Loons first baseman Justin Yurchak discussed growing up as a Derek Jeter fan and what it was like being traded so early in his career.
Hear from Dodgers 2019 1st-round pick Kody Hoese about his baseball origins and his path to the Great Lakes Loons.
On location at the Midland Country Club! The guys talk about the LPGA event being held there (2:55). With Brad back, they go through the NBA off-season and some of the moves being made (15:09). Some trade
Jason Bourgeois spent parts of eight seasons in the MLB with six different teams. He’s hoping to share some of his experiences with the future faces of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
We had planned to do a deep discussion on the possibility of Russell Westbrook joining the Detroit Pistons. And… then he joined the Houston Rockets. We still give you this week’s episode with some MLB All-Star Game
What a way to jump back in! After stepping away for a couple of weeks in June, the guys return after NBA Free Agency more than delivered in its first week of the summer. All the reaction
Ever heard the term country strong? It perfectly defines Dodgers pitching prospect Stephen Kolek, whose offseason training program involves working on a cattle ranch.
Justin Hagenman has childhood friends who have made it to the big leagues, and he’s hoping to become the latest in a long line of famous athletes to hail from Voorhees, New Jersey.
Mark Washington is the tallest member of the Great Lakes Loons, standing at 6-foot-7, but he’s hoping to be remembered for more than just his height.
John Rooney is a consensus top-30 pitching prospect in the Dodgers organization. Why? Well, he’s a 3rd round pick that also happens to be a 6-5 lefty with one of the best pickoff moves the Great Lakes