Someone enjoys Dodger Dogs.
Anyone who goes for the crotch deserves a broken collar bone.
"Ha! Oh, dear. You noticed," said Bea. "Yeah, I guess I've really been into them the last month or so. Every fan of music goes through a Skynyrd phase."
Bea performed jaunty organ versions of "Simple Man" and "Gimme Three Steps" during the Dodgers' last home game. She also played an 11-minute version of "Free Bird" that went through most of the 4th inning until umpires stopped play and asked manager Don Mattingly to contact her booth and request that she stop.
Bea says she can't believe it took her this long to "discover" the band, but she says "Lynyrd Skynyrd is probably my favorite now."
Longtime Dodgers fans say this isn't the first time Bea has been influenced by another artist. She also has reportedly gone through Beatles and Bob Marley phases.
Dodger legend rankings: 1) Jackie Robinson; 2) this guy.
This is easily the most entertaining part of the World Baseball Classic.
Who ah the fackin' Dahwjuhs?
In her career she has seen that one report in which she cursed. Then she got fired.
Fist-pumping. Sure. That's what he tells his mom.
"No-hitters are team efforts and we really showed that tonight," said outfielder Andre Ethier, who had an 0-for-4 and a strikeout. "There isn't one of us who can take sole credit for what happened."
With Dodgers star Matt Kemp out for most of the last month with an injury, manager Don Mattingly said he sensed a no-hitter would happen.
"We've been close a few times, but someone would always get a bloop-single or hit a broken bat grounder up the middle," he said. "But I could tell right away tonight in the first inning with how we were missing the ball and not connecting with anything squarely that history could be made."