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Peavy

Posted in Uncategorized by Flavor on April 18, 2016

You know what’s a perfect remedy for what ails Peavy?  Paul Goldschmidt and his biceps combined with unseasonably warm temps.

Uh, maybe not.

At least he has the pitchers-park factor working in his favor.

Huge start for Peavy. If he implodes again I’m not sure even the bromance he’s got with Bochy can save him.

At least we don’t have to watch Goldshit blast off against Timmy all night. He used to take Timmy out to the woodshed. Whatever happened to our hero Lincecum? Has he retired? I thought his surgeon pronounced him good to go and better than ever? You can’t listen to surgeons, they all lie.

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Also, 66 years ago today, this guy called his first Dodger game. With a 40 at the ready and smokes for days.

scully

 

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  1. Carstie Clausen said, on April 19, 2016 at 6:20 am

    Intuition. When the Giants whiffed in the bottom of the 10th i got the feeling that it was time to go upstairs and hit the sack. No spark. Not one player is stepping up and providing that thrill, that extra excitement, that something special which fires up the troops ~ not even at home after a sinking roadie. Buster and Belt are only pedestrian. Pence and Crawford cannot seem to get it together ~ particularly the Reverend. Only Pagan is being a steady performer.

    Now the bullpen implodes with two casualties in just a matter of days and they being a pair who were performing. Strickland and Heston are shit right now and Casilla seems to be slowly letting out air like a balloon with a tiny crack.

    What a mess.

    • bassbaldy said, on April 19, 2016 at 6:46 am

      At least Lopez got his guy out last night. I cringed when he came in. You are right though, other than Pagan, no one is playing inspired ball at this point. Going back to last year, two things we have not had with any consistency for a while: clutch hitting & shut down pitching in the late innings. Well, maybe three things … how about some strong early innings from our SPs? Last season we could blame it on injuries and, for the most part, the lame bench support we got. This year, I suppose we could blame it on … uh? Jeez, so many missed opportunities!


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