Introducing Dodgers Digest, the best site ever (it’s only fitting my announcement goes last)


This site, as you know it today, is dead.

But that’s a good thing, because starting Monday I’ll be teaming up with Mike Petriello (Mike Scioscia’s Tragic Illness), Dustin Nosler (Feelin’ Kinda Blue), and Daniel Brim (Blog To The Score) over at our new site, Dodgers Digest.

Yes, a new site. And while I’m nervous about the change, I think it’s going to be awesome.

I’ve been blogging about the Dodgers for a long time, and I’ve gone through many different site names and formats, but this is easily the one I’m most looking forward to, primarily because of the quality people I’ll be working with. For years, we’ve been spending a lot of time dedicated to covering the same Dodgers material and stories with generally minimal disagreement or deviation, but with our new format, not only will the coverage be more comprehensive, but we’ll each have more time to focus on what we do best. Look forward to better analysis, better prospect coverage, and faster news reporting.

So what changes here? Well, everything. I’ll still be posting recaps of the work I do elsewhere, and perhaps I’ll be writing about things that interest me that aren’t relevant to the new site, but my Dodgers coverage will almost exclusively be happening at Dodgers Digest from here on out. So check in every now and then, but the majority of my work will now be at Dodgers Digest.

Last but certainly not least, I would like to thank everybody who has written for me (especially Dustin and Greg Zakwin) or followed me over the years. You’re the reason I’ve been able to go from writing for a handful of readers to where I am now, and you’re the reason I can make this leap to something that’s bigger and better.

Hope everybody enjoys the new site.

Thanks again for your support and see you over there.


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