Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Last post for this blog

The LFP has moved on over to a world Press blog. This will allow you to see the pics without any type of blur and in their original size. I also took down the main LFP site. So if you go to that site it will redirect you to the new one. I hope to have the links and everything else moved over in a day or two. I hope you enjoy the new site and all the features from the old main site in one place.

                                                         Here is the link to the new site.

Thank you for your support and I hope the site continues to grow even more next season.

Matt begins offseason workout in London.


Friday, October 1, 2010

Just remember

Frank in the bot of the 9th

Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt watches from his field level owners' box as the Los Angeles Dodgers play the Arizona Diamondbacks during the bottom of the ninth inning of their baseball game, Friday, Oct. 1, 2010, in Los Angeles. The Diamondbacks won 7-5.

Yeah Frank that's the same look on my face, when they said due up in the bottom of the 9th is HU, Theriot and Johnson

Ely get's bit

The LFP blog will be moving

I will be switching over to a world Press blog format and will be removing the main LFP site. The new blog will have all the features from the main site available on the same page with the blog. There is still a lot of work to do, so it will be a week or so till it takes over as the LFP.com. In .he mean time here's a preview. All the links are working so feel free to click on them.


Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Thank you

I want to thank everyone who has come here over the last year for helping this site grow. Hopefully we can grow the site even more next season.

Matt promises to pay back the fans.

"I've got to pay the fans back, man," Kemp said. "They deserve it. They've been mad at me all season. I've got to do something for them, something special. We all do.    Read it here

Weaver works his magic

Once again Jeff comes in to clean up the mess left behind by the bull pen. One pitch and inning over.

Stick it Troy

End of the road

Sunday, September 26, 2010


Later Preston

Guess that will teach you to Tweet about your dad getting a promotion before the Spin Dr's get a chance to make the announcement public.. With your .194 BA. at IE. I can see you've been listening to your father.
What a waste of a #1 Draft pick

I feel for Billingsley

Poor Chad pitches a masterpiece only to have Joe Torre shit on it by bringing in his confidence building projects.

Get well soon John

Thanks for letting us share your dream.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Haven't we seen this all before?

It didn't work then and it's not going to work now.

My take on the events of yesterday

Why all of a sudden did Joe feel the need to make announcement? As I watched the proceedings yesterday. One thing kept running through my mind. Why now? He can't wait till the end of the season or till the team was eliminated like he said? Several things about this stink to me. No matter what you say about Torre's in game management. The man above all has class. I do not think the events scheduled yesterday were very well thought out. It looked rushed. Everyone in the room looked scared and was trying to say the right thing. It was not the way I figured Joe would go out. What happened in that room looked like it was thrown together at the last minute. With no planning or class what so ever for a guy deserving of way more than what he received.

I'm not Oliver Stone, but I am a very good judge of people and body language. I believe the only reason for that dog and pony show was not to say Joe is leaving and Wallach just got screwed like Mike Scioscia. But to knock the bomb that O'Malley set off out of the news the day before asap. Say what you want. It was a huge story on all the newscasts in LA but was quickly brushed aside for the Torre stepping down story.

Frank can deny and claim people support him.  Times put up a poll on their site and it shows otherwise.

Those are not the numbers the Spin Dr's are looking for. I'm sure the numbers go much higher than that small sample and will continue to grow higher the longer the McCourts drag this team through the mud.

Frank is right he don't have to sell the team. no one can force him. He is also wrong in assuming that the team will draw the numbers it has in the past. The fans do have a say and can express their displeasure by not attending games or buying season tickets. When FOX owned the team. They could absorb the losses. Frank can't and he knows it. His lawyers now it, and so does Bud Selig,  So remember to just say NO the next time a ticket rep calls wanting you to support his greed. If the fans stick together we can force a change what ever the Judges decision.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Dodger Talk

I find it funny that after last nights loss to the Giants. Not ONE caller said a word about the O'Malley statement. I have not listened to the show since they got rid of Bob Harvey. Who was outstanding by the way. No matter how hard the PR machine tries to down play all the dysfunction of the organization. The truth will always come out. Maybe, just maybe if they were truthful from the start. They would not have the backlash that is growing day by day.

Donnie gets the keys.

St Peter at the gates of Heaven.

Bill does manage to find a nut now and then.