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2007-08-09 13:14
by Jon Weisman

Joy to the world
All the boys and girls now
Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea
Joy to you and me

Act like you've been there before? I don't remember how.

Comments (124)
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2007-08-09 13:19:34
1.   scareduck
Because the first thing this team's fans need is a good dishwashing.
2007-08-09 13:20:08
2.   Linkmeister
Three Dog Night? Goodness me, Jon, revealing your musical taste in such fashion!

What's next, ABBA?


2007-08-09 13:20:25
3.   underdog
I still don't know what to do with myself. Except hope this isn't just one in a row, and enjoy it for now.

Meanwhile, reposting from prev. thread:
Yeah, Young should be okay, I'd assume. From Diamond Leung:
>>Delwyn Young left the game in the eighth inning with cramps in both his calves.<<

He had a really nice game today, too.

2007-08-09 13:20:34
4.   Gen3Blue
A-men to that Jon and all the fishes! We needed that bad and Furc. delivered.
2007-08-09 13:21:29
5.   bhsportsguy
Jeremiah was a bull frog
Was a good friend of mine
I never understood a single word he said
But I helped him a-drink his wine
And he always had some mighty fine wine

First, did Jeremiah make the wine or just have it. I would think you would have help a frog drink his wine anyway.

2007-08-09 13:23:13
6.   Gen3Blue
And it looks like we have three more "young" players who will hit no matter where in Young, Abrue, and Hu. Better times are coming!
2007-08-09 13:23:20
7.   Linkmeister
5 And that frog would sup with a long spoon (or tongue), too.
2007-08-09 13:23:28
8.   Disabled List
From the title, I was expecting a Johnny Drama reference.
2007-08-09 13:23:30
9.   dzzrtRatt
2 uncool in 1975, extremely cool now.
2007-08-09 13:24:01
10.   bhsportsguy
Just think, Jon could have posted this after the second inning.

One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do
Two can be as bad as one
It's the loneliest number since the number one

2007-08-09 13:24:40
11.   Jon Weisman
8 - I looked for a photo, actually.
2007-08-09 13:26:56
12.   Linkmeister
9 Hey, I've got the band's Live from the (somewhere) album; I didn't mean it. I think I've got a Sly and the Family Stone album and a Tower of Power album, too.
2007-08-09 13:27:38
13.   MMSMikey
thank you, god. VICTORY!!!!!!!!!!
2007-08-09 13:28:26
14.   Gen3Blue
You know I like the ladies
I love to have my fun

At this jucture riding and shooting and perhaps flying are involved, but darned if I can remember exactly how.

2007-08-09 13:31:11
15.   Sushirabbit
I might have missed this, but apparentlt Ankiel to start in outfield against the Padres.
2007-08-09 13:32:17
16.   Terry A
14 - You're a straight-shootin' son of a gun, Gen3Blue.
2007-08-09 13:32:30
17.   Sushirabbit
12 - And the Grand Funk Railroad live album, right?
2007-08-09 13:33:01
18.   bhsportsguy
One of those interesting get away day games, St. Louis is only an hour and 20 minute flight away, plus they are a hour behind so the Dodgers can leave at 6:00 EDT and still land, take their bus, check in at the hotel and being eating dinner by 8:30 - 9:00 CDT.
2007-08-09 13:34:19
19.   trainwreck
I feel bad for Scott Proctor's labrum. Does not seem like he will be getting much rest.
2007-08-09 13:35:03
20.   JoeyP
15--Ankiel's hit 32 home runs at AAA, but he'll be getting Chris Young tonight and Brad Penny tomorrow.
2007-08-09 13:38:07
21.   Jacob L
I'm just glad Jon is back to acting like an irrational fan, as opposed to, you know, "putting things in perspective," and talking the rest of us off the ledge.
2007-08-09 13:38:52
22.   jasonungar07
"And here comes Gonzales, 0-3 besides the 2 run homerun, so offically 1-4"

-Rick Monday

2007-08-09 13:38:59
23.   Terry A
Ankiel also posted an unpromising .314 OBP in Memphis, so this story doesn't exactly hold the promise of a happy ending. But in Ankiel's case, I guess just getting back to the bigs could be a happy ending.
2007-08-09 13:42:40
24.   ryu
22 LOL. That's classic.
2007-08-09 13:42:52
25.   Jon Weisman
21 - In general, my agenda has evolved into happiness.
2007-08-09 13:44:37
26.   Daniel Zappala
Do I love it when the Dodgers win? I do, I do, I do, I do, I do.
2007-08-09 13:47:54
27.   Zach the Ripper
Jon should post at least 10 more times immediately, and go for the "Hot from the Toaster" sweep!

Has this ever happened before? I imagine it would be awe-inspiring!

2007-08-09 13:50:42
28.   gibsonhobbs88
I got LAT'd from the last post. Just wanted to say, THANK THE LORD! WE GOT A WIN!
I wondered if Sammy gave up the hit to the first batter because it took him a few pitches to get his bearings straight. "A save situation, what is that? It's been so long, I forgot what it feels like to get a save." :) Jon, that song is dear to my heart and I kind of would always say the start of that "Jeremiah was a bullfrog" as almost like my mantra, sit back with a deep breath and repeat the words. LOL!! Back to work now!!
2007-08-09 13:51:23
29.   Sam DC
27: The list used to be shorter and believe both Jon and Bob have come real close but never held the full sweep. I've never seen anyone else close.

Joel Hanrahan just hit another double. He's got two and a triple in 6 ABs.

2007-08-09 13:52:34
30.   Sushirabbit
Last Year's Hot August Streak actually started in July >

Now if we can just win the next 19 out of 20.

2007-08-09 13:53:25
31.   JoeyP
The Dodgers scored runs today.
The Dodgers won today.
Grady Little apparently permanently moved Pierre to the bottom of the order.

A good day all around.

2007-08-09 13:54:14
32.   Zach the Ripper
He should go for it. What better way to inspire a Dodger winning streak then taking over the baseballtoaster record books?
2007-08-09 13:57:16
33.   ImprobableImpossible
Not exactly in character, but....

2007-08-09 14:01:21
34.   bryanf
This is a change in our fortunes! Woo hoo! Between the weather and the Dodgers losing, this past has made me realize that I am happy to not be living in Kansas City or Pittsburgh.
2007-08-09 14:03:16
35.   philmc78
A Dodger VICTORY haiku:

Runs, I missed thee
You have been gone for so long
Please stay for awhile

2007-08-09 14:06:51
36.   dzzrtRatt
12 Sly & the Family Stone and Tower of Power have never been uncool. Not for 10 seconds.

Maybe Boz Scaggs was uncool for a little while. Not anymore.

2007-08-09 14:08:10
37.   Jon Weisman
Boz was never uncool in our family.
2007-08-09 14:09:51
38.   jasonungar07
31 And Tomko pitched well.
2007-08-09 14:14:52
39.   bhsportsguy
37 He was just dirty
and lowdown
2007-08-09 14:18:41
40.   underdog
Tony Jackson just confirmed that Delwyn Young had heat related cramps and is fine.

I just wanted to give him something to distract from the humidity or carping on the team.

2007-08-09 14:21:36
41.   Linkmeister
17 No, I liked to dance to GFR when a band played their music, but I never cared enough to buy an album of theirs.

What puzzles me a little is that I like most of Springsteen, but I never got around to buying a single album of his till last year (Live at Hammersmith Odeon). I don't own any Bob Seger, either, but I liked his early rock n' roll.

2007-08-09 14:28:02
42.   Wilbert Robinson
Seriously the Dodgers winning today was the best thing to happen to me for a while. There was a freaking tornado in Brooklyn yesterday and my entire house was flooded with 10 inches of water.
2007-08-09 14:40:04
43.   Wilbert Robinson
Kershaw is pitching tonight for the Suns...
2007-08-09 14:41:35
44.   underdog
43 Yep, and listen to it here:
2007-08-09 14:43:51
45.   Wilbert Robinson
Here's a quote from a Q&A with Jon Daniels the Rangers' GM:

From e-mail: What would it have taken to get Clayton Kershaw from the Dodgers? Phillip in Sandpoint, Idaho

Jon Daniels: I don't know, but if you find out please give us a heads up.

2007-08-09 14:44:57
46.   Marty
The Dugout take on Wells getting released was particularly inspired.

You're done. I'll get you on the next three tickets out of town.

2007-08-09 14:45:02
47.   Curtis Lowe
Will Colletti be there since he was there yesterday for Mr. MacDonald?
2007-08-09 14:46:06
48.   Humma Kavula
That's a funny quote from Daniels.

Nobody blames Daniels for trying to get Kershaw. That's his job. Ya don't ask, ya don't get.

People blamed Evan Grant for suggesting that it would have been a good idea for the Dodgers to trade Kershaw, which
1) is idiocy and
2) wasn't gonna happen anyway

2007-08-09 14:52:51
49.   underdog
Does anyone know how to get sound working on a Windows machine without having to reinstall the system? It's some weird bug with my sound card software but I don't think the sound card is actually broken. Any ideas?

This is why I use a Mac at home. If something breaks, I know how to fix it.

2007-08-09 14:53:22
50.   underdog
(And no, I didn't accidentally mute the volume. )
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2007-08-09 14:54:43
51.   Curtis Lowe
Try downloading the latest drivers.
2007-08-09 14:56:11
52.   Icaros

Sounds like you need a visit from The Shimminator.

2007-08-09 14:56:15
53.   fanerman
Are the sound card drivers installed properly? Does Windows detect the sound card? (if you go to Control Panel -> sounds and audio devices -> audio tab, you should see Windows using the sound card for various things (sound playback, sound recording).
2007-08-09 14:56:46
54.   fanerman
Double parentheses, and I forgot to close one pair. Oy.
2007-08-09 15:06:43
55.   Marty
Is mute off?
2007-08-09 15:09:36
56.   gpellamjr
22 Pff... I quoted that in the last thread.
2007-08-09 15:13:43
57.   underdog
55 {{whap!}}

53 Yah, did that, thanks. It says "no audio device" so my guess is I need to reinstall a driver, as 51 suggests? But it does say I have "legacy audio drivers" under hardware.

Man, I hate Windows. Can I download without bothering our systems admin guy who is gone this week anyway?

2007-08-09 15:15:21
58.   WillieD
49 Does anyone know how to get sound working on a Windows machine without having to reinstall the system? It's some weird bug with my sound card software but I don't think the sound card is actually broken. Any ideas?

Yes. I had this problem recently, when I had to restore back to an earlier version of my XP Windows. The restore worked great. However, the sound stopped! I went nuts for a while, and tried various things. Then, saw this tip, which worked like a charm....

Go in to your control panel, and go to hardware install/uninstall. You want to "uninstall" your sound card. Even though it's not working, you still need to do that. Then, you probably want to restart your PC. Then, "Install" your new (old) soundcard.
Worked for me.

2007-08-09 15:15:48
59.   Kevin Lewis
I would also check to make sure the sound card that came with the motherboard is not the active one in your BIOS
2007-08-09 15:15:54
60.   fanerman
If you can download and install programs, sure I suppose. Do you know what sound card you have?
2007-08-09 15:16:40
61.   underdog
58 Thanks Willie, I bet that's the ticket. But I probably need the original disc for it, huh? I have to wait 'til our guy gets back for that, alas.
2007-08-09 15:18:08
62.   WillieD
57 Just noted you want to do this on your work PC. Don't know if you will have the proper access to do what I suggested. They don't let us do much on the work PCs ourselves. I was referring to a recent experience with my home PC.

Happy day! Sun is shining, and you can guess why I'm smiling.

2007-08-09 15:20:15
63.   WillieD
61 Underdog, I didn't need any disc at all. The software is likely in your PC, and it's a very easy process. After the uninstall, it foolishly thinks you have a new soundcard to install, and gladly installs it for you. At least, it did for me.
2007-08-09 15:26:17
64.   NorCal-Dodger
Almost forgot how a win felt! I mistaken today's game for a night game...went to look and much to my surpirse we won in the 11th! It'll be a climb now to overcome 3 teams in our division. We've proven we can go on a losing/scoreless streak, now, let's see if we can go on a 8-10 game winning streak.
2007-08-09 15:29:30
65.   Humma Kavula

I take it back. Besides, my whole post is garbage. Ker-who? Never hoid of 'im.

2007-08-09 15:40:36
66.   Bluebleeder87
It's always nice coming home flipping on my computer & finding out the Dodgers won on a Furcal 11th inning home run, I cought some of the game but not all, anyways it's just nice to win a game in this fashion. Hopefully the momentum will continue on in St. Louis.
2007-08-09 15:45:08
67.   Underbruin
Just curious, might we be regretting the DFA of young Joel Hanrahan? In limited work so far for Washington...

16.1 IP, 12 K, 3.27 ERA, 1.27 WHIP (obviously small sample size warnings apply)

Hanrahan was kind of the forgotten player lost in the Tiffany/Jackson for Baez/Carter trade (Tiffany wasn't on the 40-man so the Dodgers had to drop somebody to make space on the roster), and it's quite possible that he could end up being the most valuable player involved in that deal before all is said and done.

2007-08-09 15:48:44
68.   Bob Timmermann
I think we need a song to get us all ready for the upcoming series:

When Louis came home to the flat,
He hung up his coat and his hat,
He gazed all around, but no wifey he found,
So he said "where can Flossie be at?"
A note on the table he spied,
He read it just once, then he cried.
It ran, "Louis dear, it's too slow for for me hear,
So I think I will go for a ride."

"Meet me in St. Louis, Louis,
Meet me at the fair,
Don't tell me the lights are shining
any place but there;
We will dance the Hoochee Koochee,
I will be your tootsie wootsie,
If you will meet in St. Louis, Louis,
Meet me at the fair."

Verse two
The dresses that hung in the hall,
Were gone, she had taken them all;
She took all his rings and the rest of his things;
The picture he missed from the wall.
"What! moving!" the janitor said,
"Your rent is paid three months ahead."
"What good is the flat?" said poor Louis, "Read that."
And the janitor smiled as he read.

"Meet me in St. Louis, Louis,
Meet me at the fair,
Don't tell me the lights are shining
any place but there;
We will dance the Hoochee Koochee,
I will be your tootsie wootsie,
If you will meet in St. Louis, Louis,
Meet me at the fair."

It's on my iPod!

2007-08-09 15:55:51
69.   worz
The guys on the Giants post-game show just announced that the Giants have traded Mark Sweeny to the Dodgers for a PTBNL. Is this real?
2007-08-09 15:57:21
70.   bhsportsguy
67 Actually, Joel Hanrahan was a minor league free agent after the 2006 season, he was still in the Dodger system through last year, pitching both for Jacksonville and Las Vegas.

Washington signed him to a one-year contract in November.

2007-08-09 15:57:50
71.   bhsportsguy
69 So long Tomato?
2007-08-09 15:58:24
72.   regfairfield
69 The usual people aren't saying anything. If it's true, eh.
2007-08-09 16:03:14
73.   bhsportsguy
Just to calm folks down:
Re the infamous "Player to be named later:"

There are two restrictions at work here. First, the transaction must be completed within six months. And second, the player named later can't have played in the same league as the team he's being traded to. That's why the player named later is almost always a minor leaguer.

So its usually not even a player on the 40 man roster.

I would say someone like Cory Dunlap, who is about to reach that must be put on the 40 man roster stage (if you think he needs to be protected).

2007-08-09 16:05:56
74.   Curtis Lowe
What can Sweeney do?
2007-08-09 16:07:58
75.   Eric Enders
And Kershaw strikes out the first batter of his AA career.
2007-08-09 16:08:53
76.   regfairfield
74 Around an .800 OPS against righties that can't face lefties under any circumstance.

Basically, a professional pinch hitter.

2007-08-09 16:11:28
77.   Curtis Lowe
76 - So he's the opposite of Saenz?
2007-08-09 16:12:02
78.   Curtis Lowe
Minotaur updates are appreciated for those of us with out audio equipment.
2007-08-09 16:12:07
79.   blue22
I had a feeling Ned might hit up the Giants for an August acquisition of a lefty-swinger. Thankfully it wasn't Ryan Klesko.

And, yes, this may signal the end of the Tomato.

2007-08-09 16:13:52
80.   Jon Weisman
Getting Sweeney would not mean the end of Saenz. It's like getting back Marlon Anderson or replacing Betemit.

With three weeks until Sept. 1, I doubt the Dodgers sever ties with Saenz.

2007-08-09 16:13:52
81.   regfairfield
77 Not quite as good against right as Saenz is against left, but yeah.
2007-08-09 16:14:04
82.   natepurcell
kershaw has no idea where the ball is going after he releases it.
2007-08-09 16:14:20
83.   Humma Kavula
With back-to-back walks, the Minotaur loads the bases with two out in the first.
2007-08-09 16:14:47
84.   Eric Enders
The Minotaur is discovering that AA hitters are a little more selective. Bases loaded now in the first after a strikeout, a hit, and two walks.
2007-08-09 16:14:59
85.   bhsportsguy
The Dodgers only have 39 players on the 40 man roster so they won't have to cut someone to add Sweeney or anyone else to that roster.

Also, the Dodgers have not put anyone on the 60-Day DL so they have that option too.

2007-08-09 16:15:02
86.   Jon Weisman
Live box for Kershaw. I think they update every half-inning.
2007-08-09 16:15:52
87.   Eric Enders
80 Well, it would mean the end of somebody. Who is a more likely candidate than Saenz?
2007-08-09 16:16:25
88.   blue22
85 - Who goes off the 25-man roster then? Ramon Martinez? Any surplus pitchers up right now?

Please, please, please not Matt Kemp.

2007-08-09 16:17:30
89.   bhsportsguy
80 Maybe not but who would go off the 25-man roster, maybe Roberto Hernandez?

Nice comeback by

That was not an error.

2007-08-09 16:17:31
90.   natepurcell
2-2 curveball, swing and miss strike 3, end of inning.
2007-08-09 16:17:40
91.   Daniel Zappala
Sweeney's OPS over the last 7 days is 1.125. We needed someone hot.
2007-08-09 16:18:17
92.   Jon Weisman
2007-08-09 16:18:39
93.   Eric Enders
88 Under no circumstances will it be Martinez. Even Billy Beane wouldn't construct a roster without a single backup infielder.
2007-08-09 16:18:43
94.   Jon Weisman
87 - Young could go back to AAA.
2007-08-09 16:20:10
95.   Curtis Lowe
Thanks Jon.

I'm hoping Roberto goes away.

2007-08-09 16:20:54
96.   bhsportsguy

Perhaps with Proctor showing that he can pitch on consectutive days and go multiple innings, they may try to go for only 11 pitchers for the next 3 weeks.

2007-08-09 16:21:37
97.   regfairfield
87 I'd guess Delwyn.
2007-08-09 16:21:39
98.   silverwidow
I would send Houlton away.
2007-08-09 16:22:48
99.   bhsportsguy
94 I don't know, if he is healthy I think Grady might like to start a couple of RH outfielders now and then, plus I still think he has the inside track as the 4th OF/pinch hitter next year.

I do think that it might be a pitcher but a lot depends on Lowe's health.

2007-08-09 16:23:09
100.   Jon Weisman
"Juan Pierre, who met with Grady Little after the previous night's game, worried that hitting lower in the order would prevent him from bunting and stealing bases as often as he might like."

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2007-08-09 16:23:19
101.   blue22
93 - True.

94 - Yeah, Delwyn makes the most sense, since Sweeney replaces his role. But with the team struggling at hitting the ball, you hate to drop a hot player.

2007-08-09 16:23:50
102.   fanerman
Quick question, why is Kershaw's nickname The Minotaur?
2007-08-09 16:23:51
103.   Eric Enders
94 That reminds me. You know, with all the gloom and doom this week, the light at the end of the tunnel is the fact that the Dodgers will almost certainly get a bigger boost from September callups than any other team in MLB. No other team will be able to call up a group of players like LaRoche, Abreu, Hu, Meloan, and possibly McDonald and Delwyn. We will have a far stronger team three weeks from now than we currently do.
2007-08-09 16:24:05
104.   bhsportsguy
100 You just want to make this thread go over 200 in the next half hour don't you.
2007-08-09 16:24:26
105.   Jon Weisman
99 - Next year has nothing to do with the decision.
2007-08-09 16:25:12
106.   silverwidow
102-Because he only exists in our imagination.
2007-08-09 16:25:37
107.   Jon Weisman
104 - I know why you would say that, but I don't know why it feels like that would happen. It's not like there's a lot to add to that statement.
2007-08-09 16:26:54
108.   bhsportsguy
103 3 of them for sure (if healthy), but the other three would have to be added to the 40 man roster. Hu and McDonald have to go on anyway so its probably not a big deal (you could put Schmidt, Repko, and Brazoban on the 60 day DL and make room on the roster), and Meloan was also in line to make the club next year too.
2007-08-09 16:28:55
109.   bhsportsguy
I could have sworn that I read somewhere if you call someone up on the 40 man roster in September, it does not count as a use of an option year? Am I just making that up?
2007-08-09 16:29:25
110.   Wilbert Robinson
Dewitt sounds like he's all over the place this inning. Diving stop for the first out. Dove for and caught a bunt for the 2nd. E6 though runner on first.
2007-08-09 16:30:10
111.   Curtis Lowe
In the latest Dodgers Notes Pierre comes across as a reasonable guy, hey says he's dissapointed but understands the decision which is a pretty stand up reaction.

Now if only he could realize his bunt attempts are not only annoying but are also better left not attempted.

2007-08-09 16:31:43
112.   Wilbert Robinson
Todd Rundgren's son just stole second. No joke.
2007-08-09 16:32:39
113.   Dark Horse
111-They are extremely annoying. Yet if he's incapable of taking a walk and can't hit the ball out of the infield anyway, his options are limited, no?
2007-08-09 16:34:30
114.   Eric Enders
112 Clearly, we needed to bring in Casey Hoorelbeke to face him.
2007-08-09 16:35:23
115.   Wilbert Robinson
Rex Rundgren has a brother named Rebop. He doesn't play baseball though. Another K for Kershaw.
2007-08-09 16:36:18
116.   Bob Timmermann
I did not see it in earlier comments, and I apologize if I miss it, but Rick Ankiel is taking Scott Spiezio's spot on the roster. Spiezio is going into rehab.

So Taguchi will be playing the infield more now.

2007-08-09 16:37:22
117.   underdog
103 Totally true. I only wish we could call them up now. {he says, impatiently.}

Belated thanks for the sound card help, btw, Willie and all. It's a great plan - except the soundcard doesn't even show up on the list of programs to uninstall. (the closest thing I see is IntelPro Network Drivers and Adapters.) So I guess I'm - as Bender the robot would say - boned. But thanks!

Glad to get some Kershaw updates online, anyway.

Still trying to get confirmation of the Sweeney trade. He's a great PH and has been hot, so this seems like a solid move to strengthen the options on the bench. I'd hope Young could stick around, too, though.

2007-08-09 16:37:37
118.   Eric Enders
Do you mean rehab Lohan-style, or Brazoban-style?
2007-08-09 16:40:00
119.   Bob Timmermann
The former.
2007-08-09 16:40:12
120.   natepurcell
Diamond is reporting the trade on his blog.
2007-08-09 16:40:38
121.   natepurcell
The Dodgers have made their first trade with the Giants in 22 years, acquiring pinch-hitting specialist Mark Sweeney for a player to be named later or cash considerations
2007-08-09 16:40:39
122.   Jon Weisman
Yep, it's official. New post up top.
2007-08-09 16:44:33
123.   underdog
2007-08-09 16:59:38
124.   Johnson
116 Although it's an obvious one, I'm not sure I've ever seen anybody use a word as a noun and a conjunction simultaneously. Bravo, Bob.

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