Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Dodgers Blue Heaven's Top Post of 2012

With 2012 now in the books, I thought it would be fun to highlight the Top 10 post on this blog.  On a side note, I hope you've enjoyed visited as much as I've enjoyed writing this blog. So, here it goes- from the top post on down:
I found it strange that this was the top post of 2012.  I think it has something to do with the American flag that's posted up (thereby getting significant hits from google, as a result), or a short snippet from the movie Sandlot.
This post was nothing more than gratuitous.  It features an attractive lady who just happens to be wearing a Dodger cap while taking some batting practice.  I find it funny that the top two post of the year have to do with patriotism and a scantily clad lady.
This was a Spring Training signing event.  If you know of anything planned for this Spring in Arizona please pass that information along.
Here was another event listing - this time of the Stanley Cup.
This was a very brief post that was more of an exultation after having to go through a 7 game losing streak in late June.
If there is one thing I'll remember most about 2012 it is the Stanley Cup Championship run by the Kings.  Wow!
Vin Scully proves once again that everything sounds sweeter when he explains it.
Office hijinks at its best.
Who wouldn't want to see our staff ace pitching some prep Baseball?
You just can't beat early-20th century Baseball memorabilia,

Honorable Mentions:

There were also plenty of post that didn't reach the Top 10, but I thoroughly enjoyed writing.  See some of those below.
Sean Kane's artistic work ranks as one of the best I had seen all year.
Any time I can stick it to the Giants, I will.
As an avid collector, I had waited all year to write this.  Check out my 10 favorite Dodgers cards of 2012.
The 2012 Olympics was a special time for the Dodgers, and witnessing the love and support the team and husband, Matt Treanor, provided was awesome.
Although this post was actually written in 2011, it easily outpaced any other post I wrote in 2012. It garnered over 50,000 hits - which is huge for this little blog.  The reason for this is obvious.  Misty May was a star performer in the Olympics in 2012, and well... this post can be deemed a little risque. 
Again, thank you for visiting this blog over the past year, and I hope you come back and visit in 2013. 

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