The Los Angeles Times has launched a podcast taking listeners closer to the action of L.A.’s home teams. Hosted by Beto Durán and featuring The Times’ award-winning reporters and columnists, the podcast combines in-depth interviews, the best moments from the games and a look inside the front offices.
In this episode, The Times’ Andy McCullough, Bill Shaikin and Jorge Castillo sit down with Durán, recapping the World Series, the modern state of baseball and what the fans can expect with the 2019 Dodgers.
In case you missed it, you can listen to last week’s episode here.
Durán, the host of “Arrive Early, Leave Late,” is a polished, versatile talent with more than 15 years of broadcast experience in professional and collegiate sports. He is the play-by-play voice for Golden Boy Promotions fights; he hosts “Chargers Talk” on 570 AM; he is a fill-in host on Spectrum SportsNet, covering the Lakers, Dodgers and Galaxy; and he fills in as the play-by-play voice for West Coast Conference collegiate basketball as well as the South Bay Lakers G-League team affiliate. Durán also started his own monthly podcast, “Living the Dream,” which includes such guests as professional athletes and stand-up comedians.