Dodgers links: Brawl, Frank McCourt, NFL in L.A., Yasiel Puig

Christopher Hanewinckel-US PRESSWIRE

Los Angeles might still be frustrated with Arizona after Wednesday's brawl, Yasiel Puig has very high expectations already, injury updates, and Frank McCourt might not be gone yet.

A lot has happened to the Dodgers in the past 48 hours.

According to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, Frank McCourt could be the sole landlord if the NFL were to exist on the Dodger Stadium site.

The brawl had ended almost 20 hours earlier, but ESPN's Mark Saxon wrote about how the Dodgers' "score remains unsettled."

The unwritten rules of baseball pop up from time to time when certain events transpire on the diamond. According to Jayson Stark, multiple unwritten rules were followed prior to the start of the brawl on Tuesday.

Mark Saxon also wrote about Yasiel Puig's unfair expectations in this excellent piece.

Hanley Ramirez should be back soon (as in, starting Friday in Pittsburgh), A.J. Ellis is almost done with rehab, and other injury updates from Ken Gurnick and Austin Laymance at MLB.com.

Over at Dodger Thoughts, Bob Timmermann takes issue with USA Today's Bob Nightengale laughably saying "the brawl might have saved the Dodgers' season."

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