Exhibition finale chat

Ned Colletti spoke to Steve Mason and John Ireland on ESPN 710 AM about Andre Ethier. “I don’t have any interest in moving him, trading him, anything,” Colletti said.

  • Here are some ESPNLosAngeles.com and True Blue L.A. staff predictions on the Dodgers. I’m Scrooge.
  • The Dodgers have officially unveiled their memorial patch for Duke Snider and set August 9 as the date they will honor his memory at Dodger Stadium.
  • Tonight’s starting pitcher, Rubby De La Rosa, and Jerry Sands won the 2011 Jim and Dearie Mulvey Award, given to the top rookie in Dodger camp as voted on by the Dodger coaches.
  • Clayton Kershaw will donate $100 per 2011 strikeout to a nonprofit organization fighting poverty in Africa, where his wife has been deeply involved in charitable efforts.
  • The LADodgerTalk interview series with Logan White concludes with Part 4.
  • Lucas May, sent to Kansas City in last summer’s Scott Podsednik trade, was designated for assignment by the Royals.
  • Jamie Moyer will spend his age 48 year as an ESPN “Baseball Tonight” analyst before trying to complete his comeback from Tommy John surgery next year at age 49.
  • Cardboard Gods fought AT&T, and AT&T won — but so did Josh Wilker’s readers.

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Mariners at Dodgers, 7:10 p.m.

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