Found January 10, 2013 on
Feelin' Kinda Blue:
On this episode of "Dugout Blues," Jared Massey (L.A. Dugout) and I talk about the Dodger Stadium renovations.
We also look at a few siignings the Dodgers made sign our last episode, including J.P. Howell, Alfredo Amezaga and -- the one we're most excited about -- Ariel Sandoval..
And in perhaps the greatest moment of the episode, we spending a good chunk of time ripping the Baseball Writers Association of America for not electing anyone to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday. We're particularly pissed about Mike Piazza and Jeff Bagwell being excluded.
We close with listener questions, which is quickly becoming a staple of the podcast (keep 'em coming!). Is there an Andre Ethier trade out there that makes sense? Could the Dodgers land Mike Morse in a deal?
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The free spending Los Angeles Dodgers may not be giving all their money to free agents after all. Dodger Stadium itself will be given a hand out also.
Tuesday, the Dodgers announced the details behind their earlier general statement that the 50-something year old stadium needed a few major upgrades. Fans will see improvements and additions in three main areas-stadium comfort, technological...
MLB.com: The Dodgers are making extensive upgrades to Dodger Stadium, and I have to say that it all sounds awesome.
The most obvious upgrade — and the one senior vice president of planning and development Janet Marie Smith mentioned first — is the replacement of the scoreboards located above the right- and left-field pavilions with larger, 1080 high-definition LED boards, as...
– Right handed pitcher Matt Palmer signed a Minor League deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers according to Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register. The deal includes an invitation for Spring Traning.
– The Colorado Rockies signed right handed pitcher Manny Corpas to a Minor League deal and invited him for Spring Training writes Thomas Harding of MLB.com. Corpas spent the 2012...
The Los Angeles Dodgers' roster isn't the only thing getting a multi-million-dollar makeover under new ownership. Fifty-one-year-old Dodger Stadium is undergoing an offseason renovation that will include new video boards over the left and right field pavilions (returning to the old-style hexagonal look), wider concourses, improved cell phone and wifi reception, a new home...
For the first time since 1996, no one has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Craig Biggio was 39 votes short of selection. He “killer Bs” longtime teammate Jeff Bagwell obviously fell well short too. So did Tim Raines, Mike Piazza and Don Mattingly. Ok, it was a weak class for the first ballot.
Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Rafael Palmeiro and Mark McGwire...