Because when it’s right, it’s right …
— Jon Weisman
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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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AJ will always be one of the great stories in baseball for all the years he spent toiling in the minors. He persistancy finally paid off at 31, and today he is the catcher of choice for the greatest pitcher in the game, his buddy, Clayton Kershaw. Everything AJ does in our great game I applaud. He exemplifies Jim Valvano’s statement to “never give up”.
I agree :)
For the first time I noted on my scorecard a 0 in the home run column for Ellis, instead of leaving it blank and lo and behold it turned out to be good luck for AJ.