Dodgers news ...
The Los Angeles Times writes about the friendship between SportsNet LA broadcasters Joe Davis and Orel Hershiser.
On paper, the two seemed like a mismatch. Hershiser is a baby boomer, Davis a millennial. They were raised during different eras of baseball. By the time Hershiser made his final All-Star game in 1989, Davis hadn’t had his second birthday.
But in the booth, their approaches are in lockstep. It has forged a friendship that comes across on the air — in the form of tales from the road, discussions about the direction of the game, and their ability to give games a big-time feel.
The Athletic’s Pedro Moura writes about Walker Buehler’s success since April. It was perfect timing, since it was published before Buehler went out and had another stellar outing.
Around the league ...
Six legendary baseball players made their way into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.
The ongoing concern about hard hit foul balls continued on Sunday after Francisco Lindor’s foul ball hit a young child.
Pete Alonso cleanly broke his bat and Cut4 examined the breakage.