The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes have us forgetting all about our Major League drama.
NO MORE DRAMA: With Chavez Ravine serving as the epicenter of drama in Los Angeles these days, it may be time for Dodger fans to take a little break. Not a break from Dodger baseball -- just a light breather from Dodger Stadium. May we suggest an epicenter of different sorts?
DESERT BASEBALL: The Dodgers' Class A – Advanced minor league team, the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, have played at the "The Epicenter" since 1993. The stadium is 50 miles east from Dodgertown -- just enough time in the car to forget about Bud Selig and Frank McCourt. The next homestead starts April 25 for a game against the Lancaster JetHawks. It also happens to be Social Media Monday, so be sure to follow/fan the Quakes for a chance at prizes. If social's not your scene, don't worry, the team has plenty of other upcoming promotions. Oh, and did we mention the most expensive seats in "The Epicenter" are only $12. Frank McCourt who?