Lets Go Dodgers

Dodger Fans

As a lifelong Dodger fan, I bleed blue like most of the Dodger faithful, but there are certain things that bothered me about the Dodger Stadium crowds during these playoffs. While watching the Royals, and (ugh) Giants face off, there was one thing that stood out like a sore thumb. Fans cheering, and standing, BEFORE something happens. Example; James Shields ... Read More »

Upcoming Signing: Don Sutton


  Los Angeles Dodger Great and 1998 MLB Hall of Fame inductee, Don Sutton, will be signing at Harry’s Dugout, Saturday, November 8th, 2014 12pm-2pm Don has not done a public autograph appearance in Los Angeles since 2001. Prices: Cards $25 Large Flats, baseballs, mini-caps, bobbleheads $50 Jerseys, Bats, Equipment, Artwork: $65 Inscriptions $20 If you’re interested in purchasing tickets, ... Read More »

2015 Dodgers’ Infield Scenario

MLB: San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers

The right side of the infield is basically a lock with Adrian Gonzalez at First, and Dee Gordon at Second. Shortstop and 3rd base, not so much. Sure Juan Uribe played a stellar 3rd base with his glove and at the plate with his bat, but he only played 63% of the time, in 102 games. That left the other, ... Read More »

2015 Starting Rotation

MLB: Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers

In 2014, the Dodgers had a pretty decent rotation until injuries took its toll on almost every starter. The starting rotation’s number #1 pitcher, Clayton Kershaw was lights out throughout the regular season, compiling a record of 21-3. Pitching right behind him in the number #2 spot was Zack Greinke, who went 17-8. The number #3 spot was occupied by ... Read More »

Clayton Kershaw: Baseball America Player Of The Year

Clayton Kershaw

On October 21st, 2014, Baseball America announced its player of the year and are you surprised it was none other than Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw. Sure Clayton Kershaw may wear jersey #22, but he is #1 in the eyes of all of baseball. Clayton Kershaw pitched to a impressive 1.77 Earned Run Average which led all of baseball, ... Read More »

Upcoming Signings: 2014 Dodgerfest

Hall of Fame Sports

Upcoming Signing: #Dodgersfest 2014 at Frank & Sons Collectibles in the City of Industry Saturday, November 1st, 2014 The event is free, signings require tickets. These Dodgers will be signing: Dusty Baker, Reggie Smith, Don Newcombe, Tim Wallach, Mickey Hatcher, Stan Williams, Jerry Reuss, Steve Garvey, Ron Cey, Davey Lopes, Bill Russell, Mike Brito JSA Authentication will be available for ... Read More »

Upcoming Signing: Adrian Gonzalez

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Upcoming Signing: Dodgers 1st Baseman Adrian Gonzalez January 17, 2015 Location: Frank & Sons  Collectibles, hosted by Honabach & Sons Time: TBA Prices Small Item: Ticket is good ONE of any ONE of the following: Flats 8×10 and smaller, cards and magazines- $59 Medium Item: Ticket is good ONE of any ONE of the following: Flats 16×20 and Smaller, Baseball, ... Read More »

Hyun-jin Ryu Vows To Atone For Injury-Riddled Season


Hyun-jin Ryu now with two full Major League seasons under his belt has returned home and hopes to pitch in more games next season. In an injury riddled campaign Ryu matched his win total from his rookie season at 14. “I’ve had three injuries this year, but at least I didn’t miss as much time as some other players did,” ... Read More »

Josh Byrnes Frontrunner For Dodgers GM Job

Josh Byrnes

Sources have linked Josh Byrnes as the leading candidate for the Dodgers General Manager job. Byrnes is no stranger to the National League West. He was GM of the San Diego Padres for two and a half years before being let go by the Padres on June 22 of this year, and previously served as GM of the Arizona Diamondbacks from ... Read More »

Little League: A History Narrated By Vin Scully


From KCET Narrated by legendary baseball broadcaster Vin Scully, “Little League: A History” traces the 75-year history of the world’s largest organized youth sports program, from its humble beginnings in Williamsport, Penn. to its current status as a worldwide phenomenon. Past and present Little League players, administrators, coaches, umpires, and others reflect on the role the league played in their ... Read More »