For those fans lucky enough to be invited into the Dodgers private Zoom call, boy were you lucky. A celebrity cast of fans jumped into the call, including Brad Paisley, George Lopez, Jaleel White, and so many more!
Zoom Call Highlights
If you did sit in on the Dodgers’ Zoom call, things got crazy early when George Lopez dropped in some R-rated words.
Andddd George Lopez already got muted for cursing
— Brook Smith (@brookme3) April 28, 2020
George was consistently one of the highlights of that call, going hard after the Astros. Lopez is one of the biggest celebrity Dodgers’ fans in the world, and he has really taken the cheating scandal personally. He brought it up several times on the call.
Joe Kelly was another one of the bright spots in what was an overall enjoyable fan experience provided by the Dodgers team. Kelly really got the fans riled up on Twitter when he called the popular drink ‘la crocs’ instead of La Croix. Easily a top-five moment from the stream.
Joe Kelly providing the content I am looking for. pic.twitter.com/AXoyiMTNXE
— Tim Rogers *??- SDDODGER (@SDDodger) April 28, 2020
Kelly also didn’t hesitate to put Dodgers’ teammate Kenley Jansen on blast, asking him if he was in a footlocker.
Kenley Jansen checking in from the local foot locker. pic.twitter.com/8r4BKpPWZC
— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) April 28, 2020
Aside from the Zoom call, there were several other Dodgers news stories around Twitter today as well.
- Fans who purchased Costco ticket packages to Dodgers games will NOT be refunded by the team. Instead, they will have the opportunity to be credited for 2020 games or a 2021 game instead. It’s unclear if Costo is issuing refunds on those packages.
- Dodgers fans sounded off on five things they miss most about Dodger Stadium. And believe it or not, food was near the top of many fans’ lists.
- Apparently, the Giants are closing in on a potential Yasiel Puig signing. The NL West rival could use Puig in an already loaded outfield lineup.
All of that and SO much more today over at Dodgers Nation!
Upcoming Spectrum Network Highlights
Notable Programming on SNLA week of April 27
SportsNet LA’s programming will include encore presentations of Dodgers broadcasts and original programming showcasing the “best of 2019.” Programming details below:
Dodgers Rewind2019: Starting at 6 a.m. daily, the network will air back-to-back broadcasts of the Dodgers memorable wins from last season.
Daily blocks of Squeeze Play: Dodgers games condensed into one-hour shows:
- Monday, April 27 starting at 2 p.m.: Squeeze Play: Corey Seager Highlight Games
- Tuesday, April 28 starting at 12:30 p.m.: Squeeze Play: 2019 Rookies Highlight Games
- Wednesday, April 29 starting at 12:30 p.m.: Squeeze Play: Best Games of 2019 Season
- Thursday, April 30 starting at 1 p.m.: Squeeze Play: Best Games of 2019 Season
- Friday, May 1 starting at 1 p.m.: Squeeze Play: Best Games of 2019 Season
- Saturday, May 2 starting at 2:30 p.m.: Squeeze Play: Best Games of 2019 Season
- Sunday, May 3 starting at 1:30 p.m.: Squeeze Play: Best Games of 2019 Season
- Best of Justin Turner – PREMIERE on Monday, April 27 at 9 p.m.
- Best of Max Muncy – PREMIERE on Friday, May 1 at 10:30 p.m.
Access SportsNet Dodgers: Daily broadcast of the latest Dodgers news
Stay Home Update – PREMIERE on Tuesday, April 28 & Thursday, April 30 at 7 p.m.
Timeless Dodgers encore presentations of the Dodgers best playoff games from the 2010s will air nightly throughout the week.