The Los Angeles Dodgers vanquished the Milwaukee Brewers today by the score of 6-2, but there was other news going on. For instance, Yasiel Puig was named one of the most hated players in the 21st century as far as baseball goes. So that’s fun! Also, more news was out there. Enjoy today’s Dodgers Credits!

Dodgers Nation

Dodgers Local | Blogs

  • A leadership council camp helped Los Angeles rookies. [Los Angeles Daily News]
  • Yaisel Sierra is scheduled to come out of the bullpen sometime this week. [J.P. Hoornstra]
  • Scott Kazmir found his rhythm in the team’s “B” game today. [True Blue LA]
  • Los Angeles finally has great catching depth on their team. [Dodgers Digest]
  • Fernando Valenzuela is going to throw the first pitch at Mexico’s WBC game. [Dodger Insider]

Dodgers National

  • The team is hopeful that Corey Seager can play Opening Day. [MLB.com]
  • A.J. Ellis is lifted by Austin Peay’s NCAA berth for March Madness. [MLB.com]
  • Corey Seager has talent that Los Angeles can nurture. [The New York Times]
  • Eric Karabell evaluated the team’s rookie shortstop today. [ESPN]
  • Clayton Kershaw felt great and stretched out his start yesterday. [MLB.com]
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2 Responses

  1. LucianoBeltran

    So you say Puig is the most hated baseball player but where are your facts?

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  2. Robert Hamilton

    I wonder if Donald Trump helped with the list. I would think that Bryce Harper, a player in need of anger management is on this so called list. Then maybe the steroid using MVP Ryan Braun’s name may pop up. Then maybe the others that altered the historical statistics are hated like Puig is. I betcha Puig is not hated among the older players like Mays, Aaron, Schmidt, Robinson  and the likes as the steroiders are. Baseball  has always had this stupid way that everyone is supposed to play. Well everyone that plays wasn’t born here. Clemente was mocked for his language and his style of play. But guess what, nearly all outfielder one hand the ball now. As great as he was, it took martyrdom for him to achieve his rightful place in history. Puig should feel proud to be hated, knowing where it comes from.

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