Watch: Will Ferrell suits up for Dodgers in “Ferrell Takes The Field.”

Remember that one crazy day back in spring training when actor/comedian Will Ferrell played for nine teams — including the Dodgers — all in one day?

HBO is making a documentary out of that day. Here is the trailer for that documentary:

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Former Dodgers player, coach Jim ‘Junior’ Gilliam gets his own street in Nashville.

On the same day the Oakland A’s beat the Dodgers, the A’s Triple-A affiliate changed the address of its home ballpark to honor a former Dodger.

The Nashville Sounds now play at 19 Junior Gilliam Way. Gilliam attended Nashville’s Pearl High and played for a Negro League team in the city before making his major league debut with the Dodgers in 1953. Gilliam’s number 19 was permanently retired by the Dodgers upon his death in 1978.

 

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Reports: Dodgers acquire Mat Latos, Mike Morse from Miami Marlins.

Mat Latos

Mat Latos has a 4-7 record and a 4.48 earned-run average for the Miami Marlins this season. (Getty Images)

The Dodgers are in the process of acquiring pitcher Mat Latos and first baseman/outfielder Mike Morse from the Miami Marlins for three minor-league pitchers, according to multiple reports Wednesday morning.

The Dodgers are also reportedly getting a competitive-balance round pick from Miami. The Marlins have the fifth pick after the first round, currently number 35 overall.

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