Camelback Ranch is Where It’s At

February 24, 2012

The pitchers, catchers and a few position players are already hard at work in Arizona.

In case you haven’t heard, Official Dodgers photographer Jon SooHoo has a blog where he shares some of his great pictures. It is at and I have added the link to the sidebar. To me, his blog is what the Inside the Dodgers blog should have been. He gives us a look at the team without any sales pitch.


Only a Few Days Left…

February 16, 2012

…before the pitchers and catchers report to Camelback.

A link on the Dodgers Twitter feed had a picture of Matt Kemp and equipment manager Mitch Poole standing next to the Dodger truck at Camelback Ranch.  Crzblue’s Dodger Blue World showed that picture, as well as a great shot of Gary Carter standing next to Mike Sciosia.

Other items of note from the Dodgers News feed on the sidebar:

Outsite the Dodgers got a shout-out on this blog:

I was asked to write a guest post after getting a free ebook on Amazon and tweeting my appreciation to the author.

Dodger Bloggers Softball Tournament

February 10, 2012

There will be a softball tournament for teams consisting of Dodger bloggers this Saturday, Feb 11 at the West Covina Dream Fields.  The event will support the Los Angeles Food Bank and all participants are asked to bring a box or bag of food or personal products.  Details can be found at

I didn’t try to organize an Outside the Dodgers team due to the small amount of regular posters, the great distances that some of us would have to travel and our demographics.  It is now too late to join one of the teams, but not to come hang out and meet some of your fellow bloggers.  

Participating Blogs

The Left Field Pavilion
Vin Scully is my homeboy
Dodger Thoughts
True Blue LA
Sons of Steve Garvey
Mike Scioscia’s tragic illness
Opinion of Kingmans performance
Save the Dodgers
Dodger Bobble
Dodger Diaries

Getting closer to the Spring

February 3, 2012

We are now in February and only a couple of weeks away from the pitchers and catchers reporting date.  Getting closer but not getting better.  This off-season has been another dud.  The Dodgers look worse coming into the upcoming season than they did last year.  What are the chances that Kemp And Kershaw will improve upon their great season last year?  Ned is betting the farm on Ethier, Loney and Uribe having vastly better performance this year.
Meanwhile, I can hardly wait to see what Ned’s next move will be.