Every week we'll talk about the latest in sports with Andy and Brian Kamenetzky.
On tap today, the Dodgers hired former Tampa Bay Rays GM Andrew Freidman as their president of baseball operations. And the team's former GM Ned Colletti moves into a new role as senior advisor to CEO Stan Kasten. What do these changes mean for the team?
The way it looks right now, we could be on the verge of a Kansas City Royals-San Francisco Giants World Series - but would America pay attention if it came down to these two teams?
And former Lakers coach Phil Jackson is president of the NY Knicks. He had a couple of things to say about the Clippers and Lakers.
First, he called former owner Donald Sterling "a weird duck", "an outlier" and a "squirrelly dude"... he also said that he didn't think the racially charged views Sterling made in those recordings were ones he held personally.
What are we to make of these?