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Mets 2015 Trade Deadline Trade Value: Part 1 of 2

Each year at the All Star Break, FanGraphs’ Dave Cameron releases a project called the Trade Value Series in which he writes about the 50+ most valuable trade chips in baseball. He’s been doing this since 2005, with a list he points out included such luminaries as Daniel Cabrera and Bobby Crosby (Cameron is a […]
Via Mets Merized Online
July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

The end of Dodgerfilms?

MLB Advanced Media is responsible for many great features of baseball’s current media outreach, such as MLB At Bat and MLB.TV. Even is an aspect of MLB Advanced Media or MLBAM, which is on its way to bringing in a billion dollars of annual revenue. As cited in this article on Forbes, MLBAM has become a premier streaming service for a multitude of sports and companies,...
Via Baseball Essential
July 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Fan who filmed himself catching home runs at Dodger Stadium asked to stop

You might remember Bobby Crosby -- the Dodger fan who filmed himself twice this season catching a home run ball in the Dodger Stadium left field pavilion. He has a YouTube channel with clips of all his catches called Dodgerfilms. Apparently he’s been asked by the Dodgers to stop filming. In a video he recently posted to his channel he explained that he had suddenly been asked...
Via Fox Sports
July 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Dodger fan films himself catching home run ball, twice

On Sunday, Dodger fan Bobby Crosby caught a home run ball off the bat of Alex Guerrero in the left field pavilion at Dodger Stadium. He recorded it on his camcorder…and this was the second time this season that this has happened. Crosby has actually recorded himself catching many balls (at least 50) hit into the seats throughout the years and posted them to his Dodgerfilms Youtube...
Via Fox Sports
May 25, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Dodger fan films himself catching home run

On May 2nd, Aaron Hill of the Arizona Diamondbacks hit a home run that a fan happened to catch on a fly. Nothing too exciting; it happens all the time, right? The difference here is that this fan videotaped him catching this home run ball. Now that’s pretty impressive. Bobby Crosby (DodgerFilms) films himself catching a home run. The guy in this video is Bobby Crosby, but he...
Via Baseball Essential
May 05, 2015  |  Discuss

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