It’s the first anniversary of ESPNLosAngeles.com … hope you all have enjoyed the content …
Here’s what some of the other folk are up to …
- With Clayton Kershaw signed to an imaginary long-term contract, Eric Stephen of True Blue L.A. got to work on Chad Billingsley’s multiyear deal in a snowglobe.
- Could the Dodgers have matched the Brewers for the Zack Greinke trade? Phil Gurnee of True Blue L.A. explores. (Answer: Not really.)
- Former Dodger reliever Yhency Brazoban signed a minor-league deal with Texas. Brazoban had 10 strikeouts per nine innings in the Mexican League last season.
- Former Dodger prospect Joel Guzman is headed to Japan (link via Dodgerbobble).
- The 2011 Albuquerque roster gets a preview from Mike Petriello of Mike Scioscia’s Tragic Illness.
- The NBC pregame for Game 1 of the 1988 World Series is revisited by Roberto Baly of Vin Scully Is My Homeboy. (Sons of Steve Garvey offers a great salute to Baly here.)
- How did the wackiest player of the 1980s end up with the wackiest baseball card of the 1980s. Bruce Markusen writes about Mickey Hatcher at the Hardball Times.
- Farewell, Steve Landesberg.