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June 28, 2011

The Morning Fix: ‘Grand Theft Auto’ for everyone. Meyer gets new deal. Sun Valley hype picks up steam.
After the coffee. Before seeing if the Dodgers owe me any money. The Skinny: A busy day for the Supreme Court, which tossed a video game law meant to shield kids from the excessive violence of some of today’s games…
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Dodgers Notes: Jonathan Broxton Suffers Setback, Marcus Thames Avoids Disabled List
Before Sunday’s series finale with the Angels at Dodger Stadium, Dodgers manager Don Mattingly gave updates on the status of a few injured Dodgers. In addition to Casey Blake’s return to the starting lineup after dealing with a pinched nerve in his neck for two weeks, it appears Marcus Thames and his strained left calf will avoid the disabled list. However, injured closer Jonathan Broxton …
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L.A. takes out year’s worth of frustrations on Twins
The Dodgers’ Matt Kemp rounds second after his seventh inning home run off Minnesota’s Phil Dumatrait. / Jim Mone The Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS — Matt Kemp and the Los Angeles Dodgers were hardly distracted by the team’s latest trouble off the field.
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June 29 1916 — The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds played a nine-inning game with just one baseball. 1923 — Brooklyn’s Jacques Fournier went 6-for-6 with a home run, two doubles and three singles as the Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 14-5. 1937 — Chicago Cubs first baseman Rip Collins played an entire game without a putout or an assist. 1941 — In a doubleheader against the …
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