With the postseason drawing closer, members of the Dodgers and people within the organization are starting to be more visible on the radio and on TV.
The latest was Dodgers radio play-by-play man Charley Steiner, who joined his good friend Keith Olbermann on his new show “Olbermann” last night to talk about what else, the Dodgers.
Steiner worked with Olbermann at ESPN before making his way into calling baseball games with the Yankees and now with the Dodgers as he discussed the teams torrid stretch from June 22 and beyond.
While many want to know what Yasiel Puig is like on a daily basis, Steiner said he’s an “energy source” and a player of extremes with how he plays on the field. Steiner also talked about Vin Scully not wanting a street named after him among other things Dodger related.
Here’s the entire interview: