I went to the Little League game at San Bernardino. I saw Oregon beat the Idaho team. It was extremely hot but at one point there was a whirlwind that originated at first base.
I enjoyed watching the kids and the crowd. The kids put a lot of heart and enthusiasm into the game and the crowd are very supportive of their team no matter what the score is.
The plan was to watch the game and then head home to watch the Dodger game. I did not know there was a second game. Dodgers lost 7-3 . We should have stayed to watch Petaluma & Hawaii but we watched part of the game on ESPN.
Funny thing happened on the way home. We were caught in a rain & lighting storm by some mountains there. By the time I passed the storm I noticed a sign saying how many miles to Barstow. I said “WAIT A MINUTE! WE ARE APPROACHING VICTORVILLE” I needed gas so I got off the freeway, got gas and took the I-15 the right way this time. I travelled at least 50 miles extra.
Did I mention before that I do Pilates at work three days a week? We have an instructor come to work 3 days a week during lunch time. Today after the session, I headed to the bathroom closest to the exercise room. The two stalls were already taken so I changed close to one of the sinks. I put the clothes I was going to wear close to the sink when OOPS! MY CLOTHES DROPPED INTO THE SINK AND THERE GOES THE AUTOMATIC FAUCET! Too late, got my clothes wet! I had to put my top like that as I was not going to wear my exercise top back to work.
Dodgers at PNC for four games
Dodgers at PNC for four games. Dodgers and Pirates are coming off wins. Capuano had a great game yesterday against the Marlins where he took a no-hitter into the 7th. Cappy got his 11th win on a 5-0 shutout. Pirates scored 9 runs in the 4th off the Padres on four walks one error and six hits that included a grand slam.
The cuban Yasiel Puig is now close to Los Angeles! He has been promoted to Rancho Cucamonga. I see myself going to Rancho soon.
Jerry Hairston Jr. has been put on the DL and Herrera has been called back. Good luck Jerry and welcome back Herrera.