Saturday, March 12, 2005

Oh wow

In fact, Gagne said he's preparing for the possibility that the knee will not fully recover for a while.

"I think I'll have to deal with it all year," he said.

And Penny, and Perez, and Werth. Add to that Drew, Bradley, Tracy, Lasorda, McCourt's wife's other eye, and you have an absolute disaster. Absolute. Has any other team in the NL West had this many injuries? Inquiring minds want to know.

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Imagine This

Milton Bradley versus Ron Artest. In a cage match. With Ty Cobb as ref. Pretty cool huh?

Monday, March 07, 2005

I'm Baaaaaaaaack

It's almost as if I was destined to update this blog regularly. Coinciding with the onset of the baseball season, my girlfriend dropped me. The sweet, sweet embrace of her sweaty thighs will be replaced by the cool laser light of a televised Dodger game, and I will revert to the animal I have been most of my life. Any tone my body might have had will diminish, my hair will gray, my gut will expand. But baseball will be here! Hooray!! Hooray!!

Anyway, I noticed that DePod, as I call him, made a subtle dig at Beltre, arguing that he never recruits steroid players, and that our team is clean. Umm, Jose Valentin? Dodgerblues, another website already talked about this, but I feel I must expound further. Beltre, who just happened to be incredibly buff, is no longer. He is replaced by the gimpy triplets, Bradley, Werth, and Drew. On paper this outfield is fantastic. In reality it is a hospital bed away from the playoffs. These mofos are incapable of playing consistently. Expect Ricky Ledee, our fourth outfielder, to get at least 600 ABs, and every joker in our AAA team to get time out in the grass.

And expect more regular updating. Lates...

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