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 by AltiTude Ram
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   1579  
 Joined:  Jul 09 2015
United States of America   Denver
Pro Bowl

It looks like the Dodgers are doing more for SoCal than Newsome.

They're practically feeding the homeless with Jumbo Jacks every night.

They're off to an awesome start!

Go Dodgers!

 by aeneas1
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   15982  
 Joined:  Sep 13 2015
United States of America   Norcal
RFU Survivor Champ

snackdaddy wrote:8-1 since that game. Their starting rotation is stacked. Kershaw, Bauer, Urias, Buehler and May all look like aces. When Graterol and Kelly return their bullpen will be tough too.

fuckin' dodgers, ha ha....

their 2021 payroll - $248 million
my buccos payroll - $54 million

dodgers - 12 guys over $4.3 million per year
buccos - 1 guy over $4.3 million per year

dodgers - $240+ million in tv contracts
buccos - $44 million

 by snackdaddy
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   8079  
 Joined:  May 30 2015
United States of America   Merced California
Hall of Fame

aeneas1 wrote:fuckin' dodgers, ha ha....

their 2021 payroll - $248 million
my buccos payroll - $54 million

dodgers - 12 guys over $4.3 million per year
buccos - 1 guy over $4.3 million per year

dodgers - $240+ million in tv contracts
buccos - $44 million


It does suck for small market teams. Teams in LA and New York can spend a lot of money to stay good for extended periods. The Dodgers are going for their 9th straight division title.

 by snackdaddy
3 weeks ago
 Total posts:   8079  
 Joined:  May 30 2015
United States of America   Merced California
Hall of Fame

MLB season is a marathon. So many peaks and valleys during the season. After starting 13-2 the Dodgers have lost 4 out of 5. Having a lot of trouble scoring runs. The one win was a 1-0 shutout. That good start allows them to stay right there with the leaders when they hit a rough patch.

Don't know when Bellinger will return. I noticed their rookie Mckinstry has been out too. He's been hitting pretty good at the start. Looking at their stats I see a lot of guys batting in the low 200's/upper 100's. They been playing Edwin Rios a lot hoping he finds his power groove. But right now he's barely over .100 with 1 homerun. Not sure how long they should wait for him.

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