Dodgers World Series – My Flashbacks over 66 Years

October 19, 2018

Sunday was an off-day in the Dodgers pursuit of a World Series championship. Among other things I took a few moments to see what I could remember from each of the Dodgers 12 appearances in the World Series during my time as a Dodger fanatic. For some I don’t recall much, but for all I have a moment or two that I do.   I became a Dodger fan on April…

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The Kershawshank Redemption

October 18, 2018

I used to own www.kershawshankredemption.com, and it may mean more to me than it does to you… or not, but Game #5 was a real redemption for one Clayton Kershaw from his previous bad outing. He’s now 9-8 with a 4.11 ERA in the postseason. IF he can keep that up, he can get his cumulative postseason ERA to below 4.00. This year, Clayton’s playoff ERA is 2.50 with a…

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Do You Believe in Happy Endings?

January 28, 2018

Notice the resemblance? I think they look alike…  It’s the color of their eyes and their smiles! But, I digress! Once upon a time…. there was a young boy who played basketball and baseball in high school, but seemed to be destined to play in the NBA as he was a standout at basketball, winning two state championships in a row.  He was raised by his mother and grandmother who…

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I Loved Frank McCourt

January 8, 2018

Yes, I did… when it was announced that he was buying the Dodgers from a Fortune 500 Company who ran them like a drunken sailor runs on the deck of a ship in a hurricane.  See, FOX had no clue – they even traded away Mike Piazza… among many other blunders too numerous and painful to count. I was excited to see the Dodger bought by a “little guy” who…

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Dodgertown Still Whispers in my Ear!

January 31, 2017

I was at the Dodgers’ last spring training game in Vero Beach on March 17, 2008 in Holman Stadium, located in the heart of Dodgertown.  It was standing room only! The stadium had 6,500 seats, but I would not be surprised if there were 10,000 people in attendance.  That, in itself, was unusual because in most prior years, an afternoon game might draw only 2,000 or 3,000 people.  It wasn’t…

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