We all know there’s nothing better than attending a live sporting event. You get to cheer on your favorite team alongside thousands of your new and closest friends. 472 more words
Long form, here I come!
I have decided that the world isn’t ready for my honesty. That is to say the Dodger fans that proliferate the Internet and stands, rooting for players to dance in the clubhouse and on the field, cheer for bubble machines and bobble heads, take selfies at games rather than pay attention to the action in front of them, etc., do not appreciate what I have to say. 845 more words
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By Mark Langill
In honor of tonight’s Babe Ruth bobblehead promotion at Dodger Stadium, here are some notes about the life and career of the Hall of Famer who was a coach with the 1938 Brooklyn Dodgers. 793 more words
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully received the Commissioner’s Historic Achievement Award for his record 65 years of calling Los Angeles Dodgers games on Friday. 313 more words