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Category — Arte Moreno

World Series: What Are The Odds?


    According to, it’s even money on the Royals and Mets capturing the World Series. If we were betting, we’d take KC. That’s the ticket. Royals in 6.
    Besides, we’re rooting for our boy “Volky” (Edinson Volquez, pictured above), who we developed an excellent relationship with during his stint with the Padres.

October 26, 2015   No Comments

About Last Night

Mets-Dodgers Game 5 NLDS 10-15-15

    Game 5. NLDS. Dodger Stadium from our vantage point. Mets 3, Dodgers 2 F.

October 17, 2015   No Comments

What Are The Odds?

Los Angeles Dodgers during game against the San Francisco Giants Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles,California.   Photo by Jon SooHoo/ ©Los Angeles Dodgers,LLC 2014

    Kershaw with the Martinellis? We get it now. #Soft
    Frontrunners to win the World Series: Blue Jays 4-1; Royals 9-2; Mets 11-2 (careful Dodgers’ fans); and the Dodgers and Cards at 6-1. The Angels are 30-1. Good luck with that.
    This could change real quick, no?
    Image Courtesy of Jon SooHoo/Los Angeles Dodgers

September 30, 2015   No Comments

Yogi Berra: 1925-2015


    The legendary former player and manager, who led both the New York Yankees and Mets to the World Series, died Tuesday. He was 90.
    N.Y. Times

September 23, 2015   No Comments

Dee Day



The former Dodgers second baseman returned with the Miami Marlins, who were handed a crushing fate by Scott Van Slyke (yep, the bearded lad on the left and son of Andy Van Slyke), who delivered a walk-off homer Monday night.
The Sports Xchange

May 12, 2015   No Comments

Cover It Up


May 1, 2015   No Comments

What If They Played And No 1 Came?


    Actually (and sadly), that’s going to happen today at Camden Yards.

April 29, 2015   No Comments

Signs Of The Times



April 28, 2015   No Comments

White Caps

April 23, 2015   No Comments


Rachel Robinson-Magic Johnson-Rob Manfred 4-15-15

    Humbled to be in the house. Still, couldn’t help thinking how pissed Magic Johnson would have been if someone asked “Hey, how’s that TV deal going?”
    For those who don’t live in L.A., the Dodger games are not broadcast to 70 percent of area residents. Like a lot of people, we’re in that 70 percent. The difference, though, is we work the many of the home games.
    It’s a power struggle between Time Warner and the majority of cable operators, DirectTV, which we have been a long-time subscriber, among them. We side with the cable operators because anyone with a brain knows Time Warner is full of shit.

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April 16, 2015   No Comments