Thursday, June 04, 2009



PenosCabell said...

Very nice.

After making it to the World Series two seasons ago, the Colorado Rockies are back where they belong, in the NL West's basement.

Chappy said...

I love looking at a completed month on my calendar and seeing alot more days with a W rather than an L.

And yes the rest of the division losing ground makes one giddy.

rbnlaw said...

I see something in my rear-view mirror.
I think it's the division.

Wesley Vento said...

Have any of the players in the Holliday deal made any impact beyond Houston Street? I'm glad he's out of the NL West, but I always thought that was a dumb move on Colorado's part. If they kept him, he'd be producing and helping his team win, as his numbers at home were God-like. Plus he'd sign with another team next year and the Rox would get a 1st round pick for him.

Eric Karros said...

rbnlaw - objects in mirror may be closer than they appear.

rbnlaw said...

Radical thought:
Sign Tom Glavine, maybe release Weaver, and watch the rest of the division shrink further in the mirror.

Dusto_Magnifico said...

MAYBE release Mota! Weaver has been a nice surprise and is a acpable pitcher and can get it over the plate. Guillermo Mota is ridiculously horrible!

just dont sign Glavine. He's worse than Maddux.

rbnlaw said...

OK, release Mota. I know Glavine is another lefty, but if he got his control back after surgery he could be a spot 5th starter in case Uncle Miltie goes on a gopherball binge. Glavine could also fill the role the Dodgers blew by letting Maddux sign on with the Pods as a consultant.
300+ wins says he knows a thing or two.

I think the Dodgers could pick him up on the cheap and use him to get Kershaw, Bills, Stults, and even J-Mac on an even keel.

But then, I could be wrong.