You want to win, you’d best have a system. A plan, long- and short-term. Something to sustain you now while always building layers below.
That was always the Dodgers’ plan. President Stan Kasten was anything but coy in announcing how new ownership would approach turning the Dodgers around. Moves would be made to make them a contender immediately, while focusing on building the Dodgers farm system to keep the team consistently competitive.
And that’s exactly what they’ve done, trading for Hanley Ramirez, Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford, while simultaneously building up the system, largely by
Since spring, the LAFD has stationed three ambulances at Dodgers home games to provide medical care.