Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

Tonights winning lineup:
M. Ellis, 2b
Rivera 1b
Kemp, ct
Ethier, rf
Ramirez, 3b
Hairston, lf
Cruz, ss
A.J. Ellis, c
Harang, p

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218 Responses to Home Sweet Home

  1. trublu4ever says:

    Still hearing lots of rumors….nothing valid yet….wonder if something big will happen? Should be fun the next day and a half.

  2. Yeah, and lots of praying that Ned doesn’t do his usual “thing”.

  3. lbirken says:

    Dodger baseball sure got a lot more interesting these past few days with the trade for Ramirez and the sweep in San Francisco. The division is still up for grabs and could become a three team race.

  4. trublu4ever says:

    It will be so nice to hear Vinny, once again…..two days of Krud & Krapola were unbearable! The only redeeming factor was…..we kicked ass!

  5. trublu4ever says:

    Good grief…settle down Aaron!

  6. DodgerZona says:

    Harang sucks….Even though i’m a dodger fan watch out for the D’Backs

  7. enchantedbeaver says:

    This team isn’t going to run away and hide from anyone with the likes of Harang, Billz, and Capuano returning to the pitcher he really is.

  8. DodgerZona says:

    I’d rather have Dempster then Harang anyday

  9. DodgerZona says:

    So true enchanted

  10. trublu4ever says:

    I think, by tomorrow, Dempster will be a Dodger. I think, however, he is a Lillyesque kind of pitcher, isnt he?

  11. DodgerZona says:

    Could be Tru

  12. DodgerZona says:

    Just don’t give up Webster,Lee,Reed for him

  13. trublu4ever says:

    Looks like the bullpen is going to get a good workout tonight.

  14. trublu4ever says:

    Beware…the Cubs are staring to clean house…..Soto, Reed Johnson and Maholm already traded.

  15. vl4eccjr says:

    POOF!!

  16. trublu4ever says:

    KABOOM!!

  17. DodgerZona says:

    nice Harang

  18. DodgerZona says:

    Dammit

  19. vl4eccjr says:

    I guess we can call him Harank tonight, because he’s stinking so bad.

  20. Hi Everybody
    Let’s go Mets. All uphill tonight for the Dodgers.

  21. vl4eccjr says:

    Good thing Kersh pitched a CG yesterday to give the bullpen a break.

  22. Ah, at least we’re not shut out. A moral victory 🙂

  23. lbirken says:

    Wow, what a disappointing start to this game and home stand.

  24. vl4eccjr says:

    Pffffffft!!!
    What a stinker!

  25. Here’s hoping the Mets can hold on in the 9th.

  26. trublu4ever says:

    Dodgers are about to get Victorino…..traded for Brandon League, who will be shipped to Philly along with others (possibly Lindblom) to acquire Shane.

  27. nellyjune says:

    Really Mets? Goodness!!

  28. Mets are playing like losers.

  29. nellyjune says:

    We need pitching, not the Cryin’ Hawaiian – bleh!

    • trublu4ever says:

      I think they are still working on pitching. I don’t quite understand the move either….although, I think Shane is better than Rivera (who will probably play a lot at 1st)…..and, he can hit better than TGJ and Abreu.

  30. The brother Hairston does it again, but will it be enough?.

  31. Let them try…..again.

  32. vl4eccjr says:

    Thanks Mets!

  33. At last…….
    Well all’s well that ends well.

  34. Got to stop them snakes tomorrow night….or tonight.. (haha)

  35. nedisajerk says:

    Come on Mets and I know you want a Guerra+Wright+Loney for Wright hahahaha.

  36. vl4eccjr says:

    With the Dodgers acquiring RHP reliever Brandon League from the Mariners, I guess this means Tolleson gets sent back down. . .

  37. grizzy says:

    Of course we still need pitching as always, but there is also a lack at the top of the order, which Victorino could fill. It’s another two month rental, though and not so great in the long run. I think he’d be great to have now, but what do you give up for a player for two months? Not much, I would think.

  38. DodgerZona says:

    Dodgers In Serious Talks For Victorino per Jon Heyman…..Sorry folks…I know a lot of peeps don’t like Vic

  39. trublu4ever says:

    Done deal….Victorino a Dodger….gave up Lindblom and Ethan Martin.

  40. We got Victorino and gave up Ethan Martin and Josh Lindblom for him. I, for one, will miss Josh. He brought a lot more than just pitching to the team.

    • crash24now says:

      Now the only outstanding potential trade is – will we get a starting pitcher?

      As much as I liked to hate the Cryin’ Hawaiian, he will fill two big gaps – leadoff and LF.

  41. DodgerZona says:

    I will miss Josh Lindblom to….Have a feeling Dempster is coming to..Will c

  42. enchantedbeaver says:

    Sounds like we got fleeced on this deal for a rental.

  43. trublu4ever says:

    To counter us…the Gnats got Pence.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      I’d have much rather had Pence.

      • 32and53fan says:

        Except we need a solid lead off hitter. Still, I think Vic came at a pretty high price if he is just a rental. But if he helps get us in the World Series, it might be worth it.

  44. trublu4ever says:

    We are still supposedly working on two more big deals.

  45. nedisajerk says:

    Anyway we can flip Wright+Uribe+Rivera+Guerra for some prospect lol?

  46. I wanted Felix Hernandez from the M’s…Although we would have had to give up a lot of young pitching, and that seems to be a cardinal sin. Never can have enough inexpensive, young, live arms around. The Yankees need an above average defender to man 3rd base until A-Rod is back…Uribe may not hit the ball, but he can still catch it and throw it…Overall I think we’ve improved our team, I do agree…we need a reliable arm…

  47. grizzy says:

    Like it or not he’s our boy now. Let’s hope he’ll resign. At 31 he’s entering his prime.

  48. So what do we do with Juan???

  49. nedisajerk says:

    Can we trade Webster+Loney+Guerra and pay all of Uribe salary for Soriano+Dempster and moved Ethier to 1st base?

  50. crash24now says:

    Starting Pitchers – who do you trust to go 6-8 innings in the playoffs and give up 2 runs or less?

    a) Kershaw – yes
    b) Bills – no – can only do it 1/3 of the time
    c) Capuano – maybe yes, maybe no
    d) Lilly – no – can do it 1/4 of the time
    e) Harang – 1/10 of the time – when he strikes out 9 in a row.
    f) Rubby – unknown quantity, given he’s coming off his TJ surgery

    g) Dempster – possibly a #2 after Kershaw
    h) Cliff Lee – yes!
    i) Garza – possible
    j) Josh Johnson – yes

  51. Soriano makes how much per year and Dempster is around for how long 3 months? Is there any way to trade Frank and his half of the parking lots…to…anywhere?

  52. I have a feeling we will end up with Garza???

  53. enchantedbeaver says:

    Its kind of refreshing to see ownership go balls to the walls at the trade deadline, but they picked a peculiar year to do it considering what the rest of this team looks like, and especially if they can’t come up with another starter or two.

    I really don’t like totally re-tooling at the deadline either. Ned ought to try and really build a team BEFORE the season starts, and then maybe add that one player to get you over the top.

    • I feel like you do, but we all know this is not the way Neddie boy does it. Maybe, if, God forbid, he should still be with the team this winter, with money behind him, he will change his M.O. But truthfully, I doubt it. It’s so much easier to rape the farm system.

  54. Just turned the hourglass over one last time this trade season.

  55. The Reds got our old friend, Jonathan Broxton!

  56. trublu4ever says:

    Look out…the Dbacks got Pods! 😉

  57. crash24now says:

    Anybody here care for a Josh Beckett?

  58. trublu4ever says:

    Apparently, Dylan Hernandez has tweeted that we are done for the day.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Anyone see a correlation between this year and 2008-2009? No pitching.

      Why bother getting Victorino for 2 months to get to the playoffs if you can’t finish it off once you get there?

  59. trublu4ever says:

    Rangers got Dempster.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      I guess we’ll get nothing and like it.

    • 32and53fan says:

      I wonder what the Cubs were demanding? Whatever it was, Kasten must have determined it would have hurt the Dodgers in the long run.

      • enchantedbeaver says:

        Sounds like they kept holding out for Webster. I really don’t care that they didn’t get Dempster, think he’ll really just be a RH Lilly, but he would be an improvement over Harang and probably Billz.

        OK, so we make the playoffs – who pitches after Kersh? Or do we hope for 3 days of rain?

        • trublu4ever says:

          Did not want to part with our two top pitching prospects (Lee & Webster) and, I’m glad we held our ground,

          • enchantedbeaver says:

            Once again though, Ned builds you up for something great, then can’t deliver.

  60. nedisajerk says:

    If Ned was smart which he isn’t he would DFA Uribe and called up Fields.

  61. enchantedbeaver says:

    Ned’s more back in his element now – dumpster diving on the waiver wire.

  62. koufax1963 says:

    Ok so the dodgers didnt get dempster, yea we really don’t have post season pitching, and hamels won’t be available, but we have shown we can beat top talent pitching Cain and vogelson recently. I was thinking we would retool during the winter, but a playoff appearence would do the team good after coming close in 08 and 09. I am impressed with TGJr and should of had him leadoff and and play LF, so victorino get that spot now (or CF, MK is that accomodating). It amazes me how managment sticks with some player that has been paid too much (uribe) yet does not give playing time or sporadic time to the lesser paid player (herrea,TGJr) Keep playing Loney at 1B, I think he will come around for the stretch.

  63. messagebear says:

    I would have rather gotten Pence.

  64. 32and53fan says:

    Who are these guys that the Cubs preferred over our offered prospects, whoever they were,?

  65. crash24now says:

    Who gets dropped off the 25-man roster when Victorino is added?

    Abreu, Gwynn, or Uribe?

  66. crash24now says:

    The flyin Hawaiian better get here soon. The Snakes are throwing a LHP, and Shane has better splits against the lefties.

  67. crash24now says:

    Lineup Time – No Victorino Yet

    Hairston LF
    Ellis 2B
    Kemp CF
    Ethier RF
    Ramirez 3B
    Rivera 1B
    Cruz SS
    Treanor C
    Capuano P

  68. lbirken says:

    I am a bit surprised at getting Victorino and hope the price is not too high. Interesting that the Dodgers landed two players who have good numbers against the Dodgers and play well at Dodger Stadium. It will also be interesting to see how Victorino is accepted by the fans if he gets off to a slow start. I think it is clear the Dodgers could not land the starting pitching they targeted because the price was too high. Scoring more runs might make up for the pitching.

    As for the comment above about not giving certain

    players a chance, I think the Dodgers have given players a chance. If TGJr or Herrera were consistent hitters, maybe they would play more but the fact they are both light hitting works against them. Loney has become a sort of platoon player due to his lack of production. And who knows what will happen with Dee Gordon. I agree sometimes there is a logjam at a position but for the most part, players who produce will alwyas have a spot somewhere.

  69. Dodger4life says:

    I just read that the plan is to have Dee Gordon play SS when he returns, although he could be out for another month. I will say that even know we failed to get an arm the past several days. We improved ( without giving up all our youngsters for a rental, or worse ) and that is far better than the last Bozo making the comment of “Whatever it takes…” no need to finish that statement. Nothing to do now, but sit back and enjoy the ride, sing a few songs, crack a few jokes…Root and Rah, Rah!…and hopefully sip some new Kool-Aid from the victory flask…We still have a victory flask don’t we???

  70. Dodger4life says:

    I now turn the floor over to anybody that can say something intelligent…Anybody…anybody at all…

  71. koufax1963 says:

    The victory flask is ready to be filled. We lost 3 of 4 from the snakes earlier this month, it is time for payback, or the snakes will be on our backs.

  72. Dodger4life says:

    My favorite color is Blue…but neon isn’t too far behind. Is it too early to request a song…where’s the D,J.???

  73. Dodger4life says:

    Play Ball!!
    .
    Let’s Go Dodgers, Let’s Go!!!

  74. trublu4ever says:

    Nice catch Jerry!

  75. trublu4ever says:

    I see we have another umpire with a questionable strike zone….tired of this crap!

  76. trublu4ever says:

    Shit…in the hole again!

  77. trublu4ever says:

    Way to go Mark!

  78. Dodger4life says:

    Solo Shot’s for the house…Come on Boy’s!!

  79. enchantedbeaver says:

    Somebody might want to wake these guys up and tell them they’re in a pennant race.

  80. DodgerZona says:

    Run support…Let’s go

  81. trublu4ever says:

    Blast-off!

  82. DodgerZona says:

    LOL well not tonight…Dammit

  83. enchantedbeaver says:

    SOS. Only the names change.

  84. crash24now says:

    Capuano just shit the bed.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Unfortunately, Capuano is pitching back to his career norms.

      We’re just lucky Ned picked up all those starters at the trade deadline.

  85. enchantedbeaver says:

    Trouble with this team is, it has the bats, just not the balls.

    • crash24now says:

      Don’t get me started on Billz

    • Dodger4life says:

      enchanted I love you like a brother…I do…your a smart cookie…funny as all get up…never forget the day we met, at Nelly’s house… One of the highlights of my drunk ass life…Boy was I drunk….Yeah Buddy,,, Nelly sure put on a good spread didn’t she….God love Nelly…if she don’t love nothing else…and she sure loves her Gnat loving husband ( What a solid guy he is) solid gold….But ..But…And I mean this with the more respect, than I care to muster… Go Blue!!

  86. vl4eccjr says:

    I’m getting nauseaous listening to the radio broadcast. Charlie’s blatant ass smooching to guest Fecolletti is making me want to hurl!!

  87. DodgerZona says:

    Were done folks…With no pitching…Kershaw that’s all we got…These guys could not hit the side of a barn

  88. DodgerZona says:

    I’m done…Nite folks

  89. vl4eccjr says:

    G’night all!

  90. Dodger4life says:

    LOVE YA” NELLY……….

  91. Dodger4life says:

    Hey Nelly..Did I mention..the fact…….That I love ya;…Ya Buddy!

  92. Dodger4life says:

    Ya, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaya buddy!

  93. Dodger4life says:

    Matt Kemp…Hanley…
    .
    Yah,”I see you”…Y’all see me…what the heck….
    .
    Hawkeye …Baby!!…
    .

  94. I understand that Victorino is in the club house and in today’s lineup. Hope he brings some good mojo with him . . . go Dodgers!

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      I’m hoping he can wake these guys up. Last couple of games they more like they’re playing out the string rather than in a race.

  95. nedisajerk says:

    I would rather DFA Uribe instead.

    • crash24now says:

      Agreed. At least Abreu was useful as a pinch hitter. Uribe is completely useless.

      • nedisajerk says:

        As LF 52 161 22 41 11 1 1 16 28 38 3 2 .255 .363 .354 .717
        As RF 2 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 .143 .143 .143 .286
        As DH 4 16 1 2 0 0 1 4 1 5 0 0 .125 .176 .313 .489
        As PH 22 19 4 6 0 0 0 2 3 6 2 0 .316 .409 .316 .725

        At least Abreu wasn’t useless PH like we allI know by an Ex Giants and another Angels. I know I’m getting ahead of myself he would’ve been prefect to DH for us if we made the WS.

        This is weird to see the Pirates being buyers. I wish we could’ve traded for Gaby Sanchez before the Marlins traded him to the Pirates. The Marlins send him down when they arquire Lee.

  96. enchantedbeaver says:

    I see we’re mashing again today. Ned/Stan went out and got some guys with talent, so now its time to squarely point the finger at Donnie and his coaching staff. If this is all the more they can get out of these guys, then its time to clean house and find some guys that are motivators. Watching the SOS when you have this line-up is completely unacceptible.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Of course, everything from 5th on down is still nothing but crap. If the first 4 guys don’t get it done, you’re through.

  97. trublu4ever says:

    I think we left our bats in Frisco!

  98. trublu4ever says:

    WTF, Donnie….Uribe in…Cruz out!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stupid move!

  99. DodgerZona says:

    Wow Wow Wow…..I second that tru…Stupid move is right….What the hell was Dre swinging at there geez

  100. enchantedbeaver says:

    These guys are just as pathetic as they were before any roster moves were made.

  101. crash24now says:

    Two hits in seven innings. Now that’s offensive.

  102. DodgerZona says:

    Boooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  103. DodgerZona says:

    Can’t stand to even watch anymore….You all take care

  104. crash24now says:

    Same here. See you later. I need to go watch some paint dry.

  105. Why does the entire offense just quit like this? I’m shaking my head in wonderment and disbelief.

  106. kahliforni says:

    Dodgers playing like they’re still in a little bit of shock with all the moves. Easy for fans to just consider players baseball cards, but I imagine as much as they like the acquisitions, it must be hard to say bye-bye to teammates Lindblom, Abreu, and Eovaldi. Maybe Cub pitching will help come Friday…D-Backs pitching looks all-world right now.

  107. kahliforni says:

    Anyone else get the feeling Kennedy and Gordon’s injuries won’t be fully healed until September 1st when rosters expand? Or maybe Uribe can go back on the DL with whatever malady management can concoct.

  108. vl4eccjr says:

    PATHETIC!!!

  109. 32and53fan says:

    That was a waste of time.

  110. lbirken says:

    Never a dull moment for Dodger fans, unless of course they watched this three game series against the D’backs.

  111. messagebear says:

    Sometimes when bad things happen, you just can’t help.
    I’d rather be winning, but one series doesn’t change the whole complexion of things, nor will the acquisitions necessarily transform a mediocre team into a playoff winner. It’ll take more than that.
    In the meantime, as long as we’re losing anyway, I take delight in perplexing those MF’ers named Kasten, Magic, and Ned – I hope they’re pulling their hair out; I certainly am NOT.

    • lbirken says:

      Bear, I think just about everyone expected a much better performance in this series regardless of the acquisitions after the series against the Giants.

  112. grizzy says:

    Most impressive. All of us expected more from this series than this, but perhaps it will take a minute or two to get used to the new faces and the lineup to jell. That’s what I’m hoping.

  113. koufax1963 says:

    ah send the dodgers on the road, our new BP pitchers gave it up, I don’t want see the stuff in LA, just win one game and all could be better. Our pitcher got more hits than half the team. yes this was pathetic. Is the clubhouse chemistry gone, well its seems that way at the ravine, so hit the road.

  114. messagebear says:

    Don’t mean to come across as totally negative concerning the new ownership’s efforts to bolster the team. Ramirez is certainly a big improvement over having Uribe, regardless of what kind of series he has from one week to another. In addition, I haven’t seen anything outstanding about Gordon except his speed, so Ramirez may be the future for a couple of years in the infield. If he approaches things with the right attitude, I think we’ll all be glad to have him. Victorino probably has left his best years behind him, and I’m not sure that giving up Lindblom will prove worth it. I don’t doubt that he will be some improvement over Abreu, Gwynn, and Rivera, but not that significant. Choate and Lidge are just another couple of relievers that won’t make much difference either way. The outcome for the season would have been much more promising had we been able to get a Dempster, or Greinke, or any other legitimate class starter. That’s where we were ultimately lacking, and that’s where we are still lacking as far as I’m concerned.

    I’d still feel a lot better about the future, if the new ownership took the bull by the horns and got rid of Ned and Donnie, and most of the coaching staff. That would go a long way toward convincing me that they are serious baseball people looking to build a team that the current cast has badly failed to do.

  115. enchantedbeaver says:

    I see Hairston’s whining about Goldschmidt’s takeout slide yesterday. Instead of whining, our boys could take a lesson in playing hard and playing to win. But then, THAT’S how I would expect a Gibson led team to play.

    And what we have is exactly how I’d expect a Mattingley led team to play…

    • messagebear says:

      I suppose according to Hairston’s rules Mel Ott would have been perpetually suspended for aggressive play. Sounds like a bit of frustration since Hairston’s come down to earth with his play.

  116. crash24now says:

    The Phillies just put Cliff Lee on waivers. The new Dodger ownership could really show the fans that they want to win by bringing in Lee. A playoff rotation that starts with Kershaw/Lee would be much better than what we’ve got now.

  117. kahliforni says:

    Looks like Gnats are having an equally hard time adjusting to new faces……………………

    • Oh yeah – they lost 9-1! We’re only a half game out of first . . . the rest is up to the Dodgers to get their stuff together and take advantage of it tomorrow. Let’s go, Dodgers!!!

  118. Oh gee, don’t tell Ned – Brett Tomko and Derek Lowe are available . . . . .

  119. lbirken says:

    Adjusting to new faces= another lame excuse for crappy play. The Dodgers and Giants better be careful or they both will be looking up to Snakes.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Give it a couple weeks (if that) and they will be birk. I agree with you on the excuses. This team just plain lacks the cajones to get it done, and Hairston’s public whining is embarrassing. Clean or dirty, that issue needed to be taken care of on the field, not in the papers, but I’ve come to expect a Mattingley led team to have all the fire and drive of a marshmallow.

      • trublu4ever says:

        Oh, how I miss the days of Lasorda….he would have had a few choice words and, a few thrown objects to get his point across!

  120. lbirken says:

    I was a bit surprised at Hairston’s comments even if he really did think Goldschmidt’s slide was “dirty”. From the video it does look as if Goldschmidt (could this not have happened to a player with a shorter name?)raised his leg to take out Hairston. Still, players usually have a way of dealing with this sort of thing short of calling for a player’s suspension in public. It may be warranted but it does sound like whining. In Lasorda’s day he probably would have thrown at the guy for continually getting on base.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Goldschmidt actually did get plunked an inning or two before, so perhaps that was his way of taking care of business.

      What it really comes down to is, Gibson’s team is playing for a title, and we’re a bunch of prima donas that can’t play when things don’t go our way.

      I’d give anything if Gibson or Scoscia were our manager. All Mattingley can evidently do is whip our guys into a frenzied whine.

      • lbirken says:

        E, I am not as soured on Donnie as you are but it might be interesting to see what Victorino brings to the clubhouse. I am sure every player wants to win.

        • enchantedbeaver says:

          Birk, I just see two teams on opposite ends of the spectrum taking on the personality of their manager. One is short on stars, but pulls performances from his players, and the other who has stars but can’t even get them to play hard against a division rival (and if they were playing hard, then it makes this series even more pathetic.)

          If you put Manny aside for the year and a half when they took on more of his personality, this team played like droll old Joe. Now it plays like unsure, 90+ different line-ups, out of position Donnie. No one knows their role, no one knows their position, no one knows if they’re playing from day to day. He manages like the American Leaguer he is – no hit and runs, no manufacturing runs, just hope they string a bunch of hits together, then sit and tell people well, we played well, but just didn’t catch any breaks.

          It’ll be interesting if this team doesn’t make the playoffs to see if indeed his head will roll.

  121. koufax1963 says:

    Agree, Hairston should have just planted the ball in goldschmidts ear. Theres your interference call, two outs. done. and the ouch on goldy would remind him to get down early if he wants to break up the DP.

  122. trublu4ever says:

    I see Dempster is rockin’ tonight….gave up 7 runs in 4 innings! Pitching, as a whole, really sucks this year.

  123. kahliforni says:

    Blame Mattingley all you want–he’s no favorite of mine, anyway–but these Dodgers are NOT built for a 2012 championship run…never were. This is Frank’s and Ned’s roster. And their pitching staff is starting to get ROCKED on a regular basis.

    • lbirken says:

      Might be a while then until the minor league pitchers Ned was reluctant to trade make it to the big club.

      • lbirken says:

        That was not very clear. What I meant was it might be a while to become a championship caliber team until the pitching improves, and that will take a while as those minor leaguers develope. Hopefully they do and they do it soon.

        • crash24now says:

          The top prospects being Rubby, Zach Lee, Allen Webster, and Chris Reed. Not all will be successful. But if two could become the caliber of #2 or #3 starters, then together with a still young Kershaw, we would have playoff ready pitching. That’s still a couple years out.

          By then Ethier could move to first base, and the outfield could be Kemp, Puig, and Victorino. I don’t know if Dee Gordon will be contributing at that time.

  124. trublu4ever says:

    Hold on to your hats Dodger faithful….we have acquired Joe Blanton for a player to be named later,

  125. messagebear says:

    Sounds like another Capuano/ Harang quality pitcher. You’d think we could find somebody like that within our own system, but what the heck – it’s only money, or another prospect or two.

  126. messagebear says:

    Blanton said. ”They have a very good team over there. Pitching against them, I know how good their lineup is. They’re in a good position right now. So that’s always exciting. They’re fighting to win out there, and that’s always exciting to be a part of.”

    I’m not sure that Blanton knows to whom he’s been traded looking at that quote. Just look at our record since June.

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