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Converted shortstop Allen Webster served as the icing on the cake of my 2011 season as a September playoff appearance afforded me the opportunity to scout the young right-hander versus the Tennessee Smokies. And while Webster failed to make it out of the fourth inning, he showed enough for me to ...
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The long, painful nightmare that was the McCourt Era in LA will soon be coming to an end, with the news that the embattled owner has agreed to finally put the team up for sale.
I had pretty much figured Clayton Kershaw would win his first National League Gold Glove award this year,
though you know how it goes, so you can never be too sure. As for Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier, well it would be pretty sweet, but didn't give them a shot whatsoever of winning.
But hey what do you know? the dynamic trio took home the gold in the 2011 Rawlings Gold...
Per Bill Shaikin on Twitter. It's hard, now, to come up with the right words to express what this means to me, but it's a happy day, tempered with the knowledge that once I was pleased to see Fox sell, too. It's every bit as important that the next owner of the Dodgers be fiscally sound and competitively minded.
Hallelujah and amen.
Update: Here's the longer-form...
The Arizona Fall League is in full swing, and Scout.com is here to bring you all the latest coverage. Throughout the duration of the AFL schedule we’ll be providing first hand scouting reports and video on the league’s top talents. Here's a video of Los Angeles Dodgers' prospect, Kyle Russell.
Embattled owner Frank McCourt has finally relented and agreed to sell the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Days of Our Lives, the McCourt Season is nearing a close. The rollercoaster ride that is the Los Angeles Dodgers franchise has been sold, and the villainous owner Frank McCourt is being shipped out of LA as we speak. We cannot confirm if his ex-wife’s limo driver will be taking him to the airport, but, we did catch a glimpse of the custom U-Haul’s that Bud Selig has sent to...
Dodgers headed to bankruptcy court auction
LOS ANGELES -- Frank McCourt has agreed to sell the Los Angeles Dodgers, surrendering the team he fought to retain for two years and in two courts.
It's a rare day you'll hear me agree with almost any elected official, but it's hard to dispute LA County Supervisor Mike Antonovich:
"Frank McCourt's pathetic legacy from shirking responsibility in the Bryan Stow beating case was further soiled by the inference that Bryan had culpability in his own severe beating," he said.
"As a Dodger fan and an...
The Dodgers are nearing a deal with Juan Rivera and have drawn interest from a high-profile potential buyer. Here are more notes from the division...
Dodgers owner Frank McCourt will get at least $1 billion if he agrees to sell the team, according to Jon Heyman of SI.com (on Twitter). Dodger Stadium and its surrounding parking lots will likely be included in any sale.
Clayton Kershaw, Matt Kemp and Andre Ethier became the first trio of Los Angeles Dodgers to win NL Gold Gloves in the same year, and Adrian Gonzalez, Dustin Pedroia and Jacoby Ellsbury became the first three Red Sox in 32 seasons to win the AL honor together.
Los Angeles Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp and Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista took home the Silver Slugger Award on Wednesday to highlight the honors given to the top offensive performers at their respective positions.