(Pic Above: TwitPic: DylanHernandez)
- Dodger fans were heard loud and clear in Anaheim. As LFP says,
"The TV cameras showed the players in the dugout while you were yelling LETS GO DODGERS! and you could see it light up their faces. Maybe now the press will realize we never gave up on the team. Just the owner."
- Smart Money looks at 7 lessons from the Dodger bankruptcy, here.
- Dylan Hernandez writes about what impresses Don Mattingly most about Dee Gordon at the LA Times.
- Bill Shaiken tells us about the kind of things McCourt is seeking through the discovery process. This could all get very interesting.
- The Infield Dirt tells us about the Baseball Reliquary as they present a new exhibit called the Patriotic Pitch: The Empire of Baseball at the Pasadena Central Library.
- Beyond the Boxscore takes a look at how run scoring varies from inning to inning.
- David Pinto of Baseball Mussings passes along a interesting study from The American Economic Review on racial bias by home plate umpires on calling taken pitches.
- What a great website. Baseball in Wartime. And to think, it's been around for 10 years, and this is the first time I've run across it. A big thanks to Tom at Baseball by the Letters for pointing it out.
- ESPN gets it right with this short video. (Hat Tip: LFP)