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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Another French Canadian Reliever For The Dodgers?

March 16, 2018

Last week DC discussed a Dodger reliever from every level in the organization.  Every reliever on that list has the potential to be at least a MLB middle reliever.  Some may become high leverage relievers.  Zach Pop was certainly drafted last year for just that reason.  One other that I started to follow last year in the DSL was Elio Serrano, who could be special.  But at 19 he has…

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Oh What A Relief It Is

November 6, 2017

Over the last few years, we Dodger fans have become accustomed to botched relief in post season appearances.  Which is why I have included one of my favorite images of reliever Steve Howe and catcher Steve Yeager following the final out  of the 1981 WS.  I have been fascinated with relievers since my first Dodger hero, Larry Sherry.  From Clem Labine, Ron Perranoski, Phil Regan, and Bob Miller to Eric…

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Favorite Dodgers

May 8, 2017

I would like to take a different approach for this post.  Sometimes we need a little levity.  Bumsrap has been a strong fan/advocate for Joc Pederson, and Mark has been a huge fan/advocate for Yasmani Grandal.  I am not the biggest fan of either (other than being a fan because they are Dodgers), but I am a big Alex Wood fan. I was also an unapologetic fan of Zach Lee….

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