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Topic - Rick Honeycutt
The Los Angeles Dodgers turned to their ace in a bid to quickly wrap up the NL division series.
Even from a distance, the rangy old man in gray uniform pants and a blue hoodie clearly is no ordinary coach. Players pay uncommonly close attention to his advice, and fans crane their necks as he moves easily around the Los Angeles Dodgers' spring training complex.
Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton will have an MRI exam of his aching elbow to determine the cause of discomfort him in recent outings.
"Our faith really is in him and his personality, both physically and mentally," Honeycutt said. "That was a big factor in this decision."
The move was contrary, however, to what pitching coach Rick Honeycutt told the Los Angeles Times after Sunday night's 13-6 win.