On this date in 1965, an all-switch-hitting infield started a big league game for the first time ever. In the nightcap of a twin bill, the Dodgers, with Wes Parker at first base, Jim Lefebvre at second, Maury Wills at shortstop and Jim Gilliam at third, lost to the visiting Reds, 6-1. Here's this week's look around the baseball blogosphere..
- I R Fast scouted Giants hurler Michael Kickham.
- That Ball's Outta Here wondered if Domonic Brown is for real.
- Indians Baseball Insider profiled a Double-A outfielder in the Tribe's system.
- Bronx Baseball Daily explained the significance of a healthy Yankees club.
- Halos Daily remembered Chan Ho Park's dropkick.
- NASORB noted that Dustin Ackley and Kyle Seager are moving in very different directions.
- Phoul Ballz chatted with Phillies reliever Justin De Fratus.
- 108 Stitches gave a tip of the cap to Albert Pujols.
- Feelin' Kinda Blue introduced everyone to Dodgers prospect Julio Urias.
- The War Room broke down the Phillies' issues with some alliteration.
- Lasorda's Lair stood up for Tim Federowicz.
- Success With No Salary examined the Marlins.
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