Sunday, August 27, 2006

Baseball Brings Us (Ultimately) Together.

I have to hope something does, anyway.

This year my Dodgers have held my attention - more than the normal year's 90 early morning seconds on the throne in the while I scan the box scores.

2006 has been a rollar-coaster, characterized by losing and winning streaks in double digits, untimely injuries and timely trades, mediocre pitching and power. At this point they are 1 game in 1st with 33 left to play.

All I can say is there is good chemistry and not an easy out from 1st to 8th in the line-up. Names like Russell Martin, Nomar Garciaparra (w/ Mia Hamm!) Andre Ethier, Chad Billingsly, Takashi Saito, Rafael Furcal.

I'm out of the closet this morning, copping to having had Dodger Blue blood in my veins since 1953.

I tell you, I'm going to hang with them a while longer.


This year is no different, excepting I'm aware of why I need the Dodgers - and baseball - more than ever.

6 Moderated Comments:

Blogger M.D. said...

Greetings from a depressed Red Sox fan.

8/27/2006 12:27:00 PM  
Blogger Blogging4Food said...

Condolences are in order.

8/27/2006 02:04:00 PM  
Blogger Emily said...

Vig, you just got to read Chris Epting's
Back to the Bleachers about veteran baseball writer Arnold Hano! Today's LAT Magazine - must read!

8/27/2006 02:31:00 PM  
Blogger Jill said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog. I thought the NYT piece on Green was very realistic, but again, I'm not an aficianado.

8/27/2006 03:35:00 PM  
Blogger MadMike said...

I too love baseball, particularly St. Louis Cardinals baseball, or Florida Marlins baseball, depending on where I am living at the time :-)

8/28/2006 02:34:00 PM  
Blogger DB Cooper said...

All baseball is local?

8/28/2006 06:23:00 PM  

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