The Dodgers Network, a slow motion disaster in the making?

When Guggenheim Baseball Management took control of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012, the second most exciting outcome for the team’s fans was the prospect of a TV network that could fatten the bottom line for the club. (The clear leader for fan excitement was ridding L.A. of misunderstood great man Frank McCourt and his.) […]
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Sour times: an opposing view of Derek Jeter

An above average hitter with poor defensive skills at the second most important defensive position in baseball announced on Facebook that he will retire after the final game of the 2014 season. Naturally, the news was greeted as the most important baseball story of the year. You see, that good hitter / bad shortstop is […]
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