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    Los Angeles Dodgers vs St Louis Cardinals

    Sorry St Louis but I must cheer for my Dodger Blue!!!!
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    Go Dodgers! I love LA!!!
    The restoration is complete!

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    • #3
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      I am just not sure the Dodgers have enough pitching. Still wish them luck...
      This space for rent...

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        Originally posted by thoey View Post
        I am just not sure the Dodgers have enough pitching. Still wish them luck...
        Only gave up 14 more runs during the regular season and were very hot in September. With the best 1 2 starting pitcher combo in baseball I'm not worried about them. I'm worried about the Dodgers defense. They're capable of really screwing up a pitchers good day. The Dodgers offense is great though they have had bad stretches. I'm going with the Dodgers in 4.
        The restoration is complete!

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          Originally posted by Mikey View Post
          Only gave up 14 more runs during the regular season and were very hot in September. With the best 1 2 starting pitcher combo in baseball I'm not worried about them. I'm worried about the Dodgers defense. They're capable of really screwing up a pitchers good day. The Dodgers offense is great though they have had bad stretches. I'm going with the Dodgers in 4.
          Did you mean the Cardinals in 4?

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            Originally posted by sjacksonrules View Post
            Did you mean the Cardinals in 4?
            Nope I'm a Dodgers fan not a Cardinals fan I wouldn't predict the Cards winning. If we had a manager worth a damn we could have swept but alas it wasn't meant to be.
            The restoration is complete!

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              Originally posted by Mikey View Post
              Nope I'm a Dodgers fan not a Cardinals fan I wouldn't predict the Cards winning. If we had a manager worth a damn we could have swept but alas it wasn't meant to be.
              Yea, it was all Mattingly. If not for him a 3-1 series loss would definitely have been a 3-0 series win. It had nothing to do with Kershaw posting a 7.82 ERA, or Puig whiffing 8 of 12 at bats, or the team posting a .234/.310/.281 split in games 3 and 4, or the lead-off and 3 hole combining for a .182 series average. No, it must have been Mattingly.
              I wouldn't predict the Cards winning
              You weren't alone. All 6 of the ESPN MLB "experts" picked the Dodgers in either 4 or 5. And now all 6 of them (and you as well, if you like) have the entire off-season to discuss how wrong they were.

              Maybe the Dodgers will drop another 200 million or so and see if they can't try again next year.
              The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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              • #8
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                The Cardinals have the Dodgers number unfortunately...
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                  Originally posted by HUbison View Post
                  Yea, it was all Mattingly. If not for him a 3-1 series loss would definitely have been a 3-0 series win. It had nothing to do with Kershaw posting a 7.82 ERA, or Puig whiffing 8 of 12 at bats, or the team posting a .234/.310/.281 split in games 3 and 4, or the lead-off and 3 hole combining for a .182 series average. No, it must have been Mattingly. You weren't alone. All 6 of the ESPN MLB "experts" picked the Dodgers in either 4 or 5. And now all 6 of them (and you as well, if you like) have the entire off-season to discuss how wrong they were.

                  Maybe the Dodgers will drop another 200 million or so and see if they can't try again next year.
                  Maybe a 400 million dollar payroll would work better for them?

                  Mattingly wasn't the only one to blame for this and to put the blame all on him is unjustifiable.

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