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    FC gets in another run.

    5-0

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    Well at least we won the series.

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    At this rate we may see our first position player on the mound...

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    Good thing the Mets waited until game 3 to score all their runs.

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    Dodgers' Esteban Loaiza goes on disabled list - Los Angeles Times

    Loaiza on DL. Brazoban is expected to be called up for now. Could be Kershaw in a week or so.

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    Brazoban's numbers in the minors this season by the way.

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    Team	League	W	L	ERA	G	GS	CG	SHO	SV	IP	H	R	ER	HR	BB	SO	GO/AO	AVG
    JAX	SOU	0	1	2.53	11	0	0	0	2	10.2	7	3	3	1	2	13	2.17	.175
    LVG	PCL	0	0	2.25	3	0	0	0	0	4.0	2	1	1	1	2	4	1.00	.143
    Minors		0	1	2.45	14	0	0	0	2	14.2	9	4	4	2	4	17	1.70	.167

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    A friend (Angels fan) invited me to go to the game on the 17th. I said that I'd prefer to go on the 16th. ****, I'll go to both if it means seeing Kershaw's debut if it does indeed happen.

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    I was at work yesterday and didn't get to see the game. Good thing for me.

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    A nice blub re: 1-5P from the guys at FJM.com.

    Second thing: Juan Pierre is reading FJM. Buster Olney explains:

    Juan Pierre has always been an old-school free-swinger, someone who hacks first and asks questions later. But in the first five weeks of his season, there has been a dramatic change in Pierre.

    "He's picking through pitches," said one talent evaluator. "I think with the competition going on" -- with four Dodgers outfielders competing for three spots -- "he had to re-think a little bit the way he was playing. In the time I've seen him, you can really see him trying to get on base, in a way that's different from in the past. There's a deliberate thought process going on there. His at-bats look different."

    That's because they are different, so far. Entering Wednesday's game, Pierre is averaging 3.67 pitches per plate appearances, more than a quarter of a pitch better than the 3.40 pitches per plate appearance he averaged last year, and he is hitting .316, with a .388 on-base percentage. He's never had an on-base percentage of greater than .378.

    So you're welcome, Juan, for inspiring you to change your approach and revitalize your career.

    Next up: Bill Plaschke turns his back on Juan and accuses him of playing too much like a computer.

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    You're welcome, JP. Keep doing what you're doing.

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