Sunday, August 16, 2015

Post-Game 118 Thread: Rock(ing) Steady


While most of the Sons (and friends of Sons) were recovering from hangovers, the Dodgers went out and took the series from Cincinnati by beating the Reds 2-1 on a Sunday afternoon. Zack Greinke was on as usual, 7.0 IP with 6 H and only 1 ER, a sacrifice fly yielded to Billy Hamilton in the fifth. But Greinke came out in the bottom of the fifth and followed Joc Pederson's 23 HR (a solo shot) with a HR of his own, his second, a no doubt shot which even had a Greinke-like bat flip at the end.

The Nationals rolled over against the Giants and played dead, allowing the Giants to win four in a row as the Nats descended below .500. But the Dodgers have a three-game win streak of our own, so our lead remains at 2.5 games in the West. Rock steady, boys!


Steve Sax said...

that, by the way, is the laziest album cover ever.

Fred's Brim said...


Neeebs (The Original) said...

Now Bad Company's Rock Steady is a great song. You swung and missed on this one.

Steve Sax said...

@neeebs, please see GT for rationale on PGT theme

Neeebs said...

@Saxy: I know, I know, but for me.......It's all about the music!!!!! And...with "Bad Company" there are plenty of witticisms to go around.

No hate, only love for my boy Saxy.

Steve Sax said...

@neeebs: fair point. I have to say, I was conflicted by the Gwen Stefani reference in the first place when writing the GT, because the pun was a stretch. So you're right, this could have been avoided.

If Woody had gone to the police, this would never have happened.