Tonight’s Dodger walk-off heroics, as tweeted by Bill Plaschke
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Not only did L.A. Times sports writer Bill Plaschke provide a great service by live-tweeting tonight’s game to his 17,241 followers on Twitter, some of whom might not have the game on, but he single-handedly proved why ESPN is missing out on a great opportunity by forbidding its writers and experts from sharing their experiences with their fans.
In 16 minutes he delivered a live, interesting play-by-play that not only told the story, but taught us a little something as well.
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-- Tony Pierce
Screenshot of Bill Plaschke’s Twitter account. Click image to enlarge.