Since you asked …

Fans are allowed to attend workout for free, and those workouts right now are starting at 10 a.m. every day. Joe Torre said he might push them up to 9 a.m. when the weather gets hotter, which is supposed to happen this week, but it still is pretty chilly around here in the early mornings. On game days, fans still are allowed to watch the workouts for free, but of course you’ll have to have a ticket to get into the stadium, and I’m guessing there will be a parking charge, as well. This ability to watch workouts is fairly standard at all camps, but the Dodgers probably allow fans to get closer to the players than in any other camp, and you are separated from them only by a thin yellow rope that is monitored by a handful of security guards, most of whom seem to be comparatively friendly and respectful. Today’s workout, the first full-squad workout of the spring, might be a little late getting started because there is a team meeting in the clubhouse, the traditional one that takes place before the first full-squad workout.

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  • El Lay Dave

    Tony,

    Do you know who Orlando Hudson’s agent is? I tried a couple reliable sources and a google search of my own, but didn’t find a single news article that names him/her/them?

    Thanks.