The latest news and notes on the Trolley Dodgers:
- Jim Peltz of the LA Times reports that Vin Scully will cut down on his travel a bit more this season, no longer travelling to Colorado to cover games. Scully, who is in his 63rd year as Dodgers broadcaster, will still cover all home games and road games in California (Oakland, San Francisco, San Diego, Anaheim) and Arizona.
- Tony La Russa could be in line to be a Dodgers executive under the incoming ownership, speculates Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports. La Russa has reportedly been approached by ownership bid finalist Steve Cohen about taking up an undisclosed executive position with the team if Cohen wins the bid.
- The Dodgers have withdrawn their request to dismiss the claim of Bryan Stow, the Giants fan critically injured in the Dodger Stadium parking lot following a game last year, reports Bill Shaikin of the LA Times. Shaikin writes that the withdrawal removes the "last major legal hurdle" in selling the team, Stow now able to continue his case once the Dodgers emerge from bankruptcy.