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Positives from NLCS Game 3 Dodgers vs. Phillies

Yeah, the Dodgers lost this game 11-0. Cliff Lee was unhittable.  Kuroda did not have it and our bullpen got hit.  Ouch!  BUT there got to be some positives in that game right?  

Let’s see..

  • It only counts as one loss
  • We got Wolf going tomorrow!
  • We got to listen to Vin on the radio (or MLB audio) for 6 innings! (1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9)  
  • Manny got two hits so he is starting to hit, right?
  • Billingsley looks like he could start a game back at Dodger Stadium
  • Dodgers are the only team that have not committed an error. 

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OK, if I think of any more postivies, I’ll post them later.   

Thank God we could listen to Vin Scully during this game.  Here are some comments by Vin:    

Vin  talking about the zig zag pattern of the outfield dimensions at the phillies ballpark: “It is as if the architect had a case of the hiccups”. :roflmao

 

Afer a line drive that scored Carlos Ruiz to make the score 5 -0 Phillies, Vin said “I’ll be honest, the bell is not the only one with a crack on it.”

After Vinny reads a promo about a DODGERLIFE event that allows you to hit, throw, run, eat….swing for the fences…,he said 

 “I’ll tell you right now, is a heck of a time to read that promo.  None of the things the Dodgers are doing right now.”   LOL.  

After the game was finally over:

“The Dodgers have been overwhelmed. tonight.  If this was a heavyweights, well any kinda of weights, this would have been stopped a long time ago because the Dodgers have been on the ropes …They’ve been getting a pounding. “

We love you vin!!

 And we love our Dodgers because they may be bums, but they are our bums

Go Dodgers!

 

 

Today is the anniversary of that famous home-run by Rick Monday in the NLCS series against Montreal!

Happy 28th anniversary Monday!

84952224, Sports Illustrated/Getty Images /Sports Illustrated   

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