Kevin Baxter

Los Angeles Times

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Sports writer for the Los Angeles Times

Kevin Baxter on KCRW

In the World Cup, much depends on how theatrically you play the great game. Success may depend as much on acting ability as athletic skill.

USA Soccer Doesn't Flop, and That Hurts Our Chances

In the World Cup, much depends on how theatrically you play the great game. Success may depend as much on acting ability as athletic skill.

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It’s been 50 years since the  Dodgers  came to Los Angeles from Brooklyn, and the big news for Dodger fans is  Joe Torre  — who’s won more games than any but seven other managers ……

Dodgers Celebrate 50 Years with a Traffic Jam

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