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Jeter’s Ego Too Big To Share Spotlight With Conine, Others

When Mark Walter and Guggenheim Baseball Management purchased the Los Angeles Dodgers, they embraced the long and storied history of the franchise, and of Los Angeles. They welcomed the continued presence in various capacities within the organization of team legends … Continue reading

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“It’s Time For Dodgers’ Baseball” Only a Dream For Most

Unbelievably, another baseball season is on the horizon and still 60% of Los Angeles area Dodgers’ fans are shut out from the teams’ telecasts and the final year of play-by-ply from Vin Scully. The horror that is SportsNet LA, the … Continue reading

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MLB’s Absurd Security Theater and the Dodgers’ Parking Ripoff

With the new baseball season about to get underway, there are a couple of major changes looming, one affecting fans throughout the major leagues, and another just for Los Angeles Dodgers’ fans. It may have been on your minds for … Continue reading

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No TV Again the Likely Scenario for Dodgers’ Fans in 2015

As the Dodgers’ pocketed the first payments in their 25-year, $8 Billion deal that gave Time-Warner Cable a virtual broadcast monopoly for Dodgers’ game telecasts, fans were almost totally shut out from seeing last season’s games. For the 70% of … Continue reading

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Latest Dodgers’ Rumors Just Crazy: Do Not Dump Greinke For Lester!

So this morning the buzz all over the baseball rumor mills is that the Dodgers are shopping co-ace and former Cy Young winner Zack Greinke, in order to position themselves for a winning free agent offer to Jon Lester. This … Continue reading

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Who and When – Questions About the Next Dodgers’ Shortstop(s)

In 2011, the Dodgers had two young shortstops about ready for major league duty, Dee Gordon and Justin Sellers. Sellers was a solid defensive player, but with limited offensive skills, while Gordon possessed tremendous speed and more offensive promise. Rafael … Continue reading

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Frugal Brewers Too Much For the Best Team Money Can Buy

The Los Angeles Dodgers pay their players more than any team has ever paid a roster of players, and it has pretty well paid off this season, with, as of a couple of days ago, the Dodgers compiling the National … Continue reading

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Dodgers Are Panicking in Search For Pitching Help

A dozen years ago, the San Francisco brought up a 22-year-old San Diego native and Cal Poly San Louis Obispo grad, named Kevin Correia. Correia started some, relieved some, and with a 3-1 won-lost record and ERA of 3.66, showed … Continue reading

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Did Robinson Cano Already Wear Out His Welcome?

On December 7, 2013, I queried “why in the world did Robinson Cano become the most overpaid human being in the history of the world?” My answer was: “…because he is a decent ballplayer who is the best of a … Continue reading

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