Sunday, December 27, 2009

Do it Frank!

After watching the replays of the Brooklyn Dodgers vs Yankees world series games yesterday. I think it's long past due to give Gil the honor and respect he deserves.
Since the HOF is deadlocked in a pissing contest.  The Dodgers can give something to their fans that they have wanted for a long time. I can bet there is not a single living Brooklyn, early LA player or fan that would not agree with this. Bring in Gil's wife, along with all his living teammates and deceased  players wives to share in this event.  This travesty has gone on long enough.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Frank does some late night landscaping

Frank McCourt was spotted in the stadium parking lot behind the Think Blue sign late last night. When asked what he was doing. Mccourt replied. He was just digging up some fresh dirt for the pitchers mound. "I'm looking at cutting costs for the 2010 season" Officer Gutierrez then asked how the situation was going with his wife. Mccourt answered that he and Jamie and decided to bury the hatchet. "I'm putting it all behind me. It's buried as far as I'm concerned. Jamie got what she had coming to her, and decided to take a long trip over seas with her driver. Time to move on."

Beast Mode to the White Sox

Jamie's X-mas cards

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Jeff Fuller Dodgers Ambassador

Fuller posing as the Dodgers Ambassador over in Taiwan. He is more likely to drive one, than to be one. LA Times story  Just when you thought the off season couldn't get any stranger.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Sorry just had to do it.

Mo Money

Dodgers just say no to all FA players. Why? Because Frank knows people will still come. Time to send a message to these idiots. Maybe a little protest in front of the stadium might get their attention.

The theme for 2010 should be.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009


It's done. Will post the finished pic later today.

As soon as I can figure out how to scale it all down without losing resolution. I managed to create every sign from the left field foul pole to the right field bleachers. Though the the colors and some fonts might be off just a little. (It's hard working from the few color pics of Ebbets field available) The signs may not all be correct years wise, since most of the pics I worked from were not dated. The ones I did choose seemed to be in most of the photos.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Taking a few days off

I'm going to do something that I have been wanting to do for a long time. I'm going to try and recreate all the wall advertising around Ebbets field and the scoreboard. I have a pretty good collection of pics for this project, but if you have any that you think might be unique. Feel free to contact me with what you have. The hardest part is chasing down all the fonts that will be needed. Anyway, be back in a few unless Frank or Jamie do something stupid.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Come on down!


It was 2001, Frank McCourt had just pitched a roomful of businesspeople on his bold dream to buy the Red Sox and turn 24 acres of pavement he owned on the South Boston Waterfront into a state-of-the-art ballpark. Sensing some resistance to the idea, the silver-haired landowner agreed to sweeten the deal, and was about to offer an enticement when his wife, a blond, slender-framed woman with sharp features, cut him off.
“Shut up, Frank,’’ said Jamie McCourt.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Couldn't help but notice

One of the people you fired was your graphics manager. Call me Frank. I'll hook you up.

More shots fired today

Frank shit cans a slew of Jamie's allies today. As the battle moved from the court to the stadium offices.