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Letting Others Do My Work for Me ...
2003-12-29 09:32
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Julien's Baseball Blog does a capital deconstruction of the recent Baseball America online chat regarding the Dodger farm system.

... And Recycling

Thanks to those of you who have continued to flock to the site during the holidays. While it looks like I've lost about 45,000 visitors, thanks to outsider-inflicted counter troubles at GoStats.com, I've actually been impressed by how many have stuck with me during the holiday slowdown. Anyway, I've been playing catchup at work since returning from vacation, but hope to be back on my regular schedule following the New Year.

In the meantime, please take this opportunity to peruse the archives. While many of you have seen little change on the main page in the past week, few were around during the heady days of this site in early 2003. Eleven months ago, I had about five readers a day. So, do relive, with the advantage of hindsight, my 2003 preview articles, or consider one of my history pieces, like "Traumatized in '67."

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