Magic Number = 1.
Go D-Backs! Give us a shot at winning it at home!!!
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1 it's a Magic Number!
So, does this mean you're going tomorrow night, JBF?
"God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pains: it is His megaphone to rouse a deaf world." ~C.S. Lewis
1 game left. Can't say I didn't predict this...
We either clinch before the game, at the Ravine or at the hated ones' park. Sounds good either way.
If The DBacks lose, though, and The Dodgers lose, as well. Do The Dodgers still celebrate after the game? I don't think they'd celebrate before.
I don't remember a situation like this before.
Know what bothers me though? Colletti will probably be praised to no end about the Blake & Manny deals that have helped the Dodgers to this point. The Manny deal basically fell in his lap and the Blake one...well, we'll find out if it was worth it in a few weeks... or maybe a few years.
But can you seriously ignore the failures that were Juanny "Bench" Pierre, Andruw & Schmidt?
Two things I DO give Colletti credit for are: Angel Berroa and not trading for David Eckstein.
Last edited by Cliché Guevara; September 24th, 2008 at 11:02 PM.
I was at the game with my bud tonight. Had a great time. It was really ****ing sweet seeing Manny hit one out in person. Also was really nice to see Furcal in the field.
Looks like we're playoff bound, barring a complete meltdown.
Just got back the game. Couldn't really tell you anything about the game. There was this blond usher in section 27fd and she held my attention for most of the game.
8 games over .500, best September in Dodger history since moving to Los Angeles, best record since the All-Star break in baseball and the Dodgers have a shot at having a better overall intra-division record than Arizona by the time it's all said and done in 4 days.
It's not all luck, folks.
Thanks for getting this bag of cats to the postseason Joe!
"In a year that has been so improbable, the impossible has happened." - Vin Scully being clairvoyant in 1988.
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