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Thursday, November 5th, 2009
10:43 pm
Eliminated by the Phils in back-to-back seasons now...
Anyway,what has the traitor named Jason Schmidt done for the Smoggers since leaving McCovey Cove?

Current Mood: amused
Thursday, May 7th, 2009
10:16 pm
For giving the Pads,D-backs,and especially the Giants hope in the NL West...

Current Mood: pleased
Saturday, September 6th, 2008
10:38 pm
What Happend?
Where did everyone go? Why no activity? Just because the Dogterds are leading the NL West by TWO games doesn't mean they are good. In fact, the Giants are just 6 some odd games BEHIND the Dodgers, they they have all minor leaguer's. The Dogterds can BARELY stay over 500 with an all star line up that they have? LAME.

Come on guys, what happend? I have a co-worker of mine who talks shit all the time being a big Dodgers fan. I need comeback material! Who wants me to tape their post to his tool box, huh? ;)

Current Mood: annoyed
Saturday, October 7th, 2006
9:15 pm
Nice job, Mets. :)
Wednesday, July 26th, 2006
1:25 pm
Dodgers Suckage Update
The Dodgers have lost 12 of their last thirteen games (1-12 since the All-Star Break) and are currently losing 6-1 to the Padres. San Diego is attempting to sweep the Dodgers in Los Angeles. Brad Penny has allowed a two-run double and a two run homer to Padres pitcher Jake Peavy.
Sunday, May 7th, 2006
4:55 pm
Thrilled to be here.
Thought I'd take the time to introduce myself since I'm not a Dodgers fan, and therefore have manners.

I live in Seattle, but the Padres are my team due to me spending the first part of childhood living there. My first sporting event ever was a Padres game at the Murph sitting behind Dave Winfield in those old yellow and brown uniforms.

I have a friend up here who is a Giants fan (goofy_goff) and she should be joining shortly as I told her about this anti-Dogturd community.

Anyway, I just got back from visiting SD last weekend, and went to Petco to see the Padres plays the LA Douchebags. We were behind their dugout, and it was nice to see that their fans are still the classless assclowns I remember. One of them was screaming obscenities at a 3 year old in a Padres outfit. Nice. We ended up losing that night, but are 3-0 against those pricks since.

Anyholler, glad to find this community and I look forward to LA staying in the cellar where they freaking belong!

Here's a picture of me and my Mom at the game...

Monday, April 3rd, 2006
6:20 pm
No-mahhhhhhhhh make it through an entire season without a hospital visit?

already there tsk tsk.
6:18 pm
Keep Up the Good Work Here
Los Angeles Dodgers Postgame Alert
April 3, 2006

Atlanta 11, Los Angeles 10 at Dodger Stadium
Los Angeles Record: (0-1)

Winning pitcher - Oscar Villarreal (1-0)
Losing pitcher - Derek Lowe (0-1)
SV - Chris Reitsma (1)

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H E
 Atlanta 4 0 0 0 4 2 0 1 0   11 12 3
 Los Angeles 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 3 2   10 17 1

ATL HR - A. Jones (1) R. Langerhans (1) A. LaRoche (1)
Tuesday, March 28th, 2006
8:06 pm
Dodgers in 2006
I think the question is not how BADLY will they suck, but what excuses will they come up with this year when they fall short of the playoffs again?

Can Eric Gagne and No-mahhhhhhhhh make it through an entire season without a hospital visit?

How long before Rafael Furcal starts hitting .220 again?

Will we have a repeat of last year? I remember a year ago when the Dodgers started out with the best record in baseball, everyone thought they would go to the World Series. In April. How did that work out???

I'm going to love watching them crash and burn, yet again.
Sunday, March 12th, 2006
12:03 am
Dodgers and their crappy fans
Since someone out there in LJ land has made a mock LJ about me then I say let's talk smack about Dog Turd fans...they are worthless and self-righteous to the point of their nostrils being sunburnt to a crisp from their nose being so high in the air!

Jeff Kent is the worst piece of dung to walk in LA...then there's JD Spew who's an arrogant cock!

Dog Turd fans blow goats!

Current Mood: amused
Saturday, March 11th, 2006
9:40 pm
Don't know if this belongs here,but...
Since chances are some of us don't like the Cubs either,I've started thecubsuck...

Current Mood: creative
Wednesday, February 15th, 2006
1:50 pm
Apparently baseball is now in the air because this info is literally flying into my e-mail box...

...Frank McCourt personally kicked an  unknown "Boy Wonder" Pitcher Prospect of the Dogshit payroll for asking a legit question.

"Why do we have to fly to Florida when we could train in PHX [like the rest of any sane team would do]...????"

McCourt alledgely told this 19 year old sports prodigy to "JAG OFF" and told him "YOU LOOK LIKE MY LAST BOYFRIEND AFTER A BAD METH DAY!!!"...

Mrs. McCourt was unavailble for comment.
1:29 pm
Pitchers and Catchers Were To Report To Dogshittown today...
Pitchers and Catchers Were Required to Go to Dogturdtown today...

but this swift bunch arrived today in PHX only to be told by a Southwest Airlines employee that Dogturdtown is in FLORIDA.

Jeff Kent arrived like a speeding Prep H bullet up an inflamed asshole and allegedly threatened Southwest employees with a break out of "Blue Plague".

"YOU WILL DIE AND TURN DOGTURD BLUE IN HELL!!!!"...raged the much maligned Kent who had too many Lone Star Beers and was forced to stay with Airport Security until his BAL dropped below .69
1:16 pm
NEWSFLASH: Weaver Leaves Dogs - The air suddenly smells better in OC
The Butt Fugly Weaver has fled Hell-A.

He is now playing with his winkee in Mouse World.

Watch out American League players - you may be subjected to the sheer nasty look regardless of his uni...

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02/15/2006 2:48 PM ET
Angels agree to terms on 2006 contract with pitcher Jeff Weaver

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TEMPE, Ariz. -- The Angels Wednesday agreed to terms on a 2006 contract with right-handed pitcher Jeff Weaver in an announcement made by club Vice President/General Manager Bill Stoneman. Per club policy, no financial terms of the contracts will be released.

Weaver, 29, spent the 2005 season with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He finished with a 14-11 record, three complete games, two shutouts and a 4.22 ERA (224 IP - 105 ER) in 34 starts. He ranked eighth in the NL in starts and innings pitched, sixth in complete games, tied four fourth in shutouts and fourth in fewest walks per nine innings pitched (1.73). Weaver had 157 strikeouts and 43 walks, the eighth best strikeout to walk ratio (3.65) in the NL. He set career bests in wins, strikeouts and fewest walks and tied his personal best in starts. Weaver posted a career high six straight victories, July 22-Aug. 28 and pitched into the seventh inning in 18 straight starts, May 24-Aug. 28 (career best).

Originally selected by the Detroit Tigers in the first round (14th pick overall) of the 1998 free agent draft, Weaver owns a lifetime 78-87 record with 13 complete games, five shutouts, two saves and a 4.44 ERA (1,396 IP - 688 ER) in 226 games (209 starts). He has appeared in the major leagues with the Detroit Tigers (1999-2002), New York Yankees (2002-03) and Los Angeles Dodgers (2004-05). Weaver has appeared in the post-season with the Yankees (2002 ALDS & 2003 WS) and Dodgers (2004 NLDS).

A native of Northridge, Calif., Weaver resides in Manhattan Beach, Calif.

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Thursday, December 22nd, 2005
3:33 pm
Brett Tomko signs with Dodgers

LOS ANGELES -- With Jeff Weaver's return still uncertain, the Dodgers moved to shore up the starting rotation on Thursday by signing free agent right-hander Brett Tomko.
Tomko signed for two years with a third-year option and $8.7 million guaranteed -- $3.6 million in 2006, $4.1 million in 2007 and a mutual option for 2008 at $4.5 million or a $1 million buyout if Tomko opts out.

The 32-year-old right-hander went 8-15 with a 4.14 ERA in 2005 for the San Francisco Giants. He will be reunited with new Dodgers general manager Ned Colletti, the Gaints' former assistant general manager.

Personally, I don't give a damn. Tomko is a bad pitcher, and the Dodger's aren't getting much. I'm sure Brett with get more bench time with the Dodgers then with the Giants.
Sunday, December 18th, 2005
10:12 am
Nomar Signs with Dodgers. Giants Fans Get Nervous.

LOS ANGELES -- Free agent infielder Nomar Garciaparra has agreed to terms to join the Dodgers, according to reports by ESPN and the New York Post.
A club official on Sunday would not confirm the report.

Garciaparra, 32, is expected to be the No. 5 hitter and first baseman in a dramatically rebuilt infield. New general manager Ned Colletti previously signed Garciaparra's former Boston Red Sox teammate, Bill Mueller, to play third base and former Atlanta Brave Rafael Furcal to bat leadoff and play shortstop, joining holdover All-Star second baseman and cleanup hitter Jeff Kent.

The Dodgers aggressively pursued Garciaparra for his bat, not his glove. The most critical current need, in the view of Colletti, is a fifth hitter to bat behind Kent, their only consistent run producer in 2005. Garciaparra, a five-time All-Star, is considered by Colletti to be the best available candidate.

With the recent acquisition of Garciaparra, and the recent contract signing of Bill Muller, Giants fans start to get nervous about their chances for next season.

The Dodgers are quickly building their team back up, and with big stars as well. Not only has these two acquisitions given the Dodgers a big boots, but rumors are floating around that veteran first basemen and ex-Giant J.T. Snow may be signing a one year deal with the Dodgers before he retires, which would devastate most Giants fans. It would of been the second Nor-Cal betrayal since Ned Colletti, the assistant GM for the Giants, left San Fran to work as the new GM for the LA Dodgers.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2005
9:03 pm
Dogturds nab Colletti

The Dodgers raided the front office of the archrival San Francisco Giants on Tuesday by hiring Ned Colletti as general manager.

Colletti, 50, has been vice president and assistant general manager to Giants GM Brian Sabean for the past nine seasons. Granted broad authority by Sabean, Colletti's duties have included assisting in the acquisition of players, overseeing waiver and rule compliance, formulating salary arbitration cases and managing roster payroll.

Great. Just what the Giants need is a man on the inside being seduced by the Dark Side. Who's going to the Dodgers next? Bonds?!

Current Mood: angry
5:52 am




Saturday, October 29th, 2005
3:38 pm
DePodoofus Fired
Dodgers fire GM Paul DePodesta

It's a real shame. They might actually hire somebody competent now. Naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah.

But this line cracked me up:

"The Dodgers are at a crossroads here," McCourt said. "I'm very mindful of this historic franchise's tradition of greatness."

Saturday, October 8th, 2005
4:19 pm
Could somebody with ESPN Insider please post Buster Olney's latest column?

It's about how the Dodgers so-called "winning tradition" has gone down the toilet.
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