Reliever Will Ohman tries out for specialist role - Los Angeles TimesOhman, 31, was presented with a contract offer, which is believed to be for one year at around $1 million.
Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Bullets are cheap. Life is priceless.
Fun to walk around though. Thought the actual stadium was very nice. Quite small, so you're definitely in on the action. The lawn in the outfield reminded me a little of a smaller petco park.
Sat behind home plate, and other than it being very hot, had a blast.
Lasorda and Cey were out saturday amongst the people before the game. It is so easy to just sit and listen to those guys talk, the "good ol' days" or other.
Broxton is massive in person.
While there isn't really a whole lot to Glendale besides the stadium(s), we spent both nights there in the outdoor center next to jobing.com arena and the football stadium. Like an LA Live but more open and nicer.
Yard House was fun as always. Hit up Karl Strauss and Margaritaville for fun as well.
Highlight though had to be the Wine and Chocolate Bar. While a little pricey, the Wine Flights and Chocolate fondue samples were outstanding!
Ohman contract details - Inside the DodgersIt's a minor-league deal with major-league terms. What that means, in essence, is that the Dodgers found a way to send him down to Albuquerque for a few days so he can make up for missing almost all of spring training before they call him up.
Well we got out lefty specialist...
Now if we could just get Tanyon Sturtze to not make the team.