A real off day

From what I understand, it was a very quiet day at Dodgertown today, with everyone but Randy Wolf getting a day off. I’m still away from Vero Beach until the weekend and I head back on Sunday night, but things will pick back up again tomorrow with a split squad game, followed by the Red Sox and Daisuke Matsuzaka (and 100 media members in tow).

With the first telecast on KCAL 9 coming on Saturday, Vin Scully arrived in Dodgertown today, as did Frank and Jamie McCourt. Be sure to watch the game that day, as St. Patrick’s Day will be highlighted with green jerseys, green bases and plenty of good baseball, we hope.

The rest of the front office is back here in LA, getting things ready for Opening Day. It never ceases to amaze us how quickly this creeps up and how much has to get done before the Freeway Series. But, without sounding too corny, it’s something we all take pride in doing because we really do want to make this the best fan experience in all of baseball and hopefully you will all agree that it is…


  1. graffitigenius@hotmail.com

    no its probably in tow. hes towing all the journalists around with his mystique. and his gyroball, and hes japanese. i thought it was funny saito is pitching a b game friday, instead of being subjected to all that senseless media hype and questions about how many times they played each other in japan , or what restaurant they both liked back home. can i please stop hearing that joke nickname ” dice K “? how ignorant is that? its not that hard to say daisuke.

  2. max_power_05@yahoo.com

    daisuke is pronounced Dice K anyways. Dice K is just an easier way for “ignorant” people to read it.

  3. graffitigenius@hotmail.com

    i know your smarter than that max power. its really easy to pronounce, anyone that went to high school should be able to pronounce that properly without having to sound that dumb.

  4. max_power_05@yahoo.com

    in japan, in america, in any park of the world were there is spoken word Daisuke is pronounced “DICEK” not “DI-SU-KEY”

  5. puppyhead01@hotmail.com

    Don’t have to be “ignorant” to not understand Japanese phonetics…I thought it was Die-SU-kay.

  6. leamans@mail.lincoln.leon.k12.fl.us

    I’m going to move this thread along a little with a question. I’m taking my family down to Dodgertown next Thursday to see the good guys beat the Orioles and was wondering if anyone had any advice to make the trip even more meaningful. What time does the team sign autographs, is there anything else to see at Dodgertown, where is “Campy’s Corner”, anything you all can think of would be appreciated.

    GO BLUE!!!

  7. max_power_05@yahoo.com

    i thought it was Die-SU-Kay at first but ive been told by japanese students from japan at my school that its pronounced DICE-KAY

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