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FINALLY the END for Racist, Anti-Semitic Thug Delmon Young?

Three strikes, and you’re out? Finally? In our society where a measure of athletic prowess is not just a get-out-of-jail-FREE card, but a pathway to forgiveness and second, third, fourth, fifth, etc. chances, finally one of the true pieces of … Continue reading

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Seriously Joe Blanton? SERIOUSLY?

Over the last several seasons, the LA Dodgers have employed some of baseball’s greatest pitchers, and some of its worst. At one extreme, they’ve had as their ace Clayton Kershaw and other front line starters such as Zack Greinke, Josh … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Pitching – One Giant Mess, or Not?

This off-season can be divided into two segments as far as the potential makeup of the Dodgers’ 2016 pitching staff is concerned, first one of exclusion, followed by one of inclusion. That hopefully ongoing second segment has so far featured … Continue reading

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Dodgers Change History As Character Now Key

The lowest point in the history of the Los Angeles Dodgers occurred in early 1975, when the team signed juan marichal. This was a spit in the face to every Dodgers’ player, employee and fan, who had for 18 seasons … Continue reading

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Rough Time to be a Pitcher, But Who is Responsible?

The last week or so has been a horrible time for that sub-class of multi-millionaires who receive their income in exchange for throwing a baseball by, near, or at a sightly different sub-class of multi-millionaires who receive their bounty by … Continue reading

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