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Played? Not Yet
2005-01-06 07:44
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Citing Robert Louis Stevenson as justification (with nary a mention of Arte Moreno), the Pittsburgh Pirates and Steelers blog Honest Wagner has changed its name (for now at least, as long as it keep its tongue in its chaw-filled cheek) to the Los Angeles Wagner of Honest.

This morning's newsy entry explores the controveries surrounding the Aramis Beltre, Jason Lo Duca and Craig Seop Choi transactions.

(The joke window on the Angels' name change is starting to close - but we're not quite there yet. So enjoy it while you still can!)

Jerry: (doing the voice) Good-bye Kramer.

Kramer: Jerry, buddy, I got to tell you something. That voice is played.

Jerry: Really?

Kramer: So played.

George: I told you.

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