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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkShadow View Post
    JT money! Lackey is washed up. Time to retire

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkShadow View Post


    Apparently the D'Bags were very adamant about the Dodgers not pissing in their pool again.

    So, essentially, they have horses to defend a body of water in the desert and they have a bobcat for a mascot for a team named after a snake.



    Who drank all the Mickeys?
    wait a minute... what?

    Also, D'bags gotta have, like, the most colors or any team anywhere ever - let's count 'em down: Kidney Punch Urine Red, Turd-quoise Blue, Very Varicose Purple, Don't Feed a Baby Doritos Poop Tan, Trailer Teeth Black and Whitest White of the Whites White.
    I miss any?

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    No wonder Angel fans called him John Shellackey.

    I'm surprised he didn't yell at the batter (as he's known to do), yell at the umpire (as he's known to do) or go on a tirade when they interviewed him during the post game, (as he's known to do.)



    That bomb from the Rojo Chingón couldn't have happened against a better person.

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    From a conversation I had earlier today:



    Meet Keith Hupp, the man who nabbed Justin Turner's walk-off homer
    Arash Markazi
    ESPN Senior Writer

    LOS ANGELES -- Catching a home run ball at a baseball game is supposed to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience -- if you're lucky. For Keith Hupp, a 54-year-old retired police officer and lifelong Los Angeles Dodgers fan, it has almost become routine.

    Hupp caught Justin Turner's walk-off home run Sunday night as the Dodgers defeated the Chicago Cubs 4-1 to take a 2-0 lead in the National League Championship Series. The home run came 29 years to the day (and just 40 minutes short of being to the exact minute) of Kirk Gibson's famous walk-off home run in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. The whereabouts of that ball are still a mystery to this day, but it was clear Hupp was the one who caught Turner's home run as he was alone as he leaned over the side of the covered seats in the left-field pavilion and nabbed the ball with his glove.

    When he was shown on television and on the scoreboard raising the ball above his head, several Dodgers staff members knew exactly who had caught it.

    Just last month, Hupp, who has caught 10 home run balls this season and 18 over the past two, gave Dodgers rookie first baseman Cody Bellinger his record-tying (35) and record-breaking (36) home runs balls when he surpassed Mike Piazza for the Dodgers rookie home run record.

    http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/2...ner-walk-homer




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