Nothing is as Constant as Change

As we await to find out who the Dodgers play in the first round of the playoffs, I think it’s appropriate that we look ahead and see what types of changes could be on the horizon for the Dodgers in 2018. Changes in Players Of course, we do know that Andre Ethier’s contract us up and unless he wants to sign a “Chase Utley” type contract, his Dodgers career is…

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Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 2017 Recap

The 2017 Rancho Cucamonga Quakes had a record of 76-64, good for 2nd best overall record in the California League (High A).  They made the playoffs for the third consecutive season, but fell to the Lancaster JetHawks in the first round.  Multiple players have come through RC on their way to promotions, including Walker Buehler who went from RC to the ML roster.  Others who have made it into AA include:…

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104-58 and Some Fans Are Still Unhappy!

The Dodgers just completed the best season in the LA Dodgers history and some fans are still unhappy! I am convinced that if the Dodgers win the World Series and don’t sweep everyone, everygame, some fans will say “Yeah, but they did it the hard way – they should have won 11 games in a row.  FAZ should be fired!”   The Dodgers just took two out of three from the…

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The Process Is Working!

Home Field advantage goes to the Dodgers throughout the playoffs!  That is a big deal! The Dodgers have won the NL West every year since Andrew Friedman took control of baseball operations, and they have advanced further every year. Yet, there are “the Unbelievers” – they somehow doubt that his methods work.  Latest case in point:  Bill Shaikin of THE LA TIMES writes that How Dodgers fare in postseason will show…

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Boy, That Was Fun!

NOT! The Dodgers looked lifeless and disinterested last night for two reasons: 1.  THEY WERE! 2.  IT’S COLORADO! The game didn’t mean anything as the Dodgers had a 2 game lead over the Indians going into last night game.  Today, they have 102 wins and the Indians have 101.  Kershaw pitches today and I have a sneaking feeling Darvish will pitch Sunday. Ryu should probably never pitch at Coors again….

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Flip the Switch – It’s Go Time!

Well hey little Hollywood You’re gone but you’re not forgot You got the cash but you’re credit no good You flip the script and you shot the plot I remember I remember when the neon use to burn, so bright and pink So bright and pink! Saturday night kind of pink! Yes, the Dodgers flipped the switch. In the past 6 games the Dodgers have won 5.  They are averaging…

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Check, Double Check, Check Mate!

Logan Forsythe is picking a great time to peak!  Check! The Dodgers 5, 6, 7 and 8 hitters did most of the damage last night. Check, Check, Check, Check! Yu Darvish looked to be the equal of Clayton Kershaw and with six games to play.  Check! El Gasoline makes me nervous.  Chhhhhheeeeecccccckkkkkk! Segedin might be making a case to be on the roster!  Check! 100 wins!  Check! The Dodgers are…

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Around Third and Heading for Home…

Dodger fans are never in a good mood after a loss to the Giants and it’s especially irritating when MadBum is the winning pitcher. I’m no different!   $$#%& &?!^%$#@%$.  There I feel better already, but then factor in that I am an Indianapolis Colts fan and my Sunday doesn’t look too fun.  That, and it’s 92 degrees here today… at the end of September. A few things may have…

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