This week’s Photo Challenge is Humanity. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/humanity/
We are asked to share a photo.
Photos that comes to mind is when I went to Hiccups Payaso’s monthly Pizza Project to feed the Homeless in Lols Angeles Skid Row area. The exact location is 6th and Gladys. Visit Hiccups Payaso facebook page for more information.
Here is a picture of a homeless woman
We don’t aks but you wonder what is her story. Here she is with her slice of pizza and other goodies that are brought by voluntees like bottle of water, a cup cake and anything else that Hiccups is collecting for the month.
Here is another picture at another Pizza project. Here she is with Hiccups.
Yes, Hiccups is a Dodger fan. Many Dodger fans volunteer at the monthly pizza projects and we wear our Blue, Dodger Blue.
Shootout at the SF Corral! Wish I Was there! But I will watch the games at Home. I cant wait!
Dodgers Giants games! It does not get any better than that this weekend!
Friday: Ryu 14-6 3.16 ERA goes against Bumgarner 17-9 3.02 ERA.
Saturday: Greinke 14-8 2.73 against Hudson 9-10 3.12
Sunday: Cy Young Clayton Kershaw 18.3 1.67 ERA against Petit 5.3 3.62 ERA
It is going to he a wild ride!!
I have done haikus in the past but did not know about Tankas. Haikus are a three-line poem of 5/7/5 syllables. Tankas have two additional lines of 7 syllables so they are 5/7/5/7/7. I was reading the WordPress Monday writing challenge for this week to write a tanka or a set of tankas https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_writing_challenge/full-tanka/
Here it is what I came up with during Clayton Kershaw masterpiece performance yesterday at Dodger Dodger Stadium.
Kershaw on the mound
Pederson playing center
Good omen this night
First Major League hit for Joc
A single in the second!
The crowd is roaring
Kershaw wheeling and dealing
Cy Young performance
reached 200 K’s tonight
5th straight time in his career
Kershaw can hit too
With a single in the fifth
Daring base running
after a single by Dee
broke open the scoreless game
With Crawford on base Woo-Hoo!
score four to zero
but in the fifth Bryce homered
Only run Kershaw allowed
Kershaw 8 innings
3 hits, 1 earned run allowed
2 walks, 8 strikeouts
Kershaw wins his 17
pictures by Jon SooHoo
7/1/14-Someone Awesome-Photo Tribute to Bobby Castillo-Photography by Jon SooHoo,Juan Ocampo and Larry Goren/LA Dodgers
Wonderful photo tribute by Jon SooHoo, Juan & Larry. Sniff. Rest in peace Babo.
Originally posted on Dodgers Photog Blog:
Yesterday the Los Angeles Dodgers mourned the loss of one of their favorites…Bobby Castillo..Here is my photo tribute to Bobby from all of the many events we did together. Rest in Peace my friend…
2012 Throwing out the first pitch in 2012 w/ KT Fighting the elements to hand out hams to local families with Tommy and Matt Luke w/ Rudy Law and pumpkin pie at Boys and Girls Club near the ballpark in 2010 on Dodgers Caravan in 2012 breaking bread at the Urban Youth Academy in Compton in early 2012 helping out Habitat for Humanity with Fernando getting in deep cleaning and the LA River in 2011 at my middle school Thomas Star King Jr High in 2011 and of course golfing at the Dodgers Golf Tournament at Trump National in Palos Verdes in 2011 w/ KT and Manny At Manny Mota’s golf tournament in 2006 w/Maury Wills…
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Josh Beckett and Adam Wainwright put on a show last night here at Chavez Ravine.
Brian Wilson on his Bobblehead night picked up his first win and Kenley Jensen picking up his 24th save. Final score 1-0.
Second game Hyun-jin Ryu against Carlos Martinez who got his first hit tonight
Currently Dodgers losing the game 3-1 at the bottom of the 5th, but In the meantime the Giants are losing 5-0 against the Reds with Cueto against Bumgarner going to the 6th
Let me get back to the game
go Dodgers!! Orale!!!!
I love this! Alanna Rizzo tweeted this:
Baseball players are soccer fans too! CRO vs MEX. Gonzalez in his Mexico jersey. pic.twitter.com/8bqZhr6SXr
— Alanna Rizzo (@alannarizzo) June 23, 2014
I love these two guys!
On Saturday when we saw Yasiel Puig as he was going one way and us another, I called his name, Yasiel turned around and recognized me. He came over to give me a hug then I told him this time Rosie was with us (If you read the post from Viva Los Dodgers he asked “where is the 3rd one?” :-)) . He said he looked for us. he then asked us if we had eaten _We had just had a big breakfast so we told him we did and that we were on our way to a church. He said “I can’t pray on an empty stomach” lol.
Yesterday after the game we went to say goodbye to the players as they boarded the bus that took them to the airport. Some fans got Adrian’s attention that they had a Mexican flag in support of Mexico playing on Monday in the World Cup. Adrian opened his backpack showing us that he was carrying his Mexico jersey.
Mexico won 3-1. Now Boys in Blue go take care of the Royals!
Greinke on the mound against Guthrie at Kauffman Stadium.
We had a wonderful time at the Ronald Reagan Presidential library. I met up at the library with Lorena, Rosie, George, Anglia and Shelly. It was an enchanted evening. We did not get to see the baseball exhibition as there was a very long line. But It was a good thing we went into the auditorium early to look for seats. There were quite a lot of rows of seats reserved and the place was already filling up when Lore and I got there about an hour and half before Vin was scheduled to talk.
I was glad to see Peter O’Malley and his sister Terry in attendance. Peter got a huge applause when he was introduced. Of course, Vinny got a louder ovation:
Here is the video I found on Youtube. I did get to ask Vin a question. Thanks Anglia for helping me get John’s attention.
I am excited that tonight at the Ronald Reagan Presidental and Foundation Library, I am attending this event:
Reagan Forum with Vin Scully
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
6:00 p.m. lecture
7:00 p.m. dinner
In honor of our Baseball exhibition, we invite you to join us for a Reagan Forum featuring Hall of Fame Broadcaster Vin Scully. Tickets to the event are $48 per person and include dinner following the lecture. The tickets also include tours of Baseball! Celebrating Our Great American Pastime between 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
This year, Vin Scully is announcing an unprecedented 65th season for the Dodgers organization. Scully calls all Dodger home games and road games in California and Arizona.
When Scully first began broadcasting in 1950, the Dodgers had yet to win a single World Series and were known affectionately as “Dem Bums.” Three years later, at the age of 25, he became the youngest person to ever broadcast a World Series game and in 1955, he had his most memorable moment behind the microphone, as he called the Dodgers’ first and only championship in Brooklyn.
Event is SOLD OUT and the wait list is full.
I am meeting with friends Lorena, Rosie and Anglia. I can’t wait!
anyone remembers this:
It is a sad day today hearing that Bobby Welch passed away.
I did see Bobby strike out Reggie Jackson but it was not until the Summer of 1981 that I became a big Bobby Welch fan.
1981 was the first year I had season tickets. I had my ticket in the Loge level, aisle 3, row N, seat 3. I never collected autographs or took pictures with players. I just went to my seat, watch the game and left when the last out was recorded. Back then I was very shy. I was teaching myself how to follow the game and I thought myself how to keep score by looking at the sample in the Dodger magazine.
That Summer, Davey Lopes was not doing well and he was being booed at the stadium. I felt bad for Davey that he was being booed in his own stadium.
As Camera Day was a few days away, I decided to go and see if I could find a greeting card with some encouraging words to give to Davey Lopes. The day before camera day I went to a local Hallmark store and read many greeting cards trying to find some that had some encouraging words for Davey. Some I found too mushy, not appropriate. I finally found one that I thought was respectful and appropriate.
Camera Day had arrived so I headed to Dodger Stadium with my Kodak camera and a greeting card in my bag. I took a spot close to the dugout on the field behind the roped area. I was taking pictures and waiting for Davey Lopes to come out. But the last players were coming out so I realized he was not going to come out. When I spotted Jerry Reuss, I asked him if he could give Davey a card. Reuss said No, can’t do it…not allowed or something like that. The last guy coming out of the dugout was Bobby Welch. I asked him and he looked at me and said “I sure will” From that day on, I was a big Bobby Welch fan!
The Dodgers won the World Series in 1981. Some time in November of 1981, I received a postcard signed by Davey Lopes thanking me for my support. I still have that postcard.
I followed Bobby’s career, I was sad when he was traded to Oakland and also when I read that the was battling alcoholism. I was happy when he was doing well on the field and off the field. The next time I saw him was in 2008 when Dodgers were celebrating Dodger decades with luncheons with players speakers at Dodger Stadium. I attended the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Bobby was part of the 80’s group (he could have been on the 70’s) The 80’s luncheon was in the Dodger Club level restaurant. It is too bad that when talking about 1988, Bobby Welch was with Oakland.
The next time I saw him was at Camelback Ranch. I believe it was 2009 when the Dodgers had a Women Baseball clinic. I took this picture with Bobby.
The next time I saw him he was at Dodger Stadium. I was already in my seats in the Top Deck when I saw him as part of alumni players on the field prior to the game. I made my way down all the way to the field level and caught up with him as he was coming back to the field level. I talked to him and told him again that he was my favorite player. He signed my baseball.
My friend Kent who I met in 2012 at the SABR convention in Long Beach is a Dodger fan and a Red Sox fan. I started talking to him about Bobby Welch. He told he had his book “Five O’Clock Comes Early” I told him that I had heard of the book but that I never read it. He sent it to me in the mail. I read it but I kept it a little longer hoping to see Bobby so he could sign it and send it back to Kent. I did not have the book with me last time I saw Bobby at Dodger Stadium. Rest in peace Bobby!