Enough is enough!


155 Responses to RALLY TIME

  1. trublu4ever says:

    Will try anything to get the bats going.

  2. trublu4ever says:

    We are pretty bad right now but, boy, the Cardinals really suck!

  3. crash24now says:

    Thank you for the rally panties. They have worked before, and I hope they work again. We need all the help we can get. We’re sure not getting much help from Mattingly. Stupid bunts.

  4. trublu4ever says:

    Here’s what Donnie is putting out there today:


  5. trublu4ever says:

    Finally…the Cards blank the Gnats 2-0!

  6. Hanley brings in Ethier.
    Good start.

  7. crash24now says:

    Puig is in a mini-slump – no extra base hits since Thursday 😦

    But Hanley got the RBI!

  8. Nice to see Matt come through.

  9. crash24now says:

    I’ve got to say – these rally panties are really working. So far, so good.

  10. I like seeing that the Bucs didn’t score. The Dodger pitchers have been giving the runs back immediately lately. Not that time.

  11. Another RBI for Hanley.

  12. crash24now says:

    A-Gon extends the rally!

  13. trublu4ever says:


  14. crash24now says:

    Kemp with the SF RBI!

  15. crash24now says:

    Turner joins the party!

  16. Gulp! the Dodgers are 6-8 w RISP.
    Nice six run lead.

  17. This is what makes me nervous, I hate to blow big leads. The Pirates must’ve gotten a wif of those panties.

  18. crash24now says:

    Dee Gordon gets us started again. Keep the Dodger rallies going.

  19. crash24now says:

    Well, that was an unfortunate event.

  20. crash24now says:

    Hanley! 2-run tater! ###############

  21. crash24now says:

    Butera Beast!

    We need to order a gross of these rally panties!

  22. I hope the Dodgers don’t score all their runs in one game. We may run out of panties.

  23. I must say, this is a really good game to be able to watch! Feels like the good old days 🙂

  24. crash24now says:


    Second Tater!!!!!

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  25. If it was up to you guys, he would’ve been gone already.

  26. I hope the Dodgers have some runs left for tomorrow night. Save the panties

  27. trublu4ever says:

    Excellent game boys!

  28. Dodger4life says:

    I missed last nights game…some of the lady’s around here invited me to go play B-I-N-G-O, and with the way the offense had been sputtering along. B-I-N-G-O with a pot luck supper sounded like a winner.

    I was rather surprised when I returned home and seen all the post.
    I will be watching the re-play soon.

  29. grizzy says:

    It’s a good thing for me, all this attention Puig is getting from the media, because the Dodgers are getting on TV more often lately. I was thinking all this Puig was getting to be a little much, and it probably is, but I’m not going to complain. I get to see the team more often. More bat flips, too.

  30. Oh, great rally panties. Long may they wave!!!

  31. oldbrooklynfan says:

    Get those panties out tonight in full bloom Tru, I’m enjoying the Dodger run production.

  32. I hope Greinke can settle down so the Dodgers can gain another game on the Rockies who lost today.

  33. lbirken says:

    I think there are more ESPN commentators on this broadcast than players on the field.

  34. I hope Volquez doesn’t make those two runs hold up.

  35. McCutchen making life miserable.

  36. crash24now says:

    Seven announcers not able to do as good a job as one – Vinny.

  37. Greinke has settled in.

  38. Justin Turner 12 RBI 3 HRs.

  39. trublu4ever says:

    Here we go …. time to take over!

  40. lbirken says:

    Vinny’s occasional silence is better than all this chatter.

  41. I hope Geinke didn’t settle down too late.Volquez is also looking good.

  42. Not looking good here.

  43. Only one run we’re still in this game.

  44. It’s about time we start shaking those panties.

  45. This game may just be slipping away.

  46. lbirken says:

    Unusual to see a player hit a home run a pitch after just missing a home run on a drive that goes foul. Too bad it was a Pirate that hit it.

  47. It’s hard to beat guys that make catches like that.

  48. Yes, but it’s also difficult to listen about how great McCutchen is when we’ve got good players, too.

  49. I hope we can do something in the 8th, I hate facing that Grilli again. –Wag them panties.

  50. enchantedbeaver says:

    This team’s a friggin joke.

    • JhallWally says:

      Yep Beav, and that is because the manager is a joke… Along with the GM … How can you get really revved up playing for a sychophant/incompetent manager who kisses an imbeciles (Nedcompoop) ass????

      • enchantedbeaver says:

        I tell ya Wally, until Kasten recognizes this club will never win anything under Mattingly this team is destined for nongreatness for years to come. I’m almost to the point of turning them off until 2017 when they hopefully haven’t re-signed that asshole for another term. I despise that bastard a hundred times more than I ever have Ned.

        There’s a bunch of players I’d like to see gone too that we’re never going to win with. Unfortunately with Ned making the player moves, we’ll ways be stuck with overpaid nonproducing vets rather than seeing what some of the kids have. Only exception to that rule are a few pitchers that Mattingly promptly goes out and breaks.

        I’m just totally disgusted.

  51. It’s disappointing, with Greinke going, not being able to move up a game on the Rockies but more so, IF the Dodgers don’t catch the Giants they need a good won and lost record to make the Wild Card game.

  52. messagebear says:

    McCutcheon and Alvarez sure crapped in the rally pants!
    What’s worse is that we lost a four game series to the Pirates, but what else would you expect from the Guggenheim Duds.
    This money rich organization stinks from top to bottom, and I don’t see it getting any better unless a lot of heads roll – so far it’s only a lot of crap rolling at the Ravine.

  53. JhallWally says:


  54. messagebear says:

    Oh yes, and I have no desire to make it into the playoffs via Wild Card selection. This team, ON PAPER, should be the best in division if not best in league, but the whole concept of team makeup and management is so f****’d up that they really ought to be disqualified until at least three heads have rolled for the good of baseball.
    In the meantime, what I want to see happen is a total sell-off of the worthless, overpaid, and unachieving prima donnas that Ned and big money have accumulated. Those at the top of the list would be: Ramirez, Kemp, Crawford, Uribe, Maholm, Wilson. If we can get some value, I’d also give up Becket and Haren to a contender. Let’s get some talent that wants to fight for a position on a major league ballclub and promote some guys from the minors to get a start toward next season.
    Incidentally if you don’t already know, the heads I’d like to roll are named Kasten, Ned, and Mattingly.

    • oldbrooklynfan says:

      Right now the Giants seem to me as the best, at least in the NL West, so at least for the time being, I’ve decided to see how we’re. doing in the Wild Card. The Cardinals, a team I really hate, are at 30-27, the best of the 2nd place teams and we’re at 30-28, just a 1/2 game off the pace, which is really the 2nd Wild Card spot.. that’s a lot better than being 7 1/2 games behind the Giants. I know it’s to early to talk about the Wild Card but I was just looking for some bright side. It doesn’t seem to make any difference to me how we get to the postseason, as long as we get there. There’s no shame in winning the wild card.

  55. lbirken says:

    Wow, it is back to the “good old days” of discontent. So you want to get rid of all these players and give the “kids” a chance? Other than Pederson, who else do we have waiting in the wings? It is not like when Kemp, Ethier and Loney were blocked by your PVL’s.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Trouble is Birk, its the same damn thing this club does each and every year. Pederson should be given a shot in center, but they bring up some journeyman minor leaguer instead. Arrubuwhatever is buried on the bench – he wasn’t even allowed to play short for a couple innings in the blowout the other day despite the fact they were 3-1 with him at short and he solidified the infield for those games (and was swinging the bat pretty well too for a light hitter.) Guerrero was playing well enough to get a call up before Olivo bit his ear off, but wasn’t. Seager’s tearing up Hi-A and should be promoted to AA (and learning 3B) so that he could possibly play the position in 2015 (though he won’t because either Uribe or Hanley will be blocking him.) Oh yes, Hanley will have a hot September so that Ned re-signs him to umpteen years. Paco’s been banished for some reason but they kept Maholm. There may not be many, but its my guess they’d play a lot harder than what we’re seeing.

      • messagebear says:

        Well, E – I think we should line up somebody who can front about $3 billion to buy a major league team that you and I can GM and manage together, because our thinking is on the same track. Know anybody?

        • enchantedbeaver says:

          Well crap Bear, I can put up at least $100.

          May we can hit up McCourt for a loan. I hear he’s loaded now.

          • messagebear says:

            Actually I’d rather hit up Jamie, but that’ll still leave us a couple of billion short. What luck.

  56. messagebear says:

    Yes, and that is part of the overall problem – in spite of promises to significantly upgrade our farm system, there we are with four minor league affiliates, all playing with losing records. We obviously don’t know how to fill those minor league ranks with real talent, so I’d like to see the overpaid mentioned underachieving guys replaced with other organizations’ top pick talents. One way to achieve that might be to trade off the names I mentioned for some guys ready to play in the major leagues and give their 110% to do so. Of course, if Kasten, Ned and Donnie do the picking it would all be for naught anyway.

  57. enchantedbeaver says:

    Well here’s a new one. Guess we aren’t losing fast enough now.

  58. crash24now says:

    Just another no-hit lineup

    Figgins 2B – huh???? Can’t buy a hit
    Kemp LF – hasn’t hit since Christmas
    Puig RF – one true hitter amongst a buncha duds
    Ramirez SS – had one good game in the last three weeks
    Gonzalez 1B – no longer butter and eggs
    Van Slyke CF – better hit his homerun, but it will be a solo.
    Turner 3B – the hottest hitter is buried at #7
    Butera C – never learned how to hit – when we getting a catcher?
    Kershaw P – will need to throw a shutout to win

  59. crash24now says:

    For the White Sox benefit – hit the ball here:


  60. messagebear says:

    Holy crap! VanSlyke has evolved into a center fielder – and maybe pigs can fly.

  61. crash24now says:

    It ain’t gonna be pretty, but at least it will be Vinny.

  62. I hope Clayton can keep them panties away from those White Sox.

  63. crash24now says:

    Kemp was really slow down the 1b line on that DP.

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Kemp’s toast. I’d bring up Pederson and let him get his feet wet the rest of the year. Hell, maybe you even make the wild card with him.

  64. enchantedbeaver says:

    Gotta love Donnie. When he has a plan that really works, like the right handed line-up, he sticks with it.

    • trublu4ever says:

      ….and, Crash posted the numbers to prove it!

      • enchantedbeaver says:

        Honestly Tru, do you think you could stop someone on the street and have them to pick 8 players out of 13 names, put them in any random order and have a line-up any worse than this?

        • trublu4ever says:

          It is very pathetic. Kersh deserves better.

          • trublu4ever says:

            Boom…2 runs should be enough to beat us!

          • enchantedbeaver says:

            Kersh doesn’t seem to have it this year either.

            I might as well go watch an old Mystery Science Theater on YouTube. Its more entertaining than this crap night after night. In fact, if we’re going to follow this shit night after night, we might as well make stupid comments like that too.

            BTW, I see where Donnie doesn’t have a problem with the intensity level of this team.

            I’ve got a problem with him not.

          • trublu4ever says:

            Monkey see…monkey do.

  65. The Cards just lost, their record is 30-28, the same as the Dodgers. This is the best record for teams NOT in first place. Just thought I’d mention it.
    Oh I see this Jose Abreu is living up to his billing.

  66. crash24now says:

    Perfect game. No hitter. Shutout. Game.

  67. crash24now says:

    What is more boring? Watching this game or watching paint dry?

    I am watching a rerun that I watched last week. oh, and it is not the Dodgers losing while not hitting.

  68. Okay, bad play, we score.

  69. A-Gon singles tie score, It’s a new game.

  70. enchantedbeaver says:

    Hey, they got a couple runs since last I checked.

  71. Turner knocks in two 4-2 Dodgers.

  72. Make that 5-2 on Butera single.

  73. enchantedbeaver says:

    Whoa, a windfall.

  74. crash24now says:

    Hello. White Sox errors lead to Dodger runs. Why do Ned and Donnie seem to think that defense does not matter?

    • enchantedbeaver says:

      Our guys needs the other team to help them score. They can’t do it all themselves.

      • What difference does it make?

        • JhallWally says:

          It makes alot of difference!!!! Without the errors we might not have scored… Our offense is anemic…..

          You need to wake up Brooklyn….

          This team has major problems scoring runs.. As well as the defense and bullpen…. Not exactly a winning formula…..

          Good Grief!!!

          • enchantedbeaver says:

            Agree. No errors = no runs and Kersh ends up with another loss. No team that features Kemp, Puig, Hanley and Gonzales in the middle of the line-up should struggle to score runs night after night against average pitching. These guys were a combined 2-16 last night. Pitiful.

          • JhallWally says:

            They suck Beav… And alot of that is due to the lackadasical attitude of the manager… Dildon….. Someone needs to light a fire under their overpaid and sorry asses…………….

  75. lbirken says:

    That was weird. While I was reading all the posts the Dodgers scored 5 runs.

  76. Runs are Runs take them no matter how they come. We give them away and now we got some back.

  77. trublu4ever says:

    Vinny: Christmas has arrived at Dodger Stadium 🙂

  78. I don’t mind people complaining when things go wrong but please, not when things go in our favor.

  79. Got to hold them down.

  80. trublu4ever says:

    Way to go boys!

  81. The Dodgers now have the best won & loss record in the N.L of any team Not in first place 31-28.

  82. enchantedbeaver says:

    Jansen must be getting better movement on his pitches again.

  83. oldbrooklynfan says:

    It was good to see things go the Dodgers’ way last night. Especially in a year that they have made a large amount of errors. It sort of looked like the tables turning with the White Sox surprising us with a few mistakes. One thing, it was about time the Dodgers got some breaks and another thing was that we aren’t the only team that makes errors. I know we all knew that but I think it’s good to point out.
    Well tonight’s another night and I don’t expect any more of the same thing. The Dodgers can’t expect the White Sox defense to crumble two night’s in a row.

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