The MLB Playoffs don’t require an introduction, caveat or plea for the generation of excitement. As we’ve already seen in less than one week, postseason baseball is simply magical and it continues tonight with two huge NLDS Game 4s. In an effort to pass the time this afternoon before the Cardinals and Giants attempt to
The kiss cam concept might be getting old but every now and again you get a couple gems that reinforce why it remains in existence. While these two fans, one wearing Dodgers gear and the other Giants, didn’t appear to be anything more than just another couple on the kiss cam, we quickly learned they
This poor kid. He’s obviously kind of a nerd and he just got caught eating a booger on live TV in his front row seats behind home plate. I do respect his motion, though, opting for the thumb and swift move to the back of his upper teeth. As it stands, the Dodgers and Giants
It was Babe Ruth bobblehead night at Dodger Stadium last night (he was a base coach in 1938 for Brooklyn) and the great Vin Scully treated fans to a story about the time he met the Babe. As with most of Vin’s stories, it’s perfect.
Yasiel Puig of the Dodgers struck out on Tuesday night during the 3rd inning and when he got back to the dugout he wasn’t too pleased. The young man tossed his helmet down on a ledge where it was rejected for some reason. That is when this happened… It actually isn’t that amazing, but the
Do not get in the way of Yasiel Puig when he is getting all jacked up, or you could end up like poor Hyun-Jin Ryu this Saturday. Check out the hilarious reaction Ryu gives when he walks into a very hyped Puig. [@CJZero]
Your browser does not support iframes. Well, this isn’t something you see everyday. In the fourth inning of Tuesday night’s game between the Cleveland Indians and the Los Angeles Dodgers, Adrian Gonzalez hit a fly ball into left field and it was caught by Michael Brantley who immediately rifled the ball towards home plate in
During today’s 6-0 drubbing of the St. Louis Cardinals, the Los Angeles Dodgers decided to have some fun at the expense of outfielder Scott Van Slyke by giving him a “hot foot”. A “hot foot” is when you take a book of matches and affix it to the heel of a player’s shoe. You light
So close, but juuuuuuuuust a bit outside.
We all remember — and will likely always remember — 50 Cent’s first pitch, as he provided a perfect example of how not to execute a first pitch. Meanwhile, 16-year-old actress Elle Fanning, at the Dodgers game a few days ago, provided a perfect example of how to execute a first pitch. Take note, Fifty. [content_block id=134239]
The Dodgers are squaring off against the Mets today to finish out their three game set. In the bottom of the second Yasiel’s speed got tested by a long fly ball into the gap and he did NOT disappoint.
The ‘cute’ rating on this video is off the charts as it features the phenomenal narrating of legendary Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully along with a young Dodgers fan dancing to her little heart’s desire. The young gal was decked out in Dodgers attire and as the cameras caught her dancing up a storm, Vin provided