- Big League Sports catches up with Dodgers coach Charlie Hough as a new documentary called "Knuckleball" hits the film festival circuit.
Did you ever think you would be the subject of a feature film?
A horror show maybe, but no never a film. The documentary is really the story of all those who have thrown it to varying degrees of success and really our common stories of how we got to be knuckleballers. I think it’s neat and I hope people enjoy it. It’s not your average sports film.
- Has Javy Guerra been hit with the Snuggie curse? Check out Sons of Steve Garvey for details.
- True to the Blue recaps the Kemp and Ethier signings at Frank & Sons, and shares some great photos. LA Blue Crew was at Autograph Alley at Dodger Stadium for the Tommy Davis signing on Saturday and Billy Ashley on Sunday.
- Ken Levine, the DodgerTalk former host, put up some great pics from the recent Doo Dah Parade in Pasadena this past weekend.
- This past weekend saw the Dodgers sweep the Nationals. "Chris Capuano and James Loney lead the way on Sunday, via Steve Dilbeck of the LA Times.
- With the Dodgers sale closing today I would suspect that the rumors related to the Dodgers extending Ethier will soon become reality. MLB Trade Rumors notes that it could be up to a 5 year deal at $15Mil a year.
- Sports Collectors Daily follows up on the Ted Williams Collection auction held by Hunt. It recently closed and featured his 1949 MVP Trophy that sold for $299,000.00.
- Do you remember when back in 1997 David Wells came onto the mound wearing Babe Ruth's game-used cap? Well, that same cap is now on auction at SCP, via the New York Times.
Wells said he wanted it to “look like a major league field,” and hopes to finance the renovations (at Point Loma High School in San Diego- his Alma Mater) partly with a portion of the proceeds from a memorabilia auction. Wells’s lot includes the 1930s Babe Ruth cap he bought for $35,000 and wore in the first inning of a game at Yankee Stadium
- "Party With My Friends" A Star Wars sing along.