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    The problem's not the dim bulbs in the parking lot. It's the dim bulbs in the executive offices.

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    The Dodger Stadium parking lot is the #1 without a doubt biggest problem there. It used to be a bit of an adventure but at least there were options of where to park and it flowed decently. The recent changes (maybe under an owner with parking lot experience!) have made it intolerable. You have no choice anymore if you're in a general parking lot, you can only park in the lot they direct you to from the entrance. And if you do have reserved parking it can take an hour to get to the lot with all the barriers and redirection they put you through to get around the lot. They've somehow taken a bad situation and made it a hundred times worse. If you get there or leave within an hour of the game start and finish you might as well bring a book to read while waiting to move in the lot.
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    Frank is now trying to burn down the stadium:

    Small fire breaks out in Dodger Stadium storage room during game - latimes.com

    Saturday holiday weekend and Chavez Ravine isn't even half full? That is a telling sign at how much people are fed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cross Traffic View Post
    Frank is now trying to burn down the stadium:

    Small fire breaks out in Dodger Stadium storage room during game - latimes.com

    Saturday holiday weekend and Chavez Ravine isn't even half full? That is a telling sign at how much people are fed up.
    Maybe, but I thought it was more of the fact...every season they rise the ticket costs with parking, and do not have a good product on the field. That, and the fan beating has scared off families going to the games too.

    The Dodgers are in a world of hurt right now

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    They've only drawn 40k or more once in a non giveaway game, and that was 40,809 in the first Saturday game of the year and also against the Giants. Other than that they've been well under 40,000 in every game that didn't include a free blanket/bobblehead/shirt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frolov24 View Post
    They've only drawn 40k or more once in a non giveaway game, and that was 40,809 in the first Saturday game of the year and also against the Giants. Other than that they've been well under 40,000 in every game that didn't include a free blanket/bobblehead/shirt.
    Beyond Kershaw, Billingsley, Either and Kemp, I have no idea why anyone would pay money to watch this team, right now.

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    3 great performances in a row. Kemp is on fire. Starting pitching has been very solid and we may just have something in this Rubby De La Rosa, kid. 96 on the gun with a nasty slider to boot. Let's see if they can keep this going for a bit longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kubrick View Post
    3 great performances in a row. Kemp is on fire. Starting pitching has been very solid and we may just have something in this Rubby De La Rosa, kid. 96 on the gun with a nasty slider to boot. Let's see if they can keep this going for a bit longer.
    I wouldn't hold my breath, this team is just flat out mediocre even when fully healthy. ****ing McCourts...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiehardKingsFan View Post
    I wouldn't hold my breath, this team is just flat out mediocre even when fully healthy. ****ing McCourts...
    I think the starting pitching is well above average, probably top third in the league. Unfortunately the offense is the exact opposite, definitely in the bottom third. Which equals mediocre!! If they are interested in competing this year, I think a move for an impact bat (LF/1B/3B) is needed.

    Barajas: Decent power but a below average hitter at C
    Loney: Below average power at 1B, and lately below average batting average too.
    Carroll/Uribe: Decent combo at 2B, Uribe has plus power and minus average. Carroll has plus average and no power.
    Furcal: Can be a spark and drive the offense when healthy, but he's injured or below 100% health-wise far more often than not these days. Can't be relied on anymore.
    Blake: Solid and unspectacular at 3B. Not bad to have if he's hitting 7th or 8th, but not someone who whould be a key part of the offense.
    Sands/Gibbons: I like Jerry's potential, but safe to say the LF production will be below average this season.
    Kemp: Elite
    Ethier: Top-tier hitter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frolov24 View Post
    I think the starting pitching is well above average, probably top third in the league. Unfortunately the offense is the exact opposite, definitely in the bottom third. Which equals mediocre!! If they are interested in competing this year, I think a move for an impact bat (LF/1B/3B) is needed.

    Barajas: Decent power but a below average hitter at C
    Loney: Below average power at 1B, and lately below average batting average too.
    Carroll/Uribe: Decent combo at 2B, Uribe has plus power and minus average. Carroll has plus average and no power.
    Furcal: Can be a spark and drive the offense when healthy, but he's injured or below 100% health-wise far more often than not these days. Can't be relied on anymore.
    Blake: Solid and unspectacular at 3B. Not bad to have if he's hitting 7th or 8th, but not someone who whould be a key part of the offense.
    Sands/Gibbons: I like Jerry's potential, but safe to say the LF production will be below average this season.
    Kemp: Elite
    Ethier: Top-tier hitter
    First order of business for the new ownership should be adding Prince Fielder, next offseason.

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