Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Pathetic Losers.

Gabcast! Stop this noise in my head #12 - Dodger's bitch slapped by White Sox

Business as usual at Dodger Stadium. The AL laughing at the Dodgers and all of us once again.


Blogger Michael Pascoe said...

Hey, at least the Diamondbacks suck. What is going to happen when we go back to playing our division? How is the West going to lose at once? Some one has to win. How pitiful.

Great segment. Love your audio. You need to be on the radio. (I need to be in a night club. What can you do?)

Minor league team? Yeah, the 51’s use to be a good team. Now too many are moved up at once and now Las Vegas is doing a Dodgers. They lose and lose. How sad.

Commitment to winning. How apropos. I like our players. They just don’t have that winning spirit.

Yeah, Ron Griffith did say “You can’t turn your back on your face.” Or was it Chevy Chase?

Boycott is our last voice. Make the move. Write letters to the editors. Bunches of them. Get them annoyed. Get them to know you and regret opening your letters until they finally do something. In fact, I’ll start doing the same.

They blindly send me emails as if everything peachy keen in Dodger Town. I think I will. Let’s make a commitment and do this every day or at least once a week and bug the shit out o’ dem. Then maybe they’ll do it just to shut us up.

12:15 PM  
Blogger Tony Forkush said...

Hilarious, Michael.

As my grandfather used to say, "if it wasn't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all."

2:07 PM  
Blogger Michael Pascoe said...

Here's a sample letter I want to write as soon I can get Dodger managements email address. (I don't want to send it to they'll never see it.)

t pains me to watch the Dodgers lose game after game. I wish I can say what’s wrong from my arm chair position. We have great players, we have a great manager, but we still lose. We don’t have a winning attitude and I don’t know why.

We fans are sick of it. We love our Dodgers no matter what, but we are sick of seeing them get humiliated. And don’t fire the manager, that’s always a knee jerk reaction. Something needs to be done to give life to this proud franchise. And it’s because this is a proud franchise that I am writing. I could care less if this is something that I am only casually interested in. For most of us, we have lived and died by this team since our childhood.

We are supposed to be celebrating great Los Angeles Dodger moments in the past. How about creating some new ones starting today?


A Dodger fan Michael Pascoe

2:22 PM  
Blogger Tony Forkush said...

The amazing truth, Michael, is that the Blue are now only THREE stinkin games back in the West. After Stult's masterpiece of last night (we'll see about Kershaw today), the team is actually poised to make a second half run in the most wretched division in history. And, as we all have seen before, once you get into the playoffs, teams get hot, so you never know.
Gene from Riverside, a long time Dodger caller from years ago, made an appearance on Dodger Talk last night, along with moi, and mentioned some extraordinary stats.

He claims that as soon as the Dodgers went with the youth movement and hired Joe Torre to manage, he knew they were in trouble because young teams are impatient at the plate, hit into reams of double plays (Loney leads all of the ML in hitting into double plays), and Torre almost never puts plays on. This means that the Dodgers are playing station to station baseball which is killing innings. This is a big factor, he suggests, in the teams lack of runs.
Could Joe be the wrong guy at the wrong time?
Three games back.

8:24 AM  
Blogger Michael Pascoe said...

JOe is not the wrong guy at the wrong time. I guess we have face the facts that this is a rebuilding year. I guess I didn't realize it. So we must be patient (sorry for the errors, but computer is acting up. I want to shoot it).

11:03 AM  
Blogger Michael Pascoe said...

I posted too soon. The Diamondbacks lost which puts the Dodgers two and a half behind.

10:55 PM  
Blogger Michael Pascoe said...

Can you believe it? A no-hitter thrown against them and the Dodgers won. What luck. Well, the Dodgers haven't had many this year. Except for the fact that of all of the bad games and those losing streaks, they are in striking position of first place. Only two and a half games behind. Go figure.

Also, the Las Vegas 51's won today. Monday, Garciapara and Jones will play for them. I wish I can go, but I have to work.

I have seen many of the Dodgers that played there. Eric Gagne, Paul LaDuca, Russell Martin, James Loney to name a few. I hope they can recover and help the team when they come up.

12:15 AM  

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