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Sports enthusiast serving as DodgersNation.com host/reporter. Proud USC graduate in a CA state of Mind. Dodgers, Lakers, Broncos, Trojans and Kings fan! I have a million jobs, but you guys are my first priority <3 Tweet me @EHernandezTV.
Whittier College Alumnus.
Editor In Chief of Dodgers Nation.
Lifelong Dodgers fan.
Jeremy M. Evans is the Managing Attorney at California Sports Lawyer®, representing sports, entertainment, and business professionals in their contract, negotiation, and intellectual property matters. Evans is an award-winning attorney and community leader based in Los Angeles.
Originally from Southern California, and currently stationed in Northern Virginia, Brian is a devoted Dodgers fan, and has been since he was a kid. He's an Active Duty member of the U.S Air Force, and has been serving for the last 16 years. While he loves all things sports related, and supports all his teams (Lakers, Steelers, L.A Kings, & USC) his true passion is the Dodgers, and loves writing about the boys in blue.
Chris was born in raised in Southern California where he attended CSULB. As a lifelong fan, Chris has strong opinions about all things Dodgers. He lives in the Bay Area, but proudly wears his Dodger Blue whenever he can. He is also the founder and editor of Dodgers Chatter.
JD is a lifelong California native and currently writes for a subsidiary newspaper under the umbrella of The Madera Tribune. A passionate sports fan, JD loves the Dodgers along with the L.A. Kings, Lakers and Green Bay Packers.
I've always said if there is one thing I can count on, it is the Dodgers always being there for me. I former college baseball signee at Northwest Florida State College, whose career was cut short after tearing my UCL for a second time. I hope to deliver the best content I can for Dodgers Nation using my background as a player, as well as taking advanced statistics into account.
Jody was born and raised in Southern California. She currently splits her time between CA and CO. She has been a true blue Dodger fan since birth. She also roots heartily for the LA Kings and the Green Bay Packers. Jody firmly believes the NL should not adopt the DH. Let 'em hit.
Senior Journalism major at California State University Long Beach. Taco enthusiast, music junkie, LA born and raised. My favorite Dodger player is Kike Hernandez because who doesn't love a jokester. Follow me on twitter @yomichelle_
20 year old with an almost unhealthy obsession with all things pertaining to LA Sports (Except the Clippers). Hip-hop head and gamer in my spare time.
You can follow me on Twitter @Twest208
Gabe Burns is an award-winning journalist. He serves as a reporter and editor at the DodgersNation news desk. He additionally works as editor-in-chief of The Spectator, Valdosta State University's student paper. Gabe's work has been featured on a number of platforms, including Draft Breakdown and Pro Football Spot. His byline has been cited in media such as the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune. Aside from covering Dodgers baseball, Gabe enjoys watching the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Magic and Tampa Bay Lightning. He can be followed on Twitter at @GabeBurns_DN.
Native Angeleno, adopted Phoenician. I'm going into my junior year at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. I study sports journalism while covering a multitude of Sun Devils sports. Follow me on Twitter @OPannouncer!
As well as being a Journalism student at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, I am a passionate Dodgers fan who represents L.A. through and through (minus the Clippers). Side note: I also want nothing more than the San Francisco Giants' "even year" mantra to end.
Lifelong Dodger fan living on the beach in San Clemente; I love all things Dodgers/Lakers/Kings and Denver Broncos (#champs). Honored to be able to write about the best franchise in sports, the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Cesar recently received a BA in Literary Journalism from the University of California, Irvine. Cesar is a Los Angeles native and currently employed with UC Irvine where he works with a center that assists first generation, minority, and low-income students achieve higher education. Cesar has a strong passion for Dodger baseball and is gratified to be able to hear the greatness of Vin Scully and Chick Hearn. Cesar has been publicized in the New University newspaper, ClutchPoints, Hypun, and OC Weekly.
Passionate basketball, hockey, and baseball fan. Editor at Warriors World and SenShot. Former co-editor at Air Alamo. B.A. in political science from San Jose State University with a minor in humanities. Will attend Sacramento State University this Fall to pursue my M.A. in government.
As you would have guessed... I am a life long Dodger fan, and a native of the Los Angeles Area. Grew up in SGV and I now live in the SFV. Married to a beautiful and immensely patient woman who has given me 2, and God willing, soon to be 3 boys... Vin, Tommy, and (in December) Robinson. What you might not know is that I am a long time fan of the Arizona Cardinals, LA Lakers, LA Kings, and LA Clippers (THERE'S NO RULES MAN!). Avid chicken wing eater and record collector. I also have a sick love for economics, which means YES I AM A SUPPORTER OF THE FRONT OFFICE.
Hugo Alexander Maida
Hugo Alexander Maida is a Los Angeles native residing in San Diego. He is member of the Sports Law Fellowship Program with the Center for Sports Law and Policy at Thomas Jefferson School of Law. If he was granted one wish to meet any Los Angeles Dodgers player, it would be Jackie Robinson!
Mark is a software engineer and a lifelong Dodgers fan who has a passion for all things baseball. When he's not listening to Vin on the radio, collecting baseball cards, or pouring over stats for his fantasy teams, Mark can be found at Dodger Stadium wearing his lucky Nomo jersey.