Last week had noteworthy news despite little progress in baseball’s CBA negotiations.
Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner sparked a conversation about the Dodgers and the Rams combining their championship parades.
Which led to former Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson to unintentionally putting his foot in his mouth.
The Braves Tyler Matzek, Pederson’s former teammate used the parade conversation to take a shot at the Dodgers.
But that wasn’t the only Pederson news.
On a lighter note, Mookie Betts let Dodgers fans know who the funniest guy in the LA dugout is.
Fans were also treated to a tour of Clayton Kershaw’s autographed sports collectables.
On the CBA negotiation front, one rule change was discussed that could heavily impact the Dodgers in 2022.
With a new CBA no where close to being done, MLB officially postponed spring training.
Which the players’ association had some thoughts about.
Meanwhile, Chipper Jones did nothing to dissuade the idea that Freddie Freeman could sign with LA once the lockout is over.
A fellow NL West team also signed a former Dodgers first round pick.