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Jaime Jarrin

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Ladies and Gentlemen, the Spanish Voice of the Dodgers, La Voz de Oro, the Hall of Famer, Jaime Jarrin. 

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Sue Falsone – First Female Head Trainer in MLB

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The featured guest in this episode is Sue Falsone, the first female Head Trainer in the history of Major League Baseball. Sue shares her amazing journey to the big leagues and some tremendous insight into what baseball is like from a trainer’s point of view. She also gives some tips for anyone looking to work…

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Paul Dickson – Author of Leo Durocher: Baseball’s Prodigal Son

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The guest in this episode is Paul Dickson, author of Leo Durocher: Baseball’s Prodigal Son, a new book available now about Leo the Lip, the Hall of Fame player and manager Leo Durocher. Paul’s book is outstanding as he examines the life and career of one of baseball’s most colorful, exuberant, passionate, feisty, competitive and…

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Janet-Marie Smith – Ballpark Architect

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In this episode the featured guest is ballpark architect Janet-Marie Smith. She worked on Turner Field in Atlanta before leading the architecture of Camden Yards, the renovations at Fenway Park and the renovations at Dodger Stadium. She is currently working on redesigning Campo las Palms, the Dodger’s academy in the Dominican Republic. She is one…

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Happy Birthday Vin Scully

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On November 29, 1927 Vin Scully was born. Today marks the 89th birthday for Baseball’s Poet Laureate, and to celebrate I am releasing a special episode featuring Vin giving his acceptance speech in 1982, in Cooperstown, as the Baseball Hall of Fame bestowed him with the Ford C. Frick Award, which honors excellence in broadcasting. Happy…

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A Tribute to Vin Scully

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Dodger’s historian Mark Langill talks about the incomparable life and career of Vin Scully.  Langill tells us the backstory behind some of Vin’s most iconic calls including Henry Aaron’s record-breaking home run, Sandy Koufax’s perfect game and Kirk Gibsons’s home run.  Lang ill also talks about how Vin fell in love with baseball as a…

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Tommy Lasorda Celebrates His 89th Birthday

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Hall of Fame Manager Tommy Lasorda turns 89 years old on September 22.  Throughout his life he has proved himself on being a giver and has done so tirelessly with his time, effort, enthusiasm and humor.  So to help celebrate his 89th birthday Tommy joins the podcast again and tells stories that every baseball lover…

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Orel Hershiser

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One of the greatest pitchers, and greatest men, to ever wear the Dodger uniform, “The Bulldog” Orel Hershiser talks about growing up and winning the Throw, Hit and Run competition at Yankee Stadium, about how his first word was ball and that his parents snuck him into Little League as a seven year-old, being cut…

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Tom Candiotti – The Birthday Boy

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The featured guest in this episode is the knuckleballer, Tom Candiotti.  Happy birthday, Tom! 

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Dave Roberts

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Dodger manager Dave Roberts talks about what it feels like to follow in the footsteps of Walter Alston, Tommy Lasorda and Joe Torre as the manager of the Dodgers, about growing up in a military family and moving around the world as he grew up, about having a father who was a Marine and a…

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