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.
I think they're going to end up short of all-in, but they will absolutely do something to bolster the squad if it's justified. Team just needs to avoid a complete collapse in the meantime and hover around .500 or a few above https://t.co/KkpQCBHDsQ
— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) May 10, 2018
This morning at work I check out ESPN.com’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.