It seems there is no stopping the avalanche of good news that keeps pouring out of Chavez Ravine lately.
Frank McCourt is now a distant memory. Bookish and incompetent Paul DePodesta and his Triple A-caliber roster now seem a lifetime removed.
Moreover, the ink is just now drying on the Guggenheim group's most recent blockbuster deal, this time for slugger Adrian Gonzalez.
But in perhaps the best news of all, Vin Scully, the team's iconic broadcaster, has decided to return to the booth in 2013 for another season of syrupy-smooth play-by-play calls.
The Hall of Fame broadcaster plans to complete an unprecedented 64th season in 2013 in which he will again call all Dodger home and road games in California and Arizona.
An important factor in Scully's decision has been the new ownership's recent commitment to winning demonstrated in several recent trades for pricey talent.
“The new ownership of the Dodgers has revitalized the city, the team, the fans and...