Crickets. Spring training starts, and we get crickets. Which is fine, which actually, might be pretty good.
The Dodgers are two days into their very new training camp and all is calm. Quiet as a desert night. No surprises, nothing newsy, nothing to get overly concerned or excited about.
Maybe Kenley Jansen going down before camp opened really will prove their only setback. Unlikely, but possible.
Every healthy pitcher and catcher reported on time, and as typical, several position players arrived early -- including Yasiel Puig, so there’s that. After the first day of workouts Friday, no one tripped over Manny Mota’s three-wheeler. No one walked into the...