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2 years, 1 month ago on Unpopular Opinion: What About Yunel Escobar?

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It is going to be weird if we just stop caring about money. I don't know if it is going to be as much fun. Being smarter and more effiecient than other teams really added value to the baseball season for me.

2 years, 2 months ago on The New Dodgers: Yeah, That Kind of Rich

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Is Ethier hurt or just not good after a typical hot start?

2 years, 3 months ago on Giants @ Dodgers August 20, 2012: Bumgarner vs Kershaw

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@LA Woman The one thing missing from this is the response of the guy who was replaced. Hearing about the change in dynamics for a guy who just about lost his job would have been very interesting.

2 years, 3 months ago on Chad Beardingsley Can’t Be Stopped, But Luis Cruz May Have Been

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@Mike Petriello Is it possible that there is a scenario where your team is down by more runs than an HR would provide where the expected run value of having runners on exceeds the expected run value for an inning where you hit the HR? So essentially you trade the chance at 1 or 2 runs for the increased chance of 3 or 4? Also Norwegian Women's Handball team is super hot.

2 years, 3 months ago on Juan Uribe, Highly-Paid Spectator

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@Cadtalfryn @Mike Petriello I thought there were parking garages that go mostly unused at the stadium? I recall some articles about how they plowed under a park for garages no one uses.

2 years, 4 months ago on Ryan Dempster May Be Imminent, But What Then?

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Ok so its incredibly unlikely. Still, Seattle has one of the few GMs who may not totally rip Colletti off.

2 years, 4 months ago on Welcome Back, Matt Kemp

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@VietnamDodger yeah. but he could always force a trade to play with his brother. that happens in baseball right?

2 years, 4 months ago on Welcome Back, Matt Kemp

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So my new random guy i would like to see us get is Kyle Seager. .167/.275/.264 at home and .313/.343/.548 on the road this year. Seattle is so far from contending they may be willing to move him and he might not cost all that much. Plus he is young and under control for years.

2 years, 4 months ago on Welcome Back, Matt Kemp

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 @WestonTaylor  @Chris Jackson

 Damn i always do that.

2 years, 4 months ago on Trading For Now, Or For the Future?

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 @Chris Jackson

 Eithier. actually with the state of catching AJ Ellis might bring something. Someone is always intersted in overpaying for bullpen help.

2 years, 4 months ago on Trading For Now, Or For the Future?

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@Mike Petriello @Chris Jackson Oh this would be way too smart for Ned to do. It would be like getting McDonald for Dotel.

2 years, 4 months ago on Trading For Now, Or For the Future?

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I really wish we were trading eithier for some good prospects. is it too late to do that?

2 years, 4 months ago on Trading For Now, Or For the Future?

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@Deuce I like the thinking in this post. The dodgers should be looking to pick up a bunch of these types of guys. Find all the "change of scenery" guys and you might actually get some real value. Another name is Dom Brown from PHI who was a top 10 prospect last year. Get guy who are still young but have fallen out of favor.

2 years, 4 months ago on Trading For Now, Or For the Future?

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I dont get why people are so enamored with Headley. I have seen him play a lot and yes he plays solid d and is an upgrade but he isnt going to be a star. Solid role player but to get him we are going to have to pay a lot.

2 years, 4 months ago on A First-Place Team With a Lot of Work to Do

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