Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Blog Kiosk: 3/20/2018 - Dodgers Links - Noooooo!


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Insert expletives above. Per Rowan Kavner at Dodger Insider:
Turner was hoping the X-rays would show something different, but he got the news after the game about the fracture and will talk to the doctors Tuesday to try to find out more. 
“It definitely wasn’t what I wanted to hear,” Turner said. “It started to feel better and better as I was in there doing X-rays, so I was pretty hopeful they would come back negative. You get the news, and it’s tough.”
Photo above via Nicholas Quay/Camelback Ranch at Dodger Insider. Below are more links to check out:
  • This Day in Dodgers HistoryIn 1934 the great Babe Didrikson pitched the first inning against the Dodgers during an spring training game versus the Phildalphia A's at McCurdy Field in Frederick, Maryland. She walked one and gave up no hits. In 2005 the Dodgers traded starting pitcher Kazuhisa Ishii to the Mets for catcher Jason PhillipsIn 2008 the Dodgers make their Cactus League debut. For the first time they would spend their spring training in Arizona. They would beat the White Sox in Phoenix, 8-2. 
  • Happy Birthday, Mike GriffinJoe McGinnityJohnny ButlerJim GoldenTerry McDermottRick ParkerWill Brunson!
  • Here's a fun flashback. Per Chris Landers at Cut4; "Watch a 19-year-old Clayton Kershaw pitch for Team USA in the 2007 Futures Game."
  • Per Matt Jaffe at Los Angeles Magazine; "The Voices of the Dodgers Sound Off on the Team’s 60-Year History: Vin Scully and Jaime Jarrín reflect on the team’s early days."
  • Via Ruth Ruiz at TC Palm; "Vero Beach's Holman Stadium celebrates 65 years of baseball history." 
  • Via Eric Stephen at True Blue LA; "Adam Liberatore, Jake Peter sent to minors as Dodgers cut 4 more."
  • As mentioned yesterday, the Dodgers will pay tribute to Kirk Gibson's 1988 World Series home run by permanently marking a commemorative seat located in the Right Field Pavilion where the walk-off landed during Game 1. The “Kirk Gibson seat” is the first seat at Dodger Stadium to be marked in tribute to a historic event. To the right is a mockup of what that seat will look like. Per a Dodgers press release:
Section 302, Row D, Seat 1 in the Right Field Pavilion will be painted blue and adorned with Gibson’s painted signature, as well as a historical marker. Tickets for the Kirk Gibson seat and a companion seat must be purchased as a pair at Dodgers.com/Gibson and will cost $300.  The purchase price includes two commemorative t-shirts and food and drink in the Coca-Cola All-Inclusive Right Field Pavilion. $200 of the $300 purchase price will be donated to the Kirk Gibson Foundation to raise money and awareness for Parkinson’s Research.


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