Monday, September 27

The truth about Guillen...

The Dominican Republic is a place where everything you do or say goes public, and if you're a ball player your chances are that your life will be mouth to mouth.

Well, according to a reporter who spoke to another Dominican Player in the Angels who spoke with him told what really happened with Guillen, according to the source Guillen after he was taken out of the game threw his helmet at the Managers feet, later sat in the corner of the dogout shouting in Spanish, but he did not remember Mike's know Spanish, he played here with Licey, and he was a catcher, catchers must know Spanish, well the thing did not stop there, Scioscia confronted Guillen telling him he was the Boss and he make's the decisions on the team, then Mr. Guillen threw his glove at the managers feet again, then took a shower and left the stadium.

This episode did not went well with players, according again with the source, the manager ask for management support, he got it so Guillen was suspended and probably concluding his days with the Angels.

Saturday, September 25

Think positive, Think Blue

Think Blue

The Dodgers might win the Division, maybe they'll loose, but last night was a big step forward, this is a team fighting for a post-season spot should do. beat the team behind you.

Today I'm sleepy at work, staying up until 1:30 in the morning, loosing sleep time, but it was worth it.

Once again Think Blue

Thursday, September 23

This season is not over yet!!!

Sorry Rob, the season is not over yet, until then we'll have to watch every Dodger game hoping for a miracle, we'll suffer until the Dodgers are officially out, I know that and you know that.

I know It's frustrating to have a lead and see it go away slowly every game after every game.

But I believe in Dodger Blue, I believe this a different team from other years, This is a fighting team, a team with C o j o n e s.

I refuse to think things will be over, that the Dodgers are not going to the playoffs, I want to shut every people here rooting for Felipe and the Giants, I can't leasen to the Radio and hear people talking about how great Barry Bond is.

This year is going to be different, October 4th you'll be writing on the possible matchups for the playoffs, Dodgers fans deserve that, we don't deserve another October without baseball.

I'm with Jon, we'll rise...

Monday, September 20

This Blog is back!

After a few weeks without posting for some reasons I'm back in the the blogosphere, I was a difficult time for me and my family, moving in the Dominican Republic is not that easy, then came Jeanne, who caused very big damage to the east and north coast of the Island, including Armando Benitez home in San Pedro de Macoris.

Well, back to baseball having almost a week without internet, cable and Directv I find the Dodgers only 2 1/2 games ahead of the Giants, but this weekend series against Colorado was a little encouraging, two comebacks wins becoming 5 runs deficits it's a good thing.

But the Padres believe the Dodgers are more lucky than good, this according to some players from the Padres.

Not to take anything away from them, but I definitely don't feel like they're the best team in the division," said Lawrence, Sunday's starter.

"But that's why you play the game ---- the best team doesn't always win. If that was the case, they'd give the trophy to the Yankees every year and call the season."David Wells expressed a similar sentiment after pitching in Saturday's game, claiming that Jeff Weaver is Los Angeles' only "legitimate" starter.

"They've been getting lucky," Wells said. "They're the comeback kids. You have to give credit to their offense."We know we have a better team than the Dodgers.

They've just been winning at the right time. That's why they're where they're at. It's frustrating to all of us that we are where we are."