Sunday, November 27, 2011

Pujols in Blue?

I know this is a pipe dream, but what the heck. A man can dream, right?

Beckett has been kind enough to follow up on a post from last year featuring Baseball cards imagining Derek Jeter wearing other teams uniforms with cards focused on Albert Pujols. Check out their post with all of these pics, here.

Below is King Albert in Blue. I think it suits him, wouldn't you say?

Sunday Dodgers Videos

For your lazy Sunday viewing pleasure, here are some Sunday Dodgers videos.

Are you yearning for some Spring Baseball? Well, here's a video to wet your appetite. Clayton Kershaw is seen in a fielding drill- taking comebackers from a batter.

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And are you ready to head to the ballpark? To get you prepared listen Tommy Lasorda discuss the Code of Conduct.

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Now, Tommy provides a fan some marriage advice.

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James Loney has some fun with Tatoo & CeCe at KDAY 93.5 in LA. I don't know is I would consider this safe for work. Video was first featured by Roberto at Vin Scully is My Homeboy.

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Collection: Jason Frasor 2004 Absolute Auto

Yes, Jason Frasor use to be Dodger property. He was originally drafted by the Tigers, but was sent to us as a 'Player to be Named Later' in a deal that sent Hiram Bocachica to Detroit. As he excelled under the tutelage of the Dodgers farm system, Jason was traded straight up to Toronto for Jason Werth. There, he became a regular middle reliever for a number of years with a few stints as a closer when needed. Jason Werth, on the other hand, never accomplished much with the Dodgers, but proved to be a good pick-up after he left Los Angeles and starred in Philadelphia. Bocachica, on the other hand, never produced the kind of power seen in Albuquerque.

Here is a 2004 Donruss Playoff Absolute Playoff autographed card of Jason Frasor in my collection.