Well, we’re only ten games in, so the short answer is not very much. But for anyone old enough to remember Polaroids, we are just about at the part where we’ve been staring at a blank picture for about a minute, and the shapes are starting to take form. Dee Gordon and Dan Haren have [...]
“Must win” is not a phrase you want to throw around in April, but we’ll at least say this- for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Los Angeles, no game has been as critical to win in this very early season as Sunday night’s. With a two game losing streak to the archrival Giants- a short [...]
There will probably be more fun stuff to write after the series in San Diego than before it- at least, that’s my excuse for not writing much here. But with Clayton Kershaw shelved (hopefully) for a very short period of time, and Matt Kemp still a few days away from being back, the Dodgers should- should- [...]Continue Reading →
Two games over .500 and a full game (or two) in front of the pack before the season has really even started? The Diamondbacks, already with two losses (not to mention two less home games) AND a longer plane ride home? Whether or not MLB’s “goodwill” objectives were reached for this games, the Dodgers have [...]Continue Reading →
Greetings all, I’m not ready to come out of my offseason slumber yet, seeing how we’re starting the season a week earlier than necessary- and at one o’clock in the morning, no less. The silver lining for these games is that they count as “home” games for the Diamondbacks, meaning they’ll have two less TRUE [...]Continue Reading →
Well into football, basketball and hockey season now, and weeks removed from the conclusion of the World Series- the 25th consecutive one that did not involve the Dodgers, but who’s counting- it’s not too late to reflect on a season that no Dodger fan will forget any time soon. Actually, to say that there was one regular [...]Continue Reading →
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