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Sunday, March 18, 2001

Dodger Boy’s Latest Act Is Simply Unpardonable

This article about the Dodgers is so odd that I can’t even describe it. Read it for yourself.

Jim Furtado Posted: March 18, 2001 at 01:32 PM | 2 comment(s) Login to Bookmark
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   1. Robert Posted: March 18, 2001 at 06:58 PM (#66064)
Does this guy get paid to write ?

I defy anyone to explain the following sentence to me:

"Now if Kevin Malone spent most of his time in Chicago and visited once every summer while we were on vacation, maybe I'd look at the Dodgers differently."
   2. Robert Posted: March 18, 2001 at 06:58 PM (#66324)
Does this guy get paid to write ?

I defy anyone to explain the following sentence to me:

"Now if Kevin Malone spent most of his time in Chicago and visited once every summer while we were on vacation, maybe I'd look at the Dodgers differently."
   3. Robert Posted: March 18, 2001 at 06:58 PM (#66864)
Does this guy get paid to write ?

I defy anyone to explain the following sentence to me:

"Now if Kevin Malone spent most of his time in Chicago and visited once every summer while we were on vacation, maybe I'd look at the Dodgers differently."
   4. Robert Posted: March 18, 2001 at 06:58 PM (#67650)
Does this guy get paid to write ?

I defy anyone to explain the following sentence to me:

"Now if Kevin Malone spent most of his time in Chicago and visited once every summer while we were on vacation, maybe I'd look at the Dodgers differently."
   5. Brian Popowsky Posted: March 19, 2001 at 01:14 AM (#66065)
This column is weird and is a terrible analysis of the Dodger's problems. He takes shots at their 2 best players Gary Sheffield and Kevin Brown and ignores all the terrible moves they have made in recent years. They signed Devon White, Carlos Perez, and Andy Ashby to multiyear contracts. They traded away Mike Piazza. They should be grateful that the Orioles exist to make them look good. This is typical of the stupidity of the average sportswriter. However, this is an extreme example.
   6. Brian Popowsky Posted: March 19, 2001 at 01:14 AM (#66325)
This column is weird and is a terrible analysis of the Dodger's problems. He takes shots at their 2 best players Gary Sheffield and Kevin Brown and ignores all the terrible moves they have made in recent years. They signed Devon White, Carlos Perez, and Andy Ashby to multiyear contracts. They traded away Mike Piazza. They should be grateful that the Orioles exist to make them look good. This is typical of the stupidity of the average sportswriter. However, this is an extreme example.
   7. Brian Popowsky Posted: March 19, 2001 at 01:14 AM (#66865)
This column is weird and is a terrible analysis of the Dodger's problems. He takes shots at their 2 best players Gary Sheffield and Kevin Brown and ignores all the terrible moves they have made in recent years. They signed Devon White, Carlos Perez, and Andy Ashby to multiyear contracts. They traded away Mike Piazza. They should be grateful that the Orioles exist to make them look good. This is typical of the stupidity of the average sportswriter. However, this is an extreme example.
   8. Brian Popowsky Posted: March 19, 2001 at 01:14 AM (#67651)
This column is weird and is a terrible analysis of the Dodger's problems. He takes shots at their 2 best players Gary Sheffield and Kevin Brown and ignores all the terrible moves they have made in recent years. They signed Devon White, Carlos Perez, and Andy Ashby to multiyear contracts. They traded away Mike Piazza. They should be grateful that the Orioles exist to make them look good. This is typical of the stupidity of the average sportswriter. However, this is an extreme example.

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