REST IN BLUE HEAVEN TOMMY LASORDA

Last year when I heard that Tommy had fallen sick and had been hospitalized, I immediately set out to do a piece on his life as a professional baseball player. I did all the research and was ready to go but thought twice about it because I thought it would not be okay to takeContinue reading “REST IN BLUE HEAVEN TOMMY LASORDA”

Dodgers Add Another Arm in a 3 way trade

The teams involved in this trade were the Tampa Bay Rays, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers picked up Garrett Cleavinger from the Phillies, the Rays sent Jose Alvarado. The Dodgers sent Dillon Paulson and a player to be named later to Tampa. There aren’t that many stats available for GarrettContinue reading “Dodgers Add Another Arm in a 3 way trade”

Padres Making a Push in the NL West

There is no doubt that the San Diego Padres have become formidable playoff contenders with the addition of Yu Darvish and Blake Snell to the starting pitching rotation. However, let’s be honest. If 2020 would have not had that extra playoff spot and if the season had been 162 games, the Padres would not haveContinue reading “Padres Making a Push in the NL West”

Quiet Week in Dodger Baseball

Tim Federowicz was signed by the Dodgers to a minor league contract. Interesting part about this is that maybe the Dodgers are planning to move one of their back up catchers and they need Tim to be ready to fill in on an as needed basis. Dave Roberts was interviewed on MLB TV and heContinue reading “Quiet Week in Dodger Baseball”

Hot Corner Options for the Dodgers. Who will play 3B?

The Dodgers experienced a long absence at third base with the departure of Adrian Beltre at the end of his 2004 season. It literally took 10 years for the Dodgers to find some stability at the hot corner when they signed Justin Turner who had not had much success in the big leagues as aContinue reading “Hot Corner Options for the Dodgers. Who will play 3B?”

MLB Insurance Lawsuit: and Out of State Tournaments

Recently MLB baseball filed a lawsuit on behalf of every single major league baseball team for the loss of finances due to the COVID 19 lockdown, and their inability to make money during the shortened season. The claim states that they purchased an “All Risks Policy” that protects them from a catastrophe leading to economicContinue reading “MLB Insurance Lawsuit: and Out of State Tournaments”

Ken Rosenthal wants to trade away Seager?

Ken Rosenthal’s latest idea in trading Nolan Arenado and Trevor Story for Corey Seager and Joe Kelly is a horrible idea. Unless of course he is friends with Scott Boras or Corey Seager and knows something that we do not know. He is known as a  “baseball insider” so he might have some inside scoop.Continue reading “Ken Rosenthal wants to trade away Seager?”

Dodger 2020 Holiday Festival Celebrating the Champs

If you have not had a chance to attend the Dodger Holiday Festival you may want to read this. I will very briefly tell you what it is and what it is not without spoiling the whole thing for you. What is it? It is a great excuse to get in your car with yourContinue reading “Dodger 2020 Holiday Festival Celebrating the Champs”

Current Dodgers and Former Dodgers cracking the All-MLB Team

Dodgers in the All-MLB Team The All-MLB Team has been voted on and it was nice to see a long list of current and former Dodgers make the list. It goes to show the depth of the Dodgers’ organization. Here is a short read on which current and former Dodgers made the list. First TeamContinue reading “Current Dodgers and Former Dodgers cracking the All-MLB Team”

3 Important Women in Dodger Baseball

This article is dedicated to the special contribution made by women in Dodger Baseball. I came up with a list of 3 but I know that there have been hundreds of women over the years that have been a part of the Los Angeles and Brooklyn Dodgers. I went with the following 3: Nancy Bea,Continue reading “3 Important Women in Dodger Baseball”