Chris Anders was born and raised in Santa Barbara, CA. In 2002 he moved to Los Angeles to attend Loyola Marymount University. After graduating with a degree in Recording Arts, Chris joined Fox Sports Radio’s editing department. He worked his way to the title of Senior Editor and shortly thereafter joined the imaging department of Fox Sports Radio and AM570 KLAC.
Being a Southern California native, Chris developed a love for the Lakers and Dodgers at an early age and has carried that passion with him throughout his life. When not working, watching sports, or tinkering with his fantasy teams, you can usually find Chris hanging out with his Boston Terrier, playing music, and writing "Bio's" about himself in the 3rd person.
As I write this I am super bummed out.
The Dodgers just blew a game to the Padres in extra innings when they had led by two runs late. The boys in blue cannot afford to blow these types of games down the stretch. The lesson as always, is that relief pitchers are the worst.
(Especially when they make $4,750,000 a year. Looking at you Matt Guerrier…and you Ned Colletti.)
To lift myself from this malaise and perk up my spirits, a journey to YouTube was made. Here now are the best Dodgers themed videos from throughout the years that will hopefully bring you the same amount of joy they have brought me, and make us all forget about the Dodgers choke job, even if for just a moment.
1) The Dodgers Song by Danny Kaye, acted out by Legos. Nostalgia takes on two forms in old school baseball talk and your favorite childhood activity. Seriously, how great were Legos.
2) The 1986 Dodgers perform The Baseball Boogie. Nice moves dudes. MVP goes to Orel Hershiser for his extreme commitment, but great job by the whole team.
3) Between Two Palm Trees with AJ Ellis. Clayton Krenshaw better get his act together, it’s not a great idea to piss off your catcher.
Feel better? Yeah, me neither. Oh well, it’s just a game right? RIGHT?