Not surprisingly, Andrew Friedman's deal with the Dodgers is record-setting: from sources, $35 million over 5 years, plus incentives.
What we do know is that he's spent the bulk of his career as a hitting coach. There's nothing on his resume that indicates he's qualified to rebuild the
They better be movin' them there fences wayyyyyyy in.
We could be seeing the first under 30K crowds at NYS next season.
Well, Columbus day is a Jewish holiday ... as my old (Jewish) boss was fond of saying.