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Stadium workers who have gotten no financial aid from Dodgers or Angels cry for help The Dodgers and Angels haven't said how they will distribute the $1 million each MLB team pledged to pay stadium workers during the coronavirus shutdown.
Ex Red Sox Mookie Betts, David Price impressed Dodgers' Dave Roberts with leadership skills Roberts expected that Price, a veteran of 12 major league seasons, would play an active role in the clubhouse. I knew David was a great teammate and everybody talked about that. But for David specific.
Colorado Rockies simulation game No. 6 thread: Jon Gray vs. Alex Wood The Sim Rockies are above. and ahead of the Sim Dodgers! Minus the three defensive errors, last night was a pretty solid team win on all cylinders.
Sim Rockies 4, Sim Dodgers 3: Sim Nolan Arenado and Sim Charlie Blackmon lift the team to victory The Sim Rockies are now above. and ahead of the Dodgers! for the first time in 2020!
Adrian Gonzalez dismisses idea of starting season with All-Star game Former Dodger, Adrian Gonzalez, isn't a fan of the idea. Before the novel coronavirus shutdown everyday life across the country, including the suspension of the 2020 MLB season, Los Angeles was scheduled to host the All-Star game in July. Whether that will happen now, considering the season is in peril, is anyone's guess.
Inside the SP78 Vault: 1978 Padres Program Perhaps my very first addition to the SP78 vault, even before their was an SP78! On September 29th, 1978, my Dad and brother Scott and I attended the third-to-last game of the Padres season, a Friday night match-up against the Dodgers, who were in first place and headed for the World Series against the Yankees.
Did Dodgers, Red Sox trade in 2012 lead to Mookie Betts? When the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a trade for Mookie Betts, David Price, and cash from the Boston Red Sox over the winter, it made huge waves for both organizations. The Dodgers were acquiring two significant pieces of the puzzle in what could be a World Series run in 2020.
Dodgers: MLB May Have a New Date for Opening Day Circled on its Calendar Dodgers fans are used to Opening Day being placed in March or at the very least a home opener in April. The coronavirus has put a temporary hold on that though, leaving fans to wonder when we will finally get to see baseball. As it turns out, the league is considering one holiday in particular as an option.
Dodgers: 2019 Playoff Baseballs Were De-Juiced, According to New Study We will NEVER share your email with anyone! Between the Astros and Red Sox investigations, controversial new rule changes, and the COVID-19 pandemic, Rob Manfred and the commissioner's office have had their hands full these past few months. Another new story came to light Tuesday morning, this one regarding the baseballs in the 2019 postseason.
Vin Scully Provides us With Hope Only our beloved Vin Scully could provide us with some of that. I know this is a bit old, from a few days ago, but Vin has some words of wisdom for us. Take a break from quarantine life for a moment and watch the video. Listen to what Vin says and enjoy hearing his beautiful dulcet voice again.
Best Games Of 2018 Season: No. 2, Max Muncy's Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Dodgers Over Red Sox In Longest World Series Game The list continues with No. when Max Muncy's 18th inning walk-off home run propelled the Dodgers to victory over the Boston Red Sox in Game 3 of the 2018 World Series. After dropping the first two con.
This Day In Dodgers History: Clayton Kershaw Blanks Giants In First Career Opening Day Start He kicked off that season against the defending World Series champion Giants on Opening Day, starting opposite a two-time Cy Young Award winner in Tim Lincecum. Both pitchers brought their A games, bu.
The Jim Rome Show: Dave Roberts talks MLB Spring Training Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts calls Jim Rome to discuss how long the MLB should abbreviate Spring Training when the league returns.
40-man breakdown: Pedro Báez Reliever is on an upward trajectory after excelling in high-leverage situations in 2019.
In Los Angeles, "Built By Women" Exhibit Showcases 56 Projects In February, the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation announced a selection of 56 women-led architecture, landscape, engineering, and construction projects from the Los Angeles area to be showcased at the annual Built by Women exhibit, currently scheduled to open May 15 at the A+D Museum in Los Angeles.
MLB News: Baseball Has a Decision on Minor League Pay During Hiatus MLB is making things right with their players in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. After agreeing to player-friendly deals with the player's union in regards to service time, the pay of minor league players was the next thing to be discussed. eval;.
What's your favorite rally cap style? The folks at Draft Kings will donate $1 to United Way, up to $1 million, to support coronavirus relief efforts, for every person who shares their version of the rally cap on social media with the #DKRally hashtag. This rally runs through April 7.
Astros Ask Judge To Dismiss Mike Bolsinger's Lawsuit Or Move Case To Texas Courtroom They voiced frustration with Manfred's punishments and in particular Astros players being granted immunity, and they grew more agitated with responses from the Houston organization and the commissioner. Meanwhile, former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Mike Bolsinger took matters a step further by filing a lawsuit against the Astros.
Dave Roberts says Dodgers can be ready to play in two weeks Dave Roberts appeared on The Jim Rome Show on Tuesday morning to discuss how he is passing the time without baseball and how quickly he thinks the team can be ready to play if a season returns. "After talking to positional players, pitchers, I think two weeks," Roberts told Rome when asked to give a timeline for a potential second Spring Training.
Dodgers News: Joc Pederson Hopeful Frustrating Arbitration Hearing Process Will Lend To Changes In New Collective Bargaining Agreement Minnesota was expected to receive Kenta Maeda from the Dodgers, and in turn, would trade pitching prospect Brusdar Graterol to the Red Sox. A separate trade between the Dodgers and L.A. Angels was als.
DodgerHeads: Andrew Friedman Cautions Against Predictions For 2020 MLB Season; Dodgers' Favorite Player Bracket & More Despite uncertainty hovering over the 2020 Major League Baseball season, there are a multitude of topics to discuss, involving the sport as a whole and Los Angeles Dodgers specifically. As such, Dodge.
Which Tommy Lasorda fight with a mascot was your favorite? Breaking down various fights between Hall of Fame Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda and mascots, including the Phillie Phanatic, San Diego Chicken, and Youppi!
Dodgers: Justin Turner and Joc Pederson Affected by New MLB Agreement It might be one of the most difficult times in history to be a Dodgers fan right now. Even more than losing back-to-back World Series, the last six months have been wild for fans in Los Angeles. The Astros cheating scandal just reminded us that we should have had our first championship since 1988, and things have only gotten stranger since then.
Dodgers season likely to start without fans As the federal government has extended social distancing guidelines until April 30, and some states are issuing stay-at-home orders that extend into June, Major League Baseball is starting to confront the reality that a baseball season will likely have to begin without crowds, according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post.
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