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Defining an Ace

What’s an ace?

It is, perhaps, the most subjective baseball term thrown around these days. “He’s the ace of their staff.” Or, “That guy is a true ace.” There are a lot of ways to define it, and none of them actually bring much clarity because it can’t really be done objectively. 1,703 more words

General

What if a human could out run a fastball? by Cartoonist Jamaal R. James

So I was playing around with concepts the other day and thought to myself. What if a human being could out run a fastball from one of the top pitchers in baseball? 57 more words

Creative Arts

Introducing the 2016 Los Angeles Dodgers Yearbook: Clayton Kershaw, Vin Scully and more


By Jon Weisman

In June, Clayton Kershaw will celebrate his 10th anniversary in the Dodger organization. In turn, the Dodgers are celebrating Kershaw in the 2016 Yearbook. 199 more words

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Updates on Puig, Utley, McCarthy and Kershaw

By Jon Weisman

Now that all the hoopla of Saturday’s FanFest has given way to rain, wind and an element to be named later, let’s check in on the latest with a few of your intrepid Dodger heroes. 474 more words

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Now Batting for the American League….

Now Batting for the American League….

1/26/16

     

      Every single level, in Little league to college, In Middle school to high school pitchers Hit, From College to every NATIONAL League team in the MLB… So why not in the American League? 1,097 more words

Sports

Dances with Trades #7 -Kershaw's Stamp

I’ve been very lucky so far this year acquiring some great new trading partners.

First, Marc from REMEMBER THE ASTRODOME knocked off more than 100 from my 1984 wantlist. 290 more words

Trading With Bloggers

Seager's strongest shots

By Jon Weisman

Something I was simply curious about (and I’m not suggesting there’s any deep meaning to it) was the quality of pitcher that Corey Seager hit the hardest during his September trial. 100 more words

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