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August 13, 2011

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This Day in Dodgers History

On August 13, 2006 – LA’s Greg Maddux and SF’s Jason Schmidt hook up in a classic West Coast pitcher’s duel, reminiscence of match-ups of Koufax and Marichal, as the Dodgers beat the Giants, 1-0, thanks to Russell Martin’s 10th inning walk-off home run. When Giants slugger Barry Bonds lines into a double play in the first inning it marks the only time in baseball history, a 300 game winner pitches to a batter with over 700 homers.


Worst of the Worst?

July 30, 2011

Recently, I posted a quick Top 3 worst signings for Ned Colletti. In my belief, the top 3 are as follows:

1. Jason Schmidt

2. Juan Uribe

3. Andruw Jones

Many chose to change the order, and yet some decided to abstain. But I take to you OTD readers and bloggers alike, who are your Top 10 worst signings for Ned?

With this man, I’m sure we can all agree on some and disagree on others.

On mine, I have Loiza, Wunsch, Venafro, among others. The Ortiz brother’s count as one.

Build your Top 10 (or as many as you feel like posting) worst signings, and see where we can all agree to disagree.

This Day in Dodgers History

On July 30, 2004 – In a blockbuster trade, the Marlins deal Brad Penny, the winner of two World Series games last season, first baseman Hee Seop Choi and southpaw prospect Bill Murphy (will be traded to the Diamondbacks tomorrow) to the Dodgers for backstop Paul Lo Duca, relief pitcher Guillermo Mota and much-traveled outfielder Juan Encarnacion.