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Dodgers to broadcast in three languages in 2014

The Los Angeles Dodgers will be the first MLB team to broadcast games in three languages in 2014 when their new TV deal goes into effect reports the LA Times. In addition to the standard English and Spanish broadcast, the Dodgers will be adding in a Korean broadcast for their games. Korean may seem like an odd choice as a third language, but the Dodgers have had a tie to Korea...
Via Awful Announcing
February 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Former Dodgers, On The Move

Here's a gaggle of stories about former Dodgers. Battletoad Vicente Padilla has an invitation to come to spring training with the Red Sox to compete for a starting role. Better hope the equipment guys bought some extra towels this offseason! BOSTON -- Newly signed Vicente Padilla will come to camp as a starter and be "in the mix" for the back end of the Red Sox rotation...
Via Sons of Steve Garvey
January 18, 2012  |  Discuss
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