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SPORTS
September 7, 1985
Once again you have insulted the intelligence of the hockey fans of Los Angeles. First, the Kings signed their first two draft choices this week and it was almost forgotten on the back page. Second, the chart listing salaries of famous, wealthy athletes significantly omitted Wayne Gretzky of the Edmonton Oilers. Third, Scott Ostler's column on professional athletic prodigies overlooked Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Ostler's animosity against the NHL is nothing new to those people who are used to his anti-hockey diatribes.
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SPORTS
May 30, 1987
It is with much sadness that I learned of the departure of Dodger pitcher Tom Niedenfuer. He will be greatly missed by his many fans in Los Angeles. Besides being an outstanding pitcher, Niedenfuer has shown himself to be a person of high ethical and moral standards. With all the drug-related problems in the sports world, it is nice to have players such as Tom for role models for our children. The Dodgers have not only lost a great pitcher, but they will have to look hard to find individuals with the same capacity for tolerance and high moral character.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 1986 | NIKI CERVANTES, United Press International
The killings were gruesome. Men and women murdered in their beds, seemingly picked for death at random. The suspect is a man, the simple mention of whom paralyzes most women with fear. But 23-year-old Bernadette Brazal says she is in love with "Night Stalker" suspect Richard Ramirez. And that's not unusual. Mass murder defendants are, experts say, often the objects of female adoration. Why? "It's almost a savior kind of thing," says Dr.
OPINION
June 17, 2010
The Boston Celtics, as any Lakers fan has undoubtedly noticed in the course of what has been one of the most satisfying NBA Finals in recent memory, have temper-control issues. A team featuring forward/center Rasheed Wallace, who holds the dubious NBA record for most technical fouls, and center Kendrick Perkins, who like Wallace has played in danger of suspension if he commits a seventh technical in the playoffs, is as likely to throw games away with its uncontrolled passion as it is to win them.
SPORTS
June 7, 2003
Yes, Bill Plaschke, there are Mighty Duck fans outside of Orange County. My wife and I are two of them. My wife was born and raised in Chula Vista and then moved to the San Fernando Valley. I lived in Fresno between 1992 and 1997 and now live in Westchester, along with my wife. We are both Mighty Duck fans, both partial season-ticket holders. I write this letter only to let you know that there are two Mighty Ducks fans in Los Angeles County who are once again severely disappointed in the coverage of the Mighty Ducks that the L.A. Times provides.
SPORTS
February 26, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez, Los Angeles Times
- Calling Vin Scully "a class act" and saying he had "the utmost respect" for him, Mike Piazza on Monday defended what he wrote in his recently released autobiography about the Hall of Fame broadcaster. In his book, "Long Shot," Piazza described Scully as instrumental in turning the fans of Los Angeles against him during the contract stalemate that led to his trade to the Florida Marlins in 1998. Piazza wrote that Scully "was crushing me" on the air, a charge Scully vehemently denied.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1994
Angered by what they say is the prospect of an impasse in labor negotiations by Monday, a Police Protective League official said Friday that the union is preparing a new campaign that will include a search for embarrassing information about City Council members. "We are going to be soliciting adverse information on City Council members," said Geoffrey Garfield, union spokesman. "You'd be surprised at what cops know about people."
SPORTS
May 9, 1998
On behalf of all King fans in Los Angeles who actually know the game, I would like to respond to a letter written by Bob Nicolai of Calabasas in the May 2 issue. Mr. Nicolai states that the referee made the correct call and says, "Jamie Storr is outside the crease and tries to knock Geoff Courtnall off the puck, and for his trouble he got bumped into the net. Storr is now fair game since he is outside his crease." First of all, I was just wondering if Mr. Nicolai has ever actually seen a hockey game.
SPORTS
July 29, 1994 | STEVE SPRINGER
Wouldn't you know it? Raider Coach Art Shell attends a news conference in Barcelona and the first thing he's asked is if he hopes the Raiders might still return to Oakland some day. This is a subject the Raiders can't leave behind no matter how far they go. Playing the part of international diplomat Thursday, Shell said he "appreciated the fans in Oakland, but we are not looking to return as of now." Then he added: "We appreciate the fans of Los Angeles. L.A.
SPORTS
February 11, 1985 | SAM McMANIS
Clipper President Alan Rothenberg issued a statement Sunday supporting Marques Johnson, after a story in Saturday's Times reported that the Milwaukee Bucks did not inform the Clippers that Johnson had undergone treatment at a drug rehabilitation center 14 months before he was traded. Rothenberg's statement read: "Marques Johnson is an All-Star both as a player and as a human being. Despite his injuries this season, he has been our hardest-working player, a leader both on and off the court.
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