How the steroid era saved baseball

Well, I'm just thankful that I didn’t travel 3,000 miles to see that pathetic display of feces and ballsack. One of these days I’ll get to Fenway Park, but I think I’ll enjoy it a hell of a lot more if the Dodgers aren’t playing. Finishing the series against the Red Sox with a 2-0 loss Sunday, the Dodgers dropped to third place in the West and showed a national audience what they’re capable of: absolutely nothing. In the three game series, Andre Ethier went 0-for-12, Russell Martin, Casey Blake, and James Loney each went 1-for -11, and Matt Kemp went 2-for-13. Gee, can’t imagine why they were swept. Way to step it up for a big series. Aside from maybe Hong Chih Kuo’s nice inning on Saturday, the Dodgers looked totally overmatched all weekend—like a bunch of amateurs facing a real major league team. The kicker came in the third inning Sunday when the Dodgers put the infield shift on for David Ortiz. Dustin Pedroia stole second… and then, seeing no Dodger within 100 feet of third, just kept going. Sexy defensive play, guys. Really, there’s no sense even winning the division when they’d be knocked out in the playoffs faster than you can say Ned Colletti has man boobs . June 7, 2010 - Dodgers 12, Cardinals 4
DeWitt holds the Cards

How the steroid era saved baseball

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