The Definition of Insanity

May 4, 2017

We all know what it is – doing the same thing and thinking you will get different results.  The Dodgers bullpen did not lose the game last night.  The Dodgers lack of hitting is what doomed them. When you score only 4 runs in 11 innings against a pitcher who has an ERA of over 6.00, you should volunteer to go to the minor leagues.  Yasiel Puig is the best…

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Andrew Toles Has Won the CF Job!

April 30, 2017

I usually wait until the next day before starting a new post, but I think Andrew Friedman and Farhan Zaidi need to consider this RIGHT ABOUT NOW!  It can’t wait and I know they read this blog.  I know it because they call me “That Dumbass Timmons!” Andrew Toles should be the starting CF.  Game over! End of story.  That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!  Someone said he…

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Purely a Trainwreck!

April 22, 2017

Move On – There’s Nothing to See Here Folks!  Well actually, there was plenty to see and most of it was bad.  I think that whenever a team gives up 9 runs in the 8th inning, they have an excellent chance to lose. I was having flashbacks to the Indiana Pacers game on Thursday night where they coughed up a 25 point halftime lead.  This seals the the deal for…

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The Kershawshank Redemption Cometh

April 19, 2017

I think that 79% of the the Dodger’s inability to hit LH pitching is 80% mental! Last year, the Dodgers never dropped below .500 until May 6, so we are ahead of schedule this year. I am encouraged by Ryu’s performance.  The stats don’t look good, but he went 6 innings last night with 97 pitches – not bad for a guy who has missed two years. I think 91…

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Should We Just Take Leave of Our Senses?

April 18, 2017

Fans, which is short for fanatics, tend to take leave of their senses when their team wins, in that they are overly elated… and they also do the opposite thing when their team loses.  They become overly downtrodden and only see gloom and doom.  After 14 games, the Dodgers are at .500.  They are 5-2 against RH pitching and 2-5 against LH pitching.  Many fans think it’s time to panic and…

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It’s Too Early to Panic, But…

April 14, 2017

Those junkyard dogs were nowhere to be found yesterday! The Dodgers front office under Andrew Friedman has been linked to numerous players over the time he has been in charge.  Cole Hamels, David Price, Aroldis Chapman, Ryan Braun and others have all allegedly been the subject of trade talks with FAZ, but no one pulled the trigger, although Chapman almost happened.  If we are to believe the Fish Hacks, Ryan Braun…

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A Giant Ending…

April 11, 2017

It was an ugly game, with 5 total errors by the teams, the Cubs were ahead 2-0, but the Dodgers battled back and tied the game.  The Cubs starting pitching was stellar – their relief pitching was good.  The Dodger’s starting pitching was good, but the relief pitching was stellar… until a former Giant took the mound and allowed a runner to get to third base.  The Dodger’s $84 million…

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DON’T GET ALL HAPPY… JUST YET!

April 10, 2017

Before I get into the game, it’s good to hear that Pedro Guerrero is improving. The Dodgers struggled against lefthanders the first two games of the season and I have never heard such wailing and gnashing of teeth.  I told you yo be patient, that this is baseball with peaks and valleys and two games meant nothing.  It’s a two-way street.  The Dodgers broke out against a lefthander yesterday, and…

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

April 8, 2017

Five games into the season and the Dodgers are 3-2. There’s really not much to go on, but we have seen some good things, some bad things and some ugly things. In baseball, it is all about Peaks and Valleys.  Peaks and Valleys – write that down! The Good 2.25 – That’s the Dodger’s team ERA.  They are among the best in baseball. The starters ERA is 2.93 and the…

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April 6, 2017 Game Chat

April 6, 2017

Todays’ Lineups Pos San Diego Padres Pos LA Dodgers LF 1.  Jankowski (L) LF 1.  Toles (L) CF 2.  Margot SS 2.  Seager (L) 1B 3.  Myers 3B 3.  Forsythe 2B 4.  Solarte (S) 1B 4.  Gonzalez (L) 3B 5.  Schimpf (L) CF 5.  Pederson (L) RF 6.  Renfroe 2B 6.  Utley (L) C 7.  Sanchez (S) RF 7.  Puig SS 8.  Aybar (S) C 8.  Barnes P 9.  Weaver…

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