LOS ANGELES, CA –Cody Bellinger, rookie first baseman/outfielder for the LA Dodgers is behind the team’s recent winning streak. He’s also in the Vivid Radio Sports Spotlight with former Vivid Girl, adult superstar and legendary performer Savanna Samson.
Savanna and “Sports Overnight America” host Gerrie Burke will discuss young (he’s only 21) Bellinger from different points of view in this regular monthly series of on-air conversations about top athletes on Wednesday, July 19 at 10 pm PT on the Sports Byline USA Network.
Cody is the son of Clay Bellinger, who played for the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim from 1999-2002. He won a World Series with Los Angeles. Clay coached Cody on the Chandler, Arizona Little League All Stars team that participated in the 2007 Little League World Series. Cody went from little league to minor league and graduated to major league with the LA Dodgers only in April of 2017. By May he was namedNational League Player of the Week and National League Rookie of the Month with nine home runs in that month. On June 20th he became the first rookie in MLB history with 10 home runs in a 10 game span.
Savanna was an award-winning performer who was the first inductee into the Vivid Entertainment Hall of Fame last October. She is a former ballerina who entered the adult industry in 2002 and starred in such classic movies as The Masseuse, Flasher, Looking In, 59 Seconds and The New Devil in Miss Jones.
When Savanna left performing in adult movies in 2006 she started her own wine company, Savanna Samson Wines. Her first red wine, Sogno Uno was awarded an “outstanding” rating of 91 by wine critic Robert M. Parkerwho called it “really opulent and luscious.” In 2011 she bought Fattoria La Fiorita s.r.l. and her wines are now sold in fine wine stores and restaurants throughout the world. Listeners can see Savanna’s most sizzling scenes atwww.vivid.com.
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