Check out this fantastic colorized attempt of a legendary photograph taken by George Bain of the Dodger dugout during the 1916 World Series. It was shared by r/IckyChris on r/colorization Reddit. From left to right: centerfielder Hi Myers, manager Wilbert Robinson, and an unknown mascot/bat boy.
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- You're welcome, Clayton! Via his twitter:
Ending Twitter hibernation to thank everyone who voted for me! Very cool to see the turn out regardless of the results!— Clayton Kershaw (@ClaytonKersh22) July 10, 2015
- Jon Weisman at Dodger Insider thinks he still might make it to the All-Star - as the first alternate should any pitcher be unable to attend.
- The Dodgers make another roster move by picking up Preston Guilmet off waivers, via a tweet from Ken Rosenthal.
- Via Jon Weisman at Dodger Insider, "Dodgers claim Preston Guilmet, designate Chris Reed for assignment."
Guilmet, 27, has 21 innings of Major League experience with a 6.43 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and 7.7 K/9. In Triple-A this year, he has a 1.84 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 8.6 K/9. The Dodgers are his third organization this year, after the Rays claimed him from the Blue Jays on May 13.
- Via Eric Stephen at True Blue, "Brandon Beachy will start Saturday for Dodgers." He last pitched almost two years ago, and this will be his first start as a Dodger.
"Yesterday when we talked I didn't think he would be the starter today. We knew phyiscally he was ready, just through the trainers and how he's been doing and bouncing back," Mattingly said. "He's had some conversations with Farhan [Zaidi, general manager] and some of the guys, and absolutely feels like he's ready to go. That's what we needed to hear. We weren't worried about the physical part, it was more the mental side, and he sounds ready to go."
- Via Bernie Pleskoff at MLB.com, "Scouting profile: Cody Bellinger."
Bellinger can hit. Not at all flashy, he has a very uncomplicated, easy swing. Bellinger makes good contact, using the barrel of the bat to consistently hit line drives to the right-center-field gap or down the right-field line. He gets out in front of the ball with quick wrists and above-average, but not elite, bat speed. A disciplined hitter with very good mechanics, it will be very surprising if Bellinger doesn't hit for a high batting average throughout his career.
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