Ed’s Stadium Stories V.3: The Help

Ed’s Stadium Stories V.3 Being able to be apart of a Major League baseball team has its perks. Even though I wasn’t a player, or a even a damn ball boy, it was still fun seeing and being apart of something special as Dodgers Stadium. Long days, long nights and those back-to-back night to day games were probably the worst since I was commuting far … Continue reading Ed’s Stadium Stories V.3: The Help

DLD Rewind: Dodgers Spoil the Return of Puig, Sweep Reds

A number of different story lines carried the Dodgers into this three-game set with the Reds at Chavez Ravine. Whether it was the return of Yasiel Puig, Clayton Kershaw’s debut, Joc Pederson’s first walk-off home run in his baseball career, or the centennial celebration of the life of Jackie Robinson, this series was one to remember. Game One On Jackie Robinson day, the Dodgers opened … Continue reading DLD Rewind: Dodgers Spoil the Return of Puig, Sweep Reds

Dodgers Prospects – Looking Good Early

The Los Angeles Dodgers have done a fantastic job in many facets of the organization. Obviously, at the major league level. Two World Series appearances the last two seasons and a respectable start to the 2019 season. What is not as evident is the franchise as a whole. Dodger fans should rejoice in knowing that such prospects as Dustin May, D.J. Peters, Keibert Ruiz, Tony … Continue reading Dodgers Prospects – Looking Good Early

Bellinger X-Rays Return Negative After Hit-By-Pitch Versus Reds

During the third inning of the Dodgers’ 4-3 win over the Reds at Chavez Ravine on Monday, Luis Castillo of the Reds let go of a 95.5 MPH fastball at the knees of Cody Bellinger. The pitch, Castillo’s fourteenth of the inning, sailed inside on Bellinger and hit him flush on the side of his right knee, knocking him to the ground and forcing him … Continue reading Bellinger X-Rays Return Negative After Hit-By-Pitch Versus Reds

DLD Rewind: The Dodgers Drop Two of Three in an NLCS Rematch

The Dodgers returned to Chavez Ravine after tough seven-game road trip and unfortunately couldn’t get it done to get a series win. However, the team was capable of grabbing one to wrap the series up on a high note. Here’s how it went down this weekend: Game One The Dodgers and the Brewers were back to their old ways of the 2018 National League Championship … Continue reading DLD Rewind: The Dodgers Drop Two of Three in an NLCS Rematch