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Ex-Dodger Files
2004-07-27 15:04
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Guess it was a good thing Chin-Feng Chen didn't turn out to be indispensable. There might have been an interesting international tug o'war for his services. Instead, Chen was free to leave the continent this week to play for Taiwan in the Olympics. ...

It hasn't been Jason Romano's year. The former 25th man tore his hamstring playing for Cincinnati and is out for the season, after a 5-for-34, .430 OPS campaign. ...

In 7 2/3 innings this month, Giants closer Matt Herges has allowed 18 hits and four walks. His ERA is 10.57. For the year, opponents are batting .342 against Herges with an OPS of .904. ...

Orel Hershiser got lauded locally twice today for turning around the Texas Ranger pitching staff, in columns by Kevin Modesti of the Daily News and Steve Bisheff of the Register. In a way, I'm disappointed. Hershiser worked briefly as an ESPN commentator after retiring and I thought he displayed natural ability that many active broadcasters lack.

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