Obviously since Anthony Rendon opted to sign with the Los Angeles Angels, the term ‘Hollywood Lifestyle’ has taken on new life as it pertains to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Now, we have a first-hand testimony as to what this is like. Many of us will never experience what it’s like to play baseball in a city like Los Angeles. Thankfully, someone who has is on-hand to do just that. Recently, former Los Angeles Dodgers catcher Paul Lo Duca joined Barstool Radio to talk about the subject. You can see the two-minute clip below.
As always, let’s comb through the highlights.
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Notably, Lo Duca says that playing in front of a celebrity crowd was something he really embraced. Still, he mentions that leaving the stadium was a headache for players.
“For us to even get out of the parking lot, we had to get police escorted out of the stadium. It would take us 15 to 20 minutes to get out of the stadium. That was always the issue. But I loved playing in LA – the people there…