Inning 4

Sox up, 2-0.

The mister and fan are going strong in our dugout.  Steamy day in mid 70s.

Ramirez leading off.  Always amazing about baseball … that whole thing about the great play then leads off thing …

Scoreboard just showed the Dodgers 1959 banner.  Does it seem like 20 years, 1988, since the Dodgers last won a World Series … wow.

Double off the center field wall.

Single to right by Toby.  ARam holds at third with no out.

Danks up

pitch out

bunts into a DP.  Ramirez has to hold.

Ugh

C’mon OC.

SO looking.

Bottom

LaRoche leading off

So the 10 Dodgers:

1   Pee Wee Reese

2   Tommy LaSorda

4   Duke Snider

19   Jim Gilliam

20   Don Sutton

24   Walter Alston

32   Sandy Koufax

39   Roy Campanella

42   Jackie Robinson

53   Don Drysdale

LaRoche doubled down the line past a sprawling Crede.

GO 4-3.  Runner moves up

ball back to Danks.  He makes a great play and then throws to third but LaRoche is back in time.  First and third, one out.

WOW.  Great play by Danks on a line drive to the box.  He turns and fires to first for a DP.

We caught a break!

 

 

 

 

4 Comments

Scott: How do the Dodgers commemorate their retired numbers at the ballpark? Any special display?

On the Outfield walls and with a plaque on the ‘roof’ of the outfield

John Danks appears to be doing his best Mitch Williams impersonation today. Get some guys on and escape. Of course the Wild Thing would have had no chance to make those two stabs.

What a grab by JD, Martin thought it was gone

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