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Dodgers at home: 1,028-812 (.558695)
When Jon attended: 338-267 (.558677)*
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* includes road games attended
Dodgers at home: 51-35 (.593)
When Jon attended: 5-2 (.714)
When Jon didn’t: 46-33 (.582)
Note: I got so busy working for the Dodgers that in 2014, I stopped keeping track, much to my regret.
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game ending play in a win for Rancho C. tonight 4-3
Everett Williams singles on a line drive to right fielder Jonathan Garcia. Connor Powers scores. Jairo Gomez out at home, right fielder Jonathan Garcia to catcher Christopher O’Brien to third baseman C. Retherford to catcher Christopher O’Brien to shortstop Charlie Mirabal.
Better baseball through chemistry?
Or better chemistry through baseball :)
rarely have I spent a better 10 minutes. Thank you Jon
I woke this morning to a feeling that once interleague plays rolls around, the Dodgers will have regressed to the mean and the Angels will have too.
Which means, the Angels will probably win 5 of 6 games.
That’s a mean thought. You have regressed?
Thanks for the hilarious links.
Going to the game tonight. Let’s go Kershaw!
Baltimore is all aflutter. Adam Jones is supposedly about to sign a record-breaking contract with the O’s. Of course, the current record was set almost ten years ago by Tejada…
The Maryland version of Matt Kemp
Markakis, a contemporary of his, is the one who was always compared to Kemp in their earlier years.
How do Orioles fans look back on the contracts of Tejada and Javy Lopez? Were they seen as mistakes?
Not at all in the case of Tejada. He had his best years as an O. Javy also had good years, though some injuries. No, the big bust was Albert Belle, which kept them out of the market for years. No one has good memories of Glenn Davis either, who cost them Pete Harnisch, Steve Finley and Curt Schilling.
Hairston starting for the Dodgers tonight, batting fifth, playing third base.
Right into the thick of it.