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4/4/14-Something Current-Home Opening Day-LAD-4,SF-8 by Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers

Photos from my day at the ballpark…. by Jon SooHoo/©Los Angeles Dodgers,LLC 2014 Gabriel,Javy and Eddie in the clubhouse Joe Jareck Alanna Rizzo Dee Eric Hanson… 56 more words

Just One of Those Days...

You’re either lounging back or out on the town on this early Friday evening. So the home opener didnt exactly go as planned as the Dodgers fell to the Giants 8-4 . 162 more words

Lefty to lefty: Scully to Koufax

By Jon Weisman

Although the first inning was one to forget, it was a pregame to remember at Dodger Stadium today …

The one, the only, Vin Scully.

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Watch: Vin Scully throws out first pitch to Sandy Koufax in Dodgers' home opener

Okay, so it was less throw and more a gentle toss into a waiting glove, but what’s not to like about this? The legendary Vin Scully and the legendary Sandy Koufax, joining forces for the ceremonial first pitch at the Dodgers’ home opener against the Giants. 76 more words



In watching the sports network’s baseball pre-season coverage, I was amazed by Orel Hershiser’s interview with another legendary Dodger (and my childhood crush), Sandy Koufax.  In his retirement, Koufax is now a consultant for the Los Angeles Dodgers. 390 more words

Opening Day memories: Jim Lefebvre

By Mark Langill

Rookie second baseman Jim Lefebvre couldn’t wait for his first Opening Day at Dodger Stadium on April 20, 1965. The local product from Inglewood’s Morningside High, who was a Dodger batboy when the team played at the Coliseum, expected a large group of friends and family to watch his home debut against the lowly New York Mets. 270 more words


Back To The Future: Kershaw or Koufax?

The Major League Baseball Hall of Fame suggests immortality in terms of history. The stakes for practically all ball players are high, because after all, wouldn’t anyone like to leave footprints in America’s pastime? 634 more words