By now, hopefully you’ve all heard about ThinkCure, the new charity that has been created by the Dodgers, City of Hope and Childrens Hospital Los Angeles that we really think is going to become a major force in the charitable landscape in Los Angeles. This was publicly launched yesterday at Dodger Stadium, so be sure to see what it’s all about.
In addition to that, we obviously made a trade yesterday, which usually makes for a busy day just on its own. We are expecting Scott Proctor to arrive at the stadium today, so I’m assuming there will be another move made prior to game time and once I know what it is, I’ll try to let everyone know, along with the lineup.
But as if those two weren’t enough to keep everyone on their toes, we had between 400-500 media members here as part of the Bonds Home Run Watch, which stretched our capabilities to the limits. For the most part, everyone seemed to be able to cover the event and bring the "news" (or lack thereof) to all of you in a timely fashion, which was our main goal. It really did have a feeling of a postseason game yesterday and I’m guessing more of the same will take place today and tomorrow.
Unfortunately, the results of the game weren’t great but they’re back at it again this evening. For now, it’s back to work…
UPDATE: Tonight’s lineup:
Still no word on what move will be made for Proctor or if that guy on the other team is in the lineup.
Another Update: Bonds is in the lineup