- Per John Heyman at CBS Sports, the Dodgers where willing to go big for Cliff Lee.
The Dodgers not only claimed Lee, they made offers of players for him. (Colletti and Kasten wouldn't talk about waivers or Lee, since waivers are allegedly a secret and Lee is still a Phillie, but others confirmed their involvement.)
- Taylor Nestra at Dodgers Nation writes about "Dodgers History: A Great Example Set Forth by Sandy Koufax."
- Howard Cole writes, "Koufax Bobblehead Nice, Koufax Statue Better."
- Cards that Never Were makes his own version of a Maury Wills 1962 Topps Baseball card, and it's pretty awesome. Check it out.
- Dodger Dugout reviews a children's book called "Gibby's Homer: The 1988 World Series."
- Don't expect to see the National Sports Collectors Convention back in Anaheim any time soon. Via a tweet from the National's PR group @natsportsshow.
- Emma at Crzblue's Dodger Blue World relays a great story about a found kitten near the Dodgers parking lot before yesterdays game and the man who saved him. There is something wonderful about animal rescue stories. BTW, Michael, the man who went out of his way to save the kitty, has named him Koufax.
- Jim Tracy comments on Vin Scully's call of his expletive filled tirade the other day, via Troy Renck at the Denver Post.
- "Juan Uribe's Days Could be Numbered", writes Dylan Hernandez at the LA Times.
"Whatever happens, there's nothing I can do about it," Uribe said. "I can't control that. If they want to trade me or do something else, that's something I can't control. The decision is for them to make. I'm here to do whatever they want me to do."
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