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PostPosted: Tue 3/6/12 11:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

As a sort of continuation of last year's Dodgers family ties notes, here's a fun read about the Dodgers' first spring training game.

Responding to a post from last September by Sunnyblue:

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I read an article awhile back that cited 10; I'll try to find the link and post it.


I know you have told me since then that you couldn't find it, but I also heard that number cited on a sports talk show since then.

Also, the Bundy brothers--Dylan, 19 and Bobby, 22--are both pitchers in camp with the Orioles, and have impressed thus far.
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PostPosted: Tue 3/6/12 12:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This was a fun read Very Happy I am particularly interested in Dee Gordon and Tony Gwynn of the Dodgers. They will probably become my team favorites. I know there are many others who should be my favorites such as Kemp and Kershaw, not that I don't like them.
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PostPosted: Wed 5/9/12 10:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Pomeranz brothers, Stu and Drew, are the latest siblings in the major leagues. Stuart, an RHP, made his major league debut for the Orioles on Monday, and threw three shutout innings against the Rangers (although the Rangers won the game handily). On the same evening, Rockies pitcher Drew hit a home run, but left the game early due to a quad injury in Colorado's game at San Diego.

From this article in the Denver Post:

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Drew Pomeranz provided rocket fuel on the first night of the eight-game road trip against the Padres...it was in the form of a 395 feet home run to left field, the third longest by a pitcher at Petco Park, trailing only Florida's Carl Pavano (413 feet) and Atlanta's Jorge Sosa (411 feet). The most damaging hit by a pitcher came off Edinson Volquez's bat as the San Diego right-hander smoked a liner off Pomeranz's right quadriceps to end the second inning. Pomeranz's home run trot reflected the pain, and after he limped to the dugout to end the third, he was gone.

...Pomeranz's injury ruined what could have been an ideal night for his family. His brother Stuart Pomeranz...made his major league debut for the Orioles, throwing three scoreless innings. When he exited, the crowd was chanting his name and gave him a standing ovation, marking quite a U-turn for the oft-injured pitcher who worked in Venezuela this winter just to get looks from a big league team.

"I got to see him pitch before the game. We are proud of him," Pomeranz said. "I am sure I will be hearing from him."

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PostPosted: Sat 5/12/12 10:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

So interesting to hear about another set of brothers in the Major Leagues Smile Thanks for the report.
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PostPosted: Wed 6/6/12 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From the L.A. Times:

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Making history

The Dodgers received confirmation from the Elias Sports Bureau that the lineup they fielded (against the Rockies last Friday) made history.

That lineup was the first to feature an infield consisting of four sons of four former major leaguers: first baseman Scott Van Slyke, second baseman Jerry Hairston Jr., third baseman Ivan De Jesus Jr. and shortstop Dee Gordon.

Including center fielder Tony Gwynn Jr., the Dodgers had five sons of former major leaguers, which was also the most ever in the majors.


Two records in one game--just set by the team taking the field.
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PostPosted: Wed 6/6/12 11:37 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What cool news!!!! Very Happy Dodger fans and the boys families have got to be mighty proud of them Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu 6/7/12 8:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

While I do love that story, this one speaks to my heart, and I wonder if I'll be posting updates in future years on the Gelalich boys.

From the L.A. Times, last weekend, in the opening days of June Madness:

"For Gelalichs, baseball is a game of balls, strikes and texts"

The La Verne family was busy, with sons playing in key games for UCLA, Pepperdine and Bonita High. Parents Greg and Karyn had it covered with the help of cellphones.

By Gary Klein

June 3, 2012

Greg and Karyn Gelalich long ago mastered the coordination required for keeping up with their three baseball-playing sons.

"Divide and conquer," Greg said Saturday.

The Gelalichs, of La Verne, celebrated a new challenge this weekend with the start of the NCAA playoffs and the end of the high school season. And they wound up, for a day anyway, as the first family of Southland baseball.

On Friday, oldest son Jeff helped UCLA win a regional opener at Jackie Robinson Stadium, middle son Matt led Pepperdine to a victory in a regional at Stanford, and youngest son Danny played in La Verne Bonita High's historic victory in the Southern Section Division 3 championship game at Dodger Stadium.

Greg stayed in Los Angeles "You don't have to twist my arm to watch more than one baseball game," he said while Karyn traveled to Palo Alto.

The slow cellphone reception you experienced Friday? Blame it on Greg and Karyn, who keep cell towers humming with texts to each other providing pitch-by-pitch updates of the boys' at-bats and on-field exploits.

"It was a good day for our family," Karyn said. "We don't take these for granted."

Pepperdine's game against Michigan State started at 1 p.m., so Karyn kept her husband posted as Matt, a freshman center fielder, drove in three runs in a 6-2 win.

Greg, who co-owns a machine shop in Los Angeles, was already at Dodger Stadium to take pictures of Danny going through pregame warm-ups, figuring a freshman who had been called up for the playoffs would not play in the 1:30 p.m. game against Alhambra.

"I was pretty relaxed," he said, "knowing one of my guys wasn't on the field."

But in the third inning, Bonita coaches inserted Danny as a pinch-runner. Not that Karyn heard immediately about it from her now nervous husband.

"I asked him why he didn't let me know, and he said he was taking pictures," she said. "Luckily, one of my girlfriends sent me a text."

Danny was in the middle of the celebratory pile after the final out of Bonita's 5-1 victory over Alhambra, which gave Bonita its first championship since 1951.

Later that night, he was still in his jersey at Jackie Robinson Stadium, watching his father text his mother as Jeff, a junior, drove in a run with a first-inning double in UCLA's 3-0 victory over Creighton.

After Pepperdine's afternoon victory, an assistant coach asked Karyn whether she planned to fly to Los Angeles for the UCLA game. She laughed and said no.

The Gelalichs have already played out the possible regional scenarios. If one son is finished by Sunday and the other's extends to Monday, one of the parents will travel so they can watch together.

"These are games and times," Greg said, "you don't get back."

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As an experienced fan of the tournament circuit, I say "Amen, Greg--amen!"
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PostPosted: Fri 6/8/12 4:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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"These are games and times," Greg said, "you don't get back."


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I say "Amen, Greg--amen!"


Verdad. I loved reading this. How proud they must be and it reminds me of a few of those families in the past who are now following their sons in the Majors playing for several teams. I bet that is so very nostalgic for them.
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PostPosted: Sun 6/10/12 5:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree Forloveofthegame. I am sure it brings back a lot of memories of their playing days.
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PostPosted: Sat 8/18/12 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's hard to script stuff like this: Orioles pitcher Steve Johnson made his first major league start last week for the same team his father pitched for. That's not the oddity, though.

From MLB.com:

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...even the 24-year-old Johnson couldn't have fantasized a night like Wednesday, a made-for-the-movies type fantasy where fate and family intersected. With dad Dave watching proudly as part of the Camden Yards crowd, Johnson tossed six strong innings to pick up the win in his first Major League start on the 23-year anniversary of his father's first career victory as an Oriole.

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PostPosted: Sun 8/19/12 8:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

That is the beauty of stories like this - they are not scripted. No one could script something this wonderful Smile Thanks for sharing it with us.
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PostPosted: Sat 10/27/12 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's a good read about the Avilas.
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PostPosted: Wed 1/30/13 11:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Now that the Uptons are playing in the same outfield in Atlanta, MLB.com posted this article about brothers in baseball. About 100 sets of brothers have played as teammates, going back to the Gleason brothers for the St. Louis Browns in 1882.
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PostPosted: Wed 1/30/13 7:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You know my Padres have had quite a few!

What is interesting about the brothers we have had over the years, is they are all from our local area. Not only baseball brothers, but hometown brothers. Smile
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PostPosted: Wed 3/6/13 1:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

True, Cathy.

We've always been proud of former Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan here in S.D., but what his family has gone through over the past couple of years is pretty remarkable. Dave and his two sons, Shelley and Chris, have all seen major league action. The boys' mom has always been, as baseball moms are, extremely supportive. And baseball still unites their family through all the challenges they've faced.
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PostPosted: Sun 3/31/13 10:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stories to share later...
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PostPosted: Tue 4/9/13 7:10 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice family touch for Opening Day at Progressive Field, in which fathers threw out ceremonial first pitches to their sons. All five of the dads were employed by MLB at some point. Reminds me of a couple of years ago when we did something similar, having more sons of former players in the organization than any other team. Since then, we still have several, but a few have been traded and some who saw major league service in L.A. are again back in the minors.
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PostPosted: Sat 9/14/13 8:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Last month, the Mets called up catcher Travis d'Arnaud, brother of Pirates infielder Chase d'Arnaud.

Although this article was written before the 2013 season began, it's a great example of how tough the baseball competition is in Socal, as described by Travis to the New York Daily News. Not surprisingly, given his age, Travis grew up idolizing Mike Piazza when he was a Dodger, but I love how this article describes him giving back to his community--Lakewood, California! And, he's not the only Mets player from Lakewood; so, too, is his teammate in New York, infielder Justin Turner.
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PostPosted: Mon 9/16/13 12:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It was interesting you would post the info on the day you did, since the next day Travis had a walk-off hit for the Mets.
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PostPosted: Fri 3/14/14 12:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Spring training is seeing a lot of fathers and sons on the same field, notably Bruce and Brett Bochy, manager and pitching prospect for the Jints, respectively.

SVS, yet another outfielder in the mix for the Dodgers, appeared for the first time in the same game with his father, Andy, who was coaching for Seattle when the Dodgers and Mariners played last week. According to Rick Monday on the radio broadcast, it was an emotional moment for the Van Slyke family.

And Blue Jays hitting coach Kevin Seitzer watched during a game against the Rays as his son, Tampa Bay prospect Cameron Seitzer homered to win the game.
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PostPosted: Fri 3/14/14 2:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I forgot until just now reading this to check about Brett. I remember last year he was cut before the end of camp.
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PostPosted: Tue 3/18/14 6:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

For all you hear about some sons of famous baseball fathers (think Gwynns), you do not hear as much anymore about Pete Rose Jr. Looking at the picture of him in this article it was kind of eerie how much he looks like his dad. It seems like time has gotten away as he is now 44! Anyway I did not know he manages in the White Sox organization and has been with them for 4 years now. He will take over for their low A ball team, in Kannapolis, NC in the South Atlantic League, this coming season.

Article from whitesox.com
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PostPosted: Wed 3/19/14 9:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I remember "Petey" well, and he actually played in the Dodgers organization back around 2000. I remember seeing Pete at Vero Beach posing for pics with him, and it seemed so weird to see a Rose in Dodger Blue!

I just looked up the Kannapolis team, and their name is the Intimidators! Smile
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PostPosted: Fri 3/21/14 1:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Posted this in both the Hot Stove and this thread:

In an all minor leaguer trade, this one is getting a lot of attention, even though we here have been watching these 2 players since they were kids. Remember our discussions about Trevor Gretzky and Matt Scioscia - they were traded for each other, so Trevor is now in the Angels organization and Matt won't likely play for his dad because he's going to the Cubs. Trevor (OF) has done better in the minors than Matt (C) so I think the Angels probably got the better part of the deal.

Article from mlb.com
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PostPosted: Thu 3/27/14 2:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another good one, this time about Indians broadcaster Tom Hamilton and his son Nick, minor league outfielder.
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PostPosted: Thu 3/27/14 4:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love those kinds of stories.
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PostPosted: Sat 8/9/14 3:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

B.J. and Justin Upton both homered for the Braves as Atlanta beat Washington last night, setting a record for brothers homering in a single game. Congratulations to the Uptons.

I also want to post a little bit later about the Angels' Cam Bedrosian.
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Well, RHP Brett Bochy has finally been called up for the Jints, and the Poway High grad/son of manager Bruce is with the team in Colorado now. It's kind of a nice story even if I can't stand that team. We've seen him a couple of times with the team in training camp, but now, finally at age 27, it's during the regular season.

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Bruce Bochy said he would "cherish the memory" of being the seventh skipper in big league history to manage his son.

Through Brett's high school years, most of Bruce's baseball memories of his son were forged when Brett served as the Padres' bat boy. As Brett grew up and developed as a pitcher, Bruce's big league duties prevented him from watching his son perform.


Maybe he can hoard the water cooler. LOL
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PostPosted: Wed 9/3/14 7:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

They were talking about this on the Padres' broadcast too. Poway has sure seen its share of sons of players and managers come and go.
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PostPosted: Sun 9/28/14 7:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

There's been another "brothers milestone" for the B.J. and Justin of Atlanta. The Uptons both homered and had an outfield assist in yesterday's game as the Braves beat the Phillies in Philadelphia, the first time brothers have ever accomplished both feats in the same game.
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