Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by southerndodgerfan, Mar 17, 2012.
I think it'd be cool to get Hamilton.
Where would we put Hamilton? 2nd base?
We're the Dodgers. It doesn't matter. We might as well just have 4 outfielders.
Damn. That sucks.
Only problem I see would be they would have a "win-now" attitude". They may say fuck the money and compete with us. For a short time, it would work, but screw them in the long run. I however, don't want to see the gnats anywhere near another World Series shot as long as I live.
Have Hamilton and Crawford split time. It's an odd problem to have, but I could see them go for it. If we get him.
I know he is an asshat but he did have success in the NL. Just a thought.
Greinke and Peavy please.
Hell yes on peavy.
Would rather go 3 or 4 years at $15-17M on him, than 6 years at $20-25M on Greinke.
He raped the NL West.
I would gladly take Peavy on the rotation next year. This season is the first time hes stayed healthy in the last four years. With our luck we'd sign him and he'd blow out his arm.....
As long as its a gay (happy) clubhouse and we win, works for me.....
Peavy will suck on the Dodgers. Subconsiously he still hates us and would suck and not know why.
Maybe that's exactly what they need.
nah, they'd probably find a way to fuck that up too
Kershaw rehabs with short bullpen session
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com | 09/21/12 5:00 PM ET
CINCINNATI -- Dodgers injured ace Clayton Kershaw threw a 20-pitch bullpen session Friday as he continues his attempt to pitch with a right hip impingement.
Kershaw said he was able to throw all of his pitches, and was hopeful he could make another start while the team remains alive for a Wild Card berth.
Kershaw won't discuss details of his injury or confirm whether he needs surgery to repair torn labrum, as has been widely speculated.
Such an arthroscopic operation -- similar to one performed on teammate Jerry Hairston last week -- would take three to five months for recovery.
Kershaw said he is aiming to start a game and not relieve.
Rosenthal fully expects Dodgers to pursue Greinke. To that I say, if they want him bad enough they will get him.
We need him pretty bad with our 1 and 2 up in the air. Kershaw is keeping some details concealed for some reason and they are really hoping it's not TJ for Bills. There is no denying Greinke's stuff. He throws straight filth up there. I just hope he is all there for the dollars he will demand.
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