Sunday, August 09, 2015

Game 111 Thread: Aug. 9 @ Pirates, 5p

Alex Wood (7-7, 3.65) vs. Charlie Morton (7-4, 4.19).

Dodgers look to avoid the sweep at the hands of the Osso Buccos. Nats and Reds await at home after today's game, so a happy flight would get the week started right!

62 comments:

spank said...

Rollins SS
Kendrick 2B
Gonzalez 1B
Ethier RF
Gandalf C
Crawford LF
Callaspo 3B
Pederson CF
Wood P

spank said...

the day i post the starting lineup is the day Ethier bats clean up. ain't that a bitch.

Hideo Nomo said...

Cubs sweep the Gnats!

karen said...

Evil loses in Chicago.

karen said...

DAMMIT!!

Dusty Baker said...

That is one fine looking pug in your avatar, Karen!

Dusty Baker said...

I'm not hating that lineup today. Let's do this!

Jason said...

Steelers start at the same time tonight so expect the attendance at PNC Park to be in the low double digits.

Jason said...

Also, beer status: large

Orel said...

Karen AWWWWWW

karen said...

We nicknamed her Bat Pug and the little brat is biting the crap out of my toes!!

Orel said...

BAT PUIG

karen said...

How did we get the first run??

Orel said...

#lethargic

spank said...

@karen - gonzo singled in jroll

karen said...

Joc is really circling the drain offensively...

karen said...

Thanks Spanky!!

spank said...

booze status- no

Orel said...

aw

karen said...

3-0!!

karen said...

Spank's gonna be pissed!!

spank said...

fucking Ethier. fucking idiot. you should know by now Gonzo aint gonna score from second on a short single to center. fucking fuck shit.

karen said...

It's hard to see this kid wearing 57 and not think about Steve Howe.

karen said...

Shit. Howie hurt, could be hammy.

spank said...

was wondering what was up with Howie. ESPN announcers just talking about Chase Utley

karen said...

I think he injured his left hammy. No word yet, these guys just talking out of their butts...

karen said...

Joc really climbed that wall. Good hustle, kid.

spank said...

Bomb Squad at it again. no lead is safe with this lot.

Steve Sax said...

Can we please trade Nicasio to someplace far away, like Burkina Faso

spank said...

we're doomed. bases juiced for McCutcheon

karen said...

Rancho for McCutchen...

spank said...

*faints*

karen said...

Out of it...Phew!

Fred's Brim said...

this team is so goddamn frustrating

karen said...

not much fun in being a Dodgers fan these days...

Fred's Brim said...

Jim Johnson makes me long for the days of Yimi Garcia

Fred's Brim said...

Vol=0

spank said...

fundafuckingmentals,man! Dodgers coaching staff sucks

Fred's Brim said...

chances of us not blowing this, barely higher

karen said...

tied.

Fred's Brim said...

unbelievably pathetic

karen said...

I feel like we don't deserve to win at this point...

Fred's Brim said...

please just end this, McCutchen

spank said...

not surprised.

Fred's Brim said...

thank you

Fred's Brim said...

is Johnson hurt? or just terrible? he didn't used to be terrible, right?

Fred's Brim said...

he reminds me of Chris Hatcher and his awfulness

Fred's Brim said...

hey Peralta's warming up, everybody!

spank said...

the Bomb Squad did not disappoint.

Fred's Brim said...

yay! he's coming in, I can go to bed

Steve Sax said...

And take Jim Johnson with you

karen said...

Dandy Don Meredith would be singing "Turn Out the Lights".

spank said...

trade the Dodgers

Fred's Brim said...

HA!

karen said...

Good night friends....

Steve Sax said...

And Joel Peralta

My god that is depressing shit

karen said...

Here comes our big comeback!!! 12-6 on Kiki homer...

karen said...

13-6...

Delino DeShields said...

JJ Johnson is a legendary trombone player.

Jim Johnson on the other hand doesn't need an instrument to blow.

spank said...

someone needs to step up and be the leader of this team. unfortunately it seems no one has the balls to sack up for the position.

Fred's Brim said...

sadly the SABR community favors eunuchs. I read somewhere, they get an extra win on their WAR just for going through with the procedure

Fred's Brim said...

Jim Johnson as a Dodger: 11 outs, 12 runs