Just as this photo says...
It was very VER cool to see Fernando "pitch" at Dodger Stadium last night... Here is what I was able to capture on my phone:
Not to mention, Mike Brito in his panama hat?! sweet addition.
Oh, and you can hear Vin calling Gibby's bomb at the end haha.
It's not easy to try and record these precious...
The Dodgers sold more Yasiel Puig-related merchandise from Thursday
to Sunday than they had ever sold of any player over a four-day
period - more than even Manny Ramirez, Fernando Valenzuela or Hideo
Nomo, according to a team spokesperson.
Is Fernandomania overrated? Did the Los Angeles Dodgers and Manager Tommy Lasorda ruin Fernando Valenzuela’s career in his first eight starts?
Let’s take a look at the 1981 season game log data.
On Fernando Valenzuela Bobblehead Night at Dodger Stadium, the only bobbling witnessed was that of Los Angeles' grasp on the National League West race.
With a 4-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants Tuesday night, the Dodgers dropped their second game in a row to open the three-game series against their fellow divisional contenders and for the second consecutive homestand have...
The New York Mets have never thrown a no-hitter in 50 years, Johan Santana changed that on Friday by throwing a no-hitter against the St. Louis Cardinals at Citi Field.
Santana, 33, held the Cardinals hitless in an 8-0 victory in front of 27,069 fans at Citi Field. The left-hander walked five and threw 134 pitches.
The Cardinals last saw a no-hit 22 years ago when Fernando Valenzuela...
“I’ve never heard of anyone pulling fat.” — Fernando Valenzuela
If you haven’t had an opportunity to check out Rob Kelley’s take on the Mariano Rivera story, please go check that out here. He said what needed to be said in this instance. It is unfortunate that it needs to be said at this point, but it needed to be said. There will be a number of stories on...
We’re hopping in the wayback machine and not stopping until we arrive in September of 2010. I hit up Dodgers Day at the LA County Fair and had the pleasure of meeting Steve Garvey, Maury Wills, and Steve Sax. Fernando Valenzuela was also signing, but I had no intention of being at the fairgrounds for
DALLAS –– Before Fernando Valenzuela and Pedro Martinez, there was Luis Tiant. During his major league debut against the Yankees on July 19, 1964, the right-hander stepped onto the mound and dazzled for the Cleveland Indians, fanning 11 batters en route to a shutout victory. That outing would establish the foundation for the rest of his career. After stints with the Minnesota...
The Dodgers' legacy is nothing if not one of trailblazing, from Jackie Robinson to the move west out of Brooklyn, N.Y., from Mexico's Fernando Valenzuela to Japan's Hideo Nomo. And now, the latest Dodger to crack through a barrier and provide an opportunity for others -- Sue Falsone.