- Vanity Fair talks about the Dodger divorce.
- Versus to air “Out. The Glenn Burke Story.” It's a story about former Dodger Burke as the first openly gay ballplayer, via Critics Choice.
- Don Mattingley declares 2012 as the year for the Dodgers and Kings, via Mayors Manor.
- Check out this Australian's Dodger experience.
- Rubby De La Rose, the newest member of the Tommy John Club. Other Dodger members talk about it, via Ken Gurnick.
"Kuo was a role model for all of us that have had the operation. We talked about him a lot, the guys going through it. We all admired what he went through. We've seen how he's battled to come back, and it makes you want to battle back, too."
- I had not realized how pervasive fake cards from China are. Check out Bad Wax's story about a Padre fan who was scammed on eBay and only realized they were fakes several years later when he tried to cash in.
- Foul Bunt goes to Cooperstown.
- I want to see more of this. SCD writes about the recent arrest on the floor of The National. This dealer knowingly sold uniforms known as non-game-used as game-used. The US Postal Service is involved which means potential federal penalties. I hope this provides a warning to other likekind dealers. Coach's Corner- I'm looking at you!
- Listen to the original Dodger Stadium organist, Helen Dell, play "Take Me Out to the Ballgame."