Eric Karros and Mark McGwire are featured in the photo above, via Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers 2014.
- Here's a 360º tour of the Dodgers Weight Room at Camelback Ranch, via the @Dodgers on twitter.
- Ron Cervenka at Think Blue LA has some updated construction photos from Dodger Stadium.
- Miguel Rojas, a slick-fielding infielder vying for a job, just beat Kershaw, via a tweet from @markasaxon.
Apparently, Miguel Rojas does have great hands. He just beat reigning champ Clayton Kershaw in ping pong
— Mark Saxon (@markasaxon) February 18, 2014
- BTW, the Dodgers annual ping pong doubles tournament has just begun, via Josh Tucker at Dodger Insider.
- Via Mark Saxon at ESPN, "Seth Rosin hopes to deliver on promise". Rosin was a Rule 5 Draft pick, so the Dodgers have to place him on the roster to keep him.
- Via Ken Gurnick at MLB.com, "Mattingly ensuring Hanley is not distracted".
"It's a conversation I wanted to have. I didn't want it hanging out there," said Mattingly. "I've been a player, I know. He knows what I think about him as a player."
- Mark Langill at Dodger Insider writes a piece titled, "Remembering Walter Alston".
- 2014 Topps Tribute officially comes out today. Below are some preview pics, via Topps facebook page. Do you see that '1 of 1' Puig batknob? It's gorgeous.
- Via Jesse Sanchez at MLB.com, "Puig's impact goes beyond the field for Dodgers".
"New ownership came in and asked what were some of the things we needed to do immediately, and we said, 'We need to get engaged in Latin America like today,' and they said, 'Let's go,"' Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti said. "Puig became available and we made a push to sign him, but also to serve notice to other players in Latin America that we are back and we are real and we'll spend money for talent."
- Via Ben Badler at Baseball America, he shares a video from a Cuban League Baseball game, and it features a brawl on the field you will not believe.
- This isn't great news. The Bob Feller Museum in Iowa is in financial trouble, via Tommy Birch at the Des Moines Register.
Feller “was the engine that powered that museum,” DiBiasio said. “With his passing, the business model is just not working.”
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