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    Quote Originally Posted by Vargsmal View Post
    wow, just when we needed a starter to go deep...
    The Dodgers website said something about this, too. Penny went 7 last night after a day off. Am I missing something here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Italian Seafood View Post
    The Dodgers website said something about this, too. Penny went 7 last night after a day off. Am I missing something here?
    from what I recall the Dodgers have Billingsley on a 50-60 pitch count tomorrow so they wanted to have a some what rested bullpen, but after reading TJs blog it looks like the Dodgers might send down Abreu and bring up a pitcher

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mashiasu View Post
    from what I recall the Dodgers have Billingsley on a 50-60 pitch count tomorrow so they wanted to have a some what rested bullpen, but after reading TJs blog it looks like the Dodgers might send down Abreu and bring up a pitcher
    That's like 2 innings for Bills....i kid i kid.

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    Update on Schmidt surgery today...

    Jason Schmidt underwent season-ending surgery in Los Angeles today, and it wasn't just the bursa that needed to be cleaned up. Schmidt also learned that his labrum was completely detached and needed to be repaired. Furthermore, his biceps tendon was frayed and needed repairing.

    Schmidt won't be able to throw a ball for three to four months. The hope is he will be ready to go by spring training.
    Well at least they know what's wrong with him. Sucks that he is done for the year but at least he can recover from this and get back to form next season. My fear was that he was just getting old and their would have been nothing to fix. Pitching is still a strength of this team without Schmidt. Unless the offense picks it up Schmidt wouldn't have been pitching in October anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lath19 View Post
    Well at least they know what's wrong with him. Sucks that he is done for the year but at least he can recover from this and get back to form next season. My fear was that he was just getting old and their would have been nothing to fix. Pitching is still a strength of this team without Schmidt. Unless the offense picks it up Schmidt wouldn't have been pitching in October anyways.
    Definitely agree with you. The worst thing would have been if they went in there and everything looked normal. How the hell did Jason not feel a torn labrum. Seems like that would kinda sting a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mashiasu View Post
    from what I recall the Dodgers have Billingsley on a 50-60 pitch count tomorrow so they wanted to have a some what rested bullpen, but after reading TJs blog it looks like the Dodgers might send down Abreu and bring up a pitcher
    I see, thanks. Since both games so far have been blowouts, we haven't had to use any important relievers if we didn't want to. Could always throw Lurch out there for a few in games like that, what's the worst that could happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofdodgers View Post
    Definitely agree with you. The worst thing would have been if they went in there and everything looked normal. How the hell did Jason not feel a torn labrum. Seems like that would kinda sting a little.
    Seriously, that must have been painful. If anything it shows he's no pussy to be able to even throw the ball to the plate for as much as he did. plus he dominated the madres with that first start back lol with a torn labrum ahaha. damn, hopefully he can fully recover from this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vargsmal View Post
    Seriously, that must have been painful. If anything it shows he's no pussy to be able to even throw the ball to the plate for as much as he did. plus he dominated the madres with that first start back lol with a torn labrum ahaha. damn, hopefully he can fully recover from this.
    Let's hope. I'd hate to see Schmidt become another Darren Dreifort. We've already had a few though.

    See Last 2 closers before Saito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASUcruz View Post
    with Bradley DFA this is probably Colletti's best trade of his tenure.

    and here is a blurb from Jayson Stark of ESPN on the Murray firing.
    • The other blockbuster firing of the week was Eddie Murray's exit as Dodgers hitting coach. Dodgers players have told their friends that Murray was so headstrong and old-school that half the position players on the roster weren't even on speaking terms with him.
    if this is true he should have been gone long ago.

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