About Dodgers Digest
Mike Petriello wrote daily for over six long years (2007-13) about the Dodgers at Mike Scioscia’s Tragic Illness, which was named 2011’s “Best Sports Blog” by LA Weekly. He can currently be found writing multiple times per week at FanGraphs and ESPN, along with producing and editing for Sports On Earth. He has previously written online for Heater Magazine (2008-09) & Baseball Prospectus (2010-12), and can be found in print in the 2014 Hardball Times Annual, 2010 and 2011 editions of The Graphical Player, and the 2010 Maple Street Press Dodgers Annual. He has been interviewed by the Boston Globe, KABC 790’s “Dodger Talk“, SNY in New York City, various local radio stations, Sirius/XM Fantasy Radio, appeared on MLB Network’s Clubhouse Confidential, linked to by dozens of prominent outlets including the New York Times, MLB Trade Rumors, Deadspin, Grantland, NBC’s Hardball Talk, Rob Neyer at ESPN, Fox Sports Radio, and many more. He lives in New York City and will probably be asleep or on vacation when awesome things happen. Follow Mike @mike_petriello. Mike died and went to heaven.
Chad Moriyama was born and raised in Hawaii, but he’s been a Dodgers fan for as long as he can remember thanks to his father’s brainwashing. He has been writing about the Dodgers since 2008, for better or worse. Chances are he’ll be sleeping when important news goes down. Follow Chad on Twitter at @ChadMoriyama. Email Chad.
Dustin Nosler has written about the Dodgers since July 2009 at his blog, Feelin’ Kinda Blue. He co-hosts a weekly Dodgers’ podcast called “Dugout Blues.” He also wrote for Chad Moriyama’s now-defunct blog for almost two years. He currently contributes to True Blue LA and does editing at The Hardball Times. He graduated from California State University, Sacramento, with his bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in digital media. While at CSUS, he worked for the student-run newspaper The State Hornet for three years, culminating with a 1-year term as editor in chief. He resides in Stockton, Calif. Follow him on Twitter @DustinNosler. Email Dustin.
Daniel Brim grew up in the Los Angeles area and remains a Dodger fan despite living on the East Coast. As an engineer, he’s fascinated by the math and science behind the game of baseball. He started “Blog To The Score” in late 2013 to dig deeper into the numbers behind the Dodgers. In its brief lifespan, it gained attention from local and national media. You can find him spending way too much time in the comments section or on Twitter at @DanielBrim. Email Daniel.
Stacie Wheeler born and raised in So Cal, has been writing about the Dodgers since 2010. She wrote daily as the Co-Editor of Lasorda’s Lair for five long years, and she has also written for Dodgers Nation and Dodger Blue 1958. She currently contributes to The Hardball Times. Stacie graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s degree in Cinema-Television. You can also watch her videos on her YouTube channel DishingUpTheDodgers. Follow her on Twitter @StacieMWheeler. Email Stacie.
Sarah Wexler is a native Angeleno and longtime Dodger fan. She began blogging about baseball in 2012 on her Tumblr, New Grass on the Field, where she covered an array of topics but especially enjoyed exploring baseball history. She now writes for The Hardball Times. She is currently in the Sports Management master’s program at Cal State Long Beach. She graduated from New York University in 2014 with a bachelor’s in History and a minor in American Studies. She’s an avid Springsteen fan, which is a big boost to her baseball writer cred. Follower her on Twitter @SarahWexler32. Email Sarah.
Alex Campos is a writer who has blogged at a whole bunch of places about a whole bunch of sports. He was most recently writing for Chavez Ravine Fiends, but was also the former editor at Dodgers Way. He graduated from California State University, Long Beach with a degree in journalism and a minor in marketing. At Long Beach, he covered the Dirtbags in the 2014 season as an assistant sports editor at the Daily 49er. Follow her on Twitter @ac3581. Email Alex.
Allan Yamashige is just a guy living in Thousand Oaks, Calif., who happens to love the Dodgers and statistics. Hated baseball practice as a kid, but writing about adults doing baseball is alright. Follow her on Twitter @AllanYamashige. Email Allan.