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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

2014 Quarry Unlimited - #29 Los Angeles Dodgers Part 1

I have done the Quarry Unlimited countdown and will have had different least favorite team each year.  I don't really know what that says about me, but it seems strange.   Last year's bottom team checks in today, but it's not because I like them more than I did.  It's because the #30 team finally decided to move to the only place hotter than Arizona...Hell.  But I will vent about them in a couple of days.  For now let's talk about the usual team on the bottom. 

The Dodgers did their usual thing:  spending a lot of money, winning the division, and then flopping in the playoffs.  I think the Dodgers are rapidly becoming the second favorite team of Cardinals fans.  For the second straight year, the Cardinals dispatched the Dodgers in the playoffs.  I guess that proves that Clayton Kershaw can't really do it all.  Maybe the MVP should have to play in more than 17% of his team's games.  But I don't want to get into a whole thing about that.  I'll just say Kershaw had a good year and move on. 


Total # of Dodgers in 2014 - 49

# of new Dodgers in 2014 - 23

Best score in 2014 - September 13 at Giants 17-0

Worst score in 2014 - September 17 at Rockies 16-2

Border color that worked best with this team - Blue

Border color that worked least with this team - Green

Position on last year's list - #30 = UP 1

Let's take a look at the first half of the 2014 Los Angeles Dodgers with the manager's card leading the way.




I'll be back tomorrow with Part 2.  As usual, your thoughts are always welcome and encouraged.

Thanx for reading.

1 comment:

night owl said...

I agree with your #30 team -- it'll be interesting to see if they end up there on my team ranking.

Of course you're very misguided putting the Dodgers at #29 but I do enjoy the Hanley card. And there's a couple players in there I had no idea played for the Dodgers.