Friday, January 17, 2014

Introducing Dodgers Digest, your new favorite website for everything Dodgers

Opportunities like this don't come along too often, and this is a project that can be the start of something great.

Beginning Monday, I'll be teaming up with Mike Petriello, Chad Moriyama and Daniel Brim to debut, Dodgers Digest, a website dedicated to everything Dodgers.

Our aim is to be the definitive source for Dodgers' information, analysis and thought-provoking opinions.

Feelin' Kinda Blue will remain in its current form, but I will be bringing aboard two regular contributors (to start and to be announced soon), as well as potentially some periodic contributors to this blog.

I'll be putting forth most of my writing efforts at Dodgers Digest (follow us on Twitter), but I'll be editing here.

I'm honored to be joining such great writing and analytic talent in Petriello, Moriyama and Brim. Petriello has operated Mike Scioscia's Tragic Illness for six years and it's the best Dodger blog out there. Moriyama has changed the name of his site a couple times, but that hasn't stopped him from building a big following. Brim just started to blog at Blog to the Score, but the first few entries were so impressive that he was brought aboard as well.

And a big thanks to EephusBlue for putting up with our fickleness regarding the logos. We'd have nothing if it weren't for him.

We're beyond excited for what's in store. We have grandiose plans for this website. We're trying to model ourselves after River Avenue Blues, Crashburn Alley and Mets Blog -- for reference.

I hope you'll check us out.

I want to thank everyone who has spent any time reading this blog. It's gone from a passing hobby to something I've been able to brand a little bit in 4 1/2 years. I'm hoping the talent I bring aboard continue to carry it on.

Join us over at Dodgers Digest, but also stick around here for some exciting content from some new blood.

Image credit: EephusBlue, Paint the Corners


  1. Looking forward to Dodgers Digest and your contributions at the new site. Congratulations Dustin. What a cadre of writers you'll have there.

  2. Sounds great..if I could only find it....Jim T.