Discussion in 'DODGERS PAGE' started by irish, Nov 15, 2011.
it's jaime mccourt! it's all a conspiracy i tells ya!
whos avail thats worth spending on
and what the fuck is with this new member bullshit under my name??
when DSP went down... one of the darkest times in my life.
Darkest moment of my life is when PraiseJesus found us
I believe I was the first one he responded to and I responded right back at him. I wanted to state the obvious but I tempered my response. I hope he realizes that many who know him want to do the same thing on him that the want to do on Ned!
Will just confirm initial impressions.
Phillies Sign Juan Pierre
By Ben Nicholson-Smith [January 27 at 10:33am CST]
The Phillies have signed Juan Pierre to a minor league contract that includes an invitation to Spring Training, the team announced. Jim Salisbury of CSNPhilly.com first reported the deal (on Twitter). SFX represents Pierre, who joins a left field mix that includes John Mayberry, Laynce Nix and Domonic Brown.
Pierre spent the 2011 season with the White Sox and posted a .279/.329/.327 line with 27 stolen bases (44 attempts) in 711 plate appearances as the team's everyday left fielder. The 34-year-old has averaged 155 games played and 50 stolen bases since breaking in as an everyday player with the 2001 Rockies.
The Mets and Tigers were also linked to Pierre this offseason. He placed 43rd on MLBTR's list of top free agents entering the offseason.
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Giants To Sign Ryan Theriot
By Ben Nicholson-Smith [January 27 at 11:04am CST]
The Giants have agreed to sign free agent infielder Ryan Theriot, Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com reports on Twitter. The Beverly Hills Sports Council client obtains a one-year deal worth $1.25MM that includes $750K in incentives.
Theriot spent the 2011 season playing shortstop and second base for the Cardinals, who non-tendered him in December. At the plate, the 32-year-old posted a .271/.321/.342 line in 483 plate appearances. He will join middle infielders Freddy Sanchez, Brandon Crawford and Emmanuel Burriss in San Francisco, where he'll also be reunited with former Cubs teammate Mike Fontenot. Theriot owns a .282/.344/.353 line in seven MLB seasons.
Welcome aboard PJ.
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Hiroki Kuroda talks about leaving Dodgers, why he chose Yankees
Expanded playoffs could lower bar for Dodgers in 2012
fuck lowering the bar
fuck you selig you fucken tool
How deluded would winning the series become? Selig just ruining everything.
No, Living Legend wasn't as retarded.
The Lakers are just awful
The Dodgers will soon decide whether to lock up Andre Ethier with a long-term deal as they did with Matt Kemp. Earlier this month, it was reported that the club had yet to discuss extensions with Ethier and Clayton Kershaw. The right fielder, who will be a free agent at the end of the season, avoided arbitration with the team by agreeing to a one-year, $10.7MM deal.
Three West Coast teams are kicking the tires on reliever Hong-Chih Kuo and the veteran seems like a good gamble. The Dodgers, who non-tendered him earlier this month, are one of those three clubs. Kuo once had great stuff but has undergone five elbow surgeries, including two Tommy Johns, and has also experienced anxiety issues.
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