Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Apr 26, 2021.
Embarrassment of bkitches
Speaking of...enter Rios! Huzzah!
No Rios! Huzzah!
Thank you Angel Douchebag Hernandez
right down the middle
someone please take Rios out behind the barn and shoot him already
Man this is just sad
7 out of 9.
Walker sucked ass.
Never shoulda let Kiké go
that little twerker was the heart of the team, damn it!
I’m laying off the Dodgers for a bit. No use running out of high blood pressure medication so early in the season.
Old Yeller time for Rios.
Handed a pair of two run leads and immediately coughed them up. He's got to be better than that.
Meanwhile the bullpen is a crap shoot (emphasis on crap).
really thought the bp was a strength coming in
losing Knebel was a knife cause he looked like a witch
McKinstry is a big loss too
no excuse for the team suddenly slumping its shoulders but it is April
Thank god we signed JT cause the thought of what would’ve happened if we handed 3B over to Rios is terrifying
He's mind-fucked at the plate. Overmatched at times and missing BP pitches at other times.
1) is it his back?
2) with all the adulation has he turned into a Hollywood finnochio?
3) just a slump?
and Kershaw and Julio
and this time, no tears. No crying in baseball...
That's the 64 dollar question.
Er...the 245 million dollar question.
When he came to the Dodgers, he still had the " wasn't on the Dodgers" greatness. Now, firmly entrenched in Dodger lore, exposure to Dave Roberts greatness, and what usually happens to huge free agents once they get here, he will suck.
See: Machado, Darvish, Pollock, etc., etc., etc.
There's something odd and mysterious about it.
left out andrew jones, jason schmidt, delino deshields, john tudor et al
team is seriously unwatchable right now
and just my opinion, but they’re matching the enthusiasm (lack thereof) of their inept/impotent leader
may not be roberts fault that they’re playing like shit, but he’s certainly not doing anything to lead them out of it
the failure to support muncy the other day spoke volumes about his inadequacies as a manager
he might not be the one failing at the plate/on the mound/on defense, but he is the guy with his hands on the steering wheel
people say managers get too much blame for their team’s failures and not enough credit for success… i say it’s just the opposite
as roberts fails, so do the dodgers
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