Red Wings at Michigan Stadium on Jan. 1, 2014 in the resumption of the Winter Classic outdoor series, and it was reported here that the Ducks will face the Kings outdoors amid the palm trees at Dodger Stadium on Jan. 25, 2014, pending the completion of some logistical and financial details. But on Tuesday TSN reported that the league is planning six - count 'em six - outdoor games next season.
SPORTS
April 29, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
It's admittedly too early to get all wrapped up in splits, but Carl Crawford's numbers are at least getting a tad difficult to ignore. At home, Crawford has been more than the Dodgers could have secretly wished. He's been a terrific leadoff hitter, has shown power and speed. On the road, he's looked like Crawford Lite. Neither powerful nor particularly speedy. For a guy who had never played at Dodger Stadium before, he's made himself quite at home. In 12 games here, he's hit .409, hit three of his four homers and has all four of his stolen bases.
SPORTS
February 25, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
And here we go again … The Times' Sam Farmer picks up on a Business Daily report that says the NFL has had direct talks with the Dodgers' new owners about putting an NFL stadium in the Dodger Stadium parking lots. Cats don't have this many lives. At some point, you have to wonder whether the NFL ever wants to come back to Los Angeles. It has so much fun just talking about it. The idea was a good one when Peter O'Malley wanted to do it back in the Bronze Age, but it's tired now and hard to imagine the city getting all excited about starting this stadium process over again.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 2011 | Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
The family of Giants fan Bryan Stow issued a call for civility among rival sports fans and asked people to help catch the two suspects. At a news conference Tuesday outside County-USC Medical Center, where Stow remains in a coma due to a brain injury he sustained during a beating at the Dodger Stadium parking lot on opening day, the family thanked the public for their support and prayers. Stow is a father of two and a paramedic who made a road trip from Santa Cruz to attend the game.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz, This post has been updated, as indicated below.
The man who donned a bear costume for a frantic dance atop the St. Louis Cardinals dugout Monday night in Game 3 of the National League championship series says he's been banned from Dodger Stadium for six months. The 50-year-old man behind "Rally Bear," Mark Monninger of Rancho Cucamonga, said he pulled the stunt to promote the idea of the Dodgers' getting a mascot. The moment came as the Dodgers fought their way to a 3-0 win Monday over the St. Louis Cardinals. In the bottom of the eighth inning, during a pitching change, Monninger jumped out of his seat dressed in a bear costume and rushed on top of the Cardinals' dugout.
OPINION
April 11, 2011
Fans are fed up Re "Ballpark violence," Editorial, April 7 The Times encourages fans not to tolerate rowdiness at Dodger Stadium. As a Dodgers fan who has attended many games, I find that the bad behavior usually stems from individuals who have consumed a few too many beers. At the very least they interfere with my enjoyment of the game. The Times says it is not suggesting that the stadium go dry. I am. There are plenty of soft drinks and water available. I am an 84-year-old man, and I am not about to confront several drunk individuals who are rowdy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 2, 2002 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Los Angeles police were investigating the shooting of a man late Friday by an off-duty police officer in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium, authorities said. The shooter was not an LAPD officer, police said. His police affiliation has not been disclosed. The gunfire in parking lot No. 33 erupted around 10:16 p.m. as fans left the stadium after the Dodgers lost to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The officer was with one of two groups of people who had been interacting shortly before the shooting.
SPORTS
January 25, 2014 | Chris Erskine
  You've got a red carpet, you've got the USC marching band, you've got KISS lighting up the inky night while standing inside what looks to be some sort of fire-breathing insect. Kings fans Giselle Bishop and Christina Dean celebrated it all in black and white tutus and high-top shoes. They looked like smog. "It was her idea," Bishop said, proud of her friend. By the way, didn't KISS sound good? Well, they were "tracked," as they say in the recording business, their instrumentals pre-recorded.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1996 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Six students from Sepulveda Middle School in North Hills who planned a school dance and donated half the proceeds to charity were honored in a pregame ceremony on the field at Dodger Stadium this week. The Sepulveda students were among six groups selected as grand winners in the Dodgers' "Team Esteem Program," a public service project also sponsored by the Times In Education program and the Foundation for Self-Esteem.
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