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MLB Owners Believe Dodgers' Success A Huge Positive For League As A Whole
Published August 15, 2013
SWING AND A WHIFF: In L.A., Chris Erskine reports a "posse of wild skunks" has begun showing up at Dodger Stadium. Dodgers staffers said that they have "run across at least three of the critters, all on the reserve level near the top of the stadium." A skunk on Monday "scurried under the souvenir kiosk at Section 20" an hour before game time, and the "telltale musk lingered into the third inning and reached as far as the field-level seats in left field." But the team "denies having a skunk 'problem,' and says that Monday's capture was an isolated incident" (L.A. TIMES, 8/15).