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Here are the last ten comments made by our members:

Bruce Sutter
Slyke
about 2 hours ago
They are replaying the game again now on ESPN Classic, LVW.

Watching the 5th inning now, with Tug McGraw getting lit up. 2/3 of an inning, 7 runs, 3 walks and 2 bombs (Buckner and Jerry Martin). He had ZERO command...he was all over the place...not even close to hitting his spots.

I can only think of reading an interview years ago where teammates said Tug loved Chicago, but never wanted to pitch, because he was always still hungover during the games. God rest his soul, but he looked like he was during this game as well. :)

That said, Eastwick and Ray Burris were the only pitchers to have scoreless appearances.

I guess I will be staying tuned in to ESPN Classic, as Game 7 of the 1979 World Series is on air next (sorry, Eugene).
Yasiel Puig
Slyke
about 2 hours ago
Piggy backing off the Crawford thread, Puig slugged a pathetic .247 in August. He has not been the same player since May.

Puig has just 2 home runs since May 29th.

Not only is he killing his roto owners the past 3 months, the Dodgers may have to consider giving him a regular seat on the bench down the stretch.
Carl Crawford
Slyke
about 2 hours ago
Agreed, Texpope....the Dodgers do have some interesting decisions down the stretch.

You talk of Crawford's struggles, but Puig slugged .247 in August - yes, slugged .247.

Puig has just 2 home runs since May 29th. Maybe Mattingly decides to cut his playing time this month?

Texpope
about 4 hours ago
They actually have some interesting decisions down the stretch even ... they're in the drivers seat for a playoff spot, and that Pederson kid is up.

Kemp is up to .945 OPS post-All Star Break ... but Crawford's still languishing in the .645 range over that time. The Dodgers have some incentive to see if Pederson can take over that position in the coming weeks.

tlmcleod
about 4 hours ago
And they have that Pederson kid who managed to go 30-30 down on the farm. The Dodgers have some rather large decisions to make in the off-season.

Texpope
about 5 hours ago
17 dollars earning ... but a .668 OPS. For his $20 million salary, the Dodgers have gotten 0.8 WAR so far.

OTOH, I guess that beats paying Andre Ethier $15 million for a -0.5 WAR season.

Clearly, it's better than paying Matt Kemp $21 million for a -0.2 WAR season.

If you're keeping score - that's $56 million for a combined 0.1 WAR.

Never was so much owed for so little to so many ...
Kyle Finnegan
Slyke
about 5 hours ago
Ok. Thanks for the update, Alex.
D.J. Peterson
Alex
about 5 hours ago
From Baseball America this morning:

Hitter of the Day - D.J. Peterson, 3b, Double-A Jackson (Mariners). Seattle's first-rounder in 2013 and the 12th overall pick was touted as one of the class' best bats and he's did nothing in 2014 to dissuade that feeling. Peterson ended his season Monday by going 4-for-6 with two homers - his 30th and 31st - in a 13-6 win over Montgomery. Peterson, 22, finishes at .297/.360/.552 at high Class A High Desert and Jackson.
Kyle Finnegan
Alex
about 6 hours ago
The first-year pros will have to wait until the offseason, when we upload all the minor league stats for this season.

If you're wondering, getting a daily feed of minor league stats is ultra expensive. Getting the major league stats isn't cheap.
Cory Spangenberg
Slyke
about 6 hours ago
FAAB'd him last night.

Need some speed.

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