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Happy Left-handers Day!

I only found out it was national left-handed day twenty minutes ago.  I didn’t even know lefties had a day.  It should be noted that as a fellow south paw, I plan on honoring some of my favorite lefties today.   523 more words

As Clayton Kershaw makes his 200th start, what the Sandy Koufax comparisons mean

By Jon Weisman

Clayton Kershaw makes the 200th start of his Major League career tonight.

In Major League history, two pitchers have made 199 starts with an park/era-adjusted ERA (ERA+) … 597 more words


An eye-opening look at the Koufax-Drysdale holdout

By Jon Weisman

Here is a fascinating time capsule from the Sandy Koufax-Don Drysdale era of the Dodgers from the front office perspective.

Buzzie Bavasi, general manager of the Dodgers for the bulk of the 1950s and 1960s, … 889 more words


Vin Scully Will Return For 66th Season In Dodgers' Booth

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Vin Scully is staying in the booth for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The 86-year-old Hall of Fame announcer will return for his record 66th season with the team in 2015. 427 more words


In case you missed it: Some scoop on Perez, Van Slyke, Guerrero and more

By Jon Weisman

Catching up on some news and notes from recent days …

  • Chris Perez discussed his mechanics issues with Pedro Moura of the…
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Schuster: Cooperstown's An Incredible Place

By David Schuster-

(CBS) So, there I was … FINALLY.

Where? Baseball’s Hall Of Fame. It only took me a few decades more then I had hoped, but here I was in Cooperstown, N.Y.. 380 more words


Then again, it's only fifty years ago

Alternate title: Why Vin Scully don’t need no color man.

Transcript of Vin calling the Yankee-Dodgers game on July 31, 2013, fourth inning. 933 more words