any team is at this point. What I really like about the DB's is they have no prima donas. I might consider a small wager re the clash at Comerica Park, say a 1/48 kit or so? I liked the name "Tiger Stadium" so much better than Comerica or Chase or Staples. AND I remember Charlie Maxwell making a throw from deep center to the plate, no hops, to nail a runner. Go Tigers and D-Backs. (and Orioles)
Yeah, this is true...too early. I too liked Tiger Stadium as the name.
April 9 2012, 2:39 PM
Comerica park is so sterile sounding. It is a beautiful stadium though, much better than TS.
1/48th kit for a wager?? Sure! That sounds like fun!!
As you say, "Go tigers and D-Backs"!!!!!!! I hear ya!!!!
Have a great day!
Larry @ AUDI
It'll probably turn out the same.............................
April 9 2012, 1:47 PM
way it has for 10 out of 15 years...........D-Backs/Giants down to the wire. Always makes for an exciting season. That Posey is a real winner, and Sandoval is unstoppable. My main man Parra only made 2 errors all last year and here he makes 2 (scored as "1") on one play. Yikes.
Have a fun season.
fans will be fighting it out for the wild card spots. Dodgers season started out great with the loss of Frank McBankrupt and a near sweep of the Padres. Since we have the reigning Cy Young winner and the non drugged up NL MVP, I think we'll be giving you boys a run for your money. May have one of the most exciting players in the league at short, and Andre's started hot again in right. Thinking (and sure as heck hoping) the NL West is great all the way through.
Looks like the Angels have better'n a fair shot in the AL too, but the AL is tough all the way through. A lot of times when I go to Dodgers games, I have a rep Duke Snider HOF jersey I wear. I know it's tradition and all, but I wouldn't mind a bit of an update to the dodgers uni's. But then the stadium's celebrating it's 50 years anniversary this season so nothing changes with dem bums very often. I was there those 50 years ago to help open that stadium and have spent more than my fair share of time and money at the Ravine! And Kirk certainly gave us Dodgers fans a moment of history that will live in baseball, and Dodgers lore, forever.