Category Archives: Major League Baseball

Washington to Throw Dodgers a Bone Tonight

After the Whirling Darvish did well Wednesday night (see how long that lasts – remember who he pitched against in that game), the Dodgers go into Washington tonight with a two-game winning streak. Yea, both wins against the Giants. The … Continue reading

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Darvish Gets to End Dodgers’ Winning Streak at One

After last night’s resounding thrashing of the San Francisco Giants that ended the team’s 11-game losing streak, the Dodgers take a solid one-game winning streak into tonight’s game, which will feature Giants’ lefty Matt Moore (5-13, 5.31 ERA) facing off … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Skid Worst Since 1992

And in 1992, the Dodgers lost 99 games. Offensively, defensively and strategically, the LA Dodgers made every mistake in the baseball book last night as they lost their ninth straight game, the team’s longest losing streak since 1992, and the … Continue reading

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The Whirling Darvish and the Sinking Dodgers

Can I say “I told you so?” Leading the Dodgers’ EPIC COLLAPSE is the staggeringly overrated savior that the Dodgers’ acquired virtually seconds before the trade deadline, a trade that will go down in Dodgers’ history as one of the … Continue reading

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If It Ain’t Broke….. Don’t Mess Around

Losers of four in a row and six of their last ten games, it seems that there has been something missing, a spark that pervasively infected the Dodgers that made a dream become a reality, where every game was a … Continue reading

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Are the Angels a Playoff Team?

With the Dodgers in the midst of a season for the ages, it’s been awfully easy to overlook the Angels, who most people wrote off for 2017, figuring their only battle would be to avoid the American League West cellar. … Continue reading

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Hit, Hit, Homer – the Tony Cingrani Story

Batter Up! Single Batter Up! Single Batter Up! After a Wild Pitch, HOME RUN! The Tony Cingrani Story, in a nutshell. I have great problems with the awful trade that brought tonight’s starter Yu Darvish to the Dodgers, but Darvish … Continue reading

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More on the Folly of the Darvish Trade

The thought of Yu Darvish, a declining, over-rated barely .500 pitcher possibly replacing Kenta Maeda in the Dodgers’ starting rotation is very depressing. As I wrote after the trade, giving up power hitting Willie Calhoun, who strikes out just about … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Deals Today Were BAD NEWS

The world of Dodgers’ fandom is rejoicing, thinking with the moves the team made today that a world series title has been assured. People in the media and fans across SoCal have not bought into hype like this since the … Continue reading

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