Just kidding. I don't think about the Oakland A's at all.
The best two records in the NL faced each other in Chavez Ravine the last 3 days. After stellar outings from Kershaw and Alex Wood, it was Rich Hills turn to toe the rubber and try to complete the sweep of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Rich Hill was fantastic, as was his counterpart, Robbie Ray. After... Continue Reading →
Gordon Hayward will sign with the Boston Celtics as first reported by Chris Haynes. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go cum all over the place! Toby
Kenley Jansen has made some noise lately. Not only with his stellar K/BB ratio, but by saying it's dodgers fans fault that Justin Turner wasn't voted to the NL All-Star team. I'm paraphrasing, but that's seems to be the broad strokes. This one is on me, guys. I did not vote a single time for... Continue Reading →
The Dodgers lost the final game of a weekend set with the Padres today. Before I get into my detailed recap, I should admit I didn't watch a single pitch of this game. I spent my Sunday as I like to spend most of my Sundays. Being a piece of shit. I was invited to... Continue Reading →