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Tyler Skaggs Set to Return from Tommy John Surgery

It has been nearly two years since Tyler Skaggs has pitched in the MLB, thanks to a UCL tear that resulted in Tommy John surgery. Skaggs, a 25 year-old, figures to be a key part in turning around the Angels’ pitching staff. 119 more words

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30 With Murti Podcast: Years Later, Mike Scioscia Is Still Battling

NEW YORK (WFAN) — Now in his 17th season, Angels skipper Mike Scioscia is the longest tenured manager in the majors.

In this week’s episode of the “30 With Murti” podcast, Scioscia talks about growing up in Philadelphia, climbing the rungs as a player in the Dodgers organization, and reflects on some of the highlights of his career, including his home run off Doc Gooden in the 1988 NLCS that silenced Shea Stadium. 74 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - July 11, 2016


At the All Star Break, I take a look at what players are in the leading spot for awards like MVP and Cy Young.

And I references the Coen Brothers as a way to reconcile the fact that Mike Trout probably won’t win the AL MVP. 78 more words

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Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - July 11, 2013

On July 11, 2013, I wondered if the 2002 World Series was keeping Mike Scioscia employed.

Enjoy this Podcast Rewind

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – July 11, 2013

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Can't... lift... arm... or... speak... at... normal... rate.

Dr. Hibbert: Uh, Mike, try to lift your arm.

Mike Scioscia: Can’t… lift… arm… or… speak… at… normal… rate.

Dr. Hibbert: Well, I’m afraid you have a case of acute radiation poisoning, Mr. 28 more words

You will give one hundred and ten percent.

Hypnotist: You are all very good players.

All the players: We are all very good players.

Hypnotist: You will beat Shelbyville.

All the players: We will beat Shelbyville. 37 more words

1976: 'Dodgers of the Future'

Forty years ago in the official team program, here’s what the Dodgers’ top prospects looked like, from the familiar to the forgotten.

— Jon Weisman

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