Tommy Lasorda is hanging around Camelback Ranch to meet with fans, sign autographs and promote a new book about his life and career. Be sure to check him out at the stadium this afternoon from noon to 2:00 PM to have him sign "Tommy Lasorda: My Way."
Photo at the top via Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers. Go here to check out more photos from Jon from yesterday. Below are some more links to check out:
- Will Ferrell now has a page at Baseball-Reference. Check it out here.
- Jorge Arangure Jr. of Vice Sports tries to find out who shut down the Ned Colletti twitter parody account @DodgerzGM, "The Strange Saga of the Dodgers and a Twitter Parody Account." BTW, the person who ran that parody account started a new one called @Ned2point0. Check out their first post below. Ha Ha!
*Gun pointed at my head* "No, I wasn't suspended because of the real Ned Colletti. He is great man with a terrific sense of humor."
— Ned2point0 (@Ned2point0) March 13, 2015
- Just more delays. It's appearing more likely that we'll again not have SportsNet LA on a a majority of Southland TV screens this coming season. Via Meg James at the LA Times, "FCC delays review of Comcast-Time Warner Cable and AT&T-DirecTV mergers."
- Via Mike Ozanian at Forbes.com, "Potential Sale Of Stake In Los Angeles Dodgers To South Koreans Values Team at $3 Billion."
- Here's a great story about a Dodger pitcher with an interesting WWII story. Via Ken Gurnick at MLB.com, "German pilot gives Coulombe a shot at Dodgers roster."
"I wouldn't be here," said Coulombe, who has thrown two scoreless innings this spring. "If the pilot had followed orders, my grandfather would have died. It's crazy to think."
- Via Matthew Mesa at Dodger Insider, "Dodger Stadium hosting 20th Annual L.A. Community Job Fair on March 28."
- Cards that Never Were made a fantastic 1978 fantasy Steve Garvey Topps MVP card. Check it out here.
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