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The Dodgers Are Baseball's Version of The Heatles

Chicago White Sox v Los Angeles Dodgers

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Jason Smith: “The Dodgers are the biggest traveling roadshow that baseball has seen since the Yankees dynasty of the late 90’s. Since it was Jeter, Petite, Bernie Williams, Boggs, Mariano Rivera...this is the biggest the sport has had, in terms of attention on one team, in 20 years. This is what baseball needs. They need the Heatles! They need exactly what LeBron brought to the NBA when he joined up in Miami with Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade...”
Mike Harmon: “Yamamoto is the new kid on the block, Ohtani is just up the street in a new uniform...tomorrow, another game, Yamamoto is on the bump, all eyes on that. For the Dodgers, every at bat, and eventually every pitch, has meaning. We’ve watched how many Angels games? Nobody gives a damn, because none of those games mattered!”

On today’s edition of The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon, Jason and Mike reacted to Shohei Ohtani’s Dodgers debut in Spring Training and what it signals for the team’s future and Major League Baseball!