Archive for the ‘Dodgers’ Category

Frivolties: 27 Days

Monday, January 14th, by JohnBowen

What are some baseball-y things having to do with the number 27?

NL MVP – Who’s your pick?

Monday, November 21st, 2011 by JohnBowen

Verlander has his award, who will carry the day in the NL?

MLB Gold Gloves: Who are your picks?

Saturday, October 29th, 2011 by JohnBowen

The awards have been picked! Did you agree?

Monday, April 25th, 2011 by Chuck

By: Bob Owens
As you’re all aware by now, I’m sure, MLB took control of the day to day operations of the Los Angeles Dodgers last Wednesday. As part of his statement in making the announcement, Commissioner Bud Selig noted “deep concerns regarding the finances and operations and a responsibility to protect the best interest of [...]

Journey to the Top Finally Ends for Dodgers’ John Lindsey

Friday, September 10th, 2010 by Chuck

Before one can reach the end of a journey, there must first be a beginning. For John Lindsey, his journey began in 1995, when the 6′3″ first baseman out of Hattiesburg High School in Mississippi was Colorado Rockies thirteenth round pick in the June draft.
Lindsey’s pro career started off the same as most every other [...]

Food for Thought

Thursday, August 26th, 2010 by Chuck

Joe Girardi’s contract with the Yankees expires following the 2010 season.
Girardi has long been a favorite of Chicago Cubs General Manager Jim Hendry, who, ironically, have a managerial opening for 2011.
Former Yankees great Don Mattingly, Joe Torre’s bench coach during his final years in New York and now with the Dodgers, will manage this off-season [...]

Saturday, December 12th, 2009 by JohnBowen

John Bowen takes a look at the best seasons in Los Angeles Dodgers history from Maury Wills’s MVP effort in 1962 to Beltre’s contract year performance in 2004.