Howard Cole talks about a missed opportunity to trade for Christian Yelich.
Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Times did a feature on Alex Verdugo and the personality he brings to the squad.
Dodgers Organist, Dieter Ruehle takes the LA Times behind the scenes.
And speaking of "Volver, Volver," here is Dodgers organist @DieterRuehle explaining how he uses his organ's accordion setting to play the Vicente Fernandez banger and "La Chona," yet another fan favorite https://t.co/7loyAHoKJS pic.twitter.com/i0i2vJmpX2— L.A. Times Sports (@latimessports) April 23, 2019
Around the league...
Rockies’ Nolan Arenado had himself a night. On Monday, Arenado notched his 1,000th career hit with a home run. He is just the ninth player in Rockies history to reach this many hits.
Nolan goes BIG for hit No. 1,000. pic.twitter.com/BpYYxjqV2p— MLB (@MLB) April 23, 2019
An updated list of the MLB Power Rankings. The Dodgers jumped from the No. 3 to the No. 2 spot. The only team ahead of them? The Houston Astros.
Peter Bourjos played ... 2nd base on Monday night?
The @Angels are out of position players and are forfeiting the DH.— Cut4 (@Cut4) April 23, 2019
So for the first time ever, Peter Bourjos is playing 2nd base. pic.twitter.com/ZM0FpXtYYw
Bryce Harper was ejected from Citi Field on Monday, after yelling at umpire Mark Carlson from the dugout.
“It was Harper’s 12th career ejection and, incredibly, the first Phillies player to get ejected from a game since Justin De Fratus on June 16, 2015. Harper is second among active players in ejections, trailing only Matt Kemp, who has 14 and entered the majors six years before Harper.” —David Schoenfield, ESPN
Hall of Famer Mike Piazza was featured in a Mets Insider blog post, talking about his most memorable home runs.
More weird (or fun) baseball happened in Anaheim on Monday night.
It's the 14th inning at 2:42 am and Trevor Cahill is a......— Cut4 (@Cut4) April 23, 2019
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