Friday, February 20, 2009

Which Means the Dodgers Will End Up Signing Orlando Bloom

"It's not easy being dreamy. For instance, this sweater is awfully itchy."


Dodgers showing interest in [Orlando] Cabrera (Dodgers.com)

Dodgers talking to free agent [Orlando] Hudson (Dodgers.com)

Orlando Bloom is soooooo Dreamy (Got Medieval)

Don't take it personally, Blake DeWitt, but Ned Colletti seems to be working overtime to make sure you're not the Dodgers' Opening Day second baseman. Which is tough for a young player to hear, but not unreasonable for us fans. Cabrera would give Joe Torre the ability to rest Rafael Furcal, but anything beyond a one-year deal for either Orlando doesn't make much sense, especially given the buyer's market for free agents. Let's just hope DeWitt doesn't molder on the bench just so the Dodgers can field another no-hit, all-glove middle infielder.

4 comments:

Justin said...

Wouldn't Hu be able to play an outstanding 2B while also sucking at the plate (a la Cabrera)?

And he wouldn't cost a first round pick.

Justin said...

Wouldn't Hu be able to play an outstanding 2B while also sucking at the plate (a la Cabrera)?

And he wouldn't cost a first round pick.

Eric Karros said...

Are the dual Orlando/Orlando happenings a bigger threat to DeWitt's 2nd base job, or to his Blake/Blake alliance with Casey?

Neither alliance is a match for the Angels' Benji/Bengie coalition.

Alex Cora said...

Sounds like we will be hearing Vin saying "O DOGG" all season - we just signed him. Blake to Left, Dewitt to third now and no Manny?