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My last game at Dodger Stadium for 2012

Before I post some pictures from the last game at Dodger Stadium.  I want to post this one from the night before. This is Rachel and Lorena.   Rachel is four years old.

Rachel asked me “What are you doing?”  I showed her my book and she says “Oh!  you are keeping score!”   Smart girl!

For the last game at Dodger Stadium, my friends Rosie, Iilda, Lorena and I splurged and sat in the dugout seats.

The only thing is that we sat behind the visiting dugout but that gave us also a nice view

Kershaw

Kemp

Ethier and Capuano.  Ethier having a little snack

Cochito Luis Cruz

Taking a picture of a Relay for Life piggy bank with Cochito Cruz in the background.  My boss who is one of the leaders for the Relay for Life in Simi Valley puts one by the cafeteria cashier box so employees can donate their change to the cause.  

Here is Cochito on first

Dodgers win!

A friend emailed me this picture telling me “those don’t look like Top Deck seats!’ 

Good night Vin Scully!   We Love you!  

:-)

A friend of mine sent me a PM saying “Emma I was worry about you after the Dodgers got eliminated but  not after googleing “Emma Dodger blue”  and saw Crzblue”   LOL.

The Last Regular Games at Dodger Stadium

I am getting sad that is the next to the last game at Dodger Stadium.   No matter what like Frank Sinatra’s song said “It was a good year”    Dodgers have new owners and will put a good product on the field.

This year my friends and I went to Spring Training for the first FanFest there.   It was six women and a guy in a van.  What fun hat trip was!

pictures from that trip here:  http://crzblue.mlblogs.com/?s=six+women+and+a+man

Three of us returned to Spring Training to watch a few games.   We went to the four game series in San Diego that started with Opening Day there.   San Diego is always a lot of fun.

Lorena, Rosie and I headed to Seattle.  We saw the Dodgers get no hit by six pitchers but the Dodgers took the series.    Rosie and I went to see our Bums at Cincinnati, a new stadium for the two of us.   In between I went to the SABR convention in Philadelphia, haha I am thinking of next year.  I meant Minnesota where I met up with more friends there and made some new ones.

There were some frustrating losses but win or lose, we love our Boys in Blue!   Last night Rosie, Lorena Pricilla and I were reminiscing about our road trips and hanging out at Dodger Stadium.   There were more good times than bad times.  Maybe I am just remembering the good times.

What a fun game last night!   Boys played like they are capable of playing but now they are running out of time.   Here are some of my pictures from last night’s game.  Some of the pictures Lorena took.   Some days she just says “Give me your camera Emma”  She knows I get busy keeping score and miss some pictures opportunities.

I have not met Cochito Cruz yet.  I don’t have his autograph or a picture with him but maybe tomorrow!  Today I will be at the stadium by game time. (I hope I hope).

Bottom of the 9th, Herrera batting for the pitcher.

Herrera at the plate

Herrera came with this record:

Cochito left him without a shirt?  that is Ok, Cochito gives him his jersey

Boys celebrating the victory over the Giants

Cochito eyeing Herrera being interviewed

Bam!  got you!

Dodgers Win!

Fun fun game!

Oh and prior to the game, I  got interviewed by Ben Platt of MLB :-)  for the MLB Blogs.    I was a tiny little nervous.   The interview took place   of the Dodger Dugout.  Thanks Ben!!  Thanks Mark!!

Let’s Go Reds!   Letg’s go Dodgers!

Splurging on Dugout seats for Wednesday’s game. 

Tomorrow Lore, Rosie, Ilda and I splurged buying dugout seats.  We are going to be behind enemy lines but we will be there.   Our friend Jeanine suggested we try some Santeria, voodoo dolls to bring bad luck to the Giants.  haha.

La Gran Fiesta: Viva Los Dodgers and A Tribute to Manny Mota

Today is like Jaime Jarrin says “La mamacita de las fiestas”  The mother of all the Viva Los Dodgers fiestas.   Gates open at 1:30.  There are lots of autograph opportunities at La Gran Fiesta.   The autograph will start at 2 p.m. with Adrian Gonzalez, Luis Cruz and Hanley Ramirez.   I am aiming to be there at 1:30.  Hopefully I get to talk to El Cochito

Photo: Heyyyyy, Emma! Jon SooHoo seemed to have caught you in a great shot!!! Go Blue!

Fernando Valenzuela, Pepe Yniguez and Jaime Jarrin will also be signing  I hope Fernando signs something for me like maybe my ticket from Opening Day in 1981 or this picture

Manny Mota being honored for his 50 years in MLB

 

Manny Mota began his career with the Giants in 1957 out of his native Dominican Republic, and made his major league debut with the Giants in 1962.  Before joining the Dodgers, he played for Pittsburgh and Montreal.  

In june, 1969, Dodger Vice President Al Campanis pulled of of his greatest deals when he traded for Manny Mota and Maury Wills, giving up Ron Fairly and Paul Popovich in exchange.  In late July of that year, Mota delivered his fist pinch hit in a Dodger uniform.

Felicidades Sr. Manuel Jeronimo Mota  por sus 50 años en MLB! 

From the Cactus League book above.  Manny Mota, a rookie with the Houston Colt 45s, poses in front of Geronimo Park in Apache Junction.  Looking forward to the Gran Fiesta and Manny Mota being honored!

Cochitos everywhere at Cincinnati Congratulations to the Reds!

I have not been able to post here in Cincinnati.  The connection at the hotel and at the ballpark has been horrible.  

We saw lots of cochitos here

Too bad we did not get to say hi to Cochito Cruz, maybe when we get back to Dodger Stadium.   I have yet to meet him. 

We wont be at Sunday’s game because of the ESPN time change :-(  There was an Octoberfest festival across from the hotel.  
Weather here was very cold. 

We won one game and we lost one.  We saw The Reds clinch here with their win.   Next year it will be our turn!

Congratulations to Dusty Baker and the Reds!   Good luck in the postseason.

Get Well Dusty!

Good luck Jonathan Broxton in the playoff

HAPPY BITHDAY MATT KEMP!!

How Sweeeet it is! Dodgers Sweeep the Mets.

Happy Day!  Dodgers Sweep the Mets! 

 

 

Dodgers have a four game winning streak and have scored 28 runs in those four games. 

The Giants lost in 12 innings.

Josh Wall made his MLB debut and got the win Sunday.

Mike Sandlock, 96 yr old Brooklyn Dodger was honored at Citi Field on Saturday

Dodgers nuns with Andre & Kemp.  

El Cochito Luis Cruz hit his first Major League homerun. 

The Boys in Blue are now in St Luis to play four games there.   Chad Billingsley goes off the DL to start Monday against local boy from Southern California, Joe Kelly.

Laughing lady from JaneHeller website, other pictures from Jon SooHoo at http://dodgersphotog.mlblogs.com

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