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Changing Channels
2003-02-25 08:47
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Grudzielanek: Channeling Gary Sheffield
Mark Grudzielanek, quoted in the Chicago Sun-Times:

"That last year was a circus over there. A lot went on. I was looking forward to something happening where I could move on and reload because they weren't going in the right direction over there.''

Brown: Channeling Ed Norton
From the Palm Beach Post:
Friday, [Kevin Brown] stepped onto a bullpen mound for the first time since September, calling out "Hello, mound," in playful Ed Norton fashion.

Cora: Channeling Derrel Thomas
In the Daily News today, Brian Dohn writes that Alex Cora is being considered a backup at third. There's your alternative to Ron Coomer.

Lo Duca: Channeling Pure Emotional Energy
MLB.com's Ken Gurnick, who is really bringing along the nitty-gritty information on the Dodgers better than anyone else right now that I can see, reports that Paul Lo Duca played much of last season with a torn groin muscle. Lo Duca says he feels 100 percent right now, thanks in part to taking up yoga.

I've added a link to MLB.com's Dodger news coverage to the site. (Dodgers.com is a subset of MLB.com.)

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