Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Podcast: 'Dugout Blues' episode 48 - Kershaw, Puig, Pederson, prospects

On this episode of "Dugout Blues," Jared Massey (Dodger Diamond) talk about Clayton Kershaw's perfect inning in the 2013 All-Star Game. We also touch on Yasiel Puig's non-inclusion in the event.

The Dodgers are at 47-47 after 94 games. That wasn't the way management and fans drew it up in March, but considering where they were just six weeks ago, .500 is great. I gave out midesason grades for the Dodgers over at Yahoo! Sports.

Joc Pederson played in the Futures Game on Sunday and had a nice showing. He got a hit, drew a walk, showed off his wheels and his arm all in four innings.

Jared released his midseason Top 31 prospects today while I released my midseason Top 25 on Monday.. We talk a bit about them.

The Dodgers signed Alberto Estrella yesterday, and we touch on Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez, who could sign soon as he was cleared earlier this week by the U.S. government.

To close, we answer listener questions. Keep 'em coming, folks.

Now, you may hear me saying Jared sounds like a robot. It's true -- at least, it was on my end. Apparently, the recording didn't reflect that. Despite popular belief, I'm not crazy.

Also, I'm going to the Quakes vs. Ports Stockton tonight and Friday and the Quakes vs. Nuts in Modesto on Saturday and Sunday. I'll have some reports on the guys in the coming weeks.

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