A free grilled Dodger Dog, hanging out with friends at Dodger Stadium and a Dodger WIN! What could be better!
Dodgers won the opener with the Pirates 6-2!
Magic number is now 14. I always think of a Dodger player when I look at number so here is one of my favorite Dodgers back when:
Today is Blanket night! This is what it looks like
Today is Honduras Independence Day! Some of you might know that I was born in Hondura.s
Today is also Nicaragua Independence Day! Happy Independence to Nicaraguan Vicente Padilla.
Tomorrow is Mexico Indepedence Day! It is also a day game at Dodger Stadium with Manny’s bbh.
Happy Independence to Mexico and to all my Mexican friends and friends that have Mexican heritage.
Happy Independence to Fernando Valenzuela, Pepe Yniquez, Juan Castro and also to Andre Ethier because of his Mexican heritage.
I’ll leave you with this video from Andre Ethier’s Carne Asada day. It has Mexican music and Andre says a few things about his Mexican heritage.
Oh My! there so many cool videos there. Andre! You got me hungry with the one at L.A. Live! That macaroni with trufles and three kind of cheeses sounds outstanding.
Super exited about the 2010 MLB schedule! Dodgers get the Yankees at Dodger Stadium and they get to go to Fenway Park. This is how the interleague schedule looks like
3 vs DET: May 21-23
3 in ANA: June 11-13
3 vs. ANA: June 22-24
3 in BOS: June 18-20
3 vs. NYA: June 25-27
I smelled a road trip to Fenway! I need work to send to New Hampshire during that week in June and then I can stay in Boston for the Dodger series!
My name is Emma. I was born in Honduras and came to the LA when I was 13. No one in my family followed baseball so my first boyfriend introduced me to the game when I was 20 (long time ago) . He took me to my first game and I remember that he would listen to Vin Scully on the radio. I did not pay much attention as I would argue with him that Football was better than baseball. He would explain baseball to me and I would explain Football. I was a big Ram Fan then. He was born in Maine so his baseball team was the Red Sox but he was also a fan of the Dodgers.
After we went our separate ways, I started attending some games with a very nice older Jewish lady from Brooklyn that used to talk about Sandy Koufax. I started getting into the game more and more.
The last games of 1980 had left me elated and devastated when The Dodgers pushed for an extra playoff game with the Astros. that was an incredible last 3 games of the season in 1980 where one game would have eliminated the Dodgers but they kept fighting back. I remember Bud Furillo playing “Another one Bites the Dust” on Dodger Talk.
Dodgers won in incredible fashion Friday, Saturday and Sunday. After it was official that the Dodgers had won Sunday’s game, I got in line to buy a ticket for the extra playoff game on Monday.
I remember I made sure to show up at working very early that Monday. I walked into my boss’s office to tell him I was only working half a day. His response was “I am surprise you are even here.”
Monday’s game was such a letdown with a lot of second guessing Lasorda. He should have used Fernando in that game! I sat in my car for quite a while all depressed. When I went home I did not want anyone talking to me.
But that November in 1980, I decided to purchase a season ticket. I remember they took me to see a Loge seat (aisle 103 N 3) and that became my seat for 1981 and 1982.
What a year 1981 was with the start of Fernandomaniaand culminating with the Dodgers beating the Yankees in the World Series!!
I had the season ticket for one more year and afterwards I still attended games but not so much as I wanted to go back to school. I started attending less and less games until I would only watch some on TV or just playoffs. Things like free agency, strikes started turning me off. I have a gap of many years that I’ve been catching up. Back in 2000 this guy from work had 3 extra tickets to a game and he invited me along with two other women from work, then someone else invited me to another game and before long my addiction, my love for the Dodgers & baseball was back in full force 🙂