Tag Archives: Matt Carpenter

Max Muncy laughs at the MLB draft

Most of the baseball world will be looking at their new draft picks and salivating about things to come, and certainly, the Dodgers have done well enough in the draft to brag about the likes of 2016 ROY Corey Seager, 2017 ROY Cody Bellinger, and newest Dodger rookie sensation Walker Buehler. They were picked number …

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Petty grievances

I once heard/read that only petty people have petty grievances. Petty be me I find it amusing the things that somewhat intelligent people get their knickers in a twist about until I remember how twisted my knickers are. I almost never forgave Sandy Koufax when I was seven when my brother told me Koufax loved …

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Joey Votto – best player on a bad team in the NL?

Joey Votto has been one of the best hitters in baseball for almost a decade but in those ten years, his team has had limited success. ¬†Only three times have they won at least 81 games and most of the time are out of the pennant race by August 19th, just as they are this …

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NLDS – All Matt all the time

I don’t want to focus on the Dodgers being down two games to one as they approach an elimination game today. Instead I’m fascinated about how the Matt’s have dominated this series. Game One: With two out in the 6th inning, Clayton Kershaw had given up one hit, a home run. Matt Carpenter hit what …

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