Dylan Hernández is a sports columnist with the Los Angeles Times. Before that, he was the Dodgers beat writer. Hernandez grew up in South Pasadena and graduated from UCLA in 2002, after which he worked at the San Jose Mercury News for five years.
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Countless words have been written about how Vin Scully was kind and gracious. But for this sportswriter, what comes to mind was his sense of humor.
UCLA football is on the clock and under pressure to do something ahead of its move to the Big Ten. With a soft schedule, a 10-win season is a must.
If the Dodgers make a deal for Juan Soto, it would bolster a lineup that should win World Series championships down the line.
Shohei Ohtani and Clayton Kershaw respect each other immensely, and that’s why the players didn’t hold back in their All-Star Game meeting.
Shohei Ohtani has long planned every step of his career. His unwillingness to commit to the struggling Angels should make the franchise nervous.
Diego Cartaya, 20, is a potential cornerstone, but the Dodgers should trade him if it helps them acquire Juan Soto, 23, from the Washington Nationals.
Wales star and new LAFC signee Gareth Bale hopes to write a new chapter in L.A. while having fun.
Eleven years after pitching in his first All-Star Game, Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw will be able to enjoy the event through his new eyes.
Rōki Sasaki could be the next Shohei Ohtani. His MLB career shouldn’t be hampered by an international draft that would limit his options.
Pitcher Clayton Kershaw should get the start in the MLB All-Star Game in front of the home crowd of what could be his final season with the Dodgers.