Nancy Sinatra is NOT happy the Dodgers traded Dee Gordon
Nancy Sinatra -- the daughter of Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbara -- was born in New Jersey, but quickly made the transition to the left coast. She briefly attended UCLA before pursuing a career in television and music out in Los Angeles.
When the Dodgers first moved out west in 1958, Ol' Blue Eyes had the opportunity to secure seats in the first row along the first-base line with a view into the home dugout. Nancy became a bit of a fixture at Dodger Stadium, often appearing at celebrity events and singing on the field before games.
All these years later and Dodger blue still runs through Nancy's veins.
After the club had an especially active Winter Meetings, Sinatra took to Twitter to lament the loss of second baseman Dee Gordon, who was shipped to Miami for parts that eventually enabled the Howie Kendrick deal.
Gordon's spikes were made for stealing, so it looks like Sinatra's gonna miss his speed, but we're guessing that Sinatra will learn to love Howie Kendrick's power to the gaps, just fine.