Dodgers Nation Makes ESPN MLB Lead Story

I’ve been spending the majority of my time over at Dodgers Nation. If you haven’t been there yet, you should head there.

We have a really great team of writers who love baseball. Every aspect of the Dodgers is brought to light, and we have a constant pulse on our readership; the greatest fans in baseball.

Yesterday I did a Q&A on the Dodgers Nation twitter account. It was a lot of fun – and it showed me how knowledgable the Dodgers fan base really is. One of the questions I answered was in regards to the Dodgers being ‘in’ or ‘out’ at the deadline.

This morning at work I check out’s MLB page. There’s a lead story on the Dodgers being more likely to rebound or miss the playoffs entirely.

In the last paragraph of the story by David Schoenfield – a guy I have read for many years – I realize something that looks familiar and causes me to sit up in my seat a bit.

Schoenfield saw the Q&A and plugged it into his story. I thought this was pretty cool. The reach of writing for a site like Dodgers Nation is truly amazing. And Dodgers baseball – good or bad – is always relevant.