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Dude, Sandy Koufax not big on his 'Big Lebowski' fame (links)

February 25, 2013|By Steve Dilbeck
  • Sandy Koufax signs autographs in Arizona. The film "The Big Lebowski" put him in good company.
Sandy Koufax signs autographs in Arizona. The film "The Big Lebowski"… (Paul Sancya / Associated…)

Catching up on some items on the web:

-- Sandy Koufax lets Yahoo’s David Brown know he’s not all thrilled about being part of the ‘Big Lebowski’ lore.

-- Sore-elbowed Chad Billingsley tells the Orange County Register’s Bill Plunkett: “I'm going to be like Takashi Saito.

-- The one guy the Dodgers didn’t want to give up in that blockbuster trade with Boston last summer, Rubby De La Rosa, has impressed Pedro Martinez: “He has an opportunity to be someone special.”

-- Tampa Rays manager Joe Maddon likes his early view of James Loney, calling him a “good gamble for the Rays.”

-- Feelin’ Kinda Blue’s Dustin Nosler has unearthed the White Sox video of Hyun-Jin Ryu’s spring debut with the Dodgers on Sunday.

-- True Blue LA’s Eric Stephen examines the Dodgers leadoff situation with Manager Don Mattingly.

-- Scott Andes tries to figure which of the Dodgers' bonus three starting pitchers should be traded.

-- Dodgers.com’s Ken Gurnick looks at Tony Gwynn Jr.’s bid to return to the major league roster.

-- Chad Moriyama isn’t too keen on Andre Ethier’s math to cease the speculation about his platooning against left-handers.

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