Dodgers in 2005

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Dodgers in 2005

Unread post by GottaLoveLA » May 24th, 2005, 8:20 am

Think they will win it this year?

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Unread post by GTS » May 24th, 2005, 11:11 am

Not a chance in hell. Started strong but their true colors are showin.

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Unread post by ajay049 » May 26th, 2005, 3:28 pm

Look at my icon....does that tell you what I think of the Dodgers???

F*ck em

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Unread post by 562_HOMIE » May 31st, 2005, 10:56 pm

Theres no way you can say the Dodgers have shown there true colors. At a time like this how can you rate the dodgers. There starting ACE Odalis Perez/starter Elmer Dessens/backup catcher Bako/3rd base Valentin are on the DL. Gagne/A.Perez/Werth, just got back from the DL. Milton Bradley recently injured his ring finger, Dreiford's gone forever. You gotta wait till a good portion of the team is back then you can start judging. When they were a team everybody was playing incredibly. I believe they'll win their division and end up going againts the cardinals once again.
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Unread post by Fatestar » July 3rd, 2005, 2:29 am

The Dodgers are done for man, they traded everybody last year...( Shawn Green, Guerillmo Mota, Paul Lo Duca, Beltre....) Gagne is out for the rest of the year! their season is down the drain.

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Unread post by never die inside » July 3rd, 2005, 2:40 am

Milton Bradley hit 370 during the dodgers 12-2 record to open the season. MB is the energy and the spark for the Dodgers.

When he comes back after the All Star Break, things are gonna get a LOT more interesting.

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Unread post by WIP » July 4th, 2005, 3:53 am

i dont know what the hells up with the Dodgers. i gues its rebuilding time. they better pick it up or they will wind up like the clippers, but with champion history. i witnessed the getting swept by the KC Royals. a damn shame. At least Vlad is carryin the Angels.

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Unread post by 562_HOMIE » July 6th, 2005, 1:34 am

The dodgers have had some bad luck but this whole time they have been rebuilding. The Dodgers were actually losing $5 mil every year in the past. This year they're going to break even w/ the new management. In the off-season they got rid wasted cash holders. Green, Nomo, Ishii, Lo Duca, Shuey, Beltre, Finley (would of all been a waste of money). They're farm system is slowly starting to rebuild and soon will start producing(this use to be the Dogers big way to gaining players). The tough luck is they can't stay healthy, I don't want to see any players especially from the farm be traded. I say wait to next year & will see who will take the National League championship. Now lets think pro, you've got Penny, O. Perez, Lowe, Houlton, Izturis, Drew, Gagne for a good 3 years. The farm might bring Thompson, Jackson, Navarro ready to play in the Big League. Bradley loves LA so he'll mostlikely resign at a reasonable price as well as A. Perez, Werth, Grabowski, Brazoban, Sanchez. The key is to aquire a 1st & 3rd baseman, they've got Guzman in the farm but he won't be ready for at least 2-3 years. Rangers have two 1st basemans who are looking good Texiera who's contract ends this year and another youngster Gonzales who's eiger to play and has the skills.

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Unread post by VybzKartel » July 6th, 2005, 2:58 am

No way they gonna win man.... They are gonna fall at the end... they are weak.

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Unread post by GottaLoveLA » July 6th, 2005, 3:04 pm

izturis and drew are on the dl
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Unread post by PlayaLarga » July 6th, 2005, 5:55 pm

lack of chemistry, injuries are hurting them..

bottom line

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Re: Dodgers in 2005

Unread post by alexalonso » September 24th, 2009, 10:11 pm

is there any dodger from this 2005 team that is still on the team this season, 2009?

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Re: Dodgers in 2005

Unread post by SHYSTER » November 11th, 2009, 12:26 am

Jonathan Broxton and Jeff Weaver

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