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Thank you for doing these in-depth lists. One omission in the outfield though--and one of the most intriguing--James Baldwin--who is still young enough to hone all those tools and make in impact.
3 months, 2 weeks ago on Dodgers Depth Chart Analysis: Cornering the Outfield
I am almost finished populating my new Facebook art gallery (Bruce Palmer Galleries) with art for sale in seven different Albums. I had been under the impression that the artists names would be searchable on Google, and show up in the results list. This appears not to be the case. Does anyone know if or how this can be set up (if at all)?
3 months, 3 weeks ago on How to Create a Store on Facebook
James Loney is actually the secret of the Dodger's success this year. Ned (wisely) built the team around pitching and DEFENSE this year, and having Loney at first is like having four excellent infielders, because he elevates everyone else's defense game by saving throwing errors. How many E's do you think Gordon would have by now if Rivera or Sands had been on first all year? And now, with a committee on tap to play second instead of Ellis (the lynchpin of Ned's defense first plan), Loney's glove is going to pay even more dividends. And now his bat is back, and he looks like he's ready to at least return to his old 90 RBI days. It's time to quit dogging him before he decides he's tired of being the whipping boy and makes plans to move on. We're lucky to have him.
1 year ago on James Loney, Infield Constant