Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Current and Former Dodgers Mouth off on Twitter

With all of the hoopla that naturally comes from a come-from-behind victory during the playoffs, it's only natural that Dodgers brethren, both current and old, would express their joy for all to hear.  Thankfully, twitter provides an avenue for us to hear their screams.  Below is a collection of some of the best yells.

From Alex "the best at-bat in Dodger history" Cora:

I was thinking the same thing.  It would have been hilarious if the Dodgers pulled out a little plastic kiddie pool to play in.

Luis Cruz will always be a Dodger to me.

Thanks, Blake!

Now we hear from some current Boys in Blue.

WooHoo!  Thank you Mr. Cy Young.

Is this the cutest couple in Baseball?

I wish I could get a piggy-back ride!

You were fantastic tonight, Carl!

And Punto's wife had a wild time yesterday.

AJ Ellis cracks me up!

Unfortunately, Steve Garvey had his own automotive issues last night.

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Blog Kiosk: 10/8/2013 - Dodgers Links - Kasten, Scully and a Dodgers Celebration

Victory!  8 more wins to go!  Pic above above Clayton Kershaw via @Dodgers twitter.  Check out more pics from last night from Jon SooHoo, here.  How great would it have been if the Dodgers brought out a mini plastic swimming pool to bask in last night?
MLB.com: And now you are president of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Kasten: It all seems so unbelievable. … Once I saw the possibility of the situation with the Dodgers, I decided I was not going to get involved in anything else until I saw the [purchase effort] through. People would ask me, 'Why?' Simple. It was my dream gig. It's the Dodgers. I mean, the Dodgers. To me that explained it all. I was reading an article one day and it said, 'Dodgers President Stan Kasten.' I told my wife, read this. She started to read it and asked, 'How much do I have to read?' I told her, 'Just the first four words.'
From now until October 13 you can get various celebrities to record your outgoing voicemail message for $299 and all the money goes to the Autism Speaks charity.
"You don't ever want to come out of a game. You don't ever want to not pitch," said Kershaw. "Ultimately it's not my decision, but I'm never going to say I'm not ready. That's just not what you do."
  • Don't worry.  Matt Kemp didn't do anything last night to hurt his ankle.  gif below via Dodgers on tumblr.

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