Professional baseball writer (technically) by night / attorney by day. TBLA's self-proclaimed and de facto Traveling Correspondent has been all over the world on legal adventures and now spends his days advising folks on their estate plans while spending his nights planning out Dodger adventures while bringing a stuffed animal his sister made for luck and laughs.
Or "Elon Musk’s "Tunnel" to Dodger Stadium...where not a single shovel of dirt was moved." A special Dodgers-focused edition of INMM(B) regarding the failed Elon Musk Tunnel to Nowhere
Or "What cities will be covered during the year." Acknowledging that publishing good work takes time and I do not want to provide material that is not helpful. Halfway through the formal entries of the year, I forecast what Guides will be released by the end of the season.
The Guide explores Oracle Park in San Francisco.
Or "I have been meaning to write this letter for a long time, but events in the first week of May 2022 have forced my hand." Or "I have noticed a trend and I am tired of getting pings about fights in the Dodger Stadium parking lot."
The Guide explores Cincinnati. A Dodger Fan’s Guide to Going to a Game at the Great American Ballpark.
Or "Updates on Part 3.5 and Part 4" about Cincinnati and Oakland.
The Guide explores PNC Park in Pittsburgh. A Dodger Fan’s Guide to Going to a Game at PNC Park. The Guide makes the argument that PNC Park is, by far, the best value for a visiting Dodgers fan in the Major Leagues.
Or "Waterlogged and/or chilly over 48 hours." The Traveling Correspondent actually writes about his traveling...as a correspondent, while dodging ushers trying to eject him from the stadium.
The Guide explores the North Side of Chicago. The Inaugural Entry of the Guide. A Dodger Fan’s Guide to Going to a Game at Wrigley Field.
Or "Exhibit A of the Abusive Franchise: The Oakland Athletics" An essay in the multi-part series where the financial problems in baseball are examined in detail.