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View Poll Results: How would you feel if you were a Dodgers fan?

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  • Excited about the addition of so much talent to the team and increasing chances for a World Series

    83 65.35%
  • Nervous about future problems from spending so much money

    44 34.65%
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  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban View Post
    that's because SF isn't a big deal, Oak town and San JosYAY are, but not SF everyone know's that.
    Right. The Warriors are moving to SF because the market is so much better in Oaktown. Try again. San Jose is a very big deal, but SF is significantly more symbolic, historic, and appealing to multiple demographics.

    It really isn't something to quarrel over anyway. Why can't there just be love?


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    If they don't get to the NLCS they are pathetic.

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    I'd feel excited obviously for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade>Kobe View Post
    You all stand no chance against the Dodgers. Goodbye, SF.
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    Getting Kershaw locked up is more nerve racking than anything else.

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    I'd be excited, but you have to think there are much better things to spend half a billion dollars on than Beckett, Gonzalez, Crawford, Greinke, and Ramirez.

    Same thing I always felt when you look at the Yankees. They become favorites because of the sheer payroll they have, but imagine if they ever efficiently spent the money they have...you would be looking at 130 win teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t327 View Post
    Getting Kershaw locked up is more nerve racking than anything else.
    Ironically the team I could see stealing him away is the Rangers. Obviously the Dodgers will give him a blank check, but he's from Texas and you never know how those things work on a player


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    Quote Originally Posted by lolPhillies View Post
    I would feel the same as an Eagles fan. Distressed, cheated, and violated. Tired of hearing the same empty promises, tired of being a laughing stock of the league, marching out superior talent with sub par results. I would probably flip into deep depression.
    I'd rather not. I'll just be optimistic.

  9. #159
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    The Dodgers have a very good team on paper and should win a lot of games. I just wonder, with all the stars on this team, if Mattingly can manage all the egos. Don't get me wrong, ego is a great thing for a professional athlete to have. I just think that with this amount of talent you need someone on the bench like Torre or LaRussa who have lead talent rich teams to championships. Titles are hard to win. Even if your team is loaded.

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    I'd be afraid of the big bad Giants winning 100 games for the next 5 years with 5 World Championships.

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    The Dodgers are a modern day Yankees, they're the Yankees of the NL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny642 View Post
    The Dodgers are a modern day Yankees, they're the Yankees of the NL
    The modern day Yankees? How much was their payroll on opening day last season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halladay View Post
    The modern day Yankees? How much was their payroll on opening day last season?
    We are talking about this season now arent we.. -__-
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    Quote Originally Posted by d79cheese View Post
    Ironically the team I could see stealing him away is the Rangers. Obviously the Dodgers will give him a blank check, but he's from Texas and you never know how those things work on a player
    He wouldn't leave the Dodgers unless the team ran out of money. No team would let a Kershaw like player leave, especially one that has ambitions of pursuing the post season for the next decade.
    Last edited by DodgerB24; 12-12-2012 at 06:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d79cheese View Post
    Ironically the team I could see stealing him away is the Rangers. Obviously the Dodgers will give him a blank check, but he's from Texas and you never know how those things work on a player
    I don't know about them being able to write him a blank cheque. By the time Kershaw hits free agency he could command 30 million per year. Without finding a way to get rid of some of those huge contracts I dont see how they could afford that. I know they are spending like gangbusters but even the Yankees had a limit before the well runs dry so to speak.

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