Joe Garvey dies at age 81

Steve Garvey’s father, you may recall, was the Dodgers’ spring-training bus driver, which led to Steve becoming the team’s bat boy as a youngster before he grew up and became the Dodgers’ star first baseman. Ken Gurnick had the story last night, along with some quotes from Steve Garvey about his dad. Here is the link:

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  • crzblue

    thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Steve Garvey.

    R.I.P. Joe Garvey.

    Tony: How far is the Colorado facility from Camelback? how long does it take to get there? thanks

  • crzblue

    Do you know when Vin will be there?
    is so good to hear Vin, even if just commercials right now.

  • Tony Jackson

    Emma, I don’t know the answer to your second question, and there is no one here to ask at the moment. As for your first question, it’s a long way, every bit of 2 1/2 hours, and it’s a LONG 2 1/2 hours, a whole lot of nothing other than the occasional gas station exit. Think L.A. to Phoenix, only shorter.

  • crzblue

    Thanks Tony! I will be at Camelback Saturday & Sunday. Woohoo! -Emma