• https://www.facebook.com/kmt59 KT

    Great game by Cappy…standing O for stepping up

  • http://www.linkmeister.com/wordpress/ Linkmeister

    First back-to-back HRs all year, too.

  • foul tip

    Too bad Cap can’t get credit for an 11-inning combined shutout over NYY (6 IP) and SD (5) with 9 total Ks.

    Think I have this right…since May 12, he has turned in strong starts 5 of 6 times, the last 2 the best. Only hiccup was against the Cards 5/24–5 ER, 5 IP. On 5/29 he allowed 3 ER over 5.2 IP. In both those starts he seemed to have control issues, walking a combined 7. In his 4 other starts he has given up no more than one run. Hard to top that.

    Anyway, unless I have a math error, since May 12 he has 34.2 IP, 29 H, 10 ER (8 of those in the 2 BB-plagued starts), 8 total BB (meaning walking just one across his other 4 starts), and 27Ks. All this has come while battling nagging injuries.

    He’s never been considered a top of the rotation pitcher. But lately he’s been acting like one.

  • Anonymous

    The new Dodger owners wanted the waffle with all the whip cream, strawberries, and chocolate chips–not too healthy.

  • Anonymous

    I could be wrong, but I believe lefse means latka in Swedish.

  • Anonymous

    From Gurnick’s game story at dodgers.com:
    “Me and Rick [Honeycutt, the pitching coach] worked on some
    mechanical things and I was able to locate better,” Capuano said. “My
    fastball movement was better, especially away from right-handed
    hitters.”
    And without an overpowing fastball, Capuano needs sharp command, as a former left-hander appreciated.
    “He’s working the outside part of the plate and we couldn’t get to
    him,” said Padres manager Bud Black. “Every now and then he’d whip a
    fastball inside, but it was more down and away he’d nip the outside
    corner, change speeds on the ball away. He pitched well.”

  • Anonymous

    Today in Alb. the AAA team played the Rangers AAA team which is the team Alb. is chasing in their division. Alb. gave up 7 in the top of the 9th to lose 10-7 after being ahead 7-3. Josh Wall with the loss

    Both Kemp and SVS had one hit both doubles. Kemp went 1 for 3 with 1 K to now be 1 for 8 with 5 K. SVS went 1 for 5 to be now 1 for 8 with 6 K. Whole lotta K’ing goin’ on.

  • foul tip

    Is there magic in the name?

    LONDON (AP) — It didn’t take long for Wimbledon to produce its first upset on the opening day of the tournament.

    Puerto Rican teenager Monica Puig had 38 winners and eliminated
    fifth-seeded Sara Errani of Italy 6-3, 6-2 Monday in the first match on
    Court 18 of the grass-court Grand Slam.

    The 19-year-old Puig, playing her first grass-court tournament as a pro,
    outplayed the Italian veteran with her hard-hitting baseline game.

  • https://www.facebook.com/kmt59 KT

    Dodgers lineup:
    Ellis 2B
    Puig RF
    Gonzalez 1B
    Ramirez SS
    Hairston LF
    Ethier CF
    Uribe 3B
    Ellis C
    Ryu P

  • http://www.dodgerthoughts.com/ Jon Weisman

    NPUT